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Just now, Indyfan4life said:

I think I’ll buy my first defensive player jersey ever. And it’ll be Leonard. 


I now have 2 Leonard jerseys. Solid investment as far as players that’ll be here for a while :thmup:

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I don’t care what Reich says, Milligan isn’t better than Wilson.  This is ridiculous!

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6 minutes ago, Shafty138 said:

Arians is always gonna go deep....  He'll get some, and lose some, like always....

 

'Got to risk it for the biscuit'

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Just now, Jdubu said:

I don’t care what Reich says, Milligan isn’t better than Wilson.  This is ridiculous!

Miligan Stinks

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Just now, Jdubu said:

I don’t care what Reich says, Milligan isn’t better than Wilson.  This is ridiculous!

There has to be something going on behind the scenes.  

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3 minutes ago, krunk said:

Drew Lock is going to be a good one i think

 

Teams/DC's have no tape on him yet.  He will go through ups and downs all rookie QB's endure.

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Just now, Jdubu said:

I don’t care what Reich says, Milligan isn’t better than Wilson.  This is ridiculous!

They must see something in him because he's in there.  I think the ship has sailed on Wilson.  Don't expect to see him back again.

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2 minutes ago, Happy2BeHere said:

Even with the slow start he still is the leader on that defense so when he doesn’t show up on the stats sheet like he usually does week in and week out he is still so valuable

Just being the best guy and a leader on your team doesn’t always qualify you for a league award. Now I believe he will make it if for no other reason is he now has league name recognition and was an All PTO last year but didn’t make the pro bowl, which was odd 

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Why does it seem like every time we get a big TD, our opponent immediately marches right down the field and scores?

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Just now, Mr.Debonair said:

So we just goin let them march 

I hate This zone

With their weapons I am not sure man is a good idea either. We really miss Moore.

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Just now, IndySouthsider said:

Zero 

 

this game plan is super confusing. It’s not even remotely challenging Jameis at all.

Hasn't Winston thrown 2 picks?

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1 minute ago, ColtsSouljah said:

that's an interesting spot

I agree.  No way the ball made it to the 1st down marker.

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Disappointing end to the first half for sure, but I also don’t think he got that last first down but regardless they probably would have gone for it on 4th and inches and likely would’ve got it 

Just now, Maniac said:

And they get the ball to start the second half...

 

They as in the Colts

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2 minutes ago, jvan1973 said:

Hasn't Winston thrown 2 picks?

So your plan is your best player to make those all day? No pressure there. Because that’s the only way you have stopped him. Doesn’t seem like a good plan to me but hey. Let’s see what happens.

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