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Xbrett82us
11-08-2012, 06:30 PM
We've got to begin thinking about that wild card spot now, and the Colts will most likely be our biggest threat. If Jacksonville can somehow pull out a victory here, it would be huge.

Go Jags!!!!!!

foozool13
11-08-2012, 06:33 PM
Agree, I want the Jags to win as well but since its thier 2nd division game against the Jags and they lost the first one, I dobut Jags win.

TheWarriorFins
11-08-2012, 06:36 PM
That reminds me how did the jags beat the colts this year anyway?

Twitches Brew
11-08-2012, 06:50 PM
Florida solidarity! State pride!

CalDolFan1014
11-08-2012, 06:54 PM
That reminds me how did the jags beat the colts this year anyway?

Yes, their only win, and that was In Indi too. This may serve to motivate the Colts just like when we lost to the Jets at home, though. Hopefully Jacksonville has a few tricks up its sleeves....because they really haven't had many other than that win. They are last in offense and 26th in defense. Yikes.

Danny
11-08-2012, 07:03 PM
I understand why we'd want to root for the colts to lose but when you need to root for a 5-3 team to lose so you have a chance to make the playoffs, it only means one thing. You won't go far in the playoffs if you even get there. Not trying to be negative. I know we could be 6-2 or even 7-1 but we're not and there's a good reason for it. Our talent level is not that high yet. I know Carps costed us those games but it should not had to come to that. We had our chances to put games away and we didn't and that was against teams that are not all that good.We're going to be playing some pretty good teams soon and we'll have to prove we can actually beat those teams or else, it won't matter what other teams do.

Ozzy rules!!

FINS4LIFE16
11-08-2012, 07:06 PM
That reminds me how did the jags beat the colts this year anyway?
MJD ran for 170. He's out tonight, meaning the jags basically have no chance.

Dolph N.Fan
11-08-2012, 07:27 PM
OR or....Miami could have just taken care of the Colts themselves.

illscriptures
11-08-2012, 07:33 PM
Colts are gonna whoop the jags. They are legit. Look what they did to us.

Dolph N.Fan
11-08-2012, 07:36 PM
Colts are gonna whoop the jags. They are legit. Look what they did to us.


A "legit" team wouldn't be the Jags' only win right now.

AphexPhin
11-08-2012, 07:36 PM
the Colts will most likely roll but here's hoping the Jags have the game of their life tonight

CorduroyG
11-08-2012, 07:42 PM
letdown game for the colts. just like after they had that huge emotional win at home against the packers, then laid an egg the following week against the jets. huge emotional win at home against miami, then a stinker against the jags. this will be a close game.

DphinBillkiller
11-08-2012, 07:45 PM
Go Jags! :hump:

CorduroyG
11-08-2012, 07:51 PM
I understand why we'd want to root for the colts to lose but when you need to root for a 5-3 team to lose so you have a chance to make the playoffs, it only means one thing. You won't go far in the playoffs if you even get there. Not trying to be negative. I know we could be 6-2 or even 7-1 but we're not and there's a good reason for it. Our talent level is not that high yet. I know Carps costed us those games but it should not had to come to that. We had our chances to put games away and we didn't and that was against teams that are not all that good.We're going to be playing some pretty good teams soon and we'll have to prove we can actually beat those teams or else, it won't matter what other teams do.

Ozzy rules!!

i hate this way of thinking. who cares if we wont go far in the playoffs, its better than not making it right? considering we were supposed to be 1 of the worst teams in the league, making the playoffs would be an enormous accomplishment, even if we lose 62-7 in the wild card game. plus this is what makes football fun, being right in the thick of the playoff hunt, having interest in a bunch of different games knowing each game has playoff implications for your team. this time last year we wouldnt give a flying f.uck about tonite's game. sure it would be nice to be 7-1 but we're not, most teams arent, hence we'll be rooting for teams we're battling for a playoff spot to lose. we're not the only team rooting for the jaguars tonite, do all those teams have no shot to get far in the playoffs too?

TheWarriorFins
11-08-2012, 07:53 PM
OR or....Miami could have just taken care of the Colts themselves.
Or we can stop dwelling on things and even if we beat them we still would've been rooting for the jags

Danny
11-08-2012, 07:58 PM
i hate this way of thinking. who cares if we wont go far in the playoffs, its better than not making it right? considering we were supposed to be 1 of the worst teams in the league, making the playoffs would be an enormous accomplishment, even if we lose 62-7 in the wild card game. plus this is what makes football fun, being right in the thick of the playoff hunt, having interest in a bunch of different games knowing each game has playoff implications for your team. this time last year we wouldnt give a flying f.uck about tonite's game. sure it would be nice to be 7-1 but we're not, most teams arent, hence we'll be rooting for teams we're battling for a playoff spot to lose. we're not the only team rooting for the jaguars tonite, do all those teams have no shot to get far in the playoffs too?

If you're talking about the teams that have a similar record as ours, then no, I don't think they have much of a chance. Having said that, I know that a team can get on a roll at the right time and win it all. Believe me, I dream about it as much as the next guy but I'm trying to be realistic too. I never said I want the jags to lose. What I'm saying is I'd rather us take care of business instead of hoping another team will beat a team for us that we couldn't beat ourselfs.

Ozzy rules!!

TheWarriorFins
11-08-2012, 08:01 PM
I understand why we'd want to root for the colts to lose but when you need to root for a 5-3 team to lose so you have a chance to make the playoffs, it only means one thing. You won't go far in the playoffs if you even get there. Not trying to be negative. I know we could be 6-2 or even 7-1 but we're not and there's a good reason for it. Our talent level is not that high yet. I know Carps costed us those games but it should not had to come to that. We had our chances to put games away and we didn't and that was against teams that are not all that good.We're going to be playing some pretty good teams soon and we'll have to prove we can actually beat those teams or else, it won't matter what other teams do.

Ozzy rules!!

Getting to the playoffs alone would be an accomplishment you speak like if we're some perennial playoff team and bold is complete bull**** and holds no weight in it. Once you're in the playoffs anything can happen, it's like packers who took caere of business in the regular season and the falcons right now. Just because you have a great record heading into the playoffs doesn't mean you're going to win it all and upsets won't happen

Czonka39
11-08-2012, 08:09 PM
Colts pass rusher Mathas out tonight

TheWarriorFins
11-08-2012, 08:11 PM
If you're talking about the teams that have a similar record as ours, then no, I don't think they have much of a chance. Having said that, I know that a team can get on a roll at the right time and win it all. Believe me, I dream about it as much as the next guy but I'm trying to be realistic too. I never said I want the jags to lose. What I'm saying is I'd rather us take care of business instead of hoping another team will beat a team for us that we couldn't beat ourselfs.

Ozzy rules!!
No **** we wished we could of beat the colts but we didn't. If you get to the playoffs you took care of business period and usually every season teams are always rooting for others to win/lose near the end of the season

OyeDale305
11-08-2012, 08:21 PM
I think running back jennings is going to be big tonight.. lets all hope lol

luduporcu
11-08-2012, 08:28 PM
Getting to the playoffs alone would be an accomplishment you speak like if we're some perennial playoff team and bold is complete bull**** and holds no weight in it. Once you're in the playoffs anything can happen, it's like packers who took caere of business in the regular season and the falcons right now. Just because you have a great record heading into the playoffs doesn't mean you're going to win it all and upsets won't happen

Amen. Didn't N.E. lose just 1 game recently--i.e., the SB? And wasn't the NY GIANTS' record that year pretty unspectacular...until the end of the season and the Playoffs?

whizafriz
11-08-2012, 08:39 PM
Playoff picture or not, being a Jags fan for a night is a seriously filthy One Night Stand.

Hayden Fox
11-08-2012, 08:42 PM
I am so happy NFLN has hours of highlights from last week's game for all of Luck's 3rd down pick ups.

DolfanDuBbZ~
11-08-2012, 09:06 PM
This team is a few pieces short of being a legit playoff team. And rooting for another team to do what MIA should have done themselves isn't in my DNA. Realistic expectations and tempered expectations make for a good season at this point.

I could care less who wins tonight. I'm more worried about the game on Sunday.

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Amen. Didn't N.E. lose just 1 game recently--i.e., the SB? And wasn't the NY GIANTS' record that year pretty unspectacular...until the end of the season and the Playoffs?



Your seriously not trying to compare Eli Manning and the Giants to the Tannehill led Phins?

KingDolphin57
11-08-2012, 10:21 PM
Sorry but Luck has been an interception machine this year , if not for the refs bailing him out he would have 10 td 9 int. Think if Miami played the ball better last week. I don't know , I know he is a rookie ,and I like the kid but he has to show me more. Some rave about Luck but his numbers pale when compared to RG3's.

ANUFan
11-08-2012, 10:23 PM
I am so happy NFLN has hours of highlights from last week's game for all of Luck's 3rd down pick ups.

What did you notice about them?

Kdawg954
11-08-2012, 10:26 PM
I just think it is too early to be playoff watching . . . I mean seriously what good does it do if we don't take care of our own business? In 2008, we had all of these threads about playoff scenarios and in the end, ONE loss would have cooked us . . . but we handled our business and won our last 5 games and 9 of our last 10 . . . that is how you make the playoffs, not losing a game and then hoping this team and that team lost . . . certainly not with 8 games left.

SSnowman
11-08-2012, 10:29 PM
If they don't review this TD, it's clear the NFL wants the Colts to win.

D-Rock
11-08-2012, 10:30 PM
the refs are just giving the colts the game

Kdawg954
11-08-2012, 10:31 PM
Sorry but Luck has been an interception machine this year , if not for the refs bailing him out he would have 10 td 9 int. Think if Miami played the ball better last week. I don't know , I know he is a rookie ,and I like the kid but he has to show me more. Some rave about Luck but his numbers pale when compared to RG3's.

The fact that you are quoting his stats as your #1 reason for saying he needs to show you more says more about your QB evaluating ability rather than Luck's ability as a QB. If you didn't see that was a special QB on the field on Sunday . . . hell I can't help you. Use your eyes and not numbers and realize that Luck put that team on his back and won that game for the Colts on Sunday.

CChambers84
11-08-2012, 10:32 PM
Looks like Luck is the NFLs new golden boy..what a shame, we could of had him..

mrbunglez
11-08-2012, 10:32 PM
I hope the colts do it make it to the playoffs and get hammered by the steelers or texans.

Ilovemyfins4eva
11-08-2012, 10:41 PM
well so much for this. the jags r ****ing awful, there was never really much of a chance of the jags winning tonight ( yes i know they beat indy week 2, but indy has been much improved since then)

look at it this way. while the colts losing obviously can never hurt us, as long as we take care of our own business we will be in the playoffs ( 1 game back of pats with 2 head to head left). we technically control our own destiny, its in our hands.

yes i hope indy loses games, but looking at that sched, they r almost a lock for 9 games,

KingDolphin57
11-08-2012, 10:44 PM
The fact that you are quoting his stats as your #1 reason for saying he needs to show you more says more about your QB evaluating ability rather than Luck's ability as a QB. If you didn't see that was a special QB on the field on Sunday . . . hell I can't help you. Use your eyes and not numbers and realize that Luck put that team on his back and won that game for the Colts on Sunday.I know it's not all about the numbers , but from what I see and keep in mind I wanted us to get Luck. He is playing average and any Qb could have broke the rookie record against Miami's soft coverage. We knew he would pass and we play off all day , gimme a break. I'm looking at him play ,not the hype and he lobs the ball up for grabs alot. It's obvious to me that there's a push by the suits for him to win rook of the year. Maybe u think he's the greatest qb ever , but To me he's getting the benefit of doubt and alot of help tonight from the refs.

SSnowman
11-08-2012, 10:49 PM
2nd Int from Luck tonight.

KingDolphin57
11-08-2012, 10:51 PM
Wats up kdawg he doesn't lobb it?

Kdawg954
11-08-2012, 10:53 PM
Wats up kdawg he doesn't lobb it?

:lol: why are you in here nitpicking every pass? Did you not watch Eli Manning on Sunday? No QB makes the perfect pass on every throw so I don't understand the point you are trying to make.

Once again, if you are basing your Andrew Luck analysis off numbers and not your eyes and realize that this "rookie" is well beyond his years . . . hell I once again can't help you.

KingDolphin57
11-08-2012, 10:55 PM
My analysis is just fine thank u.

Kdawg954
11-08-2012, 10:59 PM
My analysis is just fine thank u.

Sure, says the person who thinks Luck is an INT machine (as a rookie, when Peyton Manning threw 28 INT's), says he has to show you more because his numbers aren't as good as RGIII, yet you fail to look at the most important number, which is wins and losses . . . where he trumps all rookie QB's . . . and it's not like he has a dominating defense or running game.

KingDolphin57
11-08-2012, 11:07 PM
He has been an int machine so far . Not saying he can't get better . You crown him if you want .

Stloc
11-09-2012, 01:23 AM
He has been an int machine so far . Not saying he can't get better . You crown him if you want .
9 INTs in 9 games.. on pace for 16... How is that "INT machine"? Peyton averaged 1 INT a game in 09 and '10.. was he an INT machine too?

Dolph N.Fan
11-09-2012, 06:34 AM
Or we can stop dwelling on things and even if we beat them we still would've been rooting for the jags


Please, if Miami would have beaten Indy no one would be worried about that jags game even if Indy had lost...but now you guys were "dwelling" on a pathetic Jags team to upset Indy.