Tough loss to take for Colts

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Reggie Wayne stared right through all those reporters. He wasn't bothered by the questions Sunday night.

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Mike

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I agree with Reggie. Losing isn't a big deal if it all fits into the priorities of the Colts organization. THey didn't plan to win all their games. THis works fine.
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hard loss for the fans also--gotta wonder if you didn't rest your starters would they have been more alert for the game?if they had gone undefeated till the bowl would they have had more fight? I'm not a coach so I don't know --WAIT till this year :(
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just me wrote:
hard loss for the fans also--gotta wonder if you didn't rest your starters would they have been more alert for the game?if they had gone undefeated till the bowl would they have had more fight? I'm not a coach so I don't know --WAIT till this year :(
http://www.manningface.com/

Still gloating with the outcome of the game, and will be for a long while. Only thing missing was a panoramic shot of all those arrogant Indy dotards with their blue eyeliner and makeup running down their faces, overcome with tears of sadness, dejection and sound defeat. Choke! Too funny!! Life is good!!!
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18andDumb wrote:
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http://www.manningface.com/
Still gloating with the outcome of the game, and will be for a long while. Only thing missing was a panoramic shot of all those arrogant Indy dotards with their blue eyeliner and makeup running down their faces, overcome with tears of sadness, dejection and sound defeat. Choke! Too funny!! Life is good!!!
Wait, wait, you don't even have to say it, your comments clearly expose you as another clueless, classless patriots fan AKA Colts hater. Jealously factor caused by the great Peyton Manning. You may be gloating at the outcome of this game, but I as well as most of the rest of the fans in the NFL are still giddy about the Giants smoking the patriots in their "undefeateded" season! JackA $$.
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The Saints have done us all a favor...saved us from another year of over exposure of Peyton Manning and all his tv commercials.
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Nice Breeze wrote:
The Saints have done us all a favor...saved us from another year of over exposure of Peyton Manning and all his tv commercials.
HAHAHAHAHAHA, too bad for you. He is a very marketable personality and will continue to be in many commercials on tv. Deal with the fact that he is the best quarterback in the league and just a genuinely nice guy, very marketable.
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Spygate wrote:
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Wait, wait, you don't even have to say it, your comments clearly expose you as another clueless, classless patriots fan AKA Colts hater. Jealously factor caused by the great Peyton Manning. You may be gloating at the outcome of this game, but I as well as most of the rest of the fans in the NFL are still giddy about the Giants smoking the patriots in their "undefeateded" season! JackA $$.
You seem to be living in the past sporto! Unfortunately, there is no vaccine against stupidity.
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HAHAHAHAHAHA, too bad for you. He is a very marketable personality and will continue to be in many commercials on tv. Deal with the fact that he is the best quarterback in the league and just a genuinely nice guy, very marketable.
I'm sure we'd all like to see things from your point of view, but those of us residing outside of the 01373 area code can't seem to get our heads that far up our ass.
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when your organization makes plans to throw a couple of games, winning isn't a priority.

and develpos a losing attitude. the Colts deserved to lose this game. They cheated the fans and the players out of 2 wins, it is only fitting that they lost the game they wanted to win.

The Colts didn't have winning in them.....but, then neither does the Colts organization.

Professional football doesn't need organizations that manipualte the system and pick and choose games to attempt to win.
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just me wrote:
hard loss for the fans also--gotta wonder if you didn't rest your starters would they have been more alert for the game?if they had gone undefeated till the bowl would they have had more fight? I'm not a coach so I don't know --WAIT till this year :(
What? "alert for the game"? Have you completely forgotten that they beat the Ravens and Jets in the playoffs?
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Tony wrote:
when your organization makes plans to throw a couple of games, winning isn't a priority.
and develpos a losing attitude. the Colts deserved to lose this game. They cheated the fans and the players out of 2 wins, it is only fitting that they lost the game they wanted to win.
The Colts didn't have winning in them.....but, then neither does the Colts organization.
Professional football doesn't need organizations that manipualte the system and pick and choose games to attempt to win.
I don't think you understand. The Colts are one of the best winning organizations in the NFL. Too much, apparently. They had secured home field (for the fans). It was time to pull the horses to prevent injury and play the second string under fire to gain valuable experience that might be critical in a playoff game.
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Rice wrote:
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You seem to be living in the past sporto! Unfortunately, there is no vaccine against stupidity.
If there was a vaccine, would belicheat have taken a shot after that brilliant "lets go for it" call on 4th against Manning & Co.
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Old GT wrote:
<quoted text> I don't think you understand. The Colts are one of the best winning organizations in the NFL. Too much, apparently. They had secured home field (for the fans). It was time to pull the horses to prevent injury and play the second string under fire to gain valuable experience that might be critical in a playoff game.
The Saints entered the game with a 133 record for the 2009 regular season, compared to the Colts' 142 record. In the playoff games, both teams placed first in their respective conferences. It was the first time since Super Bowl XXVIII (16 years previously) that both number one seeds have reached the Super Bowl.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Super_Bowl_XLIV

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Home field advantage in the Super Bowl alternates yearly between the NFC and AFC. In odd number Super Bowls, the NFC is the designated home team and in even number Super Bowls, the AFC is the designated home team. The designated home team gets to choose whether they want to wear their color jerseys or white jerseys.

http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Who_gets_home_field...
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Old GT wrote:
<quoted text> I don't think you understand. The Colts are one of the best winning organizations in the NFL. Too much, apparently. They had secured home field (for the fans). It was time to pull the horses to prevent injury and play the second string under fire to gain valuable experience that might be critical in a playoff game.
How did that plan work out in the Superbowl?
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Old GT wrote:
<quoted text> I don't think you understand. The Colts are one of the best winning organizations in the NFL. Too much, apparently. They had secured home field (for the fans). It was time to pull the horses to prevent injury and play the second string under fire to gain valuable experience that might be critical in a playoff game.
I don't think you understand. The second string's valuable experience wasn't any better than the first strings valuable experience when it came down to winning.

The Colts do not have a winning attitude to carry them through the entire season. They choke because of they do not want to win badly enough.

It's an intangible attribute that the Colt organization does not possess. The 2 games the organization decided ahead of time to give up on and accept losing were EXACTLY the 2 games the first string should have stayed in the game and done what needed to be done to win the games........
to do whatever it takes to be a winner.......
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Couldn't have happened at a better time. Lived in NOLA during the early days of the 'aints ('80's). After every game fans would pour out of the game into the French Quarter wearing their bags. They turned it into a badge of honor, having an unblemished losing record. The "laissez bon temps roulet" (let the good times roll) attitude lives on there. Under any circumstances they will find a reason to party. Wish I could be there for Mardi Gras. It will certainly be the greatest Mardi Gras celebration on record. Geaux 'aints!!!
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If there was a vaccine, would belicheat have taken a shot after that brilliant "lets go for it" call on 4th against Manning & Co.
True, and it seems to be getting worse as time goes on -- infectious I tell ya'. Kinda like "let's not go for it with Manning & Co." and instead go for a 51-yard field goal attempt with 10:39 remaining. Fooled the pants off all of us, taking Manning & Co. off the field and substituting him with kicker Matt Stover, the oldest player in Super Bowl history at age 42. Genius! Obviously a shortage of vaccine going around in Indy. Keep up the good work...
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Rabid Dog wrote:
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The Saints entered the game with a 133 record for the 2009 regular season, compared to the Colts' 142 record. In the playoff games, both teams placed first in their respective conferences. It was the first time since Super Bowl XXVIII (16 years previously) that both number one seeds have reached the Super Bowl.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Super_Bowl_XLIV
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Home field advantage in the Super Bowl alternates yearly between the NFC and AFC. In odd number Super Bowls, the NFC is the designated home team and in even number Super Bowls, the AFC is the designated home team. The designated home team gets to choose whether they want to wear their color jerseys or white jerseys.
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Who_gets_home_field...
Home field for the playoff and AFC Championship game.
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Nice Breeze wrote:
The Saints have done us all a favor...saved us from another year of over exposure of Peyton Manning and all his tv commercials.
Manning's commercials are really funny! Who wouldn't want to have beers with this guy? He could have handled the end of the game better, but losing sucks! He was probably furious at himself for throwing the interception!
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How did that plan work out in the Superbowl?
Tracy Porter made a great play.
The on-side kick was a gutsy call. Congrats to Coach Peyton. It took that kind of football to beat the Colts.
Because the Colts did everything they could to come into the game with everything they had.

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