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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

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Just now, Lancer1 said:

Tie game in Houston! At some point,1 of these freaky game deciding flukes has to bounce the Texans' way, doesn't it?

If I say yes will that make it happen??

 

I say yes.

 

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1 minute ago, #12. said:

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Man, after the past two weeks, it doesn't feel like we deserve a division.  lol

Don't  worry, after that competed bomb by Tannehill, we probably won't get it.

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While the home game would have been nice, I would barely want to play Baltimore more than Buffalo right now anyways. And the reality is you typically have to go through a team like this on your way to the championship anyways, I guess we're just doing it right away

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