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12.23.2017 - SatNF - Indianapolis Colts @ Baltimore Ravens

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PICK!!!!!!!!!!!!  In his hands

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Nobody wants to catch the ball, not even Eric Weddle.

 

Alex Collins doesn't look very special,.  I know it's rain, but come on, isn't this the Colts D?

 

I wonder what Kenneth Dixon's role next year might be.

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Geez catches a pass  in friggin field goal range because of a stupid penalty thatkept drive alive!

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Just now, DLG10 said:

Cant even get a sack.  SMH

 

They suck today.  Just awful.  That was one of the few instances of pressure.  They're making the Colts offensive line look like all-pros.

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maybe e ravens should wear waterproof gloves and arm sleeves because they keep letting guys slip tackles

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13 minutes ago, kdpat15 said:

? What were you expecting...it's mike Wallace..you are acting like he has been dominant all season lmao 

Hes been solid the last 3 weeks, and now Maclin was out. Don't act like he wasn't supposed to be a great play today.

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Just now, Josh GODon said:

 

They suck today.  Just awful.  That was one of the few instances of pressure.  They're making the Colts offensive line look like all-pros.

 

naa every tackle the defender slips out it's too wet out there for arm and grab tackles

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Just now, SuperJoint said:

No one even mentions that it was int grounding?

there was a receiver in the area on the sideline.

 

What ever happened to the "in the grass" rule?  I never see that called anymore.

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1 minute ago, SuperJoint said:

No one even mentions that it was int grounding?

Such bs... He was IN the pocket.

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Indy will really be trying to strip it now!

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Just now, skcruzer said:

Such bs... He was IN the pocket.

 

I was wondering the same thing.  If you are a foot outside the pocket but come back in, are you still considered outside the pocket because you left at some point?

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1 minute ago, CooL said:

there was a receiver in the area on the sideline.

 

What ever happened to the "in the grass" rule?  I never see that called anymore.

In the GRASP.

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1 minute ago, skcruzer said:

Such bs... He was IN the pocket.

 

He was directly in between the middle hashes. Textbook grounding.

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Just now, Josh GODon said:

 

I was wondering the same thing.  If you are a foot outside the pocket but come back in, are you still considered outside the pocket because you left at some point?

@CooL pointed out there was a receiver in the area actually...

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Hopefully Collins doesn't fumble now.

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6 minutes ago, Deke said:

What should have been an INT gonna turn into a Indy score

 

That missed INT is a 5-point swing in my league -- 2 points for the INT lost, and a -3 for the switch from 13 to 16 points against.  That's huge.  Almost a TD worth.  Darn.

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