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Old 10-13-2010, 02:29 PM   #61
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Yeah we suck so bad that it will confuse Manning... OK! Keep dreaming!

35/17 Colts
But lets be honest 44, you also picked Phi and GB to win easily right? Just saying
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Old 10-13-2010, 03:19 PM   #62
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Old 10-13-2010, 03:59 PM   #63
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Ol' Burgundy and Gold is giving up about 400 yards per game, and the Colts are known for their devastating offensive attacks on the field and will be putting points on the board.

Bottom line, our offense has to answer this week, because the D won't be able to win it by itself. And tho' the D can't win this game by itself, the Indy O is not what it's been in years past; it hasn't found a rythym so far this season, which is a good thing ... unless they find it with us.

I'm pretty sure the first few opening drives will tell the tale - if we come out strong, or at least answer Manning, we have a legit shot at winning it; if we come out like a heap or fail to respond to Indy points with our own, it will be a long game and we lose unless the Football Gods are still feeling benevolent towards us.

That said, I have a good feeling about this game and the Colts have only managed to absolutely demolish exactly one team so far this season.

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Old 10-13-2010, 04:11 PM   #64
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You guys really think the Skins have a shot of scoring more than 2 touchdowns?t
Yes. The Colts are NOT firing on all cylinders. Neither their O nor their D is like last year's. Eli and the G-Men absolutely choked on both sides of the ball in Week 2, it's the only reason the score was so lopsided.

They are 3-2 just like us, with some close games just like us. The Colts can be beaten if the 'Skins respond offensively.
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Old 10-13-2010, 05:06 PM   #65
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Peyton will get the Jim Kelly treatment. I guarantee it.
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Old 10-13-2010, 05:30 PM   #66
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But lets be honest 44, you also picked Phi and GB to win easily right? Just saying
Cant argue this one. I did pick us to score 17 in Phill. I was half right. I think if Vick was in I would have been all right.

As far as GB is concerned, Yeah I blew that one completely. Our D really surprised me.

Lets hope Im wrong this week as well.
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Old 10-13-2010, 05:33 PM   #67
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Just bought my tickets on Stubhub. Can't wait for this game.
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Old 10-13-2010, 07:28 PM   #68
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If the Colts were a little healthier, I would worry about this game but they are badly beaten up, so there is no reason we shouldn't be able to take this game. They got beat by the damn Jags people. Besides, due to the good fortune/luck of our opponents key players dropping game after game, I'm beginning to think we may be able to slide into the playoffs.
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Old 10-13-2010, 07:42 PM   #69
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Anytime we play the Colts people should be worried. The offense will have to play world class offense for us to win this game. We have to run the ball all 4 qts. If they stack the line and blitz you take advantage and slip screen them to hell. It's about time we introduce audibles to this offense too. If we do all of this successfully we win, if not it will be an easy 27-13 Colts victory.
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If the Colts were a little healthier, I would worry about this game but they are badly beaten up, so there is no reason we shouldn't be able to take this game. They got beat by the damn Jags people. Besides, due to the good fortune/luck of our opponents key players dropping game after game, I'm beginning to think we may be able to slide into the playoffs.
The Jags have always played the Colts tough, although they usually lost the games in recent memory.
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Cant argue this one. I did pick us to score 17 in Phill. I was half right. I think if Vick was in I would have been all right.

As far as GB is concerned, Yeah I blew that one completely. Our D really surprised me.

Lets hope Im wrong this week as well.
i hear ya, and I kinda see the colts scoring around 24 or so.. I just hope we win lol who cares on the score
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Old 10-13-2010, 11:40 PM   #72
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I don't know, this one could go either way (like most of our games). The Texans pass D is a hair worse than ours and they don't seem to create turnovers as much as we do, much less keep people out of their end-zone. But yet they managed to beat a pretty healthy Colts team in week one. Yeah it was a division game and the first game of the season, but most years it's not a surprise for the Colts to go unbeaten until like past week 10 and shit. I find it interesting that both of their losses have come against divisional opponents, and I'm guessing Kyle S. knows their defensive weaknesses just as well as anyone. Execute and take care of the baby and I think we'll be fine, regardless if Peyton has a big day or not. Play poor in any facet of the game and you can chalk it up as a big fat loss. With all said, I say an even match-up deep into the 4th quarter, Banks punt return to set up a Gano FG decides game winner.

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I don't know, this one could go either way (like most of our games). The Texans pass D is a hair worse than ours and they don't seem to create turnovers as much as we do, much less keep people out of their end-zone. But yet they managed to beat a pretty healthy Colts team in week one. Yeah it was a division game and the first game of the season, but most years it's not a surprise for the Colts to go unbeaten until like past week 10 and shit. I find it interesting that both of their losses have come against divisional opponents, and I'm guessing Kyle S. knows their defensive weaknesses just as well as anyone. Execute and take care of the baby and I think we'll be fine, regardless if Peyton has a big day or not. Play poor in any facet of the game and you can chalk it up as a big fat loss. With all said, I say an even match-up deep into the 4th quarter, Banks punt return to set up a Gano FG decides game winner.

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Old 10-14-2010, 10:18 AM   #74
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What about the 8:00 start do yal think this is good or bad?
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