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Old 10-23-2017, 09:32 PM   #61
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The colts most of all were broken by the pats, not only did they make you make up a BS sting operation to try and save face from a beat down, but you end up firing all the idiots that were in on it...the colts went out trying to collect former pats players in the process so maybe they could be the patriots.
Yeah that makes sense.

It wasn't years of bad drafting and free agent spending. Literally throwing away entire draft classes. Trading for Trent Richardson. Poor coaching. Constantly changing offensive coordinators. Starting Quarterback injured. Change of GM.

It was the Patriots.

What's adorable is you guys are all buying in to the thing other fans do you claim you hate. Believing the Patriots are responsible for everything bad that happens in the league.

You didn't break the Colts. We're more than capable of doing that ourselves.
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Old 10-23-2017, 11:35 PM   #62
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. . . What's adorable is you guys.
We're adorable all right. No arguing with that.
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Yeah that makes sense.

It wasn't years of bad drafting and free agent spending. Literally throwing away entire draft classes. Trading for Trent Richardson. Poor coaching. Constantly changing offensive coordinators. Starting Quarterback injured. Change of GM.

It was the Patriots.

What's adorable is you guys are all buying in to the thing other fans do you claim you hate. Believing the Patriots are responsible for everything bad that happens in the league.

You didn't break the Colts. We're more than capable of doing that ourselves.
Breaking the Colts was not a bad thing
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Old 10-24-2017, 05:42 AM   #64
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So Quinn's defense is that he is aggressive, and his team is aggressive, and that's just how he plays.

Really? How many times does he go for it on 4th three times in one game? How many times with 5+ yards needed around midfield? I'm guessing not many at all. Clear as day they altered what they would normally do to try and take down the Pats.
It makes no sense. A good HC has to know when to be aggressive and when to play the situation. A perfect example would be the Pats running the ball the last 4 minutes of the game. They did not need points but needed to run clock. Atlanta knew we were running AND we still ran and picked up two first downs to end the game. And this is with TB at QB. I mean this mantra by Quinn of "this is how we play, we are aggressive" is a total cop out for bad situational coaching which is vital to winning games in the NFL.
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Old 10-24-2017, 05:45 AM   #65
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Dolphins - Broken
Bills - Broken
Raiders - Broken
Titans - Broken
Rams - Broken
Falcons - Broken
Ravens - Broken
Colts - Broken
Chargers - Broken
Seahawks - Broken

The Jete are the Jete, they were always broken. I could argue the Redskins and Bears should be on this list too, but I'll pass on it for now. Every other team on that list has not won donkey dick since their respective demoralizing and/or crushing defeats at the hands of the Patriots.

You can pretend it's not a thing, and that it's all a coincidence, but it's a thing, and it's not a coincidence. When you're this good for this long, it's inevitable.
Great list Tommy. You left off the Eagles. McNabb is STILL haunted to this day by his puke fest with the game on the line ...
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Yeah that makes sense.

It wasn't years of bad drafting and free agent spending. Literally throwing away entire draft classes. Trading for Trent Richardson. Poor coaching. Constantly changing offensive coordinators. Starting Quarterback injured. Change of GM.

It was the Patriots.

What's adorable is you guys are all buying in to the thing other fans do you claim you hate. Believing the Patriots are responsible for everything bad that happens in the league.

You didn't break the Colts. We're more than capable of doing that ourselves.
From our perspective jaric, it is most excellent watching these teams that were one time challengers and legit competition melt into puddles of suck whilst the shine is still brand new on those latest rings.

ESPECIALLY the teams so involved in the DG sting.

Clots, Ratbirds, Texans, and JETE can’t wallow in the pit of misery long enough.

Dilly, dilly!
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Old 10-24-2017, 07:26 AM   #67
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Yeah that makes sense.

It wasn't years of bad drafting and free agent spending. Literally throwing away entire draft classes. Trading for Trent Richardson. Poor coaching. Constantly changing offensive coordinators. Starting Quarterback injured. Change of GM.

It was the Patriots.

What's adorable is you guys are all buying in to the thing other fans do you claim you hate. Believing the Patriots are responsible for everything bad that happens in the league.

You didn't break the Colts. We're more than capable of doing that ourselves.

Happy for you that the Colts have found an area in which they can excel!
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Old 10-24-2017, 07:33 AM   #68
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Trading for Trent Richardson.

For a first f*cking rounder.







This will never stop being funny.
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This is what teams do when they know they are over-matched. BB's 4th and 2 call, all the trickery against the Ravens in 2014, etc. Sometimes it works and the coach is brilliant and sometimes it doesn't and he is a jackass.

This. It can be seen as a calculated gamble to try to keep the ball away from an O that the coach doesn't think his D can stop, rather than an attempt to exorcise SBLI demons or the product of a Pats-frazzled mind.

Granted Quinn resorted to it a good deal earlier than BB's 4th and 2 call, but the underlying reason may still be the same - 'don't think my D can stop these guys'.

Still not sure what category BB's 4th and 13 attempt in TGTSNBN falls into.
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Good lord...

Did anyone else see this??? The Falcon CB who had been flattened by Gronk earlier on the Brady intercept that wasn't, literally jumped out of the way of Gronk allowing Cooks to score. That's shocking.


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Good lord...

Did anyone else see this??? The Falcon CB who had been flattened by Gronk earlier on the Brady intercept that wasn't, literally jumped out of the way of Gronk allowing Cooks to score. That's shocking.


There’d be a dress hanging in his locker this morning.

Man card revoked.

Gronk was like “wait.. wha? ...hey, where’d you go?”
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Any chance he was going to try to get around gronk and nail cooks from the side except gronk then double stiff-armed him off the dance floor?


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Any chance he was going to try to get around gronk and nail cooks from the side except gronk then double stiff-armed him off the dance floor?


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Gronk really was setting him,self up to plough through him. It's like having a Walter Jones at his peak run blocking when Gronk is doing that.
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