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Trevor Lawrence is really scared watching this game on his couch right now. 

Happy New Year, everyone!      We have reached the end of the regular season but not the end of football for your Indianapolis Colts. The 10-5 Colts will make the postseason i

I’m going to let these zebras have it all game, I’m close enough for them to hear me. 

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Nice.  Good way to capitalize  off turnover.

 

Keep foot on the gas D, Jags will be ready to tap out soon if they aren’t given any reason for confidence 

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Just now, Lancer1 said:

That's how we're probably gonna win this game - on the ground!

That’s how we should have won the first Jax game, the Ravens game, & the Steelers game.  Do that and we would be securing the #2 seed today.  Do it in the playoffs and we can get to and win the Super Bowl.  Taylor and our OLine are the key.

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5 minutes ago, Smoke317 said:

Ballard has built a heckuva team.  We could be looking at the best DT, LB, & OG in Indy Colts history.  Kenny Moore could even have an argument as our best ever nickelback. 


If Philip Rivers wins a super bowl for this team, I’d put him in the argument... 

 

Joking, sort of.

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1 minute ago, Smoke317 said:

That’s how we should have won the first Jax game, the Ravens game, & the Steelers game.  Do that and we would be securing the #2 seed today.  Do it in the playoffs and we can get to and win the Super Bowl.  Taylor and our OLine are the key.

We def need to pound our way there.. I don't wanna see Phillip in the shutgun very often

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1 minute ago, Smoke317 said:

That’s how we should have won the first Jax game, the Ravens game, & the Steelers game.  Do that and we would be securing the #2 seed today.  Do it in the playoffs and we can get to and win the Super Bowl.  Taylor and our OLine are the key.

JT wasn't ready at the beginning of the season when Mack went down, nor was our play calling.

 

JT has gotten better and better throughout the season, and now he is looking like a real stud.

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1 minute ago, w87r said:

Hopefully Taylor can set all time single game record (296) I believe.

I remember saying he reminded me of Eric Dickerson back in week 2 I believe and got laughed at by 2 different posters, well he is pulling a Dickerson today lmao 

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