Session's big return is wasted

Session's big return is wasted

There are 34 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Nov 11, 2007, titled Session's big return is wasted. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

Clint Session was winded and seeking oxygen on the Indianapolis Colts' sideline Sunday at the end of the first quarter of the Colts' 23-21 loss to San Diego at Qualcomm Stadium.

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Mookie

Orlando, FL

#21 Nov 12, 2007
Yankeesrule wrote:
Yikes, is this what it's like in looserville?? I have never seen so many excuses over a couple of losses. Manning sucked last night, Viniteri was worse, and Dungy makes three. Accept it and move on. You will be lucky to host a playoff game this year. You have 2 division teams in your rear view mirror. I'd worry about them if I were you.
Pats get 6 free games a year playing in the weakest division in the league. Colts have to play contenders week in and week out. Let's see you've already played Miami Dade High School. Who is up next? Okay, so you beat the Colts, but it was a contest and not the rout you and media said it would be. You were fortunate to win. The Colts had a very bad night last night, and still could and should have won. So, why don't you go home to your own forums and gloat with all of your other pompous buddies? Pats fans have got to be the worst in the league!
anonymous

Abingdon, VA

#22 Nov 12, 2007
Dr Stevens wrote:
I am a child psychologist and have been asked by the Indianapolis Star to conduct a psychological profile on Patswin, Patsfan1969, Patriot Bob and Patsfanbob who the Star has determined are the same individual, a young man between the ages of 13 and 16. The Star made the request because certain elements of his posts would indicate that there are some severe problems being suffered by this individual relating to his childhood which is producing extremely low self esteem that was likely triggered by rejection. The Star is concerned that they may have some liability if this individual commits suicide or suffers other severe emotional behavior resulting in injury to others. Please do not respond negatively to these posts. Due to sexual abuse by his father and older brothers, likely learning that his Mother, who left him when he was an infant, was a very active, HIV carrying prostitute and that his sisters are carrying on this occupation and disease, he is on the verge of suffering a massive breakdown. His penchant for being such an active defender of the New England Patriots results from his need to be involved in some way in manly activities because of his obvious homosexual tendencies and by trying to associate himself with the football team he thinks these tendencies will become less obvious. Please do not provoke this individual by responding to his posts or encouraging him in any way due to the dramatic instability in his life. If you do, the Indianapolis Star is not responsible for the results that may occur.
hahahahahahaha this is rich. but the entire bunch of patriots supporters seem to be suicidal. by any chnace if newengland loses they will all commit suicide for they will feel that the world has ended and life as they know it has suddenly ceased. but thats a funny post.
Colts45

Fairmont, WV

#23 Nov 12, 2007
Mookie wrote:
1. It was a very, very poor performance by the officiating crew!
2. The Colts MUST fire their Special Teams Coach. Now! Enough is enough! There is no way that a team with this much talent should consistently be this bad on Special Teams! Take out the two TD's the Colts give up on Special Teams and add even one of the missed FG's, and still, in spite of 6 interceptions, the Colts win 24-9. Think about it, the defense isn't giving up points...they're all coming from Special Teams and from Offensive miscues.
Amen brother! The Colts' Special teams has sucked for a few years now, do you remember the opening kick off in the Super Bowl last year? We won the game, so nobody has talked about it, but that should have never happened. Also last week, in the 4th Quarter with a lead, they gave up a key punt return to NE (Welker ran it back I think) which ultimately resulted in Brady's final TD drive. They consistently shoot the Colts in the foot, they absolutely can not cover kicks or punts and now can't make FGs either. The special Teams coach MUST be fired, period!!
Tobin

Ridgefield, CT

#24 Nov 12, 2007
Not so much fun when the zebras aren't backing your team, is it Indy?
SUPER BOWL TO TIDY BOWL

Bringhurst, IN

#25 Nov 12, 2007
Dude, the entire Dolts lineup should have been getting oxygen. For YEARS now.
ColtsRepeat08

Indianapolis, IN

#26 Nov 13, 2007
SUPER BOWL TO TIDY BOWL wrote:
Dude, the entire Dolts lineup should have been getting oxygen. For YEARS now.
Why is that? Seems like they won the super bowl without any problems last year.
Batboy

United States

#27 Nov 13, 2007
SUPER BOWL TO TIDY BOWL wrote:
Dude, the entire Dolts lineup should have been getting oxygen. For YEARS now.
It's obvious you HAVEN'T been getting oxygen for years...too much pot as a youth?
Raymond

United States

#28 Nov 13, 2007
Colts45 wrote:
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Amen brother! The Colts' Special teams has sucked for a few years now, do you remember the opening kick off in the Super Bowl last year? We won the game, so nobody has talked about it, but that should have never happened. Also last week, in the 4th Quarter with a lead, they gave up a key punt return to NE (Welker ran it back I think) which ultimately resulted in Brady's final TD drive. They consistently shoot the Colts in the foot, they absolutely can not cover kicks or punts and now can't make FGs either. The special Teams coach MUST be fired, period!!
I whole-heartedly agree. Dungy must step up as the head coach and fire his Special Teams coach NOW!! Firing an assitance coach may get his player's attention to let them know that lack of performance will NOT be tolerated. Last Sunday night was NOT an isolated game, the special teams has been horrible since last year. I mean, I haven't seen such lethargic tackling efforts on punt and kick off teams since Junior Varsity. Unfortunately, I do not live in Indianapolis, put if I did, I would be calling in all the sports talk shows I could, DEMANDING that the Special Teams coach go NOW!
Both the offensive and defensive units deserve better.
Colts45

Fairmont, WV

#29 Nov 20, 2007
Raymond wrote:
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I whole-heartedly agree. Dungy must step up as the head coach and fire his Special Teams coach NOW!! Firing an assitance coach may get his player's attention to let them know that lack of performance will NOT be tolerated. Last Sunday night was NOT an isolated game, the special teams has been horrible since last year. I mean, I haven't seen such lethargic tackling efforts on punt and kick off teams since Junior Varsity. Unfortunately, I do not live in Indianapolis, put if I did, I would be calling in all the sports talk shows I could, DEMANDING that the Special Teams coach go NOW!
Both the offensive and defensive units deserve better.
Yep, you are correct. They're almost better off just kicking it out of bounds.
skidrow wilson

United States

#30 Nov 20, 2007
Colts45 wrote:
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Yep, you are correct. They're almost better off just kicking it out of bounds.
I absolutely....unequivocally... agree...now Git errr done....
Redskins For Life

Fairmont, WV

#31 Nov 20, 2007
skidrow wilson wrote:
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I absolutely....unequivocally... agree...now Git errr done....
I'd like to get you done...Hide behind your keyboard you coward.
Jed

Florence, KY

#32 Nov 20, 2007
Yankeesrule wrote:
Yikes, is this what it's like in looserville?? I have never seen so many excuses over a couple of losses. Manning sucked last night, Viniteri was worse, and Dungy makes three. Accept it and move on. You will be lucky to host a playoff game this year. You have 2 division teams in your rear view mirror. I'd worry about them if I were you.
Man - you nailed it. Hoosiers seem to love to gripe abouyt everythins.
skidrow wilson

United States

#33 Nov 20, 2007
Redskins For Life wrote:
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I'd like to get you done...Hide behind your keyboard you coward.
Football is all right as a game for rough girls but is hardly suitable for delicate boys.
skidrow wilson

United States

#34 Nov 20, 2007
Redskins For Life wrote:
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I'd like to get you done...Hide behind your keyboard you coward.
...by the way... your dossier is growing by leaps and bounds...good luck

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