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Wow! This thread got more than 2000 replies and 53 pages so far. 

Your Indianapolis Colts (6-3) started the second half of their season with a bang last week, beating their division rivals Tennessee Titans 34-17. They look to show that this was not a fluke when they

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5 minutes ago, John Waylon said:

The only defense he considers elite is one that never loses any downs. Even when you point out a defense doesn’t win every single down that’s just “not elite”. 

He has an obsession of some kind. :) 

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2 minutes ago, Holden89 said:

Well, it was off a D-linemen's hand. I suppose it can be argued that it's on Rivers, but I don't think I'd agree.

Yeah, I get that, but with this being a game day thread, it must be somebody's fault!

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