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Colts take stranglehold on AFC South with win over Jaguars

There are 132 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Dec 2, 2007, titled Colts take stranglehold on AFC South with win over Jaguars. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

Peyton Manning threw four touchdown passes as the Indianapolis Colts whipped Jacksonville 28-25 Sunday before 57,302 to take a stranglehold on the AFC South.

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David in Florida

North Fort Myers, FL

#1 Dec 2, 2007
The Colts just keep finding ways to win with all the injuries. If they hadn't missed 3 field goal attempts inside the 30 yard line this season, it would be the Colts who are undefeated and not the Patriots. I still believe the Colts will repeat as champs this year.

Hey Jacksonville... you played a very good game. Hold your head up. You will probably get another crack at us next month.
Keith Smith

Newark, NJ

#2 Dec 2, 2007
The colts almost blown that game! However a win is a win! Do any of my colts sisters or brothers know if Harrison is out for the year!
Keith Smith

Newark, NJ

#3 Dec 2, 2007
A great win for the colts! However without Harrison the colts can't bet New england! I wonder if he'll play again this year?
george

Advance, NC

#4 Dec 2, 2007
Great win over a very good team!
Go Colts!!!!!!!
Keith Smith

Newark, NJ

#5 Dec 2, 2007
David from Flordia it's very hard to beat a team three times without Harrison!
Unreal

Buzzards Bay, MA

#6 Dec 2, 2007
It won't matter, if they continue to get 4-5x the number of penalty yards they'll win every time. I disagree with Simms, the interference call was a good one. The spot that was contested was a joke, the fumble that was ruled incomplete/overturned was as big a joke as the 'running into the kicker' against Atlanta.

I guess this is why you have to get the home games in the playoffs. I just cannot envision the refs being so biased on the road.

Yes, I am a Pats fan, but every team that plays you (win or lose) comes away thinking the refs were the 12th player on the field.

Again, someone explain to me how that wasn't a catch and a fumble. Per the NFL rules it was a fumble...yet it was overturned and the game changed on the next play.
Go Colts

Indianapolis, IN

#7 Dec 2, 2007
This was a great game all around. Some mistakes were made by both teams, but I am impressed how the Colts seemed to maintain their poise as the game got closer and closer.

It was a rough day for the running game, but the passing game picked up the slack. Good game all around.
Keith Smith

Newark, NJ

#8 Dec 2, 2007
If Harrison can play a few games and get in shape, I feel that they can beat anyone in the playoffs! The reason I say this is because I feel that some time will knock off Belcheata and the old game early in the playoffs!
bear fan

Indianapolis, IN

#9 Dec 2, 2007
Not very impressive.The boat is sinking. One and done in the playoffs.
Raj

Louisville, KY

#10 Dec 2, 2007
Now Pats fans and Colts skeptics will disappear from this forum like fart in the wind!
Tough

Indianapolis, IN

#11 Dec 2, 2007
Keith Smith wrote:
The colts almost blown that game! However a win is a win! Do any of my colts sisters or brothers know if Harrison is out for the year!
No. It was stated that if this was a playoff game Harrison would have played. They are making sure that he doesn't come back and have to go out again. So far so good.
Upset

Indianapolis, IN

#12 Dec 2, 2007
The Colts amost gave that game away. A very poor Defense...too soft...too weak. GO GET A DEFENSE to GO with the OFFENSE.
Ben

United States

#13 Dec 2, 2007
Unreal wrote:
It won't matter, if they continue to get 4-5x the number of penalty yards they'll win every time. I disagree with Simms, the interference call was a good one. The spot that was contested was a joke, the fumble that was ruled incomplete/overturned was as big a joke as the 'running into the kicker' against Atlanta.
I guess this is why you have to get the home games in the playoffs. I just cannot envision the refs being so biased on the road.
Yes, I am a Pats fan, but every team that plays you (win or lose) comes away thinking the refs were the 12th player on the field.
Again, someone explain to me how that wasn't a catch and a fumble. Per the NFL rules it was a fumble...yet it was overturned and the game changed on the next play.
It doesn't matter dude. All that matters is that we'll be playing the Pats for the AFC championship and we'll win...again.
Raj

Louisville, KY

#14 Dec 2, 2007
Unreal wrote:
Again, someone explain to me how that wasn't a catch and a fumble. Per the NFL rules it was a fumble...yet it was overturned and the game changed on the next play.
It wasn't a fumble because Ben Utecht never had control of the ball. You could see the ball traveling in his hands in the replay while his knee was coming down.
Now answer my question, why all the mass-holes are so dimwitted?
Brady Fumbled

Marysville, OH

#15 Dec 2, 2007
Unreal wrote:
It won't matter, if they continue to get 4-5x the number of penalty yards they'll win every time. I disagree with Simms, the interference call was a good one. The spot that was contested was a joke, the fumble that was ruled incomplete/overturned was as big a joke as the 'running into the kicker' against Atlanta.
I guess this is why you have to get the home games in the playoffs. I just cannot envision the refs being so biased on the road.
Yes, I am a Pats fan, but every team that plays you (win or lose) comes away thinking the refs were the 12th player on the field.
Again, someone explain to me how that wasn't a catch and a fumble. Per the NFL rules it was a fumble...yet it was overturned and the game changed on the next play.
Maybe you can explain how the "12th Player Tuck Rule" led to a Super Bowl for the Pats.
Blueblood

Ellettsville, IN

#16 Dec 2, 2007
bear fan wrote:
Not very impressive.The boat is sinking. One and done in the playoffs.
As opposed to the Bears who have to win out just to make the playoffs.

10-2 with several key guys out is EXCELLENT.

GO COLTS!!
Raj

Louisville, KY

#17 Dec 2, 2007
bear fan wrote:
Not very impressive.The boat is sinking. One and done in the playoffs.
Bears' boat is already a wreck in the able hands of T-Rex-the-Gross.
Keith Smith

Newark, NJ

#18 Dec 2, 2007
Hey pats fan, you Belcheat team is going to choke! The old gand will lose very soon! Sorry no superbowl!
David in Florida

North Fort Myers, FL

#19 Dec 2, 2007
Keith Smith wrote:
David from Flordia it's very hard to beat a team three times without Harrison!
That is true but I think Harrison will be healthy for the play-offs.
Mike

Newark, OH

#20 Dec 2, 2007
Why is it that whenever we win it is the refs that gave us the game? I saw some pretty bad calls go against the colts, Dallas Clark should have had a p.i. called but oh well that went Jacksonvilles way and they missed a few holding calls also. I am sure that New England never gets calls their way. Yeah Right. Randy Moss gets away with push offs all the time. Quit your whining it is really getting annoying.

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