Will NFL behold the power of Zeus?

Will NFL behold the power of Zeus?

There are 25 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Nov 30, 2007, titled Will NFL behold the power of Zeus?. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

The irony isn't lost on Chuck Bower, an Indiana University scientist in astrophysics, whose office contains books such as "The Atomic Nucleus" and whose football career consisted of a single season in eighth ...

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Bob

Temple Hills, MD

#21 Dec 1, 2007
the pats didn't lose did they (against Philly)? every fan of every team in every sport can sit there and say "but" and "if" it doesn't change the outcome of games and there is nothing that can change it, deal with it.

the truth is that if the pats were healthy in the playoffs last year INDY would have lost and the pats would have once again been Sb champs!

stop crying about injuries its a part of the game we don't cry about them and only bring up the playoffs when you crybabies start with the injury tears again.

i hope you guys DO make it to play the pats in the boro, i want to come back here and read all the apologies when we win! on second thought i would not come back, way to much crying to wade through to try and find one post where an honorable colts fan might actually step up and give the pats the respect they deserve.
Concerned Citizen wrote:
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Are you kidding me? If a 2nd string quarterback would have had some patience instead of trying to get everything in one play, the Pats would have lost to some Philly sad sacks. If the Pats win, I tip my hat to them, but it will only be because injuries. Our fully healthy squad would beat a fully healthy Pats squad. Does that mean anything come playoff time? Of course not. You have to win with who you have out there. But it's still true.
deep blue

Circleville, OH

#22 Dec 1, 2007
this computerized concept is so rediculous that a coach that were to fail using the deep blue type computer could only fall back on the computers judgement therefore the players would have no faith in themselves or there coach terrible idea i agree this is al gore science
Sockpuppet

Indianapolis, IN

#23 Dec 2, 2007
at the Presentation:

"Yes, coach. I'm saying, based on my computerized analysis, in that situation, you should go for it."

"What's that ? Who wrote the base Operating System ? Why, Microsoft, of course."

"Wait, WAIT, everybody! Slow down! Only one person at a time will fit through the exit door !"

“NoGloabalNFL.com”

Since: Oct 07

Pompano Beach

#24 Dec 4, 2007
The city already invested in the stadium you might as well get what you bargained for. You mean tax payers should pay money so the games can go to other cities in other counteries? www.NoGlobalNFL.com
American wrote:
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A Super Bowl in Indy would means a loss to taxpayers of $50 million dollars.
At best, the city could break even, but "breaking even" means that enough money stays here to balance out the expense. In all cases, the money just gets transferred from the taxpayers to downtown hotels.
Taxpayers ALWAYS lose with sports funding.
Taxpayers were flat stolen from for that shameful stadium that sucked 1 billion dollars out of the Indiana economy. We'll be lucky to recoup 1/10 of that, as stadiums discourage development.
bobrt

Tel Aviv, Israel

#25 Mar 3, 2008

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