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Not wishing to steal @LucasOilStadium's thunder but as we're only a hour away from kick off, thought I best get the topic open at least. 

 

Bit of a crunch game here, need a W to get the season back on track. Losing this, especially a division game, and I think we're out the wildcard race and needing to take the division. 

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We've heard alot of talk this week, cant believe it's only been a week.  Let's see it on the field.  This is a huge game!  Get us back on track.

 

Co Colts!  

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Good to have Jacoby back under center today. This is a big game today to keep us in the divisional race.

 

Looking forward to a great game today and of course a win.

 

GOOOOO Colts !!!

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1 minute ago, HungarianColtsFan said:

GOOOOOOOOOOOOOo COOOOOOOOOOOOLTS!!!

 

Important showdown vs. the Jags.

 

 

Is @LucasOilStadium IRed?

 

Next man up..

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Arriving late to the party.  Thanks for starting us off, LOS.

 

First of two in a row MUST games for us.  Will be tough without TY.

Go COLTS!  All day.  Every day.  :coltshelmet:

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Nice.  Bend don't break D.

Time to get a score on O.  Get in front early and keep the pressure on.  We can win if we can get a 7 pt lead.  Not so confident playing from behind today.

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This game already has a terrible feel to it...this is a low rent officiating crew, on the job training for these bozos!

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2 minutes ago, mahagga73 said:

Braden Smith is godawful. 

The right side hasn't played well in the last 2-3 games.  It is a worry.

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Twists and stunts wreak havic on our O line (Smith and Glow) pass pro...  that and blanketing receivers.

 

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Just now, ColtsBlueFL said:

Twists and stunts wreak havic on our O line pass pro...  that and blanketing receivers.

 

Chester was open quick

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2 minutes ago, runthepost said:

Josh Allen is a rookie ladies and gentlemen :hairout: 

 

Jags really lucked out when he dropped.

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I never thought I'd say Luck helped make an OL look good by going through progressions quickly....although Smith just got smoked that play

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Just now, Shafty138 said:

I never thought I'd say Luck helped make an OL look good by going through progressions quickly....

 

Yet here we are...

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I wish I could be a fly on the wall in some of Ballard's meetings re roster decisions.... I wonder sometimes how he sees the long term plan playing out

Our secondary is so raw.....

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That's what it looks like when you can lead receivers with a throw tho.... I remember when our QB could do that.....

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