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^^ You in your Colts blue & white, taking a break from the game.   Good luck in the game!    

Your Indianapolis Colts play the Tennessee Titans in an intra-division game that both teams want to win to remain atop the division. Although both teams have a 7-3 record, the Colts beat the Titans 34

^Closest thing to a ring ceremony the Titans are ever going to attend. 

1 minute ago, CobraKai344 said:

Offense falling flat now.  Pittman has to catch thet ball regardless of its a little behind.  Let’s just hope titans don’t go down and score bc then we will be in trouble 

That ball was garbage, and he was covered very well.....

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Just now, Caffrey said:

At about 5:30 of the 2nd quarter, I just Q. Nelson get schooled Titan DT Tart, on 1st and 10, forcing Rivers to throw a hurried incomplete pass.  They said Tart just got activated off the practice squad.  C'mon man, focus.

Q is on a complete island now..... With Clark and Pinter flanking him, and has a bad back.....you don't win every snap.

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Too many people sick or out, going to make Rivers try to scramble with a hurt toe.  

 

This is just bad.  I felt we were going to get crushed today and it's now looking that way.

 

Not having Buckner or our O line is just awful.

 

Also why are the Titans even trying to pass?  He gets like 7 yards per run average, just run run run run TD WIN.

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