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Wow. i’m rather surprised by the negativity. we havent played well and we’re right in there in a hostile environment against a really good team.   We’re in great shape for the 2nd half.

Gonna ignore the tackle by the helmet on the pick? #playersafety

To my eyes, neither of the last two holding calls on Kelly and Glowinski were legit. Kelly just fell on the DL who was going diving. Glowinski barely touched on the call against him.

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Hi, all.  This is my first post,  but I've been a Colts fan for 50+ years!  Lots of ups & downs, but these guys are tough, never out of a game.  I've watched so many games that just * me off at they played.  Eyes on the prize,  this team is comimg on and built the right way.  A couple more good drafts and we're well positioned.  This from a guy who followed Unitas!  Go Colts!

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