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7 minutes ago, Valpo2004 said:

Campbell was also on my fantasy team.  So I lost Mack last week and now I lost Campbell.

You're forbidden from having any more Colts players on your fantasy team. We just can't handle it anymore.

 

3 minutes ago, Fisticuffs111 said:

Our tosses rarely work although it looked like JT missed the cut

It looked like 86 couldn't maintain his block to me.

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Both teams are looking to bounce back and avoid going 0-2. The Colts will play without their dynamic running back Marlon Mack who will miss the year with injury. How do the Colts replace his productio

That kinda talk is not allowed here

7 minutes ago, Lancer1 said:

I like how we're moving the ball, but we did that to start last weekend too.

True, but then we lost Mack and went away from the run game.  Looks like the run game is working well today, so hopefully we don't miss Campbell as much as we did Mack last week.  We hope...

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Just now, Shive said:

You're forbidden from having any more Colts players on your fantasy team. We just can't handle it anymore.

 

It looked like 86 couldn't maintain his block to me.

 

I should avoid it as they all seem to get hurt.  And that isn't limited to this year either.

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