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#1 Sep 10, 2008
This is it for me....the true test of this team and this coaching staff does not come after game four anymore for me...it comes now. If the Vikings don't smell blood in the water and come in like rabid sharks and beat this team as it is a former shell of itself right now...then we just don't have the killer instinct to get it done this year.
I was willing to allow the poor showing at Green Bay and even would have took a close loss against Indy a month ago....but things have changed. We lose this then chilly is back on my list...and I won't buy the players have to make the plays not the coaches...poor play always reflects on the coaches.
Ok one last drink of the Kool-aid...(gulp)
#2 Sep 10, 2008
Definately agree with you. That interior D-Line the Colts have is sorry. I never even heard of a couple of those guys. The Vikings better rack up some big rushing yards against this defense. Even before this Johnson character was arrested, the Vikings had a huge matchup advantage inside.
Childress better run early and often, and then hit them over the top if the Colts try to stack the box. I think the Vikings have an advantage on the outside to in one on one mathcups. Hayden and Jackson are decent but shouldn't be able to handle Berian and Rice one on one.
The Vikings offense should be able to control the ball and keep the Colts offense of the field.
#3 Sep 10, 2008
Finally!- Two posts in a row to agree with! Gentlemen, you're spot on.
#4 Sep 10, 2008
Now all the Vikes need is for Manning and all their receivers to get injured during practice this week, so our "D" will have a chance.
#5 Sep 11, 2008
It is amazing how lame the PP is. More than 12 hours ago the Colts waived Johnson but they still haven't updated this story. I guess having Charley Walters as a "columnist" says it all. Overlooking someone who uses rumor and innuendo to "create" (write) a column shows how low the journalistic standars are at the PP.
#6 Sep 13, 2008
Gentlemen, I think it is awesome that the Colts management will take a stand against players that have an apparent disregard for team rules and authority in general. I have always held Mr. Pulian and Mr. Dungy in high esteem, but the way they handled this incident has caused me to have even more respect for them and the entire Colts organization. I have followed the Indiana Pacers from day one. I watched them play at the Colisium, Market Square Arena, and Conseco, but the way the Pacer management (or should I say lack of it), refused to control their players.I have lost ALL respect for their organization. As a result I haven't watched a Pacer game in the last two years. I have no plans to ever watch another Pacer game. Once again thank you Colts management!
#7 Sep 13, 2008
If Quen Pitcock weren't such a big puss we'd be fine. And we would have been able to stop Matt Forte when we played Da Bears.
To Quen Pitock:
YOU SUCK ASS, YOUR NOTHING BUT A BIG PUSS. YOU DON'T DESERVE A DIME FOR PLAYING FOR THE COLTS SINCE YOU SET OUT MOST OF YOUR ROOKIE SEASON THEN RETIRED BEFORE TRAINING CAMP STARTED!!!!!!!!!!
I HOPE POLIAN NEVER PAYED YOU A SINGLE CENT WHEN YOU PLAYED FOR THE COLTS!!!!!!!!!!
#9 Sep 14, 2008
Hey Charley you still out rating comments that are calling you out? LMAO! You suck!
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