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It's Always Sunny in Detroit:
If Sunday’s Lions last second loss to the Colts has left your system than this post isn’t for you. Here are the last four seconds followed by a minute and a half of Miss Colt Fan trolling everybody within earshot.
It’s incredible how 64,000 people can go limp and one squeaky lady can steal the glory in the blink of an eye – especially when it should have been assumed that the Lions’ defense would give up the game-losing score. Right? If you’re asking me to bet between Andrew Luck or the Lions defense, my money is going on Luck every single stinkin’ time.
Anyway, here is something to let your blood boil.
I’m surprised that this lady (and I use this term very very very loosely) didn’t get hit with a beer shower or have her Reggie Wayne jersey pulled over her head hockey-style. Shoot, at the very least she deserved a noogie.
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Week 13 was chock-full of intriging match-ups entering the week, and by the end of Sunday afternoon, the NFL proved why it is the most entertaining event going right now.Rookie Andrew Luck, led the Colts in the final seconds for a touchdown and another comeback win over the Detroit Liions. That marks the fifth time Luck has led the 8-4 Colts to victory after trailing in the fourth...
Andrew Luck took full advantage of his last shot to lead the Indianapolis Colts to a stunning victory.
Luck threw a 14-yard touchdown pass to Donnie Avery with no time left to lift the Colts to a 35-33 comeback win over the Detroit Lions on Sunday.
With the final seconds ticking away, the rookie quarterback moved up in the pocket and flipped a short pass to Avery. The receiver...
Andrew Luck scrambled a bit to his right, saw nobody open in the end zone and decided to take his chances.
He flipped the ball to Donnie Avery and hoped his 5-foot-11 receiver could win a race to the end zone.
''I had no choice but to score,'' Avery said. ''It was the slowest 11 yards that I ever felt like I ran.''
It may have felt like it took...
Colts rookie Andrew Luck hits Donnie Avery as time expires for the game winning touchdown.
391 Pass Yds, 4 TD for Luck in 35-33 win over Detroit.
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Andrew Luck and Donnie Avery got together on a 14-yard score on the final play of the game as the Indianapolis Colts shocked the Detroit Lions, 35-33, at Ford Field on Sunday.
The Colts (8-4) were down by 12 points late in the game, but went on two straight scoring drives that Luck capped with touchdown passes to help the team win for a sixth time in the past seven games.
In a day chock full of incredible finishes in the NFL, the Indianapolis Colts and rookie quarterback Andrew Luck faced a 4th&10 trailing the Detroit Lions by five with less than ten seconds to play.
Watch as Luck finds an open Donnie Avery for the game-winning touchdown:
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Andrew Luck threw a 14-yard touchdown pass to Donnie Avery with no time left to lift the Indianapolis Colts to a dramatic 35-33 comeback win over the Detroit Lions on Sunday.
With the final seconds ticking away, the rookie quarterback moved up in the pocket, flipped a short pass to Avery, and the receiver ran untouched into the end zone to complete a rally that started with Lions...
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