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Brad Wells of StampedeBlue.com loses his mind recapping the Colts improbable comeback win over the Packers.
If you followed my Twitter handle during the game, you saw more than a few emotional tweets throughout the Colts improbable comeback victory over the Packers, 30-27. Some of my greatest hits in the game included:
If the Packers score a TD on this drive, the game might be over.— Brad Wells (BBS) (@StampedeBlue) October 7, 2012
Dear Bruce: all scoring plays are reviewed. You don't need to challenge you moron.— Brad Wells (BBS) (@StampedeBlue) October 7, 2012
Four sacks in first half = starting Jeff Linkenbach at LG— Brad Wells (BBS) (@StampedeBlue) October 7, 2012
Then, the comeback started...
We got a ballgame! HOT DAMN! TD Luck— Brad Wells (BBS) (@StampedeBlue) October 7, 2012
Colts just took the lead over the Packers, and clearly my negative tweets are the reason way— Brad Wells (BBS) (@StampedeBlue) October 7, 2012
Then, Mason Crosby missed a 51-yard field goal attempt in the closing seconds, sealing the win for the Colts.
HAHAHAHAHA!!! #Chuckstrong— Brad Wells (BBS) (@StampedeBlue) October 7, 2012
What can I say? I'm an emotional fan, and this was a huge victory on many levels. However, none of these tweets actually shows you just how emotional I was after the game. We shot this video recap of Pack v. Colts at SBN Studios following the game. At about the 1:50 mark, I start to lose it. The recap becomes more me getting CRAZY EXCITED than a straight news piece.
It was one of the more fun recaps I've done. I hope you enjoy it. Go Colts
The Indianapolis Colts paid tribute to Chuck Pagano by storming back from a 21-3 deficit to defeat the Green Bay Packers 30-27 on Sunday afternoon in Indy. Andrew Luck played his best game as a pro, throwing for 2 TDs and over 350 yards, while Reggie Wayne turned in a monster game with 13 receptions for more than 200 yards receiving.
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