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1 minute ago, HOF19 said:

Hey Colts at this exact moment it time you losing to …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….The Dolphins …………………………...…………………………….. NOT ACCEPTABLE *S !!!!!

UHHHH...the game just started...

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1 minute ago, Indy_Mike said:

No you misunderstood me, I meant just like they say it isn't a catch if you don't hang onto the ball when you hit the ground, in this case the ball came loose but never hit the ground, so technically it is an interception.

 

Ah, okay.  That makes more sense.  The reason I was confused is because that is not how they called it in the radio play by play.  They said it was ruled a "no catch, fumble, recovered by the Dolphins."  That's not even possible.  It had to be caught in order to be fumbled, and if it was caught in the end zone then it was a TD.  They didn't say that it never hit the ground and was ruled an interception.

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2 minutes ago, HOF19 said:

Hey Colts at this exact moment it time you losing to …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….The Dolphins …………………………...…………………………….. NOT ACCEPTABLE *S !!!!!


Did you sprain your MCL on that knee jerk?

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Ha ha ha 

 

 

I have zero idea what the Colts can do at this point. I didn’t like the Hoyer signing in August. I like it even less now. Miami is going to play the run and stop Mack all day and let Hoyer try to win 

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I like Hoyer enough, and I know they're not gonna put Kelly in, but we could probably use his mobility since we can't seem to get much of anything else going.

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Just now, Mr.Debonair said:

O-Line not getting the push 

Has anyone at all asked Frank why he felt the need to change o-like coaches? 
 

I mean seriously. That may have been his worst decision so far.

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It’s clear the team hasn’t learned from last year at KC. Playing the bad run team on the playoff and we tried to ram it down their throats without success. Same game plan dusted off today and they are stuffing our run game. Why didn’t they open up passing because you knew they would be game planning for a run heavy offense. I’m starting to question how good Reich really is and did he luck into some winning streaks last year. Not as impressed with him this year so far

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Just now, Jdubu said:

It’s clear the team hasn’t learned from last year at KC. Playing the bad run team on the playoff and we tried to ram it down their throats without success. Same game plan dusted off today and they are stuffing our run game. Why didn’t they open up passing because you knew they would be game planning for a run heavy offense. I’m starting to question how good Reich really is and did he luck into some winning streaks last year. Not as impressed with him this year so far

Hoyer. 

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Pains me to see even the dolphins moving the chains like it’s a practice session. C’mon colts let’s sort it out!

 

edit: maybe spoke a bit too soon lol

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1 minute ago, IndySouthsider said:

Jesus fricken christ.

 

Miami is the better team today. They definitely have the better QB

Good lord.  Calm down.    It's the first quarter 

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6 minutes ago, IndySouthsider said:

Ha ha ha 

 

 

I have zero idea what the Colts can do at this point. I didn’t like the Hoyer signing in August. I like it even less now. Miami is going to play the run and stop Mack all day and let Hoyer try to win 

Hmmmmmm. News flash.  Every team has been doing that all year even with Brissett in at qb. One thing is evident. We lack play makers on offence. Before the beginning of the season, people were saying we  had ethe best TE's in the league.  They have been invisible

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Wish Ballard and co. Would have had at

Just now, JCPatriot said:

I'm not a big fan of rushing 3 and dropping 8 on a 4th & 3.  4th & 15?  Okay.  But not 4th & 3.

Welcome to flus..... Playcalling isn't his strength, development is I guess

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3 minutes ago, IndySouthsider said:

Miami is the better team today.

 

It's a bit premature to be making statements like that.

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This team sounds checked out..... On radio anyway

Just now, JCPatriot said:

 

It's a bit premature to be making statements like that.

Not if you are talking about today up to this point....

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Love the Colts, but after the Houston game we have been playing like a 7-9,8-8 team. We HAVE to start faster 

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Playing tell, Taylor, etc. On d as much as we are, it's apparent getting pt for rooks is the main goal of the season, if we win, cool....lose, no biggie..... But trial by fire is being accomplished

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Again, the short pass out on the flat or just beyond the LOS is killing us.

They're doing a great job running on us as well.

 

hmm...our D isn't playing that well, lol.

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