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Your Indianapolis Colts look to extend their win streak when they travel to Chicago to play the undefeated Bears on Sunday afternoon. The Colts have a 2-1 record after back to back wins against the Vi

They’ll never suspect it... 

Perhaps it is because Chicago's defense is pretty good. 

2 minutes ago, Moosejawcolt said:

Honestly, I am not sure it is play calling. Our wrs dont scare them. They cant get seperation. Similar to last year and Rivers is not on today. Pagano is bringing it. If Pittman and Campbell were playing, it could b a different game. Remember, our #2 receiver is Pascal. He is a #4 at best

I think it's play calling an personnel choice. Some of the WR route calls are head scratcher. Where's the sail routes that Mo was killing on last week. Haven't seen them run that once. Pascal running over a congested seam in the EZ isn't smart either. 

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1 minute ago, EastStreet said:

 That last little juke around the defender by TY took the timing away.


Is he running a route or playing street ball? Would love to know from QB and WR vantage point. If you’re that open, come back in same line, better than moving laterally. 

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Just now, SteelCityColt said:

Both D’s are bringing it today. A win would be pretty decent, regardless if it’s ugly 

Yup. An really, anyone that didn't expect a somewhat ugly game on the road to Soldier Field, well...... probably need to check their temperature....

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