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    The greatest comeback in Colts history, no question about it.

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    I have to reread this game thread I bet it is absolutely hilarious

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    I'm convinced, Andrew Luck has incriminating pictures of the Almighty.
    I have to admit, this made my chuckle.

    Many will focus on the KC injuries, but Luck was straight money in that second half. That said, I bet Reid takes a lot of flak for his play-calling after they got an early lead.

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    Congrats to the Colts on an amazing come back win.

    Pathetic that one playoff win and the conversation is supposed to be closed. Comedic, but pathetic.
    Really? Not just one game buddy, RG3 has been WAY outshined by Luck ALL SEASON, this is just the icing on the cake.
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    The greatest comeback in Colts history, no question about it.
    Peyton manning in the AFC Championship game against the Patriots just called...he begs to differ

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    I think Manning's 2nd trip to the playoffs ended 41-0 losing to the Jets...
    His second trip ended with the loss in Miami (2000 season). The Jets atrocity was his third trip (2002 season).

    But yeah, it took Manning 6 years before he won a playoff game. I'm glad Luck got that monkey off his back in just his second season.

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    The greatest comeback in Colts history, no question about it.

    Numerically it is, but the 06 AFC Title game will always be #1 when you factor in the high stakes and opponent.

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    Really? Not just one game buddy, RG3 has been WAY outshined by Luck ALL SEASON, this is just the icing on the cake.
    Really, buddy? RG3 was coming off an injury and had nothing on offense to help him out (see Cousins getting blown up by the terrible O-line). RG3 was out-shined by everyone this season, but one playoff one hardly seals the deal.

    Regardless, congrats to Luck and the Colts.

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    It took Peyton 10 years to have a career defining game like this.
    You can't compare the two (and yes I know this is the last place to ask such a question) but when Manning started on the Colts they were the laughing stock of the NFL. Stuff like regular postseason trips and winning divisions were a foreign concept around here.

    When Luck was drafted we only had one bad season but its not as if we forgot how to win we had Mathis and Wayne(well not today obviously). So really to say this playoff win is career defining is rather premature.

    Manning had his first playoff win vs Denver(oh the irony) fortunately with Luck we didn't have to wait as long but it was less than 10 season.

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    Peyton manning in the AFC Championship game against the Patriots just called...he begs to differ
    Yeah he was down 10 points less.
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    Really, buddy? RG3 was coming off an injury and had nothing on offense to help him out (see Cousins getting blown up by the terrible O-line). RG3 was out-shined by everyone this season, but one playoff one hardly seals the deal.

    Regardless, congrats to Luck and the Colts.
    Luck lost his top WR, TE, and top two RBs this season not to mention a bad o-line and STILL led his team to the playoffs and a playoff win.

    RGIII couldn't sniff Luck's jockstrap.

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    Really, buddy? RG3 was coming off an injury and had nothing on offense to help him out (see Cousins getting blown up by the terrible O-line). RG3 was out-shined by everyone this season, but one playoff one hardly seals the deal.

    Regardless, congrats to Luck and the Colts.
    Sorry, until PROVEN otherwise, RGIII is not even in the same tier, probably 2 tiers down actually.
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    In the post game interview Andrew is just down on himself for a poor game. He is a real hard *** on himself. Poor guy.

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    Peyton manning in the AFC Championship game against the Patriots just called...he begs to differ
    Not buying it. At that point in his career, Peyton SHOULD win that game. And anyway, I never once thought the Colts were out of that game. It might have been slaying a bigger demon, but that's it. This comeback was bigger in terms of score and adding to the comeback legacy Luck has already established. It's crazy to even think about. This is historic like the Bills comin from 38 down to beat the Oilers in the playoffs.

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    Luck lost his top WR, TE, and top two RBs this season and STILL led his team to the playoffs and a playoff win.

    RGIII couldn't sniff Luck's jockstrap.

    Your high.

    BTW, when Luck leads a team that loses 36 million in cap money and comes off a torn knee ligament come talk to me.

    Dude has been Lucky (pun intended) with great talent and depth and a lot of talent. But lets GTFO this whole notion that Luck is leaps and bounds above RG3. Both guys were in the playoffs last year.....

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    His second trip ended with the loss in Miami (2000 season). The Jets atrocity was his third trip (2002 season).

    But yeah, it took Manning 6 years before he won a playoff game. I'm glad Luck got that monkey off his back in just his second season.
    I'd forgotten about the Titans in there...
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    I second the notion of whoever said regarding the game thread has to be comical.

    I havent seen one in months, but if they are as good as they used to be.....

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    Not buying it. At that point in his career, Peyton SHOULD win that game. And anyway, I never once thought the Colts were out of that game. It might have been slaying a bigger demon, but that's it. This comeback was bigger in terms of score and adding to the comeback legacy Luck has already established. It's crazy to even think about. This is historic like the Bills comin from 38 down to beat the Oilers in the playoffs.
    now that I agree with definitely numerically but you can also argue winning your first game in the playoffs in that fashion is pretty huge itself like other people were saying look how long it took peyton to get his

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    Your high.

    BTW, when Luck leads a team that loses 36 million in cap money and comes off a torn knee ligament come talk to me.

    Dude has been Lucky (pun intended) with great talent and depth and a lot of talent. But lets GTFO this whole notion that Luck is leaps and bounds above RG3. Both guys were in the playoffs last year.....
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    Your high.

    BTW, when Luck leads a team that loses 36 million in cap money and comes off a torn knee ligament come talk to me.

    Dude has been Lucky (pun intended) with great talent and depth and a lot of talent. But lets GTFO this whole notion that Luck is leaps and bounds above RG3. Both guys were in the playoffs last year.....
    Luck didn't have a great team his first year or even this year and most of the better players on the colts were on IR. How many Colts are going to pro Bowl? One

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    Your high.

    BTW, when Luck leads a team that loses 36 million in cap money and comes off a torn knee ligament come talk to me.

    Dude has been Lucky (pun intended) with great talent and depth and a lot of talent. But lets GTFO this whole notion that Luck is leaps and bounds above RG3. Both guys were in the playoffs last year.....
    Indy had $36mill in dead money last year. And Andrew lost a ton of his weapons this year.

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    Your high.

    BTW, when Luck leads a team that loses 36 million in cap money and comes off a torn knee ligament come talk to me.

    Dude has been Lucky (pun intended) with great talent and depth and a lot of talent. But lets GTFO this whole notion that Luck is leaps and bounds above RG3. Both guys were in the playoffs last year.....
    holy crap people still think Luck and RG3 are close competitively speaking? arguing that after this game is going to be pretty hard....


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    I wouldn't trade Luck for ANYONE, he is unbelievable, same with Hilton!! What a game! Go Colts!

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    In the post game interview Andrew is just down on himself for a poor game. He is a real hard *** on himself. Poor guy.
    If the Colts lost that game (which I'm sure most people thought they would) he would be a large part why throwing 3 picks. Like I said better to be Luck-y than good.

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    holy crap people still think Luck and RG3 are close competitively speaking? arguing that after this game is going to be pretty hard....

    I think RGIII will be a good player, but he isn't as good as Luck, tonight just proves it even more

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