Gonzalez, Ugoh back?

On recent Mondays, Indianapolis Colts coach Tony Dungy has been guardedly optimistic about the status of injured players. Full Story
Moose

United States

#1 Nov 20, 2007
Gonzo, get in the game. Bob Sanders would play with his hand ripped of. Dislocated finger, com'on
Hoosier Fan

United States

#2 Nov 20, 2007
He looked down during the game and his thumb wasn't where it was suppose to be. I think we all saw (when he couldn't hold on the ball in the end zone on the very next play) what can happen when a receiver has a sore finger or thumb, it is hard for them to perform what they need to do. It is not Bob Sanders job to catch a football. That is the difference.
Rich

Indianapolis, IN

#3 Nov 20, 2007
Man, the most noticable thing in that article to me was the single coverage on our receivers and loading the box on us and focusing on stopping the run.

Peyton and Co. have to get back on track quick and make those DB's pay for single coverage or we're not going anywhere in the playoffs. If defenses don't respect our passing game right now we're in real trouble offensivly.
larry

AOL

#4 Nov 20, 2007
We have to get rid Of the goof Anges Moorehead. This guy is a joke. 432 colleges have better recievers than him.
SLee

Martinsville, IN

#5 Nov 20, 2007
Moose wrote:
Gonzo, get in the game. Bob Sanders would play with his hand ripped of. Dislocated finger, com'on
Obviously you don't golf...
James

United States

#6 Nov 20, 2007
When do they start to go on the free agent wire to shore up the wide out position?
tiny

Pryor, OK

#7 Nov 20, 2007
Rich wrote:
Man, the most noticable thing in that article to me was the single coverage on our receivers and loading the box on us and focusing on stopping the run.
Peyton and Co. have to get back on track quick and make those DB's pay for single coverage or we're not going anywhere in the playoffs. If defenses don't respect our passing game right now we're in real trouble offensivly.
I agree. but here's the issue: Craphonso has good hands, but can't seem to get open. Moorehead can get open, but he doesn't seem to have good hands. Manning has had no one to throw to except Wayne and Addai. Even Clark is dropping passes he normally cathces.
Killa

Merrillville, IN

#8 Nov 20, 2007
James wrote:
When do they start to go on the free agent wire to shore up the wide out position?
They don't.
Veiw Fm Up Here

Regina, Canada

#9 Nov 20, 2007
James wrote:
When do they start to go on the free agent wire to shore up the wide out position?
Not till Dallas or NE waive Moss or Owens their the only two who would be adaquate back ups.
Yes THE Bruce Dickinson

United States

#10 Nov 20, 2007
I say hold all of those guys out again against Atlanta. If we can't beat Atlanta with our 3rd string guys were in deeper trouble than I thought
The Bottom Line

Indianapolis, IN

#11 Nov 20, 2007
Moose wrote:
Gonzo, get in the game. Bob Sanders would play with his hand ripped of. Dislocated finger, com'on
Really?

Tell me, has Sanders yet played an entire season?
Patriotsuk

United States

#12 Nov 20, 2007
The way Gonzalez has caught the ball his rookie year, I am surprised he has any fingers...Perhaps finger replacement would be a possibility..
Hoosier Fan wrote:
He looked down during the game and his thumb wasn't where it was suppose to be. I think we all saw (when he couldn't hold on the ball in the end zone on the very next play) what can happen when a receiver has a sore finger or thumb, it is hard for them to perform what they need to do. It is not Bob Sanders job to catch a football. That is the difference.
Reader of News

Carmel, IN

#13 Nov 20, 2007
I love how the Colts fans fall to bickering amongst themselves the minute things don't go right...

Why did Stokely leave again?
Dale

Plant City, FL

#14 Nov 20, 2007
Brandon Stokely was released by the colts, that is why he left.
mike

Newark, OH

#15 Nov 20, 2007
Dale wrote:
Brandon Stokely was released by the colts, that is why he left.
I really miss Brandon Stokley but when he played for the Colts he had the misfortune of being hurt a lot. I was sad to see him go. I hope the Colts can get everyone healthy and we have a great ending to this season.
Colts Fan in NC

Greensboro, NC

#16 Nov 21, 2007
Reader of News wrote:
I love how the Colts fans fall to bickering amongst themselves the minute things don't go right...
Why did Stokely leave again?
Stokley was and is still a good player when he isn't injured,but he was a salary cap casuality. He had to leave to make room for Gonzalis.
DeJuan

United States

#17 Nov 21, 2007
Colts will win the super bowl this season. Patriots are to over rated. They got there asses handed to them when they played the colts.
Bill

Boston, MA

#18 Nov 21, 2007
Dummy when did the colts kick the pats ass? i think my inbreed freind you might have been watching a tape from 2005 or maybe you are one of the refs on bill poulians payroll either way mat i suggest you spend more time reading books and less time drinking grandpas moonshine it might help you with your delusions
DeJuan wrote:
Colts will win the super bowl this season. Patriots are to over rated. They got there asses handed to them when they played the colts.

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