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Titans hope this is the week Colts let Sorgi work up a sweat

There are 31 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Dec 28, 2007, titled Titans hope this is the week Colts let Sorgi work up a sweat. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

A year ago, Jim Sorgi was the life of the pre-Super Bowl party. For three days of NFL-mandated media opportunities, Sorgi held court, providing insight, offering one-liners and generally enjoying himself.

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Saginaw, MI

#21 Dec 30, 2007
Too bad, as a Cleveland Browns fan, we have to sit and watch a team apparently just show up. Unlike the Giants, Patriots game that was one of the best of the season, both teams already in the playoffs, but they played all out. Thanks for such an entertaining well played game. I'm still hoping the Colts will close out their season with a win (they are certainly better than the Titans), but it somehow doesn't seem fair they they will have to do it with backups. They went from a three point favorite to a 4.5 point underdog. Why do the Titans deserve a walk over?
Matte 41

Pineville, KY

#22 Dec 30, 2007
The Colts could drop 17-28 points in the first half on the Titans. That may be enough cushion for Sorgi, though I expect to see a lot of 3-and-outs with him under center. Colts D is good enough for a turnover or two. Would love to see Josh Betts get some playing time.

Indianapolis, IN

#23 Dec 30, 2007
Our Time wrote:
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The only way the Colts could see the Titans in the playoffs is if they were to beat the #3 seed (currently SD) in the wild card round, and then beat the #1 seed in the divisional round. Assuming Indy wins its divisional round game, I'm sure most Colts fans would be pleased to host the Titans in the AFC Championship game.
I think you're confused.

Cincinnati, OH

#24 Dec 30, 2007
Alicia said
"They went from a three point favorite to a 4.5 point underdog."

The point spread only means that more bettors were betting their money on Tennessee than Indy. When that happens the oddsmakers increase/decrease the spread to entice bettors to bet the other way! That way, no matter how the outcome of the game, all the payoffs are paid by bettors, not oddsmakers!
One man

Indianapolis, IN

#25 Dec 30, 2007
I'm thinking it will be a pretty close game. Colts will get some cushion early, and with Sorgi and the backups in, they might get another TD and possibly a FG but Tennessee will make something of a comeback.

Anyone who talks trash on the Colts this year is out of line. The AFC South is by far the toughest division this year. And come to think of it, I'd like to see another team cough up six interceptions, two special teams TDs, two missed chip shots, and still only lose by two.
Alicia from Cleveland OH

Saginaw, MI

#26 Dec 30, 2007
Sure hope the defending Superbowl Champs come out and play like they want to win this one. Praying for a big lead at halftime. Go Colts! We Browns fans are cheering for you to make a game out of it. Tony are you listening?
Alicia from Cleveland OH

Saginaw, MI

#27 Dec 30, 2007
Sorgi and the scrubs are worse than expected. The Colts better pray Manning never has to miss a snap during the playoffs.
Matte 41

Pineville, KY

#28 Dec 30, 2007
Sorgi is suck on ice.

Cincinnati, OH

#29 Dec 30, 2007
Sorry, Browns fans! It always sucks when you have to rely on someone else to help you get into the Show! Hopefully your team will decide to determine their own destiny next year!
the NFL is fixed

Florence, KY

#30 Dec 30, 2007
Way to throw the game Dungheap.
What a joke.
Michael D

United States

#31 Dec 31, 2007
don wrote:
Tsk, tsk, with what we've seen out of SORGI, we'll be fortunte to get a win. Not because Titans are better but because they're playing for their LIFE & the AFC south is the best in the NFL! But what if Peyton goes down? Honestly, we have no reliable backup. I'll never understand why we let Shaun King go & kept Sorgi? GO COLTS!
AMEN! AMEN! and AMEN! Sorgi vs Collins is the perfect example.

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