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We're at the game. Just got Coach Reich and Quenton Nelson autographs on my flag!   Go COLTS

the greatness this team would be with Luck makes me so sad... 

Refs actually found a way to screw both teams on one review.  Impressive.  

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3 minutes ago, Wyldhorsefan said:

Jacoby isn't going anywhere. He got an extension, and If Frank isn't going to let Adam go after all the misses he has this year, they won't go get another QB especially with all the injuries on the offense, they will say all the injuries to key players  is the direct result of Jacoby's inconsistencies.

If you're going to make that criticism, it should be directed at Ballard. 

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Just now, Shafty138 said:

Dunno.... And who said frank can't call plays anymore?  That trick looked nice

 

It was a great call. And excellent execution by JB. That fake pitch was pretty sick. Nice job to square up and ensure a quick accurate throw to get Pascal up field. 

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