Colts notebook: Addai scored 3 touchd...

Colts notebook: Addai scored 3 touchdowns against Ravens

There are 14 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Dec 9, 2007, titled Colts notebook: Addai scored 3 touchdowns against Ravens. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

On a soggy Sunday night when the Indianapolis Colts made short work of the Baltimore Ravens, Joseph Addai 's smallest number on the statistics sheet meant the most.

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Zeke

Springfield, IL

#1 Dec 10, 2007
When we will we hear from our loud-mouth Baltimore friends? Indy didn't just take Cleveland's....er, YOUR team out behind the woodshed, they HUMILIATED THEM. Waiting....hello..hello..Balti more...are you there? OF COURSE NOT.
Sandy-a true Colts fan

Evansville, IN

#2 Dec 10, 2007
I truly believe the Ravens fans feel bad enough without the Colts fans rubbing it in. I think that the Ravens fans who still feel anger towards the Colts for leaving their town need to put all that energy into supporting their present team. How awful it must have been for their team to see their fans get up and leave before the first quarter ended. A true fan is one who is there to support the team through the bad times as well as the good.
football-fan

Saint Elmo, IL

#3 Dec 10, 2007
It was so nice seeing Addai throwing Gang signs in the endzone what a class act
marfia

United States

#4 Dec 10, 2007
Do we have the patriots attention now?
football-fan

Saint Elmo, IL

#5 Dec 10, 2007
the colts aren't even on the pats radar until they end up scheduled to play in the playoffs maybe the colts should focus on the teams they have to play instead of might plays
Louisville Colts

Bardstown, KY

#6 Dec 10, 2007
The NFL is designed to create parity. But, the Colts have ascended to the top by winning at least 10 games the last six years. As a longtime fan, I really appreciate watching the excellence in football execution, especially in light of watching so many bad seasons. These guys show up and give their best effort week in and week out, and not many teams in professional sports can say that.

Something about the Manning legacy has always bothered me, but Peyton has become a master through hard work, and you have to give him that. I appreciate the way he manages a game. There just aren't many QB's that can do that.

I also appreciate the way Dungy "calls off the dogs" when the game is well in hand. He gives valuable playing time to the second and third string players, and protects his star players. Very, very smart.

I love to see rookies and non-drafted free agents come to the Colts and make big plays. It says a lot about the organization to attract talent like that.

You won't hear people complaining about running up the score when Manning leaves in the 3rd quarter. NFL players have long memories. The Patriots' brash attitudes will eventually come back to slap them in their collective faces.

Since: Oct 07

Indianapolis

#7 Dec 10, 2007
football-fan wrote:
It was so nice seeing Addai throwing Gang signs in the endzone what a class act
I don't think they were gang signs. Addai has had a certain sign he does every time he scores. It has a personal meaning for him that he prefers not to share with the media. That's all there is to it.
Jon from the westside

United States

#8 Dec 10, 2007
football-fan:
Those aren't gang signs that Addai throws up, those are the digits for the area code of his home town--similar to Reggie Bush wearing "619" on his eye black. Try doing a little research before bad mouthing someone--especially someone that is a class act on a classy team.
If you want to bad mouth something in yesterday's NFL, how about Brady getting in Anthony Smith's face after their first TD. Obviously Smith is classless for his comments but you don't have to sink to his level. Why can't so many athletes just act like they've been there before or are doing what they're paid to do? Wow, Tom, you're about to shatter some all-time records by "killing" teams and you threw a TD to a guy who wasn't even being covered by Anthony "freaking" Smith (Who?...exactly). You guys are good. We all know that. Move on.
Get a Life

Fort Thomas, KY

#9 Dec 10, 2007
football-fan wrote:
the colts aren't even on the pats radar until they end up scheduled to play in the playoffs maybe the colts should focus on the teams they have to play instead of might plays
?

Maybe you should stop posting stupid comments here and go to the boards of whatever team you are supporting this week.

I hope the Pats bandwagon is going 80 miles an hour downhill when you try to jump off!

“Anti-Establishme nt”

Since: Nov 07

Indianapolis, IN

#10 Dec 10, 2007
football-fan wrote:
It was so nice seeing Addai throwing Gang signs in the endzone what a class act
Ignorance is bliss, isn't it?
kamahamah

Carmel, IN

#11 Dec 10, 2007
football-fan wrote:
It was so nice seeing Addai throwing Gang signs in the endzone what a class act
Kinda like Brackett. I hear those hawaii gangs are beside themselves today. They are gonna put a smackdown on gary's little hula.
curious

Dayton, OH

#12 Dec 10, 2007
football-fan wrote:
It was so nice seeing Addai throwing Gang signs in the endzone what a class act
Why would you think that Addai was throwing up gang symbols? Not all black athletes are thugs or in a gang. Just ignorant!!!!!!!!!!
PaulBrooklyn

Rocky Point, NY

#13 Dec 10, 2007
Watching the game, it all look so easy for the colts' to score at will. It look like the Ravens were confused on defense, missing assignments, going in the wrong direction, unable to stay with any receivers. Most of the time, the receivers were wide open against the Raven secondary. The colts couldn't run on them, but they could surely pass on them. Maybe the Ravens mailed it in after the Patriot loss, took a lot out of them in terms of motivation and desire.
PaulBrooklyn

Rocky Point, NY

#14 Dec 10, 2007
That game was a mail in job by the Ravens. The colts did it so easily. The game was like a scrimmageor pre-season game to the colts. They scored early and often, just wiping out the Ravens early and taking the crowd out of the game.

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