It's great offense vs. magnificent de...

It's great offense vs. magnificent defense

There are 22 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Feb 3, 2007, titled It's great offense vs. magnificent defense. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

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Sam Gascon

Monon, IN

#1 Feb 3, 2007
I hope we are not going to play catch-up again. It is always prudent to be ahead and keep on lighting the scoreboard which will spell S U C C E S S ............

“GOPHER TEEF BRADY”

Since: Jan 07

Merritt Island Florida

#2 Feb 3, 2007
GO COLTS!
Special good luck goes out to former Syracuse alumni; Marvin Harrison, Dwight Freeney, Josh Thomas and Ryan LaCasse, you have already made us Upstate New Yorkers proud. To Syracuse alumni James Mungro, sorry you couldn't be part of this magnificent ride on the field, we know how valuable you have been to the Colts and wish you a speedy recovery. Hope to see you on the field for the Colts again next year for a repeat!
The time is almost here! It is the Colts time!
Jordan

Miami, FL

#3 Feb 3, 2007
After all the talk of Indy offense vs. Bears defense, I'd love to see the Colts D outshine them all and give an excellent performance.

http://www.myspace.com/jdradair
James Madison

Erlanger, KY

#4 Feb 3, 2007
Jordan wrote:
I'd love to see the Colts D outshine them all and give an excellent performance.
Wouldn't be surprised at all. They wouldn't be here at all of not for the D in Game 1.
ron mexico

Delaware, OH

#5 Feb 3, 2007
I'M WORRIED_VERY WORRIED!

GO COLTS
Amazed in BigD

United States

#6 Feb 3, 2007
Feed back on “NFL's lawyers sack church's game plan”

Isn’t it amazing that in our democratic freedom we tend to law ourselves out of reasonable liberty! Wow, so much for the letter of the law and unreasonable bureaucratic systems. Laws are to liberate and be life giving boundaries not smothering restrictions. Fortunately despite the World there is Grace and Love in God. Jesus fulfilled The Law. He died for its consequences so we do not have to. By the way, the NFL s could have made this a win-win situation with a little civil grace.

Who would have thought that we all needed protection from subversive churches who might gather groups of people to see the fun and flashy advertisements during the not so super duper bowl.

After all, no matter how fantastic, super duper, and incredible it may seem, it is still only a game. A high dollar enterprise that attempts to persuade everyone that this is a really an important event in the life of the whole world; a game which grown men play, a game which can be fun, a game which makes lots of $s, a game, entertainment, amusement, pastime, sport, diversion, a game. I’ll stay home and read a good book.
Captain Chaos 05

United States

#7 Feb 3, 2007
"Offense wins games. Defense wins championships." I'm taking Chicago.
OUR TIME

Williamstown, VT

#8 Feb 3, 2007
Captain Chaos 05 wrote:
"Offense wins games. Defense wins championships."
da bear defense is overrated, stats puffed up by playing weak AFC teams.

The Colts defense will outshine da bears defense.

This will be a game of total domination.

Colts in a Romp!

It's OUR TIME!!
indycoltsfan1945

Greenwood, MS

#9 Feb 3, 2007
Tomorrow is the day!!!!
"LET's GO COLTS"
COLTS-17/BEARS-14!!!!!!!
MAY GOD BLESS YOU
LARRY S
kenny

United States

#10 Feb 3, 2007
i just wish it was over
Simon says

Canton, MI

#11 Feb 3, 2007
Amazed in BigD wrote:
Feed back on “NFL's lawyers sack church's game plan”
Isn’t it amazing that in our democratic freedom we tend to law ourselves out of reasonable liberty! Wow, so much for the letter of the law and unreasonable bureaucratic systems. Laws are to liberate and be life giving boundaries not smothering restrictions. Fortunately despite the World there is Grace and Love in God. Jesus fulfilled The Law. He died for its consequences so we do not have to. By the way, the NFL s could have made this a win-win situation with a little civil grace.
Who would have thought that we all needed protection from subversive churches who might gather groups of people to see the fun and flashy advertisements during the not so super duper bowl.
After all, no matter how fantastic, super duper, and incredible it may seem, it is still only a game. A high dollar enterprise that attempts to persuade everyone that this is a really an important event in the life of the whole world; a game which grown men play, a game which can be fun, a game which makes lots of $s, a game, entertainment, amusement, pastime, sport, diversion, a game. I’ll stay home and read a good book.
Ok you made your point. Im not interested in the game either, and as for showing it in church- thats pathetic. If I go to church I want to worship God not watch tv or a game.

“Beagle is Colts Lucky Charm”

Since: Jan 07

From Indy

#12 Feb 3, 2007
ron mexico wrote:
I'M WORRIED_VERY WORRIED!
GO COLTS
Ron Mexico? Funny name, and I get it heheheh - however I am worried too.

“Beagle is Colts Lucky Charm”

Since: Jan 07

From Indy

#13 Feb 3, 2007
Jordan wrote:
After all the talk of Indy offense vs. Bears defense, I'd love to see the Colts D outshine them all and give an excellent performance.
http://www.myspace.com/jdradair
What Jordan said!
A-Dogg

Bringhurst, IN

#14 Feb 3, 2007
ron mexico wrote:
I'M WORRIED_VERY WORRIED!
GO COLTS
What are you so worried about, Ron? You've been in these forums badmouthing the Colts for months, saying how much that they stink and Peyton Manning will demand a trade at the end of the season. Yeah that's right, I REMEMBER ALL YOUR ARROGANT REMARKS!!!! Now you come in here masquerading as a true Colts fan wo is SO worried about the game tomorrow? The Colts will be just fine tomorrow and don't need YOU to worry for them. You're pathetic!
Chad

United States

#15 Feb 3, 2007
Simon says wrote:
<quoted text> Ok you made your point. Im not interested in the game either, and as for showing it in church- thats pathetic. If I go to church I want to worship God not watch tv or a game.
I am a youth leader in a church who has used the Super Bowl for years as an outreach for youth. We have dozens of kids come and hear the Gospel for the first time. We turn the TV off when the commercials and half time show comes on. We have kids make decisions for Christ. I understand your concern. The thought of having something like this in our church 20 years ago would have made my hair stand up on the back of my neck. Anyway if you are not interested in the game then why are you here reading about it. "If I go to church" doesn't sound like a commitment.
I apologize for airing this here I don't mean to change the conversation, I hope I offended no one. By the way we won't be showing the game as planned we will move it to a home with a TV smaller than 55". The law is the law. We will, though, give a message that I hope kids respond to. The NFL can't keep us from doing that, even though they say they don't want a message attatched to the game
iwuvmycolts

Pinetown, NC

#16 Feb 3, 2007
Something tells me this one is going to be a barnburner. Manning may have to lead us down the field in the final two minutes for the win, 28-27. Good luck, Colts!
ted

Chicago, IL

#17 Feb 3, 2007
Bears 28 Colts 24

Go Bears! So much to teams that play in a pub-tent on a rug!
brandy

United States

#18 Feb 3, 2007
ted wrote:
Bears 28 Colts 24
Go Bears! So much to teams that play in a pub-tent on a rug!
colts 38 bears 7.go Colts!!!
Coltsville

Indianapolis, IN

#19 Feb 3, 2007
Captain Chaos 05 wrote:
"Offense wins games. Defense wins championships." I'm taking Chicago.
Precisly why the Baltimore Ravens are playing in the Super...oh wait..they're sitting at home.

We'll outplay the Bears defense anyhow..similar to the fashion in which we outplayed the Ravens.
Coltsville

Indianapolis, IN

#20 Feb 3, 2007
ted wrote:
Bears 28 Colts 24
Go Bears! So much to teams that play in a pub-tent on a rug!
So much for teams that rely on the opposition to hand the ball over to their defense and a cakewalk schedule to the superbowl.

Bear down...Colts up!!!

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