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Believe in Rivers  Make a believer out of the doubters!!!!

Funny how the NFL won't reschedule our game.   They've bent over backwards to help the Ravens and Titans, even though the Titans were caught violating protocols. But when it impacts (ce

Well the Colts are screwed. Thats a wrap. The titans are the best team in the NFL, they're going to smoke us.    Frank should forfeit this game.    The season is over too.   

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6 hours ago, coming on strong said:

taylor should be a huge concern because who he is in contact with , other running backs and QB offensive line men .    taylor practiced friday so the whole team is in danger now . 

What's the worse (football wise) that can happen? We lose.  We could be at 100% full strength and lose any given game.  Perhaps this will wake guys up to finish the season with more care. Trust me, other teams will have their day to be ravaged.  It's also a lesson to these young guys that every game require focus and care, incl. against the worst team on your schedule. Week 17 is no joke like game 1.  If we lose, we have to win at least 3 of the final games, maybe 4.  If we are a SB threat, that should be doable if we're for real.  And TN isn't at full strength and maybe a guy like Pinter will show his mettle.  

 

PS: I am glad I have Heins on my fantasy teams. I got him off waivers or in the draft on all my teams so it's not bad for me. 

 

Brian

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8 hours ago, Jared Cisneros said:

I got a $100 bonus on fanduel sportsbook where I can bet it like bonus cash to turn it into real cash. Put the whole thing on the Titans +3 a few minutes ago. This game is going to be the worst of the year. I wouldn't even mind losing that bet in order to get a win Sunday.

Yeah I'm picking against colts too after backing them previous 2 weeks.

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8 hours ago, Chloe6124 said:

Or Jacoby goes in and wins the SB.

 

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That is about the funniest darn thing I have heard in years...absolutely delusional.

Brissett is gone after this year and nobody wants him...he probably does not end up on a NFL roster next year.

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1 hour ago, Introspect said:

We are 19-4 against the Titans. Not a wild call.

 

True. The Colts have somehow owned the Titans regardless of who's driving the ship. Those of us in Nashville wonder when the day of losses to the horseshoe will end, but so far it hasn't yet.

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I dont know which guy we will call up but i assume we will call at least one of the backup RB. Darius Anderson kind off reminds me of Mack. Darius Jackson on the other hand is a big boy bruiser type at 6 ft 240. Hes got that Derrick Henry type body frame. Be interesting to see which one we call.

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There is a level between acting like nothing is wrong and the Colts will roll and thinking the world is going to end if the Colts lose tomorrow.  I am there.  I am concerned but I am not going to freak out about it.  The Colts still have some good players and Rivers has been historically good vs the Titans, he’s also very good in November and December, and the Colts are still at home which should help.  I won’t lie I expect the Titans to win because of all the guys out but I am not going to be blown away if the Colts win.  

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17 hours ago, DontEverGiveUp said:

You forgot to mention we also don't have our RB1 in Mack, and our WR2 in Campbell.

we havent had them since game 1 and 2 i dont really count them because we won every game without them .cambell left game two early so they had zero effect on every win .  we still have our main wrs from the last 9 games . taylor will hurt slightly

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5 hours ago, GoColts8818 said:

There is a level between acting like nothing is wrong and the Colts will roll and thinking the world is going to end if the Colts lose tomorrow.  I am there.  I am concerned but I am not going to freak out about it.  The Colts still have some good players and Rivers has been historically good vs the Titans, he’s also very good in November and December, and the Colts are still at home which should help.  I won’t lie I expect the Titans to win because of all the guys out but I am not going to be blown away if the Colts win.  

if the titans were healthy i would be way more doom and gloom . the titans lost players for the year and are really banged up just as much as us .

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10 hours ago, CanuckColt said:

That is about the funniest darn thing I have heard in years...absolutely delusional.

Brissett is gone after this year and nobody wants him...he probably does not end up on a NFL roster next year.

Not a huge fan of Jacoby's upside but he definitely will be on an NFL roster, hell he is better than 5 QB's starting this week(Lutton,Finley,RG 3, Fitzmagic and Flacco) and better than over 20 sitting #2....that being said he will obviously get paid a lot less and have to accept an Andy Dalton type deal....he is a game manager...always has been always will be...why he has lowest int % all time in NFL history yet wont go down field to save his life......

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