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


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Time to call 'em as we see 'em.  That 3rd down play at the 11 was just terrible.  Rivers was way off on a throw to Wilkins, who clearly heard footsteps on Philip's de-cleater in front of the defender.

 

Rivers hasn't developed chemistry with a single player this season.  That play was a poor call to the wrong player and that's exactly the way it turned out.  Can't pretend I have all the answers but that play was ugly and field goals on the road will not do it.  

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Just now, Chrisaaron1023 said:

Lol because he's a backup no receiving RB.. and phil threw that route to him hahah had 4 better receivers on the field :jump:

It sucks because that would have at least been a first down, if not a TD. If you’re too scared to take a hit, let someone else take your spot

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Plenty of opportunity to win this game.  The defense has held the run mostly in check and the offense is moving the ball.  

 

Rivers simply has to start completing some passes.  Nobody's asking him to air it out running to the sideline.  Just make some 7-on-7 chucks and get it done in the red zone.  

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