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    You weren't kidding I forgot Tom Moore is also there no wonder they're playing us like a violin

    This doesn't help those arguments who think Bruce was the coach that should've stayed.
    Bruce should have stayed. The Colts were a 6-10 team last year with Pagano. Arians took control, opened up the offense, and the Colts started winning.

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    put in Hasselbeck

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    I think beating Denver was the worst thing to happen to this team this season. We have not been the same since..... I know how weird that sounds and yes there are injuries but that's no excuse for how flat we start out in the beginning of games either.

    That really was the last time we didn't seem flat to me.

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    I think beating Denver was the worst thing to happen to this team this season. We have not been the same since..... I know how weird that sounds and yes there are injuries but that's no excuse for how flat we start out in the beginning of games either.

    That really was the last time we didn't seem flat to me.
    Us not being the same since beating Denver has nothing to do with beating them and everything to do with losing Wayne.

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    put in Hasselbeck
    I'm surprised they're keeping him in they let Hasselbeck in much earlier and that game was at home.

    Arizona is 6-4 so really them beating us isn't that shameful losing to the Rams at home was really bad.

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    Us not being the same since beating Denver has nothing to do with beating them and everything to do with losing Wayne.
    Wayne doesn't play defense. Many teams lose a Wayne type player and don't collapse and if they do it is bad coaching.

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    Why the hell is Luck out there?

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    Anybody who can coach a Carson Palmer lead team to 7-4 out of the gate is a pretty darn good coach. I would trade Pagano for Arians in a second.

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    Us not being the same since beating Denver has nothing to do with beating them and everything to do with losing Wayne.
    Its not so much beating them as much as that's when the team peaked. Irsay made it seem like the Super Bowl and the team hasn't matched that energy since. It could've been Wayne being the brutal blow but we were fortunate the Broncos didn't complete that comeback either.

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    Good thing there's another game on that's a lot closer. I'll watch this till the bitter end but still it sucks

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    TRich hasn't had a game as good as Boom Herron's in a month.

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    If the Titans had lost today the Colts could have clinched the AFC South by beating them next week.

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    If the Titans had lost today the Colts could have clinched the AFC South by beating them next week.
    I wonder how long it will take Tennessee to clinch the division.

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    Irsay needs another Twitter dressing down of the players and coaching staff about now. It's one thing to lose. It's another not to compete.
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    I really wish they would just cut Angerer. He's worthless and it would be a wonderful sign to all the other players to get their **** together.

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    I wonder how long it will take Tennessee to clinch the division.
    They'd have to win out and we'd go on a losing streak at this point.

    I think even 8-8 would be enough to win this division.

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    TRich hasn't had a game as good as Boom Herron's in a month.

    But it is all the offensive lines fault.

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    It's time to admit that Richardson is a bust. There's been enough time for both player and team to understand each other and it's just not happening. MAYBE with some line improvement and training camp... and a full complement of offensive weapons for Luck... it would help. But Richardson isn't the 2nd coming of pre-injury Edge.
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    Pep Hamilton is the least creative and adaptive coordinator I've ever seen.

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    I'd give Herron some looks earlier in the game - what's there to lose in this running game? I'd also get Brown more than 2 carries and have him more active earlier in the game. In fact, why hasn't he assumed the starting role?

    Honestly, this game and the Rams debacle at home are as horrible team football as anything we suffered through with Painter in the 2-14 season.
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    While I'm at it, I'd also be interested in seeing Delano Howell back starting. Also need to involve Havili more in the offense (once healthy). Too bad Brazill effed up and missed all those games. I guess he was practicing and did get camp, but I thought he looked like he had reasonable potential last year. Can't say I'm seeing it now though.

    How can a first-place team looks so emotionally disengaged? Isn't this supposedly Pagano's strong suit? Another no show next week and the Titan's are right back breathing down our necks.
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    This is a systemic breakdown, pointing fingers to individual players is asinine. I know TRich hasn't blown it up, but this team has sucked for about a month now. And when an entire team sucks, the individuals look even worse. And make fun of the "o line" comments alll you want, but the o-line was where the cracks in this team's armor first showed, and now the entire team has just followed suit.

    It was a promising start to the season, but we are fizzling down the stretch hard. The loss of so many players has finally taken its toll. Very disappointing, but it's hard to imagine this ship getting righted this year. We've been playing some very bad football, and for a while now. It's no longer an outlying performance... it's become the norm. We're not a good football team anymore.
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    Changes have to be made. Irsay screwed up by buying into this "run first" philosophy. Great QBs and passing offenses win in this league- not run oriented teams with game managing QBs.

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    Landry, RJF, Woerner, Toler, Walden - the acquisitions aimed at improving the D talent have been dreadful. I'd actually say Walden has been the most effective, surprisingly given how much criticism that particular move got.
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    Francois hasn't been dreadful. Landry has given us little. Toler hasn't played a lot cause he is still injured, something they knew when they were getting him.
    Finally Werner, i don't have something against the kid bit they picked him up in the first round and then we learn they see him as prospect? Really? Your 1st round pick?

    This team is falling apart and the fact that they keep coming unprepared is really embarrassing.
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