O-line paves way for Colts' perfect s...

O-line paves way for Colts' perfect start

There are 27 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Oct 11, 2007, titled O-line paves way for Colts' perfect start. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

Pregame introductions were both a departure and the norm Sunday at the RCA Dome.

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Bryan

United States

#21 Oct 12, 2007
If you really want to see the value in our current O-Line go back to the last Harbaugh year where he became known as Captain Soreback. It is the addition of Howard Mudd that has made all the difference in the world. If we were to hand out Most Valuable Coach awards Mudd , in my humble opinion, is the winner.
Falcon70

Hartford, CT

#22 Oct 12, 2007
This isn't something new...the Patriots came out as a "unit" in the 2001 super bowl. That was the year they upset the Rams who were favored by 16.
LOL

United States

#23 Oct 12, 2007
Doubtful

Since: Dec 06

Indianapolis

#24 Oct 12, 2007
It's a pleasure seeing a team so united! This group is a hall of fame team!
Stevendust7

Lubbock, TX

#25 Oct 12, 2007
Again I will say this, to me, it seems like the COLTS are under the radar. Everyone and their brother are talking about the "Duel in Dallas" right now, and you know what.....let them!!! The COLTS are as mentally and as physically sound as they come right now. I personally think that everyone is underestimating them right now. I still think they have the talent to repeat as WORLD CHAMPS!!! We will have to wait and see what happens. But right now, for the love of GOD, can everyone stop talking about the damn CHEATERS (Patriots). The media is making it sound like they are the champs already. They haven't even played anyone good yet!!!! They are overrated right now. GO COLTS!!!!

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Yea

Chicago, IL

#26 Oct 14, 2007
After watching the patriots/cowboys game. It just makes me realize how great Peyton Manning is. Tom Brady and Tony Romo are good, but I could not believe how many times they threw the ball and no one was there. Peyton has us so spoiled. I love it!
BET

Murrells Inlet, SC

#27 Oct 15, 2007
Yea wrote:
After watching the patriots/cowboys game. It just makes me realize how great Peyton Manning is. Tom Brady and Tony Romo are good, but I could not believe how many times they threw the ball and no one was there. Peyton has us so spoiled. I love it!
That is the dumbest cooment ever!

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