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Old 11-09-2008, 08:21 PM   #1
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Cool Colts got lucky

We were so good. Well, until like 6 minutes was left on the clock. There is no need 4 calling firing anyone or throwing someone under the bus. Colts just got lucky. Just like every once in a while how someone gets lucky. You guys should be happy that at least we have team that goes down fighting even when they're losing. Bungholes fans got the worst.

One thing I wonder is though, how come some of the other teams R so flexible at making adjustments on their game plans? You know, when things don't work out, or like they're losing they adjust & find a way 2 come back. For example, the Colts. V know it from 2005, & V've seen it again last night. I wonder how come V don't do that. How come there is no surprise moves or anything out of ordinary from our team? The best V've got as a "surprise" news from us by the media was "How good Lefty was when he was needed". Duhhh. Many fans knew that already & they were like "Yeah what's new?".
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Old 11-09-2008, 08:45 PM   #2
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Default Re: Colts got lucky

When Wayne caught that deflected pass, you could have called it a luck.
However, in the end Colts did not need any more luck but some nice picks.

Instead I would blame Ben for throwing too aggressive.


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Old 11-09-2008, 08:46 PM   #3
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Default Re: Colts got lucky

I'll agree with you on two of the pass plays that were tipped and caught by the colts. They got the lucky bounces today. But Ben's first bonehead int. didn't help much either.
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Old 11-09-2008, 08:48 PM   #4
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When Wayne caught that deflected pass, you could have called it a luck.
However, in the end Colts did not need any more luck but some nice picks.

Instead I would blame Ben for throwing too aggressive.


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Old 11-09-2008, 08:54 PM   #5
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fallenmongol? Is that some sort of joke?
Nope. I go by Fallen when I am on the net and I am a Mongolian. So its fallenmongol :)

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Old 11-09-2008, 08:58 PM   #6
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Nope. I go by Fallen when I am on the net and I am a Mongolian. So its fallenmongol :)

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Ah, cool! I thought it was a reference to our own SteelerMongol.

Sorry you're a Colts fan though. Still time to 'change'.
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I'll agree with you on two of the pass plays that were tipped and caught by the colts. They got the lucky bounces today. But Ben's first bonehead int. didn't help much either.
Hmm.. I woudn't jump to conclusions as if it were Ben's fault. Holmes may not have cut his route in soon enough.


Also, the other slant route INT was most likely Holme's fault b/c he either gave up the slant route by stopping, or was not on the same page with Ben on that one either. Either, way there were mistakes, but I wouldn't jump to the conclusion you are making.


Remember Holmes missed a game, and has off the field problems, both this year, and last year. He is still new to the NFL, and obviously learning how to run routes more effectively. You could have easily blamed both INT's on Holmes.


The Colts did get a few lucky bounces, but that sometimes happens.
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Hmm.. I woudn't jump to conclusions as if it were Ben's fault. Holmes may not have cut his route in soon enough.


Also, the other slant route INT was most likely Holme's fault b/c he either gave up the slant route by stopping, or was not on the same page with Ben on that one either. Either, way there were mistakes, but I wouldn't jump to the conclusion you are making.


Remember Holmes missed a game, and has off the field problems, both this year, and last year. He is still new to the NFL, and obviously learning how to run routes more effectively. You could have easily blamed both INT's on Holmes.


The Colts did get a few lucky bounces, but that sometimes happens.
The first one is entirely all Ben's fault. I wasn't jumping to any conclusions as you say, just stating a fact.
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Yeah, but WHY fallen? Glad 2 have another Mongol on board.
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We were so good. Well, until like 6 minutes was left on the clock. There is no need 4 calling firing anyone or throwing someone under the bus. Colts just got lucky. Just like every once in a while how someone gets lucky. You guys should be happy that at least we have team that goes down fighting even when they're losing. Bungholes fans got the worst.

One thing I wonder is though, how come some of the other teams R so flexible at making adjustments on their game plans? You know, when things don't work out, or like they're losing they adjust & find a way 2 come back. For example, the Colts. V know it from 2005, & V've seen it again last night. I wonder how come V don't do that. How come there is no surprise moves or anything out of ordinary from our team? The best V've got as a "surprise" news from us by the media was "How good Lefty was when he was needed". Duhhh. Many fans knew that already & they were like "Yeah what's new?".
First you say, "There is no need 4 calling firing anyone".
Then you say, "One thing I wonder is though, how come some of the other teams R so flexible at making adjustments on their game plans?"

It is called bad coaching. We have a bad coach (Arians), we should fire him.
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