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Okay guys, now that the schedule is out, let’s get the win/loss predictions going. Mine is below. 
 

 

Colts at Jaguars: Sept 13 @ 1 PM ET W

Colts vs Vikings: Sept 20 @ 1 PM ET L

Colts vs Jets: Sept 27 @ 1 PM ET W

Colts at Bears: Oct 4 @ 1 PM ET W

Colts at Browns: Oct 11 @ 4:25 ET W

Colts vs Bengals: Oct 18 @ 1 PM ET W

BYE WEEK

Colts at Lions: Nov 1 @ 1 PM ET W

Colts vs Ravens: Nov 8 @ 1 PM ET L

Colts at Titans: Nov 12 @ 8:20 PM ET L

Colts vs Packers: Nov 22 @ 1 PM ET L

Colts vs Titans: Nov 29 @ 1 PM ET W

Colts at Texans: Dec 6 @ 1 PM ET L

Colts at Raiders: Dec 13 @ 4:05 PM ET W

Colts vs Texans: Dec 19 or 20 TBD W

Colts at Steelers: Dec 27 @ 1 PM ET W

Colts vs Jaguars: Jan 3 @ 1 PM ET W

 

Season Prediction 11-5

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I'm honestly gonna say like 13-3 or 12-4 I mean unless Rivers is just completely shot and sucks we should be pretty dang good. we have the advantage of playing a bunch of pretty terrible teams and of the better teams we play a few im not even sure they will be good like the Pack and Pitt. the only teams we play that I see as seriously being tough is Baltimore and Minnesota 

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Week 1 @ Jaguars L

Week 2 Vikings W

Week 3 Jets L

Week 4 @ Bears W

Week 5 @ Browns W

Week 6 Bengals L

Week 7. Bye 

Week 8.@ Lions W

Week 9 Ravens W

Week 10 @Titans L

Week 11 Packers W

Week 12 Titans W

Week 13 @ Texans W

Week 14 @ Raiders W

Week 15 Texans L

Week 16 @ Steelers L

Week 17 Jaguars W

 

10 - 6

 

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@Jags W 

Vikings W

Jets W 

@Bears L 

@Browns L 

Bengals W 

Bye 

@Lions W 

Ravens W 

@Titans L

Packers W 

Titans W 

@ Texans W

@ Raiders W 

Texans W 

@ Steelers L 

Jaguars W 

 

There is several games that truly are a “any given Sunday” type game. I’m predicting 12-4.
 

Here’s to hoping Rivers will be better than Jacoby like I think he will and also to hopefully not seeing Reich abandon the run when it’s clicking(Steelers game last year). 

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Colts at Jaguars: Sept 13 @ 1 PM ET Win 27-14

Colts vs Vikings: Sept 20 @ 1 PM ET Win 24-23

Colts vs Jets: Sept 27 @ 1 PM ET Win 30-20

Colts at Bears: Oct 4 @ 1 PM ET Win 22-13

Colts at Browns: Oct 11 @ 4:25 ET Win 24-19

Colts vs Bengals: Oct 18 @ 1 PM ET Win 29-17

BYE WEEK

Colts at Lions: Nov 1 @ 1 PM ET Win 24-21

Colts vs Ravens: Nov 8 @ 1 PM ET Loss 17-30

Colts at Titans: Nov 12 @ 8:20 PM ET Loss 16-20

Colts vs Packers: Nov 22 @ 1 PM ET Win 24-23

Colts vs Titans: Nov 29 @ 1 PM ET Loss 13-23

Colts at Texans: Dec 6 @ 1 PM ET Loss 20-23

Colts at Raiders: Dec 13 @ 4:05 PM ET Win 24-17

Colts vs Texans: Dec 19 or 20 TBD Win 13-10

Colts at Steelers: Dec 27 @ 1 PM ET Loss 17-24

Colts vs Jaguars: Jan 3 @ 1 PM ET Win 21-18

 

11-5

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1 hour ago, John Hammonds said:

Colts at Jaguars: Sept 13 @ 1 PM ET Win 27-14

Colts vs Vikings: Sept 20 @ 1 PM ET Win 24-23

Colts vs Jets: Sept 27 @ 1 PM ET Win 30-20

Colts at Bears: Oct 4 @ 1 PM ET Win 22-13

Colts at Browns: Oct 11 @ 4:25 ET Win 24-19

Colts vs Bengals: Oct 18 @ 1 PM ET Win 29-17

BYE WEEK

Colts at Lions: Nov 1 @ 1 PM ET Win 24-21

Colts vs Ravens: Nov 8 @ 1 PM ET Loss 17-30

Colts at Titans: Nov 12 @ 8:20 PM ET Loss 16-20

Colts vs Packers: Nov 22 @ 1 PM ET Win 24-23

Colts vs Titans: Nov 29 @ 1 PM ET Loss 13-23

Colts at Texans: Dec 6 @ 1 PM ET Loss 20-23

Colts at Raiders: Dec 13 @ 4:05 PM ET Win 24-17

Colts vs Texans: Dec 19 or 20 TBD Win 13-10

Colts at Steelers: Dec 27 @ 1 PM ET Loss 17-24

Colts vs Jaguars: Jan 3 @ 1 PM ET Win 21-18

 

11-5

I'm with you. I think as long as Rivers is more of a shade of his usual self and not the turnover machine he was last season, 7-0 with that schedule actually seems possible to start the season. Vikings are our first major roadblock in theory, but they lost their top wideout and may be starting two rookie CBs. I like our chances at home. Then the next major challenge is the Bear away IMO. Bear are heading in the right direction. But they still have a glaring question mark at QB. I'm just going to optimistically but the odds in our favor.

 

The only change I would make is having us beat the Titans when at home and having us lose to the Packers. Still going 11-5. Here's to high hopes!

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Last year we all had the Colts losing at K.C.  and winning at home vs the raiders and dolphins.  Realistically this year barring major injuries they should be 5-1 going into the bye.  10-6 should win the division.   This year coming up you know they will lose a game they should win and win a game they should lose  ( hopefully at Pitt ) 

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I am not good at picking individual games, but if this team can start protecting the home turf, going 6-2, 7-1 and not losing to the weaker teams on the road...

Then the Colts should win 10 or more per season for years to come!

If not, there is going to be some heat come down on this front office and coaching staff very very soon.

Ballard seems to have put together some outstanding talent on this squad, now it's got to start showing up in conference championships and playoff wins.

 

I like 10-6 this year and home playoff win.:colts:

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Week 1 @ Jaguars W

Week 2 Vikings W

Week 3 Jets W

Week 4 @ Bears L

Week 5 @ Browns W

Week 6 Bengals W

Week 7. Bye 

Week 8.@ Lions W

Week 9 Ravens L

Week 10 @Titans L

Week 11 Packers W

Week 12 Titans W

Week 13 @ Texans L

Week 14 @ Raiders W

Week 15 Texans W

Week 16 @ Steelers L

Week 17 Jaguars W

 

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