Colts fall in dome's final regular-season game

Tennessee won a football game it needed to win, but the Indianapolis Colts got most of what they wanted, too, during a strange but entertaining Sunday evening at the RCA Dome. Read more
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ken

United States

#193 Jan 1, 2008
Romeo is DEAD wrote:
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You are FULL of excuses. I'm guessing you are a DIMocrap---right?
Face it, your "browies" now will NEVER be half as good as the great Browns that left because your city failed to support them.
Oh, that's right, that is someone else's fault too.
If you are indeed 55, you NEVER grew up and had to face any responsibility! That is a character and moral flaw that won't be solved by ANY amount of NFL wins by your favorite team.
Cleveland supported the Browns but because some City took Baltimore's team years ago they decided to steal Cleveland's....Now what Hoosier City could have don such a rotten thing?
ken

United States

#194 Jan 1, 2008
Romeo is DEAD wrote:
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Let me translate for "Crybaby Ken",
The mean old Colts didn't rise their team to allow my Brownies to make the playoffs. Pay no mind to the fact that the Brownies put themselves in this position by their poor play and loss to substandard teams.
It is the fault of Dungy and the Colts because,---well because--- I said so, and I know everything and you people know the rest!
What a brain dead fool Kenny is! I'm betting when Kenny sits in the "dogpound" he doesn't need a bulldog mask, but DOES need tree seats for his big @$$! lol
Did Romeo die....I thought Dungy's son did?
Fan of Reggie

Sunnyvale, CA

#199 Jan 1, 2008
John from Columbus wrote:
I keep reading in this thread about how the Colts had to rest their starters? THEY DIDN'T REST THEIR STARTERS! Manning played a quarter and a half. Reggie Wayne played significant minutes and Jeff Saturday played almost the entire game. As a Browns fan it is slightly maddening that the Colts starters didn't stay in the game until least the 3rd quarter -- and then leave with a comfortable lead?
Why did they leave midway through the 2nd quarter? If your reply is because Dungy didn't want to risk injuries -- well heck, they could've been injured on the very first play of the game???
Maddening I tell ya.
The Brownies have no to blame but
themselves. They had a great turnaround season, but don't deserve
to be in the playoffs by losing to
the hapless Bungles. Romeo Crennel
and any other coach with half a brain
would have done the same thing Tony
Dungy did by playing the starters
sparingly.
jess4228

AOL

#200 Jan 3, 2008
what was the line on the titans gome
jess4228

AOL

#201 Jan 3, 2008
really need to know the line (in the Star(on the titans game

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