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    Default After the Jaguars loss.

    Is there anything positive we can take from this? We've already had 2 wake up call losses, and really the first was the only one.

    We have no defense what so ever. It's probably the worst any organized football has ever seen. It's just horrid.

    The offense right now is not what it really is. It's banged up and dis-jointed. It's not right. And with our defense, if the offense isn't producing, we're done.

    I guess I'm glad they decided to break down now instead of in January.

    Does anyone think that the Colts staff and owners are angry? I mean I guess does anyone think anything will be done? This is unacceptable.
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    Usually I try to remain positive about the Colts, but today's game was just horrid! We won't get very far come January.
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    Nope, nothing positive at all. This is simply a reality check, and a warning to those that keep getting their hopes up not to do it. They were warned.

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    i don't know what will be done but, the defense would stuggle against ohio state. this is not an acceptable group out there. this team is reliant on the passing attack to get the win everytime. you simply hope the defense does not get humilated every play. that is not a winning strategy. this style of going with seriously undersized defensive personel in hopes of getting a speed advantage has not worked. it needs to end after this season. END- not adjusted.

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    Default Re: After the Jaguars loss.

    Here's a positive:

    The Pats got shut out today by Miami.

    That is all.

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    Here's a positive:

    The Pats got shut out today by Miami.

    That is all.
    So we know Miami can hang a loss on us too?

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    Here's a positive:

    The Pats got shut out today by Miami.

    That is all.
    The Pats always lose in Miami. It's good for gambling purposes..Miami always covers the spread too.

    As a Pats fan, at least I can take something positive from it.

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    So nothing good comes from this game? I thought so. It's tough for me to find anything good from this, also.

    Pathetic, is all I will say.
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    So nothing good comes from this game? I thought so. It's tough for me to find anything good from this, also.

    Pathetic, is all I will say.
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    Damn.

    So, um how bad do you think the Bengals are going to kick our *** next Monday?

    I'll say 57-24.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Helmet View Post
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    So nothing good comes from this game? I thought so. It's tough for me to find anything good from this, also.

    Pathetic, is all I will say.
    Found one, at least this wasn't a playoff game.
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    Damn.

    So, um how bad do you think the Bengals are going to kick our *** next Monday?

    I'll say 57-24.
    You guys will win. Rudi Johnson is having an off year this year so I doubt he kills you guys on the ground.

    Not to mention, Cincinatti is a much better home team then road team. If you guys were going to their house, I'd say so..but the Colts are going to be angry I think they will blow the Bengals out like the Pats did earlier this year after a tough loss.

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    Default Re: After the Jaguars loss.

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    So nothing good comes from this game? I thought so. It's tough for me to find anything good from this, also.

    Pathetic, is all I will say.

    What about Marvin making his 1000th career catch? That was ONE positive thing. Heck that was the ONLY positive thing.
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    So nothing good comes from this game? I thought so. It's tough for me to find anything good from this, also.

    Pathetic, is all I will say.
    LOL - as a non-Colts fan I can say this. If I was a Colts fan I'd get blasted for getting a year's worth of solar power from one ray of sunshine.

    Change 2 plays and IMO there's a good chance you have a competitive game.

    Play 1 - Stokely catches the ball on the first Colts drive. You're up 7-0, offense has confidence and you're playing from ahead, where you want to be.

    Play 2 - Manning doesn't throw the INT with 2+ minutes left in the 1st. He doesn't do that and chances are you go into halftime either up 17-14 or down 14-13.

    I won't guarantee a win if those 2 plays happen differently, just that if they did, you go into halftime in the middle of a tight game where it's obvious neither team can stop the other and you have to outscore them - IOW, the kind of game you've been in all season. Even the big play by Jones-Drew to open the 2nd half doesn't take the starch out of your sails like it did - you were done after that play.
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