Manning throws 3 TDs in win over Texans

Manning throws 3 TDs in win over Texans

There are 251 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Dec 23, 2007, titled Manning throws 3 TDs in win over Texans. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

Peyton Manning threw three touchdown passes Sunday as the Indianapolis Colts spotted Houston a 7-0 lead, then roared back with 38 unanswered points to beat the Texans 38-15 before 57,262 at the RCA Dome.

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shelbystreet

Louisville, KY

#266 Dec 25, 2007
Tommyownspeyton wrote:
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The Colts fans do not really need to come out yelling. If the volume is not loud enough, they will have it piped in ..no worries!!! Dolts = cheaters.
Face it ...Peyton is 2nd or 3rd QB in the league. Sorry
How sweet this will be when Tom hoists the trophy. I'll bet these ignorant Dolts fans will still not beleive. Sad Sad Sad.
http://www.viewimages.com/Search.aspx...
Blueshoes

Buffalo, NY

#267 Dec 25, 2007
shelbystreet wrote:
Great images.

“GOPHER TEEF BRADY”

Since: Jan 07

Merritt Island Florida

#268 Dec 25, 2007
PatsDynasty wrote:
Number UNO offense...but wait!! there's more: Just out....
"Is the Patriotsí defense peaking right now or did they just look good against Miami?
Absolutely. Donít expect anything less from this team.
The Patriots have long been heralded for their impressive defense and they know what they are doing. Expect the defense and the Patriots as a whole to improve as the playoffs progress.
They'll be better on defense, offense, specials teams, popcorn sales, valet parking next week and then on to the playoffs. The Patriots are magic. Thatís all."
Gotta love this writer!!!!
Go PATS!!!! Get on the PATS train INDY hicks!!!
Now that is some funny shit-e! The Pats defense looked good against Miami? LOL! Any high school defense would look good against Miami!
News for you Junior, your defense is filled with old men, or have you forgotten about those old men sucking wind in the second half of the AFC Championship last year. Tell me again how many points you gave up in the second half? Oh wait you got the great Odalis Thomas who you paid nine gazillion dollars for, how many sacks and tackles does he have on the year? Man he was well worth it, maybe he looked so great in Baltimore because he played on the same team as Ray Lewis and the opposition ran away from Lewis. Belicheat couldn't figure that one out tho so they over paid for him. Oh, and he is also 30, he will be gone soon too.
Face it Patsy boy, you know it we know it and the world knows it, if you get by the Jaguars you will lose to the Colts. The Jags are going to pound the crap out of the Pats and by the time they play the Colts the Pats will be ready for a retirement home. So brag about undefeated regular season all you want,the Colts only care about going unbeaten in the playoffs and you will lose to an AFC South team in the playoffs and it may not be to the Colts!
Mike

Spring Grove, MN

#269 Dec 25, 2007
Colts fan in Greencastle wrote:
If we can forget the first 3-4 minutes of the game, the Colts looked unbeatable (even with backups playing most positions). The Pats better look out --- Manning and company are on the prowl!
SSSSSSSSSSSOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO WHAT? Lots of players are!
Dirk Diggler

Lowell, MA

#270 Dec 25, 2007
sufan7 wrote:
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Now that is some funny shit-e! The Pats defense looked good against Miami? LOL! Any high school defense would look good against Miami!
News for you Junior, your defense is filled with old men, or have you forgotten about those old men sucking wind in the second half of the AFC Championship last year. Tell me again how many points you gave up in the second half? Oh wait you got the great Odalis Thomas who you paid nine gazillion dollars for, how many sacks and tackles does he have on the year? Man he was well worth it, maybe he looked so great in Baltimore because he played on the same team as Ray Lewis and the opposition ran away from Lewis. Belicheat couldn't figure that one out tho so they over paid for him. Oh, and he is also 30, he will be gone soon too.
Face it Patsy boy, you know it we know it and the world knows it, if you get by the Jaguars you will lose to the Colts. The Jags are going to pound the crap out of the Pats and by the time they play the Colts the Pats will be ready for a retirement home. So brag about undefeated regular season all you want,the Colts only care about going unbeaten in the playoffs and you will lose to an AFC South team in the playoffs and it may not be to the Colts!
Ummmm, whose team (Def) was sucking wind in the last ten minutes of their game earlier this season against the Pats? Last year was last year.....seems to me the old men outlasted that great D of yours in the first meeting....why was that?? Because the Pats have so much depth on D they can keep substituting people in to keep everybody fresh. Indy's D can't do that....so they ran out of gas......

You do however have more depth on your offense than I thought. Some of the rookies and younger players are looking good.

Jax needs to win a game before they come to NE......and if by chance Cleveland can pull an upset, well then it gets interesting doesn't it?
Craig

Indianapolis, IN

#272 Dec 26, 2007
Does it take a college degree to know midwest is one word, not two?
Ms Patsie Asterisk

Plainfield, IN

#273 Dec 27, 2007
willyvictor wrote:
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What's next??? Some dumb SOB hanging himself from a ceiling fan? Dumb hicks seem to reside in the boring mid west, NE corridor has more college grads per capita then anywhere else in the country.
A drunken New England fan threw himself off the NE corridor.

How did that become a story about the percentage of college grads in New England?

What a waste of an education.
go horse

Indianapolis, IN

#274 Dec 28, 2007
hey pats fans:

if you claim brady to be the best QB in the league(hahaha *cough*)...then how do you explain him telling the Giants coach to rest his defense (which leads the NFL in sacks...)? seriosuly....?

come on, if i was brady, i would want my 16th and record breaking win to be because i beat a team that was giving it its all...not because the defense "rested" on the bench. obviosuly, brady doesn't want to get hurt before playoffs. obviosuly, brady doesn't want to have any obstacles in his way for coming out 16-0. obviously, brady doesn't want to have anyone preventing him/making it harder for him to break the TD record.

brady claims he said that because the giants alreadys have a first-round playoff. but come on, you and i both know he doesnt care about the giants ...expecially making sure they are welll-rested to win the first round?...

"That would be easier if Coughlin rests his starters in the last game before the Giants' playoff game the following weekend at Tampa Bay."

"And that would be just fine with Brady."

"`I think, definitely, Strahan and Osi should take the weekend off,' he said.`I'd rest them.'"

(thats from the article)

WIMP! come on! besides, everyone knows that: if the giants rest thier guys, and IF the pats win---everyone would be saying for who knows howlong "oh well the giants didn't really put thier best players in. we didn't really try. the outcome would have been different."

GO HORSE! & GO GIANTS--BEAT THE CHEATING PATS!

(heres the article with the full story ..)

http://www6.comcast.net/sports/articles/nfl/2...
Biafloppy

Plainfield, IN

#275 Dec 28, 2007
go horse wrote:
hey pats fans:
if you claim brady to be the best QB in the league(hahaha *cough*)...then how do you explain him telling the Giants coach to rest his defense (which leads the NFL in sacks...)? seriosuly....?
come on, if i was brady, i would want my 16th and record breaking win to be because i beat a team that was giving it its all...not because the defense "rested" on the bench. obviosuly, brady doesn't want to get hurt before playoffs. obviosuly, brady doesn't want to have any obstacles in his way for coming out 16-0. obviously, brady doesn't want to have anyone preventing him/making it harder for him to break the TD record.
brady claims he said that because the giants alreadys have a first-round playoff. but come on, you and i both know he doesnt care about the giants ...expecially making sure they are welll-rested to win the first round?...
"That would be easier if Coughlin rests his starters in the last game before the Giants' playoff game the following weekend at Tampa Bay."
"And that would be just fine with Brady."
"`I think, definitely, Strahan and Osi should take the weekend off,' he said.`I'd rest them.'"
(thats from the article)
WIMP! come on! besides, everyone knows that: if the giants rest thier guys, and IF the pats win---everyone would be saying for who knows howlong "oh well the giants didn't really put thier best players in. we didn't really try. the outcome would have been different."
GO HORSE! & GO GIANTS--BEAT THE CHEATING PATS!
(heres the article with the full story ..)
http://www6.comcast.net/sports/articles/nfl/2...
The Pats never cheat. They win because they have the master:

http://www.pulledmygroin.com/images/251.jpg
Brokeback Brady

Indianapolis, IN

#276 Dec 28, 2007
PatsDynasty wrote:
Number UNO offense...but wait!! there's more: Just out....
"Is the Patriotsí defense peaking right now or did they just look good against Miami?
Absolutely. Donít expect anything less from this team.
The Patriots have long been heralded for their impressive defense and they know what they are doing. Expect the defense and the Patriots as a whole to improve as the playoffs progress.
They'll be better on defense, offense, specials teams, popcorn sales, valet parking next week and then on to the playoffs. The Patriots are magic. Thatís all."
Gotta love this writer!!!!
Go PATS!!!! Get on the PATS train INDY hicks!!!
There is at least one hick on the Pats train:

http://www.rockmount.com/images/GQ%209-05%20T...
Depth Chart

Hyannis, MA

#277 Dec 29, 2007
go horse wrote:
hey pats fans:
if you claim brady to be the best QB in the league(hahaha *cough*)...then how do you explain him telling the Giants coach to rest his defense (which leads the NFL in sacks...)? seriosuly....?
come on, if i was brady, i would want my 16th and record breaking win to be because i beat a team that was giving it its all...not because the defense "rested" on the bench. obviosuly, brady doesn't want to get hurt before playoffs. obviosuly, brady doesn't want to have any obstacles in his way for coming out 16-0. obviously, brady doesn't want to have anyone preventing him/making it harder for him to break the TD record.
brady claims he said that because the giants alreadys have a first-round playoff. but come on, you and i both know he doesnt care about the giants ...expecially making sure they are welll-rested to win the first round?...
"That would be easier if Coughlin rests his starters in the last game before the Giants' playoff game the following weekend at Tampa Bay."
"And that would be just fine with Brady."
"`I think, definitely, Strahan and Osi should take the weekend off,' he said.`I'd rest them.'"
(thats from the article)
WIMP! come on! besides, everyone knows that: if the giants rest thier guys, and IF the pats win---everyone would be saying for who knows howlong "oh well the giants didn't really put thier best players in. we didn't really try. the outcome would have been different."
GO HORSE! & GO GIANTS--BEAT THE CHEATING PATS!
(heres the article with the full story ..)
http://www6.comcast.net/sports/articles/nfl/2...
Go Horse:

Don't be a complete horse's a$$.

He was laughing when he said it. It's called respect....he was saying those guys pose a major threat.

You aren't serious with this post, are you? Tell me you're just busting our chops and aren't really that stupid.....I don't mean to be rude but come on man.....

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