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    Still on pace for 2-14.

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    One thing that I noticed after re-watching the 4th quarter, Reggie was abusing them so badly that after he caught the TD, everyone, and I mean EVERYONE on the Packers thought they were going to Wayne on the 2 point conversion. Reggie was in their domes man.

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    That was a cool shot of the locker room.

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    I hope they take a video of the Colts players handing the game ball to Coach Pagano

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    I hope they take a video of the Colts players handing the game ball to Coach Pagano
    Well, they can't really "hand" it to him. He's in isolation in a clean room. I get your meaning though.

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    The play where Luck had Clay Matthews on his throwing arm and shakes him off like he is a flea was amazing. Also, if I have to hear any more bull **** about Luck's arm strength I am going to murder a baby seal. Luck's arm was so good today that he over threw Donnie Avery by 6 inches on a cross field throw from the 50 yard line that ball probably went 70 yards in the air. And no one with "bad arm strength" could make the throws on the run Luck was making today.

    The best QB on the field today was the rook from Stanford. No doubt.

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    Amazing game by Luck, Wayne, Freeney, Redding, Mathis, Vaughn, and the whole team. Fantastic.

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    They played very well and they also played very lucky indeed. GB kicker misses two FGs that he normally makes. Rogers has a breakdown with Saturday and they don't get one more play off. Reggie Wayne plays out of his mind with the best day of his career... Still, it is a great win and I am happy for them. I don't think Luck can continue to take the punishment he took today but that is another issue and another discussion..... ...
    Kickers don't "normally" make 50 yard field goals.

    Luck took punishment today? Are you kidding? How many times was Rodgers sacked?

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    Stop replying to the stupid idiot homeless troll.

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    Amazing game by Luck, Wayne, Freeney, Redding, Mathis, Vaughn, and the whole team. Fantastic.
    I would edit that to say an amazing second half. If they had played both halves like that, Blu's score prediction might have been reversed.

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    I would edit that to say an amazing second half. If they had played both halves like that, Blu's score prediction might have been reversed.
    It's not like those guys were bad in the first half. The Packers were just playing well but we adjusted at half and brought the heat. It's a full game, not a game of halves.

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    I believe it was said the GB kicker makes 50% of those 50yd FG's so it's clearly a shocker he'd miss a kick he normally makes. That's like 5 out of 10... or 50 out of a hundred...
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    http://www.indystar.com/article/2012...IndyStar.com|p

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    They played for Chuck.

    They won it for Chuck, too.

    Six days after swallowing the stunning news that their head coach, Chuck Pagano, had been diagnosed with leukemia and would be out at least a month -- if not the season -- the Indianapolis Colts rode a spirited comeback Sunday afternoon at Lucas Oil Stadium, rode it all the way to an upset victory over Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers.

    Rookie quarterback Andrew Luck orchestrated five second-half scoring drives, including the second game-winning drive of his career, to cap an exhilarating 30-27 victory.

    Luck hit Reggie Wayne, who had a career day receiving for the Colts -- catching 13 passes for 212 yards -- for the game-winning touchdown strike with under a minute left. It finished off a 13-play, nearly four-minute drive for Indianapolis.

    Green Bay's final shot came on the leg of kicker Mason Crosby, but Crosby's potential game-tying attempt from 51 yards with three seconds left missed wide left.

    Luck went 31-for-55 for 362 yards and two touchdowns -- one with his arm, one with his legs. He also became just the fourth rookie quarterback in NFL history with over 1,000 yards of passing in his team's first four games.

    "I wouldn't trade him for anyone in the universe," Colts interim head coach Bruce Arians said of Luck.

    Of Wayne, Luck said after the game "he's the best football player I've ever played with."

    Rodgers, last seaon's NFL MVP, finished 21-for-33 for 243 yards with three touchdowns and one interception.

    Pagano's spirit was evident throughout Lucas Oil Stadium. #ChuckStrong banners were draped behind the endzones, and players from both teams wore T-shirts supporting the Colts' coach during warm-ups.

    In a letter to the team, read by Arians Saturday night, Pagano wrote: "WE WILL, WE CAN, WE MUST. WE HAVE NO CHOICE. WE WILL OVERCOME."

    The Colts overcame an 18-point halftime deficit Sunday by outplaying the Packers on both sides of the ball for the final 30 minutes. It was Luck surging up the middle for a 3-yard touchdown scamper. It was Wayne hauling in a one-handed catch down the sidelines despite a called pass interference penalty. It was Cory Redding and Robert Mathis harassing Rodgers throughout.

    With the win, the Colts even their record at 2-2. They travel to New York next Sunday to face the Jets.

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    Offense was great in both halves. We moved the ball better than Green Bay the whole game. Just had some costly penalties and near misses on third down in the first half that really cost us.

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    It's not like those guys were bad in the first half. The Packers were just playing well but we adjusted at half and brought the heat. It's a full game, not a game of halves.
    I think had the Colts not gambled on that 4th and inches and give GB a shot of momentum and a short field the first half might've not looked so lopsided on the scoreboard. The Colts did play fairly well the entire game.
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    Oh BTW how many PIs did the Pack get away with? At least two pretty blatant ones.

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    If it weren't for the defensive collapse two weeks ago, Luck would already have three game-winning drives in the first four games of his career.

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    If it weren't for the defensive collapse two weeks ago, Luck would already have three game-winning drives in the first four games of his career.
    And what's lost is that he almost lead us back down to beat Jax anyway.

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    Floater? He overthrew his receiver. That was no floater. If you are going to miss, you miss long so it won't be intercepted. Something Luck cannot do.... ...
    The fact that you said this in this thread and then Luck over threw Avery (one of the fastest receivers in the league) on a 50 yard fly route across his body and the field in this game makes that missed play totally worth it. You want arm strength? You got arm strength.

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    Wow. Couldn't gain two inches on a QB sneak. No matter, there was a penalty on the play if he had..... ...
    Clearly the QBs fault....troll harder man.

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    Nothing special yet. Dinks and ten yard passes at best. Lots of heat from the Packers. Rogers is showing him what a REAL NFL QB looks like. It is only a matter of time before the rush starts taking a toll on Luck...... ...

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    I'm out of town so we got the Bears game glad I DVR'd the game though so I can watch it when I return but wow they came back and won I thought they were dead to be honest.

    So thrilled!

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    You mean a guy like Aaron Rodgers? or Vick? RG3 is going to be fine, freak accidents are freak accidents and that happens in the NFL.
    Vick has been hurt quite a bit to be honest. Putting him in the same class as Rodgers is a stretch at best.

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    game winning drive start to finish

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    Luck is as tough, smart and talented as any QB I've ever seen in his first 4 games.

    Very impressive. Great Win!
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