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Topic - Jerrell Freeman
When coach Chuck Pagano arrived home after Saturday's playoff victory, he tried to settle down. Instead, he settled in for the reality that the Colts aren't finished yet.
When coach Chuck Pagano arrived home after Saturday's playoff victory, he tried to settle down.
"Hey, he does it all. As long as we continue to get the ball to him, we know some kind of way he's going to put points on the board, that offense is going to get rolling," Freeman said, referring to Luck.
"That was a crazy one to say the least. It took a lot out of us," Freeman said. "That's what we always preach, go play from the first play to the last play. It was definitely exhausting, but it was a great win."