NEW COMMENTING SYSTEM TIPS
For those of you who preferred the old commenting system, we have some tips that should help make the game day thread more enjoyable or more familiar.
- If you change the ‘Sort By’ option to “Oldest,” you can read all the comments in chronological order, and the comment box moves to the bottom. If you leave it as “Newest”, the latest comments will appear at the top.
- If you’re using a computer, you can move down the comments using C, and move back up using shift-C by clicking once somewhere inside the comments area. This can also be used to ‘Load More’ comments.
- Under the ‘My Profile’ tab, you can keep track of replies to your comments.
- If you want to auto-show all images/GIFs/Tweets, you can opt into this under My Profile— Preferences
We hope this helps as Vox Media continues to work with Coral to recreate the commenting and community experience we had before the change. We appreciate all of your feedback and your continued support through this transition.
FIRST HALF THOUGHTS
Outside of a fumble by Jonathan Taylor that was returned for a touchdown, the Colts have to be pretty happy with the way the game is going. The defense has been able to get pressure on Lamar Jackson rushing only four and the unit’s speed has been on display. The Ravens have been unable to run the football and that has forced them out of their comfort zone.
The Colts offense has been more balanced, involving numerous pass catchers. The running game was moving pretty well until after Taylor’s fumble. If the Colts defense can continue to smother Jackson and the Ravens offense, Philip Rivers merely needs to make good decisions and Colts ball carriers need to take care of the ball to secure a big win.
Look for second half adjustments to make things look a bit different in the second half. The Colts defense needs to get the turnover back if at all possible, no better time than in the first drive of the second half.