Five Colts' starters out of tonight's game

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The Indianapolis Colts' depth once again will be tested. Five starters will miss tonight's prime-time game with the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium.
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Bummer

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Nov 11, 2007
 
At least they still won it all last year.
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Nov 11, 2007
 
Ok I think its time for Indianapolis to really know why marvin is really out. His knee has to be hurt more than what they are saying. Hes been out way to long.
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#4
Nov 11, 2007
 
Staying healthy means the difference between a championship or second place.
Oh No

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#5
Nov 11, 2007
 
Start talking it up Colt fans. We didn't win because we did not have X players. If only you had X player then we would have won. Oh too bad your little players have some ouches. Do they need their colts binky????
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#6
Nov 11, 2007
 
No No I am just messing around...

I think the colts will be fine. The trade mark of a good team is depth and though I do not think colts could win it all with Clark and Harrison out. I do think they can win tonight with no problem. The D is good and they can score enough points.

If/when they come back Colts will be just fine.
nobody

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#7
Nov 11, 2007
 
Wow, I think its a safe bet to say they will lose this one.
BlueIntheBlood

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#8
Nov 11, 2007
 
This is the time to heal up for the playoffs. Get well soon, but no need to rush it.
WONDERING INDIANA

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#9
Nov 11, 2007
 
The economy all around us is going to hell and your worried about a damn game!
Richard in CT

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#10
Nov 11, 2007
 
Colts are in a pickle--if they can somehow pull out a win on the road here then they are looking good for the 11 day lay off after the Thanksgiving game!
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#11
Nov 11, 2007
 
I just hope that if the colts do slip up that the Steelers do not sneak in at the 1 or 2 seed. There schedule is easy the only tough game on paper for them is the Pats.

It would stink for Indy to have to play all three weeks in the playoffs with just one home game. They can do it, but man that is a tough road. Big win tonight if they lose they will be tied with Pitt for the second best record in the AFC.
Matthew

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#12
Nov 11, 2007
 
Grap!!!!! We are in trouble. If we win this game. The colts are the best team in the NFL, regardless of the other teams records. GOD LOVES THE COLTS! And so do we.
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#13
Nov 11, 2007
 
There's probably not anything wrong with marvin. Dungy has been known to over rest his players. Sometimes to the poiknt where it back fires. That was one of the reason he got fired in Tampa Bay.
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#14
Nov 11, 2007
 
Oh my goodness! Injuries! The luck has run out Dolts fans. The team is dealing with injuries that strike almost every NFL after they go into the playoffs deep the season before. I guess a 10-6 season and a one and done in the playoffs is inevitable. I guess you all can go take your square dancing lessons after the season is done in Jan. Ha Ha HA
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Nov 11, 2007
 
Oh No wrote:
No No I am just messing around...
I think the colts will be fine. The trade mark of a good team is depth and though I do not think colts could win it all with Clark and Harrison out. I do think they can win tonight with no problem. The D is good and they can score enough points.
If/when they come back Colts will be just fine.
I see that OhNo is in Mass. He talked smack on his previous post as any fan should but also is respectful enough to be a real fan of the game. I am a huge Colts fan (yes even in the 3-13 years of the mid to late 80's and early 90's) to recognize a true sports fan. I still don't like the Patriots but respect them as a team. GO COLTS! and thanks for being a TRUE sports fan Oh No.
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#16
Nov 11, 2007
 
Great start - Are all the special teams players hurt too!!!

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Nov 11, 2007
 
Oh No wrote:
I just hope that if the colts do slip up that the Steelers do not sneak in at the 1 or 2 seed. There schedule is easy the only tough game on paper for them is the Pats.
It would stink for Indy to have to play all three weeks in the playoffs with just one home game. They can do it, but man that is a tough road. Big win tonight if they lose they will be tied with Pitt for the second best record in the AFC.
Thank you Oh No for being a true sports fan and not bashing the Colts just because they happen to be the biggest rival of the Pats. I am a Colts fan and don't like the Patriots but respect them as a team (except for spygate--LOL) and look forward to the AFC Championship game. Thank you again Oh No for being a real sport fan...not just another anonymous message board poster talking smack
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#18
Nov 11, 2007
 
With a name like Craphonso, he's got to be good!

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Nov 11, 2007
 
Bear Fan wrote:
Oh my goodness! Injuries! The luck has run out Dolts fans. The team is dealing with injuries that strike almost every NFL after they go into the playoffs deep the season before. I guess a 10-6 season and a one and done in the playoffs is inevitable. I guess you all can go take your square dancing lessons after the season is done in Jan. Ha Ha HA
At least the Colts will be in the Playoffs....unlike the stuffed teddy bears

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#20
Nov 11, 2007
 
Would somebody PUUUHHLLLLEEEEEEEAAAASSEEE
tell me what it is going to take for the colts to do something about our horrendous special teams??????

WHAT IS IT GOING TO TAKE????

Since: Jan 07

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#22
Nov 11, 2007
 
Jeez, they need to just waive the entire special teams except Thorpe and use the defense.

They couldn't be any worse. And the special teams doesn't deserve to stay. Including the Special teams coach.

SOMETHING HAS GOT TO CHANGE.

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