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Looking back, this is one of the funniest postseason articles written so far ...
11 months ago on Colts Authority
@paulcareyjr You make a good point ... as long as he's right about that, I'm not too picky about the rest of it.
@zgs1288 ... yes, yes it is. My bad. Thanks for the heads up.
11 months ago on Kuharsky: Will Lewis's News Impact the Colts?
@zgs1288 Thanks ;)
11 months, 2 weeks ago on Colts in Kansas City: A Complete Autopsy
@jlandz09 I think your scenario would be funny (three North teams end up 9-7, Chicago goes 10-6 and misses a playoff spot). Point being, the Colts need one win or tie, OR Pittsburgh to lose a game, OR Cincy to lose in week 17 against Baltimore, so - according to www.playoffstatus.com/nfl/afcstandings - Indy has a 1% chance of missing the playoffs this year. I'll take those odds.
11 months, 2 weeks ago on Chappell: Pagano Almost Back, Colts can Clinch
@jpz2 I guess you have to ask whether a player should be judged on their ability or their performance.
11 months, 3 weeks ago on Dunlevy: Brown on IR, Future with Indy in Doubt?
@Bobman @LouPin @RobertItoh Addai was hurt last year. I agree, certainly - comparing Johnson and Brown is unfair - but CJ won the starting job from LenDale White in '08. White was only a year older, had a great season the year before (over 1000 yards), and vanished as soon as Johnson started lighting up. Brown didn't even come close to challenging Addai.
11 months, 3 weeks ago on Colts Authority
@RobertItoh Brown (drafted 27th overall, '09), in four seasons has started 15 games, had two games of over 100 yards, a total of 1840 yards, and 10 touchdowns. To compare, in one season, Chris Johnson (drafted 24th overall, '08) started 16 games, had 12 games of over 100 yards, a total of 2006 yards, and 14 touchdowns. Just sayin'.
12 months ago on Colts Authority
On a funny side note, here's another view of the Luck-to-Avery throw. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o54u1XNXP6k
12 months ago on Keefer: Breaking Down the Final Play
When are we going to admit that the Eagles are the worst team in the league? I mean, if they were to play Jacksonville today, I'd pick the Jaguars. I'd even pick the Chiefs if it was in Kansas City. Over the last eight games they've been the absolute worst football team I can remember watching, and I follow the CFL. Seriously.
12 months ago on Colts Authority's Week 14 NFL Power Rankings
@AJ_ If you never change your profile picture, this post becomes even funnier.
@smonroe The SEC reference is priceless ... but in truth, the only people who wouldn't move the Colts up are Colts fans themselves. We saw how bad they truly looked through 56 minutes ... I mean, I'm not going to knock them down a peg over a terrific win, but they didn't do much to deserve higher than 10th.
@zgs1288 I agree, especially with Mathis; with him in the lineup, Freeney becomes a presence as well.
1 year ago on Dunlevy: Luck and Colts, Actually Good? | Articles
@buymymonkey The Colts went into Jacksonville really banged up; no Fleener, Avery playing sore, ditto with Brown. They only had three of their usual five O-line - you could really tell. With a ten day rest, they should have Matthis back, Freeney rested, the secondary back ... and their issues on offense should be fixed.
I agree - it should have been a bigger blowout - but given that the Colts were able to execute a road win on four days of rest, I think they can be effective against New England. The rookies haven't operated on short weeks before; yesterday, Indy started quite a few on offense.I just hope their injuries heal, and they can fight the Pats at full strength next week.
1 year ago on Bowen: Butler Takes Matters Into His Own Hands, Forces Three Turnovers | Articles
@Colt_Following In their three losses, Indy's D has given up 19, 14, and 17 points in the last two quarters; in their wins, the D's given up a combined 33 second half points (14, 6, 7, 3, and 3). It's weird, but the second half defense might be the reason Indy wins games.Also, Andrew Luck.
1 year ago on Richards: Colts Defense, With the Win | Articles
@andreaallennyc The Colts should have pressured the league to ban Collie and other players from playing, after their second concussion. As for Fleener ... all I'm saying is that most teams would take him out for a week, and then get him practicing again. Basically, 'out for 1-2 weeks'. By declaring him out for 2 weeks, the Colts are taking him out of games against Miami and Jacksonville so he can come back against New England. Does that seem smart to you? Actually, don't answer that - I'm done here. Have a nice day :)
1 year, 1 month ago on Richards: Colts Injury Report, Mixed Feelings | Articles
@andreaallennyc Hm. Long term health of players like Austin Collie?
@andreaallennyc I think it's ridiculous, that's all. Two weeks? Either they're playing up the time he'll be out, or they're just being too cautious ... but next week's NOT a good week to miss.
After Ballard's 360 at the end (or whatever that was), I didn't even pause to appreciate Arian's playcalling ... and yet, it was the most not-Jim-Caldwell thing he could have done. For that alone, I give him credit. Good call with the link.
1 year, 1 month ago on 1070 The Fan: Ballard’s Spin-to-Win Rewards Arians’ Aggressiveness | Articles
@zgs1288 @Colt_Following Hear that, Josh? I'm deleting ALL of your comments! (evil laugh)... no, but seriously. That's hilarious.
1 year, 1 month ago on Wells: Jerraud Powers's Play Overlooked | Articles