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6 minutes ago, csmopar said:

Fisher sucks...

In other words... he’ll be on IR again come Tuesday 

Fisher i dont think is still close to 100%, but id rather him out there than Davenport or some other scrub! Hes getting beat quite a bit, but as a veteran, he should still be very helpful towards the end of the year!

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1 minute ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

Leonard with another pick, people saying he stinks in pass coverage is comical. I credit that 7 to Leonard. 

It's not really "people" saying that, though, it's the numbers and companies like PFF who watch every play. 

 

To be fair to Darius, I don't think he's been great this season, but he's still turning the ball over almost every game, so it shows his ability and importance. 

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Just now, Les Poulains said:

It's not really "people" saying that, though, it's the numbers and companies like PFF who watch every play. 

 

To be fair to Darius, I don't think he's been great this season, but he's still turning the ball over almost every game, so it shows his ability and importance. 

4 straight games he has cause a TO.

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