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11 minutes ago, Indy_Mike said:

Injured or just wanting to avoid having fans scream his name after halftime?

More like JB and Hoyer are healthy.. . Why have 3 active QBs...

Will be nice to see how we handle Henry.

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3 minutes ago, Shafty138 said:

Biggest issue that brings is in the return game.... Rogers is solid at not fumbling fair catches.... Wonder who takes over, Dulin?

I think that's who've they've been grooming?

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Henry's hair looks like someone pinched a loaf on his helmet....  Adds a nice extra thing to tackle him by....

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Just now, MB-ColtsFan said:

Looks like we may be saying it a lot today.

He's a tight end for our opponent, so likely, yes

Tannehill will end up looking like Brady today is my worst fear....lol

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Marcus Hunt..... Is a big rascal on that defensive line...... Wow.

Just now, ColtsBlueFL said:

last time Titans were 1 of 10 on 3rd down. they have two 3rd down conversions already. :(

This providing proof, that this is not last time....

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Just now, LuckyHorseShoe§ said:

Ugly defensive series. We have to be better than yet.

Is today the offense output with shoddy defense? We can’t seem to put together an all 3 phase game yet this year, with the exception of maybe the Chiefs game??

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Just now, Jdubu said:

Is today the offense output with shoddy defense? We can’t seem to put together an all 3 phase game yet this year, with the exception of maybe the Chiefs game??

Good lord I hope not

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5 minutes ago, Shafty138 said:

He's a tight end for our opponent, so likely, yes

Tannehill will end up looking like Brady today is my worst fear....lol

Tannehill has played us tough over his career as I recall. 

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1 minute ago, Colts_Fan12 said:

now JB will  have to move the ball more than 20 yards this drive 

If he can't, maybe they get sudfeld next year...lol

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Nice strike to Pascal.  Brisset has the physical skills, and when his first read is open, he looks pretty great

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