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Running yards are pretty tough to come by so far. Williams is doing a good job of just getting across the line of scrimmage on most plays.

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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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1 minute ago, Aces101 said:

Quit running on first down nearly every set of downs!!  Play action deep post!!

It's coming

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1 minute ago, Shafty138 said:

I mean, Williams isn't much worse than our second string, and Houston is giving up 6.6 a carry I thought I heard?

 

Not to mention.... Have you followed our wr and tes lately? Lol

Well after tonight their YPC defense will be better.

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We're not really getting anything on the ground, and seem to be struggling to get any rhythm elsewhere....

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Just now, Wyldhorsefan said:

This game means so much for the Colts, but they act like they don't want it.

That's what you get so far? Weird.

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1 minute ago, MB-ColtsFan said:

Bogus holding call.  He was falling down when Kelly hooked him.  Oh well...

Again....

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