No panic by Colts on slow starts

There are 11 comments on the Nov 23, 2007, The Indianapolis Star story titled No panic by Colts on slow starts. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

Tony Dungy wasn't left scratching his head when his Indianapolis Colts stutter-stepped their way into an early deficit Thursday night against the Atlanta Falcons in the Georgia Dome.

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Maxx

United States

#1 Nov 24, 2007
Considering all the injuries and players lost for the season. The Colts have shown that they can still win.
And once the rest of the injured players are back on the field. Which will hopefully be in time for the Jacksonville game. They should have no problem reaching the playoffs and defending their Super Bowl title.

GO COLTS!!!!!!!!!
reg

United States

#2 Nov 24, 2007
9:00 AM and no patriots trolls...how refreshing is that. Jax game will tell the tale. If they beat Jax, I think they have smooth sailing into the south championship and the number 2 seed. If they lose to jax...dog fight until the end. have a great weekend knowing the colts already won!!

Since: Dec 06

West Monroe, LA

#3 Nov 24, 2007
If the Colts can knock off the Jags 12/2, then it's a fairly easy schedule to close out the year - and then they can recuperate.

Still unhappy about the loss of Freeney with no suitable repacement - but you have to take the bad with the good.

Good to see Gonsalez out there again. He's got the makings of a star receiver.
Delldude

Huntsville, AL

#4 Nov 24, 2007
Don't forget Marvin The Great) will be back too.

Actually I think the other teams have Freeney's number pretty well taken care of (spin and run, twirl and twist antics) the others are dong pretty good with out him I think.

Semper Fi,Carry on
Look it up

United States

#5 Nov 24, 2007
reg wrote:
9:00 AM and no patriots trolls...how refreshing is that. Jax game will tell the tale. If they beat Jax, I think they have smooth sailing into the south championship and the number 2 seed. If they lose to jax...dog fight until the end. have a great weekend knowing the colts already won!!
The Dunkin' Donuts in Boston don't have Wi-Fi.
John in Conn

Torrington, CT

#6 Nov 24, 2007
Word of caution: The JAX game is [once again] their SuperBowl. Jags are playing great and have momemtum. This game most likely will be very intense from the opening kickoff and should be a "double chin strap" right through to the end. Hopefully, Colts play well, win, and come out with no major injuries. There should be lots of black & blue afterward though. This will be a tough, tough game.
basel

Indianapolis, IN

#7 Nov 24, 2007
They'll be back, like an unwanted hemmorhoid. Speaking of hemmorhoids, what's with the hoodie wearing the black spandex belt around the waist? I realize he doesn't want to lose his audio or trip over a cable, but now he really has the goof ball look down pat(no pun intended.)Yes this is a football forum, but the sports theater does have its entertaining cast,ie.,Bob Knight, Woody Hayes,etc. Those guys are almost lovable, comparatively speaking.
basel

Indianapolis, IN

#8 Nov 24, 2007
basel wrote:
They'll be back, like an unwanted hemmorhoid. Speaking of hemmorhoids, what's with the hoodie wearing the black spandex belt around the waist? I realize he doesn't want to lose his audio or trip over a cable, but now he really has the goof ball look down pat(no pun intended.)Yes this is a football forum, but the sports theater does have its entertaining cast,ie.,Bob Knight, Woody Hayes,etc. Those guys are almost lovable, comparatively speaking.
...does/did have its entertaining cast, Woody, God love ya , RIP.

Since: Jan 07

Indianapolis, IN

#9 Nov 24, 2007
Delldude wrote:
Don't forget Marvin The Great) will be back too.
Actually I think the other teams have Freeney's number pretty well taken care of (spin and run, twirl and twist antics) the others are dong pretty good with out him I think.
Semper Fi,Carry on
Maybe so, but even IF they have his number he requires double teams a large part of the time and that opens up a hole for another to come in. There is a lot more to his job than getting sacks.
Keith Smith

United States

#10 Nov 24, 2007
okay lets get ready for jags! Lets go colts!
Keith Smith

United States

#11 Nov 24, 2007
I watching the game right now again against the falcon!

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