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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Gunny, Dec 11, 2005.

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  1. Riverman

    Riverman That may be....

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  2. Nine

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    Boy, you ain't kidding. Sanders is quickly becoming one of the truly elite safeties in the league...one of those guys who is virtually impossible to gameplan for. He's living proof that a dominant safety can be the cornerstone of a dominant defense. (And having him on the same field with Dwight Freeney? Man, that just ain't fair.)

    I think I dislike the Colts more with every passing day, but I'll give credit where credit's due....Bob Sanders is the real deal.
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  3. SEC 330 BIPOLAR

    SEC 330 BIPOLAR jive turkey

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    oh please! Swingfordafences or whatever you call yourself, I'm not offended in the least. You should know by now I'm just a freakin clown...

    PacMan is great. I've always thought so. If anything he needs more threads...

    by the way...nice research...I bet TJ would be glad to let you handle mod duty...
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  4. smili

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    What I was thinking. :lol:
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  5. Mr. E

    Mr. E Camp Fodder

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    A colt fan is complaining about the amount of threads about a titan?

    Solution: Go home.
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  6. SwingOnDeezBalz

    SwingOnDeezBalz Banger of Infant Horseys

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    You're way off on this one, Gunny.

    Even if Dillon's fumble didn't happen, and they scored a touchdown on that drive, the Colts still win by 2 scores, so I don't see your point there.

    Bellichick challenged a TD catch that was not challenge-able, just so that the Colts couldn't run their 2 pt conversion with the Patriots running on and off the field. The red flag he threw was only intended to stop the play. This is an illegal tactic, against NFL rules, so that's 2 more points right there for the Colts.

    Plus, the 19 yard TD pass from Brady to Troy Brown would have been clearly overturned if challenged by the Colts. Even the announcers said that. There was no challenge because the game was out of hand by then anyway.

    So, if anything, the score could have been more lopsided. 42-14 to be exact. That's a stretch, I'll admit, but nontheless, 40-21 is a pretty decisive victory. I'll leave it up to you if you want to reject the idea that we 'destroyed' them, but they never had control for a single second.
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