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Colts @ Titans, Nov. 12, 2020, 8:20pm EST


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Just now, Moosejawcolt said:

People r fooling themselves if they think this team is going any where.  

honestly losing this game and the next 3 would be great in the long run if the colts can still get a top ten pick trade back like they did in 2018 .   colts are a franchise QB and 2 drafts away from being great . one draft away if they get a top ten pick this year .

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3 minutes ago, GoColts8818 said:

Overall offense looked good outside the red zone.  That’s still a problem.


Special teams looked good minus one return.


Defense has been disappointing allowing scores on three of four Titans drives and should have been four had the Titans WR not dropped a TD.  

Still don't understand why we aren't setting up MAC in the red zone.

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1 minute ago, chickenMan said:

We can definitely still go places this season...it’s just a question of whether or not we can fix the glaring problems we still have. If we can fix them, we can be competitive against any team

Can't fix the coach.  He passed up 3 points again in the 1st. qtr.  We can still win this though.  Let's hope he makes some adjustments at the half.  Can't have a three and out to the start the half.  

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