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IMO DL and pas rushers are bigger needs than the positions mentioned, except maybe safety.
2 months ago on Conversation @ http://coltsauthority.com/2014-articles/ca-offseason-primer-positions-of-need.html
A haiku to honor Laron:
Laron is gone gone
So says the Colts front office
Now onto T-Rich...
Oh damn, I couldn't be nice.
2 months ago on Conversation @ http://coltsauthority.com/2014-articles/an-ode-to-laron-landry.html
This is a guy who couldn't make the Vikings squad in 2013 due to off-field issues. He's also been visiting a handfull of other teams among them Panthers, who couldn't find use for him.
I'm not getting my hopes, but it can hardly be a bad deal. Unless we pay him like a star.
2 months, 2 weeks ago on Conversation @ http://coltsauthority.com/2014-articles/the-colts-officially-reach-a-deal-with-duron-carter.html
This is spot on.
That Pats media interview with Doyel, is a perfect exmple. And I don't even like Doyel. Them calling one anyone else an ass? What?
And yes, it is personal.
3 months ago on Conversation @ http://coltsauthority.com/2014-articles/a-guide-to-being-a-colts-fan-during-patriots-week.html
I bet most of us can get behind this: "Personally, I’m going for whatever is worst for Tom Brady."
5 months, 2 weeks ago on Conversation @ http://coltsauthority.com/2014-articles/who-to-root-for-week-10-2.html
I don't think the score will be that close. Sadly.
5 months, 2 weeks ago on Conversation @ http://coltsauthority.com/2014-articles/eyes-in-the-backfield-colts-40-giants-24.html
The Steelers are at best a mediocre team that gets beaten by bad teams.
And let's remember that the defense sucked when Davis was still in. They were simply unprepared and undisciplined, which has a lot to do with coaching. The good hing is that that is fixable.
5 months, 3 weeks ago on Conversation @ http://coltsauthority.com/2014-articles/colts-unable-to-keep-up-with-steelers-lose-51-34.html
@Pikebg40 Won't help to get of Pep. Pagano and Grigson will just find someone similar. If you want another philosophy, you have to get rid off Pagano and Grigso. I would not be against that at all.
7 months ago on Conversation @ http://coltsauthority.com/2014-articles/eyes-in-the-backfield-eagles-30-colts-27.html
@squirrel Fully agreed.
1 year ago on Hot Takes on Jim Irsay
FWIW I don't want OL
I just don't think the
OL is as big a difference maker in terms of winning games as one of all the
other missing pieces (i.e. WR and pretty much everything on defense).
1 year, 2 months ago on Defending Crazy: Why I don't want the Colts to draft OL early
1 year, 3 months ago on Eyes in the Backfield: Patriots
Well written.Let him be what he is.
1 year, 3 months ago on Growing Up Before My Eyes
I think many Colts fans share this conflict, myself included.
1 year, 3 months ago on Coping with Conflict
This is spot on. Thumbs up.
1 year, 4 months ago on Colts fans need some perspective for their perspective
Can the next game get her already so I can erase this one from my memory? (And just beat the damn Tacks)
1 year, 5 months ago on Monday Morning Moaner: Colts vs. Rams, Crowd Sourcing
Shouldn't we also be rooting for the 49'ers and Seattle for strength of schedule reasons?
1 year, 5 months ago on Who to Root For: Week 10
I love the jazz hands.
I also love these posts :-)
1 year, 5 months ago on GIFtastic: The Colts complete comeback in Houston
@hankster @gizzardfanny @smonroe And that makes it OK?
And I don't think it's new, it's just more/better tested.
1 year, 5 months ago on Things I would Tweet if I were a Tweeter
Twitter is so empty without this.
@smonroe How is doping not a moral and ethical problem?
@pierrezombie I noticed that Reggies followed off the field by Mathis and Bethea. The core guyd knew this was bad.
1 year, 5 months ago on Big Win comes with a Big Price: Colts lose WR Reggie Wayne for the Season with Torn ACL
This makes me so sad. I was so ready to go back into happy fan mode after an emotional week and then this? Dammit!
1 year, 6 months ago on Big Win comes with a Big Price: Colts lose WR Reggie Wayne for the Season with Torn ACL
@mshah9008 We don't have the pick for that.
@mattshedd I was feeling similarly. Though I did want Manning to get a TD at the end.
I don't think I can ever root against Manning, but I can sure root against his team :-)
1 year, 6 months ago on Colts Hang on to Beat Denver 39-33
I started watching football around 2002-2003. And by started to watch football, I literally mean that I hadn't watch a single snap before that time. Football is not part of the sports newsstream over here (it is more so now, but it wasn't 10 years ago). I remember back in the 90s when the boys in my class talked football and I thought they were jerks and why on earth did they stay up so late on Sundays to watch some weird sport and no wonder they sucked in school. Those years is why I still hate the Cowboys, by the way.
In the 2000's I had moved on, living in a dorm, studying and partying all night and getting up so late on Sundays that I couldn't fall asleep. At some point my remote landed on football. And for a long time that always made me fall asleep. At some point, though, I had watched so much of it that I actually understood the basics (we're talking real basics here, 4 downs to get 10 yards and such) - and it suddenly became so interesting that I didn't fall asleep anymore! Dammit!
The first season that I remember actually watching games or parts of games was the 2004. How could I not end up as a Colts fan? I don't remember specific games, but I do now that the first game that kept me a wake all night was a Colts game. Don't ask me which one, I don't remember the opponent (obviously, the opponent didn't impress me much), but there were lots of TDs and that got me hooked. I remember being stunned about those long, beautiful passes right on spot.
Even though I don't remember any specific games from the 2005 regular season I do remember the Dungy coming back game and the playoff loss. The combination of that and the 2006 season defines my fanhood, I think. The 2006 season was the first season were I truely followed the Colts, started reading Colts stuff on the internet and hanging around fan sites.
If it hadn't been for those emotional years, I don't know if I would have hung around. But during those years, Peyton Manning style football got me hooked.
Without those beautiful passes back then, I probably wouldn't be a Colts fan or a football fan at all. That's what Peyton Manning is to me. And I'm grateful.
1 year, 6 months ago on Colts fans talk about Peyton Manning
This is beautiful.
@SpencerFGray @EconolineVan @Nate Dunlevy @DougEngland With the comments from Irsay, why would he?
1 year, 6 months ago on Eyes in the Backfield: Broncos
As I said yesterday, I simply don't know. I don't think any of those mentioned is it for me. It might be a mixture of all of it (except for the growing up part, I was +20 before I watch a snap of football). At this point, though, I think a major part of why I watch football is the connection to the online Colts community.
1 year, 6 months ago on Coveting the Result, Overlooking the Journey
@steveb19 It doesn't matter if they limit Peyton's possessions if they don't score points on theirs. Unless they steal a possession, Peyton will have just as many possessions.
Thumbs for putting #4 and #5 down in words.
And I'm looking forward to #9.
@DougEngland Kravitz makes up othet stuff, so I have no reason to believe him. He should work on his credibility if he wants me to believe him.
1 year, 6 months ago on Hitchhiker's Guide to What Peyton Manning Means to Me
@DougEngland That's because Wormtongue isn't a Colts fan. Never has been and never will be.
@Goéland @DougEngland Well said.
@mattshedd @DougEngland That would be so awesome.
@pierrezombie I'm pretty sure he dissed those two people because he wanted to be face of the franchise. Part of me thinks/fears that for the same reason, he will never let Luck carry the team.
@mattshedd @gizzardfanny @TrueBlue87 I have decided to wear my Manning jersey in protest on Sunday. The team never gave me a chance to properly retire it.
I'm considering to change to my Luck jersey at half time, but that decision will be open until the final minute.
@TrueBlue87 @mattshedd I disagree. Cutting Manning was not wrong. But the way they handled the 2 months leading up to cutting him was totally disrespectful and very wrong. May even have been worse than this week - but only because it lasted 2-3 months.
@Kyle Rodriguez @Payton Needs sound.
@Candlebox Efficient = Scoring 9 points against one of the worst defenses in the league? OK, I disagree.
1 year, 6 months ago on Tuesday Morning Moaner: Colts at Chargers
@bradicus18 They can be used on special teams as well. But that's as far as I'll go.
@ quick hit no. 3: Another sign that this was a bad trade: This was Richardson's best game - look how much that helped this team win.
@GregC @DougEngland They could end up putting it in the hands of the fullback.
1 year, 6 months ago on Monday Morning Moaner: Colts vs Seahawks
@thellamajockey You think he'll play in the 3rd quarter?
1 year, 6 months ago on Monday Morning Moaner: Colts at Jaguars
@RobertItoh Because he was drafted by Polian.
1 year, 6 months ago on Colts Authority Radio Post Game Wrapup, Colts at Jaguars, Week 4
@pierrezombie Agreed on all accounts.
1 year, 6 months ago on What if...the Colts had traded the #1 pick?
@Goéland @DougEngland "I truly loved being your quarterback"
I hadn't even noticed the logo thing. Who came upo with that horrible idea? It's awful. Awful.
1 year, 7 months ago on Eyes in the Backfield: Dolphins
@Bobman1 That is great. My favorite is the "Staring contest. Go".
I don't know how you can put the Colts above the Tacks based on week 1.
(Overall impression, I agree, but that most likely due to a Colts fan factor.)
1 year, 7 months ago on AFC South State of the Division - Week 1