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PLAYA

Indianapolis, IN

#1 Nov 19, 2007
All you boston RATS GET BACK IN YOUR HOLE, a win is a win!
Dennis_Daviess Co

United States

#2 Nov 19, 2007
Hey! A win is a win no matter how you get it. And we won it. Go Colts!!!!!!
LoreenL

Venice, FL

#3 Nov 19, 2007
I'll take the "W" - after all, the Colts always hit a rough stretch at some time in the season - better now than during the playoffs.

Oh, Bill Frown and his clowns ran up the score last night against the mighty Buffalo Bills. What a loser!
Pete

Abington, PA

#4 Nov 19, 2007
What a sorry game. A rookie QB playing his first game outperforms Mr Manning. The DOLTS have big issues on offense. The passing game has been weak all season and now the running game is gone. The DOLTS will be lucky to make the playoffs. They are looking at 4 losses in the next 6 games and maybe more. Jacksonville will teat thme up, along with losses to Tenn/Houston/Baltimore.

Defense is their only hope. Maybe it's time to start Sorgi
Alan

United States

#5 Nov 19, 2007
It's time for Colts' receivers to pick it up a notch. Having watched Addai, throw him the ball. Looks like he catch just about anything thrown in his vicinity. Heck, use Addai as a slotback and put Keith in as a blocking back. Improvise and attack! Go Colts. Nice win.
Mark

United States

#6 Nov 19, 2007
Pete wrote:
What a sorry game. A rookie QB playing his first game outperforms Mr Manning. The DOLTS have big issues on offense. The passing game has been weak all season and now the running game is gone. The DOLTS will be lucky to make the playoffs. They are looking at 4 losses in the next 6 games and maybe more. Jacksonville will teat thme up, along with losses to Tenn/Houston/Baltimore.
Defense is their only hope. Maybe it's time to start Sorgi
Hey Man from Philly,

I think your Eagles are probably more suited for your excellent advice. You should consider returning to college and get a degree in coaching. Good advice, but not for the COLTS!
LoreenL

Venice, FL

#7 Nov 19, 2007
Hey Pete from Philly - How are the Beagles doing this year?
Republicanpundit

Newark, OH

#8 Nov 19, 2007
chiefs paid off in vegas and that is what is important
Bruce

Sterling Heights, MI

#9 Nov 19, 2007
A win is a win and much needed in Indpls. Otherwise.....Indpls. played a very sloppy game!
Reminds me of the old Indpls. Colts!
iu mad

Rushville, IN

#10 Nov 19, 2007
Pete wrote:
What a sorry game. A rookie QB playing his first game outperforms Mr Manning. The DOLTS have big issues on offense. The passing game has been weak all season and now the running game is gone. The DOLTS will be lucky to make the playoffs. They are looking at 4 losses in the next 6 games and maybe more. Jacksonville will teat thme up, along with losses to Tenn/Houston/Baltimore.
Defense is their only hope. Maybe it's time to start Sorgi
Even though houston at 5-5 is even with Eagles the Colts despite their struggles are 8-2 and have beaten Tenn. Jax. and Host. on their home fields. Colts will get healthy and when they are their as good as anyone.Remember New England had to come from behind for win and San Diago was very winnable,could be 10-0. Me thinks your green with envy...
BlueWave

South Bend, IN

#11 Nov 19, 2007
Nothing matters until playoff time. We will be there and we know we can win it all. New England knows the Colts are the only team that can beat them, the only team they're afraid of. Whether they admit it or not.

If you're so worried about the Colts right now or think you can rip them for how they've played lately, you really don't understand anything. The Super Bowl isn't won in November. This team will be fine. We can win in Foxboro, no doubt about it.
Greg Nichols

Czech Republic

#12 Nov 19, 2007
NO excuses Colts offense! The Colts defense has just as many injuries if not more and they are playing great! Harrison out is no excuse either. How many NFL teams have TWO All-Pro receivers on the same team besides the Colts? Answer: ZERO. Manning is only the 15th ranked quartback now and most of those above him are doing it without ANY All-Pro receivers on their team. How many people can even name any receiver 38 year old Bret Favre has (and he has no running game) and look at the numbers he is putting up. The Colts red zone touchdown production is pathetic! PUT the ball in the end zone Manning and FORGET you even have a field goal kicker!!!
purpas

Washington, IN

#13 Nov 19, 2007
Very very sloppy. If we can just get a win on turkey day I think that we will be alright. That will give us 10 days to get healthy and breathe a little bit easier. Oh Tarik where are you when we need you! I don't care how athletic/good Ugoh is -- if he doesn't play any ballgames it doesn't matter he is not worth the roster sheet is name is printed on. There is something to be said for durability -- Tarik had it. As for #4, if you are hurt lose the pride and sit because the field goal misses are killing us! I held my breath yesterday on the game winning 24 yarder -- it should never come down to that -- those should always be automatic.
MainePatsfan

Rumford, ME

#14 Nov 19, 2007
Hey Indy the Colts escaped with their playoff lives yesterday, huh? How did it feel seeing the Kicker Who Sold His Soul stroll out for another must-make kick at the end? Make you a little nervous? No doubt automatic Adam would make a game-winner for ya, right? No reason for concern, right? While the Dolts managed a last second kick for the win, the rest of the country was looking on your organization with fresh eyes. Yesterday was another "Sad Day For The NFL". Imagine how ashamed a Dungy-coached team should feel for not disclosing an obvious injury to Vinatieri's plant foot? You have to expect honorable men like Dungy and Polian to resign in disgrace by 6PM today, right? Wrong. Because a competitive advantage like ignoring the NFL rules on injury disclosure is fine as long as you don't videotape it, right? It just goes to show that, this very second, your Colts are doing things you though only cheaters did. Not disclosing an injury on the official NFL injury report is a blatent NFL Rules Violation. I'm sure Roger Goddell will come down hard on your Colts by late this afternoon. I'm sure he'll order a full and complete investigation as the groundswell of NFL fan hatred builds on web sites and blogs from Bangor, Maine to Bangor, Washington. I fully expect your coach to lose a half-million dollars and your GM to lose his 1st round pick before this whole nightmare is forgotten. That would be a measured and appropriate response considering the renewed importance the league has placed on the accuracy of the injury report this year. Ignoring the commisioner's memo reminding all teams that all injuries must appear on the official report on Wednesday by 4PM just shows the arrogance of the entire Colt organization, doesn't it? Classless cheaters and I think that must come from their head coach.
PatsFanBob

Sarasota, FL

#15 Nov 19, 2007
PLAYA wrote:
All you boston RATS GET BACK IN YOUR HOLE, a win is a win!
Buffalo didn't cry like you babies!
Enjoy your little win.
BlueWave

South Bend, IN

#16 Nov 19, 2007
Do you like rambling? What is your point?

No one is making excuses. We won the game. This team will be fine regardless of how people like you think. Thankfully you're not our Coach.

If you know anything about sports, seasons have their ups and downs. I'm rather confident that the Colts will get things fixed and play great before the year is over.

It's not time to panic, and anyone who knows anything about football would realize this.
Greg Nichols wrote:
NO excuses Colts offense! The Colts defense has just as many injuries if not more and they are playing great! Harrison out is no excuse either. How many NFL teams have TWO All-Pro receivers on the same team besides the Colts? Answer: ZERO. Manning is only the 15th ranked quartback now and most of those above him are doing it without ANY All-Pro receivers on their team. How many people can even name any receiver 38 year old Bret Favre has (and he has no running game) and look at the numbers he is putting up. The Colts red zone touchdown production is pathetic! PUT the ball in the end zone Manning and FORGET you even have a field goal kicker!!!
BlueWave

South Bend, IN

#17 Nov 19, 2007
What a sorry game? No, what a sorry post by you. You simply can't see the big picture if this is what you really think. I'm suspicious though, seems you're just trying to stir up trouble. You may find what you're looking for.

The Colts will be fine. You're obviously afraid of the truth.
Pete wrote:
What a sorry game. A rookie QB playing his first game outperforms Mr Manning. The DOLTS have big issues on offense. The passing game has been weak all season and now the running game is gone. The DOLTS will be lucky to make the playoffs. They are looking at 4 losses in the next 6 games and maybe more. Jacksonville will teat thme up, along with losses to Tenn/Houston/Baltimore.
Defense is their only hope. Maybe it's time to start Sorgi
PatsFanBob

Sarasota, FL

#18 Nov 19, 2007
BlueWave wrote:
Nothing matters until playoff time. We will be there and we know we can win it all. New England knows the Colts are the only team that can beat them, the only team they're afraid of. Whether they admit it or not.
If you're so worried about the Colts right now or think you can rip them for how they've played lately, you really don't understand anything. The Super Bowl isn't won in November. This team will be fine. We can win in Foxboro, no doubt about it.
The Patriots look so scared they're beating the crap out of everyone.
Wake up idiot! The Dolts dont even register on the Patriots radar screen.
iu mad

Rushville, IN

#19 Nov 19, 2007
purpas wrote:
Very very sloppy. If we can just get a win on turkey day I think that we will be alright. That will give us 10 days to get healthy and breathe a little bit easier. Oh Tarik where are you when we need you! I don't care how athletic/good Ugoh is -- if he doesn't play any ballgames it doesn't matter he is not worth the roster sheet is name is printed on. There is something to be said for durability -- Tarik had it. As for #4, if you are hurt lose the pride and sit because the field goal misses are killing us! I held my breath yesterday on the game winning 24 yarder -- it should never come down to that -- those should always be automatic.
he must have some kind of injury. extra points arn't even automatic.
Alan

United States

#20 Nov 19, 2007
Just a brief philosophical question -- what happens to you when the Pats start to lose? Will we see your kind posts continuing on the Indy Star? As with any sports team, I'd encourage you to provide some commentary with your posts, not just some jibberish sprinkled with a disdain for our Colts. We like our Colts. If they win, that's great. If they lose, they are still a class organization. I happen to like Coach Dungy. I'd encourage you to read his book -- it could save your life.
MainePatsfan wrote:
Hey Indy the Colts escaped with their playoff lives yesterday, huh? How did it feel seeing the Kicker Who Sold His Soul stroll out for another must-make kick at the end? Make you a little nervous? No doubt automatic Adam would make a game-winner for ya, right? No reason for concern, right? While the Dolts managed a last second kick for the win, the rest of the country was looking on your organization with fresh eyes. Yesterday was another "Sad Day For The NFL". Imagine how ashamed a Dungy-coached team should feel for not disclosing an obvious injury to Vinatieri's plant foot? You have to expect honorable men like Dungy and Polian to resign in disgrace by 6PM today, right? Wrong. Because a competitive advantage like ignoring the NFL rules on injury disclosure is fine as long as you don't videotape it, right? It just goes to show that, this very second, your Colts are doing things you though only cheaters did. Not disclosing an injury on the official NFL injury report is a blatent NFL Rules Violation. I'm sure Roger Goddell will come down hard on your Colts by late this afternoon. I'm sure he'll order a full and complete investigation as the groundswell of NFL fan hatred builds on web sites and blogs from Bangor, Maine to Bangor, Washington. I fully expect your coach to lose a half-million dollars and your GM to lose his 1st round pick before this whole nightmare is forgotten. That would be a measured and appropriate response considering the renewed importance the league has placed on the accuracy of the injury report this year. Ignoring the commisioner's memo reminding all teams that all injuries must appear on the official report on Wednesday by 4PM just shows the arrogance of the entire Colt organization, doesn't it? Classless cheaters and I think that must come from their head coach.

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