Polian deals with present, also keeps...

Polian deals with present, also keeps eye on future

There are 105 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Jan 5, 2008, titled Polian deals with present, also keeps eye on future. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

The pursuit of another Vince Lombardi Trophy to place alongside the one they captured last February begins in earnest Monday when the Indianapolis Colts return from a three-day weekend to their West 56th Street ...

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Mike

Manassas, VA

#106 Jan 7, 2008
I'll also be real interested to see how much it takes to sign Moss for next year. His value was down from the Oakland seasons. I think he just made a good business decision, knowing he would put up monster numbers in the Pats' offense. Now his value will be at an all time high, and he will get paid.
food for thought

Lowell, MA

#107 Jan 7, 2008
Mike wrote:
I'll also be real interested to see how much it takes to sign Moss for next year. His value was down from the Oakland seasons. I think he just made a good business decision, knowing he would put up monster numbers in the Pats' offense. Now his value will be at an all time high, and he will get paid.
I whole-heartedly agree that the Pats are going to have problems with all of the issues we are having right now (Asante Samuel, Jr., Bruski, etc...). Moss is just going to add to these salary problems in the offseason.

I don't want you to think I'm avoiding the comment earlier about Peyton. Unfortionatly, I was unable to find quotes on what he said. So instead of spitting some BS, I'll conceide the point. But the original point I was making was that I have NEVER heard Brady say anything even remotely negative when it comes to discussing games. He always seems to point to the things he could improve in himself that MAY have hurt the game. Just my opinion though.

Just out of curiosity, have there been any updates on Harrison yet? I like to watch him play and would be great if he was healthy for the big game between the Pats and Indy (assuming they're both still in it).

Good Luck

Go Pats!!
asdf

Minneapolis, MN

#108 Jan 7, 2008
food for thought wrote:
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I whole-heartedly agree that the Pats are going to have problems with all of the issues we are having right now (Asante Samuel, Jr., Bruski, etc...). Moss is just going to add to these salary problems in the offseason.
I don't want you to think I'm avoiding the comment earlier about Peyton. Unfortionatly, I was unable to find quotes on what he said. So instead of spitting some BS, I'll conceide the point. But the original point I was making was that I have NEVER heard Brady say anything even remotely negative when it comes to discussing games. He always seems to point to the things he could improve in himself that MAY have hurt the game. Just my opinion though.
Just out of curiosity, have there been any updates on Harrison yet? I like to watch him play and would be great if he was healthy for the big game between the Pats and Indy (assuming they're both still in it).
Good Luck
Go Pats!!
A quick aside before I answer your question about Marvin. Since Peyton calls the plays, when he said "our protection needs to be better" that was largely on himself to call plays to put the OLine in better positions.

Now, about Marvin. They say he will be good to go. He has practed several days and we will see how much he practices this week. I would be very surprised to not see him at least try to give it a go.
food for thought

Lowell, MA

#109 Jan 7, 2008
asdf wrote:
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A quick aside before I answer your question about Marvin. Since Peyton calls the plays, when he said "our protection needs to be better" that was largely on himself to call plays to put the OLine in better positions.
Now, about Marvin. They say he will be good to go. He has practed several days and we will see how much he practices this week. I would be very surprised to not see him at least try to give it a go.
Thank you for the info.

Since: Aug 07

United States

#110 Feb 3, 2008
BET wrote:
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I think people get a little carried away with Mannings antics & how he runs the offense. Of course he is great, he will go down as a top 7 QB of all time. Brady will be a top 3.
In regards to the offense Manning's head coach is not offense oriented at all so they rely on Manning to rune the offese. On the other hand Brady's coach is a genious(very weird( but hands down the best coach in the game. The Pats don't need Brady to run the offesne(although he could).
No one in their right mind could ever question what the Patriots do.
You cannot question the biggest choke in football history.

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