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  1. upstater1

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    Name a player who will have a big noteworthy contribution. It doesn't have to be a guy that comes out of the blue. It could be a star.

    Me, I'm picking Jarvis Green. He's going to have two big sacks.
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    Tully.

    Kevin Faulk might catch ten balls today.
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    Asante Samuel on Defense 2INTs

    Corey Dillon on Offense
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    Dillon. Either running in those 5+ yards up the middle for as long as he can or making sure the Colts stack the box to open up the pass.

    Suppose it's a bit unfair to say that Gaffney, given his play off form so far, couldn't also get a major look in.
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    If Jackson plays a lot of snaps, he may not contribute in the box score, but he will have a huge impact on the passing game.
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    dillion and faulk are going to tear it up mark my words. hobbs makes a big play perhaps a turnover
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    I'm still on the Chad Jackson bandwagon!! ;)
    Otherwise: Maroney,Dave Thomas.
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    Hobbs and Samuel.
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    I suspect Jackson could be a DNP, again.

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    Corey Dillon, of course.
    And my newest, favoritest player - Ty Warren.
    GO GET 'EM 94!
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    LOL ok,scratch that.:bricks:
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    Hey, we all hope you're right. It's just that he was a healthy DNP last week. On the other hand, Kight was a key contributer on special teams.

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    I pick maroney on offence..
    green on defense
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    Chad was dressed last week, not inactive. However, the way the game played out called for three reliable receivers and 2 tight ends to help block. There was no room for him.

    Difference maker on defense: Jarvis Green. If we can stop the Colts running attack and make them one dimensional, then we should be in a nickel package for most of the second half. This means 4 down linemen: Seymour, Warren, Jarvis and Wright/Wilfork. Jarvis is one of the few guys who can consistently beat an O-lineman 1 on 1, and if you can get pressure on Manning without blitzing, then game over.

    Offense: Maroney. I hope to see them finally call LM's number on a screen pass, because when he gets in the open field on this fast turf, he can move.
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    I anticipate that Coach will send the TE's right at Bob Sanders. I expect to see Graham or Watson blow Sanders up in this game.

    Colvin and Green will get some excellent pressure, but the whole DL should dominate.
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    **Patriots Game Day just ran a segment on Rosie. Besides being born and raised in Indy (and an ex-Colts fan),he used to sell cotton candy at the RCA.He's never played there,but has his own following in Indy. :rocker: Go Rosie!
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    He's a Purdue Alumnus as well...
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    Assante - Manning (Sir Choke-A-Lot) uses his laser arm to find him.

    Richard - The Sey Monster disrupts the Colts OL.

    Lawrence - Colts problems with the run come rushing back.
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    I'm going to go out on a limb here and say.....
























































    Tom Brady.
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