Harrison: 'I did what I can do'

Marvin Harrison was cheered when he took the field for pregame warm-ups. The capacity RCA Dome crowd roared Sunday when he was introduced. Full Story
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Seyton Manning Sux

Rancho Cucamonga, CA

#2 Jan 14, 2008
kevin kenndy wrote:
kevin kenndy i live at 1040 w elm greenwood indiana 46142 i have no job no money no life thabnk you and the colts loss too why all at one time no rent money too leave a note on my door
saiding no jobs for me thank you i
go every where you want now thank you
take me away
Umm...What?
COLS FAN

United States

#3 Jan 14, 2008
Hey Marvin,
Can't wait to see you back at 100% next year. You do everything you can do every game. Granted the outcome wasn't what the Colts would have liked, but it wasn't meant to be. I am sure there are several fans, along with myself that would just like to say thank you for all you do for the Colts. And MAN IT WAS REALLY GOOD TO SEE YOU HEALTHY AND BACK OUT THERe AGAIN. It will be great to start off next season with the team healthy.
Always next season

Indianapolis, IN

#4 Jan 14, 2008
The best we can do is TRY. And Harrison did just that! You could tell every time they showed him on the sidelines that he would rather have been out there on the field helping his teammates than standing there with helmet in hand. Heal over the off season and we will see you at training camp!
Will

Burnet, TX

#5 Jan 14, 2008
Harrison did what he can do huh? If he doesnt fumble colts roll in that game, that changed everything. That was a total joke to try to come back, he was not healthy and even if he was he was rusty as hell.

“Oh George, not the livestock.”

Since: Jul 07

Indy

#6 Jan 14, 2008
Will wrote:
Harrison did what he can do huh? If he doesnt fumble colts roll in that game, that changed everything. That was a total joke to try to come back, he was not healthy and even if he was he was rusty as hell.
I see all the "fair weather" fans are scattering like cockroaches when the light comes on. Classy post there Scooter...
Brian

Providence, RI

#7 Jan 14, 2008
Both of the "tipped balls" (leading to interceptions) were bad throws. The first interception was too high, and behind Wayne. The second was forced into a crowd at the goal line, and was behind Keith (who had to react in very tight quarters). The interceptions were Manning's fault, not bad luck, as the "tipped balls" comment implies.
Not In WI

Sheridan, IN

#9 Jan 14, 2008
Now you know why many people thought it was important for Harrison to have played against Tennessee and why the Colts should have played to win.

And I agree about both Manning INTs. Plus there is NO excuse for not scoring on 1st and goal from the 9. You are the field general. Get the ball in the end zone.
as if

United States

#10 Jan 14, 2008
Seyton Manning Sux wrote:
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Umm...What?
some idiot kid being stupid
sdd555

El Cajon, CA

#11 Jan 14, 2008
Cromartie tackled Harrison. It was McCree who recovered the fumble.
sdd555

El Cajon, CA

#12 Jan 14, 2008
Cromartie tackled Harrison. It was McCree who re-covered the fumble.
marco

United States

#13 Jan 14, 2008
I wonder if Harrison will be back next season or retire?
shelbystreet

Louisville, KY

#14 Jan 14, 2008
Marvin Harrison is one of the greatest football players of all time. No one but Marvin Harrison could have caught some of the passes that he has caught.
Will

Burnet, TX

#15 Jan 14, 2008
Tim from Camby wrote:
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I see all the "fair weather" fans are scattering like cockroaches when the light comes on. Classy post there Scooter...
Life long fan buddy, and there is nothing wrong with stating facts. Yesterday was typical Colts. It happens time and time again.
MJK

Skokie, IL

#16 Jan 14, 2008
If I had a choice between Harrison, or Moss, I'd choose Moss in a second. Harrison has always been over rated. I predict the Colts will choose another receiver in the first round of the Draft as a possible replacement.
indy24fan

AOL

#17 Jan 14, 2008
I said it all season long after he got hurt that the Colts should have put him on IR and then signed someone else to take his place for the remainer of the season. Aromosadu was mediocre at best and not nearly as good as the rest of the recieving corp. Sure hope Marv is back to 100% next season. Especially if the what we saw yesterday was all he says he could do.
Indy Fan

United States

#18 Jan 14, 2008
Marvin made an attempt to come back. He should of stayed on the bench. When you not ready mentally your only going to add to the problem. Their was no excuse to fumble the ball only that he did not want to get hurt again and he gave up the ball. Mentally he was not ready. That fumble coupled with Bob jumping on the kicker before half caused this team to play from behind the rest of the game. Sad that a team with this much talent can not consistently win in the playoffs. By the way we lost to a second string team.
gordon rossi

Naugatuck, CT

#19 Jan 14, 2008
theyn should have blitzed'
gordon rossi

Naugatuck, CT

#20 Jan 14, 2008
They should have blitzed the charger's quaterback to keep pressure on him. He had too much time to throw the ball.
ColtsFan

Waunakee, WI

#21 Jan 14, 2008
Although I am disappointed in the outcome, I know Peyton, Marvin, Reggie, Joe, Dallas and all of the players feel a thousand times worse than we do. We need to be with the team through thick and thin. Gee...I hate all of this negativity. Let's take our lumps and move on.

I love being a Colts fan!!
See you next year, fellas!!
tony danza

Leesburg, VA

#22 Jan 14, 2008
im glad they are tearing down the dome now all they need to do is trade peyton manning for a second round draft pick and pick of david carr to finally get this franchise moving in the right direction

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