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Need to tighten up, and need to send more than 4.....


He's going to eat us up all day if we keep being Charmin soft.


And Frank needs to keep being aggressive on O with the bigs. More Pittman please. And please use Doyle and MAC, especially MAC... No TE targets so far against their little DBs. And please, rush their edge..... 

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Just now, Happy2BeHere said:

Our D gave up a lot more then than we should have. Poor coverage on the past 2 plays of that series.

Our line is establishing some decent pressure. We need to see the DB's get a bit more press at the line to buy time, and we cannot break contain on the edge. We can absolutely play with this team! Go Colts!

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