Harrison sits out another practice

Harrison sits out another practice

There are 38 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Nov 2, 2007, titled Harrison sits out another practice. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

Marvin Harrison missed practice Thursday, making his availability for the Indianapolis Colts' Sunday showdown with the New England Patriots uncertain.

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FoxboroJohn

Winchester, MA

#22 Nov 2, 2007
Think about it...would you want to go out on the field against the Patriots this Sunday ???
I know all of you ponies fans want the ponies to win but wishing does not help as we all know...
All The Way With Peyton

AOL

#23 Nov 2, 2007
No matter how I feel about the Colts because I am a Baltimore Fan I must say that Peyton Manning is next to the greatest quarterback ever John Unitas. I wish we could take Peyton away from Indy like they took our team. Peyton Manning is a class act and deserves to wear two rings on his finger Good Luck Peyton and show them Pat's who is boss, Also do it for Johnny.
Yep

United States

#25 Nov 2, 2007
FoxboroJohn wrote:
Think about it...would you want to go out on the field against the Patriots this Sunday ???
I know all of you ponies fans want the ponies to win but wishing does not help as we all know...
I'd love to go against the Pats this Sunday. I'm 5'7" and 160 lbs and I'd be the toughest opponent they've faced so far.
Dude

Troy, MI

#26 Nov 2, 2007
All The Way With Peyton wrote:
I wish we could take Peyton away from Indy like they took our team.
Baltimore fans need to get over that. Mainly because the Colts belong to the Irsay family, not Baltimore, not Indianapolis. They weren't taken from anybody... they relocated their headquarters. It's something any businessman is more than welcome to do at any time. Yes, I would hate it if they left Indy. But that doesn't make them "ours."
Dude

Troy, MI

#27 Nov 2, 2007
What's the scoop on Ben Watson? Will he be playing this week?
Yep

United States

#29 Nov 2, 2007
All The Way With Peyton wrote:
No matter how I feel about the Colts because I am a Baltimore Fan I must say that Peyton Manning is next to the greatest quarterback ever John Unitas. I wish we could take Peyton away from Indy like they took our team. Peyton Manning is a class act and deserves to wear two rings on his finger Good Luck Peyton and show them Pat's who is boss, Also do it for Johnny.
But what if he doesn't want to play for the Browns ... er, um, I mean Ravens.
joebachi

Las Vegas, NV

#30 Nov 2, 2007
I hope Harrison plays. That way you Indianapolis Donkey fans will have no excuses to bitch about come Sunday night after the loss! Hee Haww!!
Colts fan

United States

#31 Nov 2, 2007
joebachi wrote:
I hope Harrison plays. That way you Indianapolis Donkey fans will have no excuses to bitch about come Sunday night after the loss! Hee Haww!!
Good one, numb****!!!
joebachi

Las Vegas, NV

#32 Nov 2, 2007
Colts fan wrote:
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Good one, numb****!!!
That's it....That's your comeback?? Pretty lame.

You should re-think calling somebody else numb****!! Hee Haw!!
Colts fan

United States

#34 Nov 2, 2007
joebachi wrote:
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That's it....That's your comeback?? Pretty lame.
You should re-think calling somebody else numb****!! Hee Haw!!
Your idiotic comments are comeback enough, I don't need to say much more than that, numb****!!
joebachi

Las Vegas, NV

#35 Nov 2, 2007
ABATE Biker...

7 points on an interception with the BACKUP QB in the game.

7 points on garbage time drive with 3 minutes left in the game.

14 legit points. Not good against the Fins.

You also fail to mention that they beat Dallas when they were undefeated and rated the #1 scoring offense in the NFL and they beat the Chargers and held Tomlinson to 40 or so yards. Lets see how the Donkeys do against him next week.

Two better teams than anyone the Donkeys have defeated this season.

So DOG-BALLS, get your crying towel ready!!
former hoosier

Ward, AL

#36 Nov 2, 2007
joebachi wrote:
You also fail to mention that they beat Dallas when they were undefeated and rated the #1 scoring offense in the NFL and they beat the Chargers and held Tomlinson to 40 or so yards.
hey joebachi, you fail to mention that the Chargers were abysmal in September.

For goodness sake, they got spanked by the Chiefs!
COLTS FAN

Delaware, OH

#37 Nov 2, 2007
The Pats Fan wanted to know where the strip clubs were in Indy. Tell him to ask Brady's girlfriend!
Dave

Brandon, FL

#38 Nov 2, 2007
Nobody needs to get worked up about this game. It's just another routine win for the Colts. They're unbeatable, especially at the RCA Dome. That's what everyone I've talked to in Tampa believes. And, it will be proven Sunday.
Keith Smith

Plainfield, NJ

#39 Nov 2, 2007
Hey if Harrison isn't going to play, people the colt don't have a chance! The colts need to put Harrison on Injury reserve and go get a wide receiver! Harrison is more hurt than we know!
Old Roy

Louisville, KY

#40 Nov 2, 2007
Harrison? Who cares, we just locked up Sorgi as our back up. Look at the pats back up, cassel, what a joke!
jctom3

AOL

#41 Nov 3, 2007
Lets go Colts wrote:
Anyone else have a sick feeling in their stomach about Marvin? Something isnt right here. You dont miss 4 weeks with a bruised knee. Maybe with an MCL sprain, but not a bruise.
Marvin always has huge games against the Pats, so hopefully they are just playing games with the Pats and their injuries. I dont like the thought of having to put Gonzalez out there because Bellicheat will completely take away Reggie if that happens. Everyone knows he likes to take away your #1 option and force you to go to #2 or #3.#2 isnt bad in Dallas Clark, but then there is a huge fall off to Gonzalez and Utecht and Moorehead.
I am praying that I hear Marvin practiced fully today later this evening.
I agree with you that it is a huge fall off to Gonzalez because of his inexperience,Utecht because he put the ball on the ground,and Moorehead who isn't physical.If Marvin can't play I will put my money on Gonzalez.
meka

United States

#42 Nov 20, 2007
james wrote:
harrison injury will bother him to whole year, we should trade harrison now. Reggie Wayne is better, and Peyton Manning doesn't look his direction in games anyways.
First of all you are crazy,Harrison is waaaaay better than Wayne,Harrison has broken many records,yeah he got hurt but never in a million years would they trade Harrison not even in your pathetic life!

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