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  • #31
    Andrew Luck threw an interception in 11 of 16 regular season games in 2014. That's tied for the league lead in games with at least one INT. Luck is the only one of the "leaders" in this category -- Blake Bortles, Drew Brees and Philip Rivers are the others -- to advance to the postseason.

    The Colts' offense had at least one giveaway in 14 of 17 games this season -- 31 giveaways in regular season (T-29th in NFL).

    Last week, Luck passed Kurt Warner for most passing yards in first four postseason starts, 1,438 yards.

    Luck threw 11 TD passes of 20-plus air yards in 2014 (most in NFL), while Denver allowed 20.0 percent of 20-plus air yard passes to be completed in 2014 -- lowest percent in NFL.

    Daniel "Boom" Herron had 524 scrimmage yards the entire regular season -- 351 rush and 173 receiving yards. In the Wild Card round vs. the Bengals he had 12 rush for 56 yards and 10 receptions for 85 yards.

    T.Y. Hilton had seven 100-yard games this season. Five of Hilton's seven touchdowns this season came on the road. Also, five of Hilton's seven TDs this season were 25-plus-yard receptions. Hilton has had two career games vs. Denver: 7 receptions, 68 yards -- 7 receptions on 22 targets (31.8 reception percent).

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    • #32
      Demaryius Thomas is averaging 106.7 receiving YPG in his playoff career, which is the most in NFL history with a minimum of five games. Hilton is averaging 124.0 YPG in his four-game playoff career, which is the most in NFL history with a minimum of four games.

      The Colts' defense had the NFL's second best third-down defense during the regular season, allowing only 33.3 percent of conversions.

      Two of the three defenders with the NFL's lowest passer rating against this season will be lining up Sunday in Chris Harris Jr. (31.7) and Vontae Davis (39.8) (min. 50 targets).

      The Broncos' offense was most balanced in the month of December, rushing 48.2 percent of the time, as opposed to 36.9 percent in November.

      Denver allowed just 17 sacks this season (Fewest in NFL) -- 4 of top 5 in that category made the playoffs.

      C.J. Anderson's 648 rush yards since Week 12 leads the NFL.

      Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders combined for 3,023 receiving yards this season (third-most in NFL history for any receiving duo).

      Julius Thomas in Week 1 against the Colts had 7 receptions, for 104 yards and three touchdowns -- only career game with three TDs.

      The Broncos' defense ranked third in total yards this season, second in rushing yards allowed, 79.8, and ninth in passing yards, 225.4.

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      • #33
        If we win:
        1. Game day thread will be full of posts about how dumb Fox/Jdr/Gase are.

        If we lose:
        1. Game day thread will be full of posts about how dumb Fox/Jdr/Gase are.

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        • #34
          Refs letting them get dirty on the outside. DT has to man up and get physical!

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          • #35
            we win if we keep Luck in the pocket and hit him a few times.
            we lose if luck is able to escape into clear passing lanes.

            It's all about contain on Luck.

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            • #36
              More of the same. CJ will have a good game, JT will be a no-show, Sanders will make a great catch or two before he's concussed, DT will be robbed by one non-call, but will still get close to 100 yds. Manning will throw at least one pick, most likely the result of a deflection or blown route. The defense will set up a score. ~ 30 points.

              We'll get burned by passes to the TEs and RBs, a Luck scramble and a special teams gaff that will keep Indy in the game. ~ 24 points.

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              • #37
                This game will be pretty much like any other when it comes to who wins. Whoever wins at the LOS, which lines plays the best. I think the Broncos DL can handle the Colt OL just fine, though I do worry about who is covering the TE's and the Bronco LB's.

                The Bronco OL I am not sold on though. The Colts do not have a very good DL, so that helps. It would be nice if the Broncos can run the ball in this one and keep Luck off the field.

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                • #38
                  so...the Pats won with absolutely no run game...?

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                  • #39
                    I'll keep it real.

                    If we win, my happiness will be short lived knowing we have to go to NE. They overcame 2 different 14 point deficits to win that game in the end, as they always seem to do.

                    If we lose, Fox possibly gets fired. Elway focuses on Offensive Linemen and LB's in the draft. Maybe a Safety too.

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by Castinkas View Post
                      If we win:
                      1. Game day thread will be full of posts about how dumb Fox/Jdr/Gase are. The first post will be pre-game about a decision on a 3rd string Rb and a rookie Wr who hasn't seen the field most of the year.

                      If we lose:
                      1. Game day thread will be full of posts about how dumb Fox/Jdr/Gase are.
                      FYP

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