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    Good thing the Bucs are so good at shooting themselves in the foot so often. Oh well, we're winning. Not that anyone'd know reading this thread.

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    The Lions from absolute irrelevance to their coach getting interviewed on MNF and a 4-0 start. Remember how it felt when we first got relevant again in the early 2000's? Awesome feeling.

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    Big sack by 93 to save 3 points!

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    Good thing the Bucs are so good at shooting themselves in the foot so often. Oh well, we're winning. Not that anyone'd know reading this thread.
    Pretty much. Just missing some balloons, streamers and invites for the pity party going on.

    Similar to when there would be a lineup with Dunleavy, Murphy and TJ Ford. Even if the Pacers were up by 10, the thread sounded like we were losing by a franchise record total.

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    The Lions from absolute irrelevance to their coach getting interviewed on MNF and a 4-0 start. Remember how it felt when we first got relevant again in the early 2000's? Awesome feeling.
    Lions weren't always irrelevant even when they were bad because well they were bad famously so. Plus they have the MNF game next week.

    And yes it was nice little did we know what it would end up being.

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    Watching Foster's leg was brutal. Thoughts with him. Showed a great attitude leaving the field. He's been solid this year since Houston as well. Let's go win this for him. Tough to see anybody have that happen to them let alone one of your own players.

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    1st half seemed like it lasted days.
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    Good thing the Bucs are so good at shooting themselves in the foot so often. Oh well, we're winning. Not that anyone'd know reading this thread.
    Probably because its the first half and considering yesterday where 4 games had major comebacks that lead to wins for the team not leading at halftime. No lead is safe.

    Putting that aside maybe the Colts need to play on national TV every week they showed more heart these past two weeks than they did with the first two games of the season.

    Of course the Bucs and Steelers aren't great either.

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    I'm not sure if Angerer's a really good tackler or everyone else is just really bad. Bit of both I guess.

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    They could very well convert this third down.

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    These penalties are out of hand. Wow.

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    Hahaha what is this soft *** defense

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    we're aware it's legal for the other team to throw the ball less than 10 yards right?

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    I just tuned in--saw the stats but how does Painter look? Lost a fumble I see, and most of his yardage came on that Garcon pass. Other than that, how is he looking?

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    The old joke says: If the prevent defense is so good why don't teams play it the entire game?

    Looks like the Colts took that seriously...
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    Even if Manning were healthy this team isn't going to win a championship with Caldwell as coach.

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    I just tuned in--saw the stats but how does Painter look? Lost a fumble I see, and most of his yardage came on that Garcon pass. Other than that, how is he looking?
    Woeful but better than Collins.

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    I just tuned in--saw the stats but how does Painter look? Lost a fumble I see, and most of his yardage came on that Garcon pass. Other than that, how is he looking?
    Not too bad really, the line hasn't been doing him any favors. Pass blocking was so bad on a few plays, not even Peyton could have made something out of them.

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    I just tuned in--saw the stats but how does Painter look? Lost a fumble I see, and most of his yardage came on that Garcon pass. Other than that, how is he looking?
    Meh, he's been decisive with his throws and had some nice throws on the opening drive but ever since Tampa's been sending the blitz over and over and the line's giving free rushers all the time. Better than Collins at least.

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    Not too bad really, the line hasn't been doing him any favors. Pass blocking was so bad on a few plays, not even Peyton could have made something out of them.
    That was my impression as well.

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    Phil B says Foster has a "dislocated ankle." Think it's located on the 35 yard line.

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    Learn from that Painter

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    Clark looks worthless without Manning out there. Wow.

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    That should have been a pick six. Terrible pass Painter. Terrible call on not running that too.

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    that's an AWFUL playcall

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