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Once again no pressure is applied on the QB

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  1. PatriotDynasty_12

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    Sorry to sound so negative, but......What has to happen for the Pats to get some damn pressure on the QB? Manning picked the zone apart. The ONE time I actually saw legit pressure on Manning, he threw an incompletion. It's frustrating to keep watching this. The playcalling has to change on D.
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    thats why i would give props to the backfield for this game...w/o any pressure they kept the colts to 18...not bad
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    He's Peyton Manning. If we could sack him, we would.
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    Manning is a hard guy to sack. This isn't new. Matt wasn't sacked either, something I never thought would happen, so we'll just call this a weird night.
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    You title is false. Cassel was constantly under pressure.
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    Really? If the Colts put a hand on him all night, I missed it. Could be wrong though.
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