Colts lose to Bears 29-13

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The Indianapolis Colts have the day off Monday after Chicago spoiled Sunday's home opener at Lucas Oil Stadium.
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duh

United States

#21 Sep 8, 2008
Just curious wrote:
Were 0-1 its not a big deal. The seasons not over, everyone calm down. Remember all the powerhouse teams of the AFC had a bad day yesterday. The Chargers were defeated, the Jaguars were defeated, and even though the Patriots won Brady is out for the year. The Colts will be fine and win the divison as usual. Remember this is Peyton's first game back since the injury, cut him some slack. To all the Bear fans out there. You may have won lastnight but you didn't come home with any bling on finger lastnight did you?
Even though I am a Colts fan, the SB was 2 years ago. Different season different team now.
duh

United States

#22 Sep 8, 2008
Did anyone else hear the ESPN radio guys call the stadium the "OIL CAN". I think thats funny.
lol

Fort Huachuca, AZ

#23 Sep 8, 2008
I am not a sports fan of any kind. But, I hope the state of Indiana is proud of their new stadium that we will be paying for till the next 100 yr flood. I would be a little upset with the Colts loosing the first game in their "just got to have a new stadium"! Maybe the players should have used their own money to build it and then no one could say a word..... they could win or loose at their leisure. I am helping to pay for a big monstrosity that was not necessary, and sports fan or no, I expect performance.
I dont pay a mechanic to fix my car 1 time out of the 20 times he works on it.... If we pay for a service, we should expect the Colts to live up to their pay checks.
OUCH

Indianapolis, IN

#24 Sep 8, 2008
charles stone wrote:
yes the curse of the RCA dome is working on the new stadium.
And all the hard-working taxpayers who, against their wishes and better judgment, funde4d it.
whatever

Chicago, IL

#25 Sep 8, 2008
are these the same hard-working taxpayers who were whooping and hollering in joy when Indy won the 2012 SuperBowl...in no small part due to the new new stadium and associated infrastructure improvements being made downtown?

Since: Sep 08

Villa Park, IL

#26 Sep 8, 2008
charles stone wrote:
<quoted text>you had better watch what your saying because the same thing will happen to mister over paid peyton manning.
over paid peyton manning someone got it right. lol

Since: Mar 08

Carmel, IN

#27 Sep 8, 2008
I find it funny as hell that Anthony Calhoun and company had to take a 20 minute commercial break to move away from the Bears fans singing "Bear Down" while they were doing their post game show.
Jonny T

United States

#28 Sep 8, 2008
I know that this game didn't even matter compared to the past match-ups like the one only 2 years ago. The Bears had a good running game and it was Mannings first game "lil rusty" at least he didn't pull a Tom Brady. Anyway colts will get back in it next week and since tom brady is out "I smell another SUPER BOWL" GO COLTS WOOOO
Jonny T

United States

#29 Sep 8, 2008
Hey dude calling yourself a colts fan 2 years ago or not, you should be proud and for a long time. the bears haven't won a SB since 1985 and there still proud of it respect your team or find a knew one. It's not every year you win a Super Bowl, or every decade
Brian

Indianapolis, IN

#30 Sep 8, 2008
Mike Pagel wrote:
Tony DumbG doesn't want to coach. He wants to be in Florida. The Colts need to go outside the program and find a real coach. Then the new coach can find a new defensive coordinator.
Tony DumbG??? Give me a break!! Tony is one of the best coaches in the league! What rock have you been under the last 7 years? The Colts had a bad game (OK, a really bad game). Don't slam a well-respected God-fearing coach like Tony Dungy over this game.

Since: Dec 06

United States

#31 Sep 8, 2008
OUCH wrote:
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And all the hard-working taxpayers who, against their wishes and better judgment, funde4d it.
amen to that.
wet phart

Springfield, IL

#32 Sep 8, 2008
COLTS YOU TOTALLY 5UCK!
Mike Pagel

San Francisco, CA

#33 Sep 8, 2008
Brian wrote:
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Tony DumbG??? Give me a break!! Tony is one of the best coaches in the league! What rock have you been under the last 7 years? The Colts had a bad game (OK, a really bad game). Don't slam a well-respected God-fearing coach like Tony Dungy over this game.
Hey, Brian. I know your sexuality is in play here. Just take a few deep breaths and get over it. Tony DumbG is a loser and even the best personnel cannot bail his loser a$$ out again. We will have to endure a couple of years of DumbG's hand picked affirmative action replacement before we are competitive again. It is like the stock market. You have to weather the ups and downs.
TJD

Frankfort, IN

#34 Sep 9, 2008
GO COLTS , YOU CAN DOOOOO IT !!!!! have a great season,OUR FAMILY is behind you. GOD BLESS!!!

Since: Sep 08

Villa Park, IL

#35 Sep 9, 2008
Jonny T wrote:
I know that this game didn't even matter compared to the past match-ups like the one only 2 years ago. The Bears had a good running game and it was Mannings first game "lil rusty" at least he didn't pull a Tom Brady. Anyway colts will get back in it next week and since tom brady is out "I smell another SUPER BOWL" GO COLTS WOOOO
whoa wait a minute a team is not just one player. it takes a whole team to win a game. instead i smell something else, bandwagon fans for the colts. lmao

Since: Sep 08

Villa Park, IL

#36 Sep 9, 2008
Jonny T wrote:
Hey dude calling yourself a colts fan 2 years ago or not, you should be proud and for a long time. the bears haven't won a SB since 1985 and there still proud of it respect your team or find a knew one. It's not every year you win a Super Bowl, or every decade
so true i still cheer for the bears. lived in illinois when they won the super bowl. was a fan of the bears from 1984-2000. then i saw how the patriots were playing when i moved back home. and been a fan of them since. yes i am from indianapolis, i like who i like. this is america i have the right to choose what i like and who to cheer for. not a band wagon fan to cheer for the hometown team. sorry but i really don't care for the colts. that is how i am.

Since: Dec 06

United States

#37 Sep 9, 2008
Jonny T wrote:
I know that this game didn't even matter compared to the past match-ups like the one only 2 years ago. The Bears had a good running game and it was Mannings first game "lil rusty" at least he didn't pull a Tom Brady. Anyway colts will get back in it next week and since tom brady is out "I smell another SUPER BOWL" GO COLTS WOOOO
you say you smell another super bowl I say that the colts stink.
Brian

Indianapolis, IN

#38 Sep 25, 2008
Mike Pagel wrote:
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Hey, Brian. I know your sexuality is in play here. Just take a few deep breaths and get over it. Tony DumbG is a loser and even the best personnel cannot bail his loser **** out again. We will have to endure a couple of years of DumbG's hand picked affirmative action replacement before we are competitive again. It is like the stock market. You have to weather the ups and downs.
What does my sexuality have to do with this??? Dude, get a grip!! Also, since you think you're an expert, I'd love to hear who you'd choose as his replacement? If you're going to complain, how about coming up with a solution!
TMD

Lafayette, IN

#39 Sep 26, 2008
Mike Pagel wrote:
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Tony DumbG is a loser and even the best personnel cannot bail his loser a$$ out again. We will have to endure a couple of years of DumbG's hand picked affirmative action replacement before we are competitive again. It is like the stock market. You have to weather the ups and downs.
Do you have any idea what you're talking about?

Tony Dungy has won everywhere he has played/coached. If the Colts were coached by Paul Brown, Vince Lombardi, and John Walsh it would make no difference right now. The players on the field don't tackle.

The Colts have a very average 4 down linemen and a rotating door at LB. That, in addition to an All-Pro safety who is always hurt. They are really starting to suffer from not retaining all of those very good LBs thay have had in the past. Every time they get a decent DT, something happens to them. They lost McFarland last year, and this year Pitcock retired and they cut Ed Johnson.

The problem with the Colts is NOT the coaching. It's the personnel on the field. The team is too thin on the defensive side of the ball and too young. We need some experienced down linemen and a healthy, first string safety.
duh

Indianapolis, IN

#40 Sep 27, 2008
TMD wrote:
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Do you have any idea what you're talking about?
Tony Dungy has won everywhere he has played/coached. If the Colts were coached by Paul Brown, Vince Lombardi, and John Walsh it would make no difference right now. The players on the field don't tackle.
The Colts have a very average 4 down linemen and a rotating door at LB. That, in addition to an All-Pro safety who is always hurt. They are really starting to suffer from not retaining all of those very good LBs thay have had in the past. Every time they get a decent DT, something happens to them. They lost McFarland last year, and this year Pitcock retired and they cut Ed Johnson.
The problem with the Colts is NOT the coaching. It's the personnel on the field. The team is too thin on the defensive side of the ball and too young. We need some experienced down linemen and a healthy, first string safety.
The problem is, they have so much money tied up in Manning Harrison Adai and Wayne. Not to mention Freeney and Sanders. That they cant afford anyone else.

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