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Colts vs Jets Game Day Thread, September 27, 2020 4:05p.m. ET


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The winless Jets (0-2) visit the Indianapolis Colts (1-1) who are coming off a dominating win against the Minnesota Vikings. The Colts are looking to build on momentum from that victory with another win against a team in the Jets that look even worse than the Vikings. (Could a team look worse? Lol)  The Colts will be going without CB Rock Ya-Sin and LB Matthew Adams and Jack Doyle is questionable. The Jets will be without Jamison Crowder, one of their better weapons on offense as well as fellow WR Breshad Perriman, DB Ashtyn Davis, OL George Fant, and DB Quincy Wilson. A few other Jets players are questionable.

 

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Did you know? The Jets have 9 former Colts on their active roster and two more on their practice squad. That is about a sixth of their team! Can you name some of the former Colts (besides Quincy Wilson)?

 

Good luck! Enjoy your football Sunday.  :colts:

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Looking forward to seeing the boys ger another victory tonight, just hope they don't think it will be too easy and take their foot off the gas. 

I was in New York when they beat us in 2018 in what was a high scoring but overall disappointing day, that is in the padt, so lets get the win today. 

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28 minutes ago, holeymoley99 said:

Who did we add to roster to fill Adams spot ? I never read the add

Yeah I didnt either.

 

Maybe they are waiting till PS protections drop oft and are looking at some one that is protected right now.?

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