Discussion in 'NFL Football Forum' started by KontradictioN, Jan 4, 2014.
Indy's defense got lucky that the turf knocked Charles out of the game.
Think jones and ninkovich could get sacks with the colts OL? I just hope the pats come focused against their foe.
Looks like Chiefs are showing some type of life on defense.
I'm rooting for the Chargers now, purely because I think the Pats can/will murder either one of these teams, if this is representative of how they'll play next week. Although Jamaal Charles coming back with a vengeance next week would scare me.
Yeah, Charles against our D, ouch for us.
I would love to play the colts...but dalton on the road in the playoffs? I would take that anyday...Their run D is the only thing that concerns me
I was thinking he could have done a better job. But after he didn't I was thinking maybe Bowe slows down a little so Hemingway can block and maybe push him to the ground and then Bowe speeds up again for the TD.
Couldn't see how far behind the other colts players were...could have worked maybe?:confused2:
wow...now i really want the colts D
Our linebackers trying to cover Giovani Bernard definitely scares me, as does AJ Green, considering that Talib hasn't been 100% in a long time.
Too bad we might not have Dobson for that type of play.
NICE...very Nice play. Smith is having a nice game so far. Both QBs are doing well, IMO.
But our #17 might not be ready to
Talib has been getting better and better since the carolina game. Another week off...he should be fine. If he has the ability to shut down julio jones...he can shut down green. Espeically when 4-5 of passes his way will be overthrows from dalton
Ping-pong, NBA, NFL ... :bricks:
He already proved he could handle Green
He shut AJ down the first meeting.
I know...he is still very good even when not 100% and no one is 100% this time of year
Way to go, Trent.
Trent Richardson is doing so terrible in Indianapolis I almost feel bad for him
That T Rich trade should be a fireable offense. Way to set back Luck a year without a 1st round pick.
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