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Week 17 Jaguars @Colts, Jan. 3, 2021, 4:25 EST


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1 minute ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

We look like 95 Nebraska right now, just running all over them.

Loved him..Phillips was a monster..rip.

1 minute ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

We look like 95 Nebraska right now, just running all over them.

Loved him..Phillips was a monster..rip.

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Love the way we are running the ball this week and last few weeks.

 

Really needs to be the focal point of our offense going forward. 

 

Of course, its easier to be methodical with running the ball when playing from ahead

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1 minute ago, NewColtsFan said:

I’d play Taylor a half...   as soon as we have this, I’d play Wilkins.   Save Taylor and Hines as much as possible for the playoffs.   

 

Maybe . . . I worry about pulling him because we want to make sure we have this game in hand before we start taking our best players out.

 

No playoffs if we don't win.

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13 minutes ago, Myles said:

Marino was still a much better QB

Debatable.  Marino got a lot of hype and was great but he had a MUCH better organization and receivers and such.Their W-L records are similar, yet their teams were very different.   Philip, with the exception of 3-5 years in their heyday, was working with MUCH less.

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1 minute ago, SR711 said:

Love the way we are running the ball this week and last few weeks.

 

Really needs to be the focal point of our offense going forward. 

 

Of course, its easier to be methodical with running the ball when playing from ahead

I think that was the plan for this season.  Unfortunately Mack went down in the first quarter of the first game, and it threw us off track.  But now JTT has settled in and is showing how great he can be.

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