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Post  cravnravn on 12/7/2014, 12:09 pm

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Post  Magic on 12/7/2014, 12:34 pm

They can still win this one hellyes

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Post  Magic on 12/7/2014, 12:40 pm

FG COLTS

21 - 19

Lots of time left..........

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Post  cravnravn on 12/7/2014, 1:01 pm

Luck sucks
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Post  cravnravn on 12/7/2014, 1:06 pm

Luck is no Joe, that's for sure
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Post  Magic on 12/7/2014, 1:24 pm

Lucks numbers say he is a lot better.


AND they just got robbed on 3rd down and now get 1st and goal on a 4th down run..........AND the idiots on Fox just switched to the next game after watching this one 3 hours and 23 minutes one_finger_salute

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Post  Magic on 12/7/2014, 1:26 pm

TOUCHDOWN COLTS 25 -24  (no 2 pt conversion again)

and I didn't get to see it on TV thanks to the Seatoucans switching the game over in Shitattle

Then they call Indy for roughing the passer and the next play the Colts pick it off.....game over hellyes

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Post  cravnravn on 12/7/2014, 2:26 pm

What a piece of shit, he should be ashamed of his self, he's nowhere near joe
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Post  cravnravn on 12/7/2014, 2:28 pm

Magic wrote:TOUCHDOWN COLTS 25 -24  (no 2 pt conversion again)

and I didn't get to see it on TV thanks to the Seatoucans switching the game over in Shitattle

Then they call Indy for roughing the passer and the next play the Colts pick it off.....game over hellyes

What numbers Joe wins at a 650 career clip, FUCK could only dream at that
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Post  BlueShoes1 on 12/7/2014, 3:30 pm

First quarter play, Colts center Jonothan Harrison whiffed on his block, and the Browns made Luck pay. Desmond Bryant darted right past him and met teammate Paul Kruger at Luck's feet. Bryant's hit on Luck forced the quarterback's 12th fumble of the season and sixth lost. Linebacker Craig Robertson corralled the football in the end zone for the first touchdown of the day.

This is Luck's fault?  His center whiffs and gives a defender a clean shot and the play ends up in a TD for the browns.  And it's Luck's fault?  Throw out this play and the Colts win AND COVER.  As poorly as the offense played almost the entire game, the Colts flat out won the game purely on Luck's work on the final drive.  So, yea, he's better than Flake-O . . . by a long shot.   Your 120 million dollar QB had better get his team into the playoffs.  Luck will get Indy there but I'm pretty sure they won't go far given their sucky run game, continued O-line problems and on-again, off-again defense.  But they have Luck and for sure will pay to keep him (and, thanks to inflated contracts like Flake-O's,  Andrew Luck will do really, really well come contract time).


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Post  Magic on 12/7/2014, 4:52 pm

cravnravn wrote:
Magic wrote:TOUCHDOWN COLTS 25 -24  (no 2 pt conversion again)

and I didn't get to see it on TV thanks to the Seatoucans switching the game over in Shitattle

Then they call Indy for roughing the passer and the next play the Colts pick it off.....game over hellyes

What numbers Joe wins at a 650 career clip, FUCK could only dream at that

This season Colts have the #1 passing in the NFL and Flacco is #16

In Lucks first 3 seasons he has more passing yards than ANY player in NFL history.

This season LUCK 34 TD's and 4,011 yards with a 103 rating

This season Flacco 20TD's and 2,989 yards with a 93 rating

Career LUCK has 80TD's and 12,207 yards in 3 years 87.8 career rating

Career Flacco 141TD's and 24,534 yards in 7 years 84.9 career rating


....and all that Blue said about the terrible blocking by the line and the RB's which REALLY was shown in todays game.

And the current standings for the AFC South Champs and the 7th place Ravens lol

http://espn.go.com/nfl/standings/_/type/playoffs/sort/conferenceRank/order/false

I predict a 11-5 year for the Colts and maybe the same for the Ravens but they lose the tie wink

Ok I have a headache thanks to KC so time to get off here and watch some of this night game wtf


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Post  ColtsKurt on 12/7/2014, 7:24 pm

BlueShoes1 wrote:First quarter play, Colts center Jonothan Harrison whiffed on his block, and the Browns made Luck pay. Desmond Bryant darted right past him and met teammate Paul Kruger at Luck's feet. Bryant's hit on Luck forced the quarterback's 12th fumble of the season and sixth lost. Linebacker Craig Robertson corralled the football in the end zone for the first touchdown of the day.

This is Luck's fault?  His center whiffs and gives a defender a clean shot and the play ends up in a TD for the browns.  And it's Luck's fault?  Throw out this play and the Colts win AND COVER.  As poorly as the offense played almost the entire game, the Colts flat out won the game purely on Luck's work on the final drive.  So, yea, he's better than Flake-O . . . by a long shot.   Your 120 million dollar QB had better get his team into the playoffs.  Luck will get Indy there but I'm pretty sure they won't go far given their sucky run game, continued O-line problems and on-again, off-again defense.  But they have Luck and for sure will pay to keep him (and, thanks to inflated contracts like Flake-O's,  Andrew Luck will do really, really well come contract time).

Shortly after, Harrison was out with a "burner…"  AQ Shipley relieved him in a move most around here feel should be permanent.  Is a "burner" the same as a "stinger?"  Or is the "burner" what he did to 12?  Shipley is a far better center and you'll note the pass rush on Luck was never the same after that switch.

Surely you guys spit out the hooks when you nibble on John's bait, right?
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Post  ColtsKurt on 12/7/2014, 7:29 pm

cravnravn wrote:Luck is no Joe, that's for sure

You're right. We're ecstatic.
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Post  BlueShoes1 on 12/8/2014, 10:19 am

ColtsKurt wrote:
cravnravn wrote:Luck is no Joe, that's for sure

You're right.  We're ecstatic.


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Post  BlueShoes1 on 12/8/2014, 10:21 am

ColtsKurt wrote:
BlueShoes1 wrote:First quarter play, Colts center Jonothan Harrison whiffed on his block, and the Browns made Luck pay. Desmond Bryant darted right past him and met teammate Paul Kruger at Luck's feet. Bryant's hit on Luck forced the quarterback's 12th fumble of the season and sixth lost. Linebacker Craig Robertson corralled the football in the end zone for the first touchdown of the day.

This is Luck's fault?  His center whiffs and gives a defender a clean shot and the play ends up in a TD for the browns.  And it's Luck's fault?  Throw out this play and the Colts win AND COVER.  As poorly as the offense played almost the entire game, the Colts flat out won the game purely on Luck's work on the final drive.  So, yea, he's better than Flake-O . . . by a long shot.   Your 120 million dollar QB had better get his team into the playoffs.  Luck will get Indy there but I'm pretty sure they won't go far given their sucky run game, continued O-line problems and on-again, off-again defense.  But they have Luck and for sure will pay to keep him (and, thanks to inflated contracts like Flake-O's,  Andrew Luck will do really, really well come contract time).

Shortly after, Harrison was out with a "burner…"  AQ Shipley relieved him in a move most around here feel should be permanent.  Is a "burner" the same as a "stinger?"  Or is the "burner" what he did to 12?  Shipley is a far better center and you'll note the pass rush on Luck was never the same after that switch.

Surely you guys spit out the hooks when you nibble on John's bait, right? <---- hellyes

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Post  BlueShoes1 on 12/8/2014, 11:06 am

One final thought on this topic: The Colts failure to cover cost me a Perfecta. Am I whining? I bet on my team because I believe in them (and Luck). Some days that doesn't work out.

I guess some people don't have faith in their QB's ability to win a game against Miami so they avoid picking their team. Just to be safe and all, right?

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Post  cravnravn on 12/9/2014, 3:14 am

Changing my picks had nothing to do with my qbs play, it was changed when the Ngata news that he would be suspended for the remainder of the season.

And my whining was not the loss of the perfecta on here, but the gambling site that I use for the ponies, also has other options you can lose your money on, so on saturday night I looked at the parlay card for football, I seen where a 4 team parlay paid 16-1 odds, so I took a flyer I took Baltimore, st Louis, Pittsburgh and Indy... A little 5 dollar bet returns 80 bucks. So of course the easiest game on the board broke it off in my ass,
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