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3 minutes ago, GoColts8818 said:

I will say if they get a TD here credit to Frank tonight because they will have more points from being aggressive than they would have from taking the points but they have to get the TD.

Yeah. I’m cool with Frank being aggressive when we’re pushing Tenn like we are now, but when we’re struggling to get it going, don’t do it

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2 minutes ago, EastStreet said:

Welp, the O is playing a lot better than the D so far, and the OL isn't playing all that well.

 

Frank, please mix up the plays better. and stop over rotating the RBs..

 

let's stop with all the penalties that killed us in the 1H.

 

After that 1H back shoulder route, I'm all in on the Harris hype train. He ran that route much much better than Johnson did last week.

Dont u think there is something wrong with this O line?

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2 minutes ago, Moosejawcolt said:

Frank is not the problem...not even close

Frank is not the problem...not even close

some of the play calling and mix is bad. Hines running up the gut. Wilkins running goal line. No play action on the goal line. 

 

Sorry, he's a big part of the problem. Even the announcers just called it out as I'm typing.

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