Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by PatsWin, Dec 2, 2007.
Is there any chance they may lose one more game?
Who knows. There d looked average today.
They will send DulRio and Wiffiams thank you cards for their ineptness.
I stopped caring what they do for the rest of the year.
Itβll only help our Strength of Schedule number after 19-0.
Does it matter?
Jax is not ready for the big time.....they had the Colts on the ropes with a first down inside the seven and a player gets an unsportsmanlike stupid penalty, after the play is over, that makes it first and goal from the 22.
Then the very next play its off sides on the offense. now it is first and goal from the 27 they never recovered. oh well maybe someday the will mature.
One loss isn't enough to matter, unless Pittsburgh wins out. ::cough::
Jax ran well today. They are a heck of alot better in the run game than NE. I'm proud of the Colts. That was FOOTBALL today, brother. Anytime you can force a fumble and capitalize with six, then snag a pick to thwart a drive, you're playing good "D". If that is "average", I'll take it every day of the week.
Against a mature team with the same talent as Jax, the Colts probably would have lost. Williams' unnecessary roughness penalty likely cost the Jags any chance they had at the second seed in the playoffs, incredible. The team should very well consider fining/suspending Williams - how much more detrimental to the team could his behavior have been? Oh, well, the Jax players are really good at chest bumping, buddy slaps, celebratory dances and not realizing they finally have a QB who might win in the playoffs.
What a waste. But credit the Colts for doing what was needed to win, especially at the end of the game. Those who have written off the Colts as anything but the second best team in the AFC have spoken too soon.
We intercepted a pass for a TD and had two other turnovers that prevented us from losing the game against the Eagles. It was a very poor defensive output, though. I don't really see the necessary connection between turnovers forced and the general play of a defense.
Well said, ButtBoy
For the COLTS, keeping the plays in front of them, forcing turnovers, and capitalizing on them is what they need to focus on. This is not a shut defense. They are good, but they ain't the Ravens D.
Sorry..."Polian Rules" robbed yet another team of a victory..obviously being AT the game you saw ZERO of the avalanche of horrible calls against the Jags
Gotta luv the creative reversal of the INT. Despite the Colt WR having made a clear 'football move' after catching the ball the Polians upon review declared it an incomplete pass. 7 points right there.
good teams overcome bad calls, we ended up with a 3rd and 16 after that play, if they stop us we punt and that would have been the end of it..
good teams overcome a few bad calls...maybe...but call after call after call after horrendous, cheating call?
c'mon kid...take this crap to the goo gee gaa gaa Colts shrine board
There was only a couple questionable calls BFD and the refs took 7 points off the board when they called a false start on the Jags after we intercepted and was running it all the way back for a td
It's no obsession, many fans are simply curious about the competition and what they are doing.
The Colts will be 14-2, or 13-3 at worst if they decide to rest some guys in the last 2 weeks.
The Steelers will at best be 12-4, so no threat to overtake the Colts.
I always hear people say calls usually go both ways over the course of a season/game, but for the life of me, I've yet to see the Colts have to overcome any calls yet this year.
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