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Indy vs. Pats


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Thats because they aren't playing a Denver team that quit way too early. They also aren't playing a Chiefs team that has no defense as well. They are losing now because they are playing a defense that actually puts pressure on Manning. When Manning can throw at a spot he is unstopable but when he has to go out of the pocket and throw to a receiver and not a spot he isn't as good as what he appears to be. He throws at a receiver thinking he is open but he isn't but when he can throw to a spot and only the receiver is there and can catch the ball you can't stop them. The snow has quite a bit to do with it because it is harder to throw it and his receivers can't get to the same places in the same time as in a done or a nice clear day like in Kansas City the week before.

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if manning controls his passes and the line can control the defense this game is still up for grabs, but it has to start early so that new england doesn't run away with it

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The patriots played an excellent game and deserve to go to the super bowl. Unlike the colts. Sorry, but when push comes to shove we see just how well rounded the pats are in comparison. The turning point may very well have been that botched punt. omg talk about a screw up of the lamest order. a simple punt becomes 2 free points and the ball again.

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