Colts are lighting up scoreboard again

Colts are lighting up scoreboard again

There are 188 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Dec 11, 2007, titled Colts are lighting up scoreboard again. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

Four minutes after halftime Sunday night at M&T Bank Stadium, the Indianapolis Colts had a 297-50 margin in net yards and a 44-7 advantage on the scoreboard.

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KG from New England

Norwood, MA

#184 Dec 13, 2007
Could be, only time will tell.
TMD wrote:
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Yeah! Wouldn't it be great if it was THIS year after taking down the Pats in Foxboro!
Go Colts!
X Ray Vision

Bradenton, FL

#185 Dec 13, 2007
Lets just imagine this!
What if the Colts were in the Pats division and the Pats were in the Colts division.
The Pats do not want to play anyone in the Colts division.
the NFL is fixed

Cincinnati, OH

#186 Dec 13, 2007
X Ray Vision wrote:
Lets just imagine this!
What if the Colts were in the Pats division and the Pats were in the Colts division.
The Pats do not want to play anyone in the Colts division.
Lol.
Vince Young and the 0 offense Titans. The same Titans who blew the lead against the Chargers.

The Texans? They've been banged up all year.

The Jags? That's a tough team, I'll grant you that.

The AFC East used to be the beasts of the league. It's all cyclical. Not too long ago the AFC South was considered a bit of a joke aside from the Colts.

Again I'll point out the Pats have beaten the #2,#3, & 5 teams in the league this year, and they have victories over 5 playoff bound teams, versus the Colts having beaten 2 playoff bound teams, one of them twice.

The lowly Dolphins really drag down the Pats strength of schedule, but honestly there's not much difference between an 0-13 team and a 3-10 team. They both suck.
TMD

United States

#187 Dec 14, 2007
the NFL is fixed wrote:
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Lol.
Vince Young and the 0 offense Titans. The same Titans who blew the lead against the Chargers.
Ah, but they HAD a lead, so apparently they do have some offense. Besides that, they have a pretty stout defense and we know defense wins games.
The Texans? They've been banged up all year.
The Jags? That's a tough team, I'll grant you that.
Agreed.
The AFC East used to be the beasts of the league. It's all cyclical. Not too long ago the AFC South was considered a bit of a joke aside from the Colts.
The 2002 realignment removed Tennessee and Indianapolis from the AFC East, thus removing two of the 3 toughest teams from that division. Both were put in the newly formed AFC South, along with Jacksonville and Houston. Houston is the only team in that division that has not been to the AFCC in the last 7 years.
Again I'll point out the Pats have beaten the #2,#3, & #5 teams in the league this year, and they have victories over 5 playoff bound teams, versus the Colts having beaten 2 playoff bound teams, one of them twice.
The lowly Dolphins really drag down the Pats strength of schedule, but honestly there's not much difference between an 0-13 team and a 3-10 team. They both suck.
Can't deny that logic, except that we won't know until the end of the season how many playoff teams each will have faced. Right now, every team in the AFC South is at .500 or above and the Colts have played them all. It's a certainty that the Colts and the Jags (barring a complete collapse) will be in the playoffs. Tennessee (7-6) is on the bubble along with Houston (7-7).
Our Time

Warwick, MA

#188 Dec 14, 2007
TMD wrote:
The 2002 realignment removed Tennessee and Indianapolis from the AFC East, thus removing two of the 3 toughest teams from that division. Both were put in the newly formed AFC South, along with Jacksonville and Houston. Houston is the only team in that division that has not been to the AFCC in the last 7 years.
Good points.
loud and proud colts fan

Hartford City, IN

#189 Dec 15, 2007
BET wrote:
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HE MAY BE RIGHT!!!!!!!!!!
but there will now always be a question mark after his stats. its a shame.
loud and proud colts fan

Hartford City, IN

#190 Dec 15, 2007
BET wrote:
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Another genious! Clearly you don't have a clue!
THE ONLY TIME WE COULD BEAT THE PATRIOTS WAS LAST YEAR & THEY WERE AVERAGE & STILL ALMOT BET US ON OUR HOMES FIELD.
THIS YEAR WE HAVE OUR BEST TEAM EVER & YET AGAIN THE PATRIOTS ARE BETTER.
KEEP IN MIND THEY HAVE 3 X AS MANY SUPER BOWLS AS US...GOING ON 4!
WHO IS THE BETTER ORANIZATION???
why are you choosing to use the word "we"?? you are clearly not a colts fan.
themax9e

Vera, OK

#191 Dec 16, 2007
dear pat fans.i wouldn't get to cocky about being unbeaten with that weak schedule you've had.even the best teams lose eventually. and the pats will lose in the playoffs to the truly best team,the colts.the pats have been a fraud all season.and when the colts beat you you can spend the offseason going out to look for someone else to help you try to beat the colts when it counts.

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