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Week 16: Colts @ Steelers, 12/27/20 at 1:00PM EST


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Sorry, but Eberflus and his D should be downright embarrassed for some of crap situations they put this team in. 

 

With less than 10 min left in the 3rd quarter, they were staked to a 17 point lead.

 

With pretty full 4th quarter, they have allowed this to be 3 point game.

 

Keep in mind teams like Bengals were able to play better than what Colts D has shown thus 2nd half.

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This is all on the team. If you can’t score more than three points in a half you don’t deserve the win. It’s hurt as badly all day we’ve lost both of our tackles but we have to be more efficient throwing the ball and we have to be more efficient running routes

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Just now, indyagent17 said:

This is all on the team. If you can’t score more than three points in a half you don’t deserve the win. It’s hurt as badly all day we’ve lost both of our tackles but we have to be more efficient throwing the ball and we have to be more efficient running routes

Were down our top FOUR OT now.....damn.

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