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Colts @ Texans, December 5, 2021, 1:00 PM EST


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The Indianapolis Colts travel to Houston to face the Texans before their bye week. 

 

 

In the first game Houston-Colts game this year, JT averaged over 10 yards a carry. Expect to see more of that. 

 

No Colts players have been ruled out for this game. See Final Injury Report for more details on all injuries. 

 

Good Luck! Enjoy the game. :colts: 

 

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Tyrod Taylor can be dangerous if we let him run wild, but if we contain him in the pocket and make him try to beat us with his arm, it's doubtful that he has the weapons in his supporting cast to accomplish that. He's a journeyman on his 5th team for a reason, and all of those teams didn't have a Justin Herbert waiting in the wings.

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11 minutes ago, Lancer1 said:

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Tyrod Taylor can be dangerous if we let him run wild, but if we contain him in the pocket and make him try to beat us with his arm, it's doubtful that he has the weapons in his supporting cast to accomplish that. He's a journeyman on his 5th team for a reason, and all of those teams didn't have a Justin Herbert waiting in the wings.

 

There was Josh Allen in Buffalo and Baker Mayfield in Cleveland. 

 

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