Discussion in 'Miami Dolphins Forum' started by CRIOS, Nov 1, 2012.
Dolphins win by two touchdowns!
Dolphins 72, Colts 0
Can you explain how the colts can win? I don't see any chance
You will not score 24 on our defense dream on Dolt fan. You will probably get 17 maybe. This is going to be a close game. 23 - 17 Dolphins.
A Colts fan: What else is he/she gonna post?
I give him/her a double eyes roll over smilie. :rolleyes2: :rolleyes2:
Dolphins 24 Colts 13
colts - 9
27 - 17 Phins!
17-6 Fins up!!!!
Dolphins 27 Colts 13
Another impressive road win 28-14...no fist pumps either
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I stooped predicting in threads three weeks ago............guess what I'm a superstitious man so why change my ways this game!!!!!!!!!
Colts have been in every home game and have 3-1 record at home.
Cake walk for us.......Far better team than the Colts. In fact going out the door I see only 2 losses. Team improving, believes in
system, "D" keeps us in every game + favorable schedule. Split with NE, 49er loss. Only caveat is the running game. If a tentative
running Bush goes down.........we have none. Bottom line we line up better than most of the teams we play.
I say, Phins win a tight one 23-20
31-17. The Colts have a terrible defense.
Dolphins 45 dolts 10
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Some of these scores are unrealistic lol. Miami controls the clock and run for 150+. 23-19
If we really are what we say we are, we win this with no trouble. 30-14
What's unrealistic about 72-0?
It could happen.
27-13 fins up!
Good Score!! :up:
Aside of colors, I think this should be a close win for Miami Dolphins.
Andrew Luck will have to prove his worth on Sunday as Dolphins' defense won't allow important running yards nor big plays.
Also this could be the game where Luck plays like the rookie he is, being under pressure all day long.
On the other side Ryan Tannehill won't be rushed to play so he won't start unless he's full recovered, so it's pretty probable Matt Moore will be under center.
Any of them will have a nice day because Indianapolis won't be able to stop the run like previous opponents have, creating better chances to throw.
That said Lucas Oil Stadium will be a great help for Colts because of the noise and good football IQ from fans. Unlike other stadiums like Dallas or Arizona, Indy has passionate fans that know when to scream and when to be quiet.
This is going to be a good game to watch, enjoy it.
Dolphins 17 - 7 Colts
Your 72 prediction reflexes Andy Luck will have the most unlucky day of his life.
Thus because Miami won't pass for several 40+ yards passes to humiliate its opponent, nor avoid running to kill the clock.
So let's say Indianapolis underestimates Miami and find themselves in a similar situation than Jets last Sunday with 28-0 score at halftime.
So Luck trying to make a great come back is force to throw in thigh windows, resulting in 5-6 picks each of them for TD (most of them on the second half). That plus a sack in the end zone for a safety.
So being realistic, Indy won't underestimate Dolphins, will try to create a close score and surely will react on the second half, closing with at least a TD just like Jets did.
I'll say 23-6 Miami. Miami's defense is just too good and our team is just plain better. BUT, the Colts ARE 3-1 at home. We come out as fired up against them as we did the Jets, we should win this one easily. If we're looking ahead, we could be looking at a let down.
23 dolphins colts 17
close one but a big pick late in the 4th seals the win for us
Doubt its a blow out either way
Also if the colt fan comes to this forum and predicts his team will win by a TD, I see no reason to crap on him or his post
I'm also not sure where this "There's no possible way the colts can win" thing came from. All it takes is a couple batted balls that are turned into picks or blocked kick, something freakish. That terrible D held Tennessee to 13 points last week on the road. The colts have already pulled a miracle out against GB down big at home earlier this season. Luck is proving to be a crunch time QB. Mathis is back. There's a ton of reasons to believe Miami can handle the colts, and I believe they should. But that doesn't mean they will. Hopefully we can come up with a stout complimentitive game in which all 3 aspects of the game benefit each other. Build upon a huge win of your division rival, play well on the road again, and I can see the confidence level being high enough to keep this streak going.
I feel confident, especially after reading the predictions here, that we will dominate the Colts as we did the Jets last Sunday!
To me, this is a battle between a Miami team that seems to have 10 different ways to win versus a Colts team that keeps it relatively simple but is really clutch when the result is on the line.
Very difficult to say who will prevail, but I would shade the Fins on the basis that we are incredibly hard to game plan for right now. You have a plan for Reggie and we give it to Thomas, you have a plan for Hartline and we give it to Bess or Moore or Gaffney. Our looks and blitz packages are numerous and they vary from game to game. Guys like Vernon appearing from nowhere. Nolan Carroll goes from target to concern for their OC. You just know that we're going to get a big play from Clay or Shelby or JTrain this weekend, because everyone wants in on the party.
Every time we win its a different route to the line. Indy doesnt even know which QB will start. They're now spending valuable training time worying about the onside kick, the punt block, the field goal protection, batted balls, the coin toss.
Different players stepping up, different packages working, different personnel formations, different trick plays. It is not easy to play the Fins right now and that is our big advantage.
Colts 35 Dolphins 17.
I could not of said it any better. Absolutely!
Thanks for that. I really believe our win streak is set to continue for a few more games, or at least that our losses in the next 5-6 games will be no more than 1 or 2. I believe that purely because we're a new phenomenon and we are very hard to pin down tactically.
That will wear off, I believe, coincidentally as we face the better teams who'll have more game film to study and the players to think through and react to what we throw at them. So, we need to make hay while we are a bit of an enigma and I believe we will do that on Sun ,though not by much.
24-21...it won't be easy...robert mathis is coming back..this team plays very hard at home..they got great fans..they are playing with emotion now that they have luck and the coaches illness..watch out for former cane reggie wayne this guy runs now about a 4.77 but he gets open on anyone and has great hands..watch out for ty hilton...this guy plays fast and has good hands and he has a chip on his shoulders cause he wanted to play for the fins..it won't be easy guys i see matt moore starting and tannehill coming in relief..luck does not throw a bad ball so the only way to get interceptions is for a tip in the line..it won't be easy both teams are coming in with confidence..
wow you will need to throw me that brew if the colts do beat miami.
Miami-24 colts -21
Exactly NICK1 I have been saying the same thing.
gonna be a close ugly game, probably another OT loss