Faces change, success constant

Faces change, success constant

There are 28 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Nov 27, 2007, titled Faces change, success constant. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

Multiple personalities aren't necessarily a bad thing. Defensive leader: Colts linebacker Gary Brackett, shown with coach Tony Dungy, is responsible for making defensive calls.

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uprooted hoosier

Moline, IL

#21 Nov 27, 2007
Viola wrote:
People are always saying, that Bellicheck can act anyway he wants to,but that is why we have sportsmanship players rules and that's if you taunt and act ugly, you get an unsportsmanlike conduct call, that should also trickle down to the COACHES.
He got one earlier this year it was 750,000$ and a first round draft choice. Oh also a big asterik next to everything he has accomplished.
BDDFC

San Francisco, CA

#22 Nov 27, 2007
Great Post until BET started spewing his venom.
Don't forget!!
Ignore them and they will go away
uprooted hoosier

Moline, IL

#23 Nov 27, 2007
Viola wrote:
Yes, Ilove the COLTS, but they need to look in the draft for a better good,kickoff return playe and please get two great players on "O"line to protect Manning. Number 74 is worthless..He gets pushed back run over every singly play. PLEASE Bill get good special team players, that is really a WEAK area.
wonder why Giordano doesnt return kicks, he is always the fastest on the field chasing the other teams kick returners
Crunch

Studio City, CA

#24 Nov 27, 2007
NEWBIE ALERT: If you are new to posting here, please ignore anyone named BET. BET is arabic for TROLL.
johnnyufan

Milwaukee, WI

#25 Nov 28, 2007
I like our linebackers a lot this year. I don't know if any of them are Jeff Herrod or Mike Curtis (any time you can work in old number 32, life is good), but they are doing a lot of things right this year. And the best part is they are fairly young and have a great chance to get better and better as they play together more.
Billy Griffin

Los Angeles, CA

#26 Nov 28, 2007
As long as new offensive and defensive stars like Antoine Bethea and Anthony Gonzales emerge on the Colts.
Special teams will always suffer. Why??
Because the Colts only have enough salary cap money to pay the old and the emerging new stars.
So special teams will always be a hodge podge and a crap shoot of scrubs!!
usa1

Central District, Hong Kong

#27 Nov 29, 2007
Pats rule!
Biasucki

Indianapolis, IN

#28 Nov 29, 2007
BDDFC wrote:
Great Post until BET started spewing his venom.
Don't forget!!
Ignore them and they will go away
Not going to happen.

Pats 11-0
Lil' Blew Ponies - Home of the Bandwagon, know nothing fans.

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