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Old 10-18-2020, 08:39 AM
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"Concern troll" response. Hmm. IndyNorm stated an opinion, which is shared by a lot of Colts fans, and then you chimed in and put words in his mouth that he never said. Norm never called Luck a coward. And yes, the highest paid, most important person on an NFL team's health status is more important and public than any of us commoners posting here. Keep on trolling. You're good at it, I'll give you that.
Golly gee whiz, its an open conversation, are we required to always agree?

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Old 10-18-2020, 09:20 AM
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Your health is your business and no one else. That goes for athletes. Luck came back from a lacerated internal organ, he is NOT a coward.

Using your own post, the O line did a great job, he took fewer hits, YET he still had a leg issue that was not resolved after an entire off season.

Im a fan, and why Luck hung it up is none of my business. Im glad I got to see him play.
Who said anything about him being a coward?
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Old 10-18-2020, 09:36 AM
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A friend of mine that has ties to the org said Luck tried to retire earlier but Irsay talked him out of it. Then when the calf/? wouldn’t heal he had enough and Irsay couldn’t talk him out of it again. Take it with a grain of salt though bc it could be just office gossip.
Makes sense that it would have played out like that. Irsay and the FO knew that w/ Luck the team was a potential SB contender and a ~.500 team without him. I could also see Irsay being supportive and giving Luck as much time as he needed to figure things out rather than pressure him to rush the decision.
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Who said anything about him being a coward?
If I overstated your view , I apologize.
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If I overstated your view , I apologize.
No worries.
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Thats a Joey joke from friends
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I'm hoping that the 21-point deficit and subsequent comeback winds up being a turning point to the 2020 season for the Colts.

In a sense, the Colts got the best of both worlds yesterday ...... they got a wake-up call by being made to look like garbage by an (at-best) mediocre team like the Bengals beating their asses for the first 25% of the game, yet they managed to escape with a win by playing much better in the final 75%.


For some reason, it took the Colts half the game to start playing well against the Browns, and it took them one-quarter of the game for them to start playing well against the Bengals. They are extremely fortunate to have escaped those games with a split, and now it's on Reich to solve the mystery as to why they have had trouble playing focused football starting from the opening gun ...... that's what coaches do, and this is Reich's chance to shine by coming up with some kind of solution.

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I'm hoping that the 21-point deficit and subsequent comeback winds up being a turning point to the 2020 season for the Colts.

In a sense, the Colts got the best of both worlds yesterday ...... they got a wake-up call by being made to look like garbage by an (at-best) mediocre team like the Bengals beating their asses for the first 25% of the game, yet they managed to escape with a win by playing much better in the final 75%.


For some reason, it took the Colts half the game to start playing well against the Browns, and it took them one-quarter of the game for them to start playing well against the Bengals. They are extremely fortunate to have escaped those games with a split, and now it's on Reich to solve the mystery as to why they have had trouble playing focused football starting from the opening gun ...... that's what coaches do, and this is Reich's chance to shine by coming up with some kind of solution.

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This is great ........ except that the schedule gets considerably harder pretty soon. After the Lions game in 2 weeks, the Colts have 4 consecutive "loseable" games.



RAVENS: l... Lamar Jackson and Company

TITANS: lllll. Currently Undefeated

PACKERS: lll Aaron Rodgers and Company

TITANS: llll.. Currently Undefeated



After that run, the only really tough game remaining appears to be the one against the Steelers ...... although we do have 2 games against the Texans, whom despite their 1-5 record are always a potential nightmare with DeShaun Watson running rings around opposing defenses. The Titans found that out on Sunday, when they were nearly handed their first loss of the season by the boys from southeast Texas.

I just hope that we survive that upcoming 4-game run, which is crucial to the team's chances for a playoff berth. I suppose that we'll find out just how well Philip Rivers' resourcefulness and the Colts' defense really measure up against the top-flight teams of the NFL in that span. The Lions game is essentially a must-win, considering what looms threateningly on the horizon for the 2020 Colts.

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