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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by RollTide, Dec 13, 2012.
So. 2 years ago they would've won by 2 TDs ... what does that have to do with THIS year
Huh? What does this have to do with the Colts?
I am trying to tell you that the Colts have shown major progress.
I am not sure if you are trying to hate on the Colts or Texans.
You asked what the Titans did in Houston ... obviously you were implying that we got destroyed in Houston and the Colts didn't. I was saying that isn't a good comparision because HOU is obviously not the same team they were week 4
Why are they not the same team? Is it because the Patriots blew them out last week?
OK, Let me try this again...
You said that the Colts deserve props after the game today.
I said that was stupid. They lost, they don't deserve props.
You say that they do deserve props because they sucked last year ... they would've lost 63-7 last year.
I said that was a stupid reason to give them props today. I could make the same arguement that they would've won by 2 TDs 2 years ago, and should take away props based on that ... basically that is the same logic you used and I was trying to show how dumb it was.
Just that they haven't looked good the last few weeks. Not against the Lions, Pats, Jags ... Not as dominant as they looked starting out this year
You're not making any sense at all. I am trying to give the Colts props, due to the fact that they were 2-14 last year. Nobody expected them to be where they are at this year.
Exactly what point are you trying to prove?
Were the Colts suppose to be dominate this year?
If you want to give the Colts props on the season, then fine. I AGREE with you on that and even said as much. BUT look at this quote from you...
You said here that the Colts deserved "props" for their performance TODAY ... I don't agree with that. That was my point.
Have they over acheived THIS YEAR ... yes. Did they do it today ... NO. So why are you giving them props for today's game? That is my question. LAST YEAR is not a factor for TODAY.