Colts move to 6-0 with win over Redskins

Colts move to 6-0 with win over Redskins

There are 11 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Oct 22, 2006, titled Colts move to 6-0 with win over Redskins. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

Quarterback Peyton Manning completed 7-of-8 passes for 138 yards and three touchdowns during a torrid third quarter that carried the Indianapolis Colts to a 36-22 victory over Washington on Sunday at the RCA ...

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From Dennis Fox

AOL

#1 Oct 22, 2006
We wish we could see again on TV and wish it was not blacked out in our area we love the Colts game we are from Mount Pleasant Michigan we believe that colts will go all the way we wish we could see a live game in
Indianaplois,Inana goal colts we wish the best to Colts and we wish maiming
good luck.
Mike Vander

United States

#2 Oct 22, 2006
The Redskins are a dirty team and I hope they loose the rest of their games. I also hope the NFL looks at the personal fouls and suspends a few players. Four personal fouls in a very short amount of time?! Way to go Colts. The train is gaining more momentum and the "Skins" will be watching the Colts in the playoffs from their couches.
The scary hits on Manning made a point. We don't have a good backup if he is hurt. Pittsburg has Batch (did a good job even with the loss) and we don't have anyone close to help.
Finally, Edgerin James who?:) He is also going to be on the sidelines with the sad excuse of the team he is on.
Mike
bill

Jeffersonville, OH

#3 Oct 22, 2006
Indiana University. At least the Indystar got it right.
Damon

Nashville, TN

#4 Oct 22, 2006
This team isn't ready for a SB run. Manning is tough, tougher then that defense of Indy's. They look like an High School Defense up there. LOL
Damon

Nashville, TN

#5 Oct 22, 2006
Manning is one tough SOB, but he is in the same situation that Lebron James is in, great player playing with a team who doesn't address the neccesary pieces in a logical way. I believe that Manning will never win a SB in Indy as long as Polian and Dungy are at the helm. People can say what they want, but they haven't done it yet with these two in charge and they won't. They keep drafting these undersized defensive guys for all the positions. You only need speed in certain areas and one area is NOT defensive tackle. I think they'd be better if they had McFarland and Simon playing side by side cause those two take up alot of space.
Voice of Reason

Latonia, KY

#6 Oct 22, 2006
Gee Damon, thanks for the double post. I guess you're so full of the right information it took two attempts to get it all out, right?

So, what problem did you have with the Colts D today? Certainly looks like the addition of McFarland solidified our unit against the run pretty well, considering we pretty much shut down an elite back in Portis. I guess we'll see about if we win it all this year, but 6-0 isn't something I'm complaining about.

I'd also like to note that the no-call on that first hit on Manning is the most egregious no-call I have ever seen in over 20 years of watching NFL football, and it was an absolute travesty. The quarterback is supposed to be protected from these musclebound idiots who know nothing about football except how to hurt people. How there was no flag on the play was beyond me, but heads should certainly roll for that one. In my opinion, the entire officiating crew should be suspended, as well as the offending player; it was THAT ridiculous and dirty of a hit. I've never seen anything like it.
Jared

United States

#7 Oct 22, 2006
Men is a tough be act like men. He is always tough guy. He is not a baby.
Mike Vander

United States

#8 Oct 22, 2006
It was one of the worst refereed games I have ever seen. They were holding Freeney all night long!

What a disgrace.

Mike
damon

Nashville, TN

#9 Oct 23, 2006
I'm just wondering who'll be knocking off this team in the playoffs? I bet every playoff team in the AFC will be hoping to play the Colts...
nickro

Crystal Bay, NV

#10 Oct 23, 2006
peyton should not have to suffer more, nor should the refs permit this to occur. penalize the defense, evict the players from this and the following game and fine them two games pay. a message will have been sent.
Chasity Ridder

Wichita, KS

#11 Oct 24, 2006
GO COLTS!!!! YOU GUYS ROCK!!!

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