Colts try spin cycle in Harrison story

Colts try spin cycle in Harrison story

There are 482 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Nov 29, 2006, titled Colts try spin cycle in Harrison story. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

A couple of minutes after Sunday night's Indianapolis Colts victory, I approached coach Tony Dungy as he made his way from the interview room to the locker room.

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sprink

Chicago, IL

#2 Nov 29, 2006
bob, you are an idiot looking for something to stir up. Move to clevland or dallas if you need something to write about. Were you run out of denver for trying to dig up dirt on the broncos? Marvin has been the best wide reciever in the league since he arrived, if he doesn't want to watch a fieldgoal who cares. I go to the bathroom or get a drink during the kicking game. lighten up/
colts fan

AOL

#3 Nov 29, 2006
Now, who's whining?
Jae

Goodland, IN

#4 Nov 29, 2006
From what I saw Marvin was not able to get free of the guys that was guarding hiim. He was all over him with his hands, arms, legs and anything else he could and did get by with. Peyton could not get a ball into him, and I don't see Marvin running the ball much. And they were playing a running game. Plus he had just paid for two bus loads of family and friends from Philly to be there and he would have liked to show off a little bit. But we know he is dangerous and he will get his share of balls. I have him for fanasty team and darn glad to have him.
Frank Murphy

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#5 Nov 29, 2006
We need to remember that no one does their job better then Marvin and that it is Kravitz job to sell newspapers.
Janet

Mccordsville, IN

#6 Nov 29, 2006
Can't a person just have a bad day. I'm having one reading your article. Get off of it and quit looking for things to sell more papers. We are getting this close to the playoffs and don't need this kind of crap now.
John Entwistle

Indianapolis, IN

#7 Nov 29, 2006
Leave it alone already. You're the only one worried about this.
Art in Indy

Indianapolis, IN

#8 Nov 29, 2006
This is why reporters are constantly the most ignorant people on the face of the planet. They talk in length about something they know nothing about.
steve

Ft Mitchell, KY

#9 Nov 29, 2006
kravitz is a idiot this is really not even a story
Paul

Beaver Island, MI

#10 Nov 29, 2006
Hey Bob get over yourself.
Diane Foreman

Ontario, CA

#11 Nov 29, 2006
After reading this lousy article, it is clear this columnist must be having a lousy day. No one but you insulted our intelligence and also Marvin's.Should you only write as well as Marvin plays!!!
Keith Haemmerle

Palm Harbor, FL

#12 Nov 29, 2006
So What? Give it a rest...this ain't Watergate and you ain't Woodward...
Straightliner

Indianapolis, IN

#13 Nov 29, 2006
The story here is not Harrison. It's another Polian "everything's fine and all you writers and fans are idiots" deal...

BTW...I am LMAO over some of these comments...Kravitz does not have to "sell papers"...I read his article this morning for free on the internet.

Polian's a piece of work...Steeler fans last January were laughing over his efforts to keep them out of the Dome...

Then there was his radio explosion over the Jame's knee incident...

Bill "I've never won a Super Bowl" Polian...

Good article Bob...nice you caught them and I especially enjoyed the "just 10 minutes before I got here" comment from Polian...yeah, right...LOL
Bryan Walker

United States

#14 Nov 29, 2006
Get over it already! Marvin gets paid to catch passes and that's what he wants to do. You get paid to write sports articles. What if you boss all of a sudden said, "Hey forget about writing about sports and take out the garbage this week!". My guess is you'd get a little bit of an attitude too!
Star Gazer

Indianapolis, IN

#15 Nov 29, 2006
The reference to Pluto should have read "the former planet known as Pluto", not the "planet formerly known as Pluto." Pluto was downgraded from its status as a planet, so it is a planet no more.
greg

Lincoln, CA

#16 Nov 29, 2006
bob, the way these comments are going on this post,sounds like your ego and colunm have a problem
Jim

Battle Creek, MI

#17 Nov 29, 2006
Give it a rest!!! Harrison has been the model player for his entire career with the Colts. Now because of one "incident," for which you all are speculating about, he's is being crucified and compared to the likes of LaBron and T.O. Give him some credit. If in fact there was momentary lapse of "team spirit" it simply shows that he has human emotions. Quit belaboring the point!!! Give him the respect he is due
Sean

Delaware, OH

#18 Nov 29, 2006
He WAS pouting, like he has many times before. He wants to break Jerry Rice's records, but the Colts spread the ball too much for it to ever happen. He needs to grow up and realize it's all about team and it's all about winning and it's all about winning the Super Bowl -- which will be tougher to do if he's Marvin the Moper.
Vince

Lyons, IL

#19 Nov 29, 2006
This would be a story if Marv was flipping the bird double barreled style, leaving the field before halftime. Let it go Bob.
Colts Fan

AOL

#20 Nov 29, 2006
Bob, when are you going to have a good day at the office?
Bobby K has lost it

United States

#21 Nov 29, 2006
No not Bobby Knight. Bobby Kravitz. This is the second article in three days dedicated to this rediculous story. You filled an entire page full of garbage about your perceived spin of this no-story. Is this what it has come to in the Indystar sports section? Is it that slow? You say everyone is talking about this. Who? You? I havent heard anything about this from anyone locally or nationally. You are trying to create a story where there is none and its obvious to all Star readers. It's borderline pathetic. The team is 10-1 and you would think we were 1-10 with how Bobby K knit picks every little thing. Just enjoy the season and quit looking for reasons to not like this team. They will be 3-13 again one day. Dont think this will last forever because thats not the way the NFL works.

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