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drs23
09-12-2010, 06:49 PM
Here's what they're saying: http://www.coltfreaks.com/forum/showthread.php?t=33296

DBCooper
09-12-2010, 06:58 PM
Thanks for that.

Liked what I was hearing.

Good smart posts too, alot like this board.

headsplint
09-12-2010, 07:17 PM
Best quote from that thread (positives taken from the game)

Our D got in a lot of extra conditioning - chasing down the Houston RBs.

False Start
09-12-2010, 07:27 PM
I was reading through some of the threads over there. Where are these "classy" Colts fans that I keep hearing about? There were some good post, but there were a lot of shit talkers as well. They sound like Cowboys fans. They dont want to give credit to the Texans for playing a good game , just a lot of IF, this, and IF that. Talk about sore losers.

Don't get fooled my friend. Don't think that a star has been born in Arian Foster, or "Air Nation" as the gay slogan Texan fans like to use. That embarrasses me. Anyway, credit to the Texans but the Colts were just awful and were in the game the whole time. Had Collie not fumbled the Colts would have won and Texan fans would be ****ting the bed tonight wondering how they lost when the Colts were so bad. They gave up 400+ yds and 3TD's to Manning who had ZERO problems moving the ball on that defense. The Colts laid an egg and the Texans took advantage. I'm sure the players will all love their 2-15 rings. Win a playoff game in January then lets talk about the mighty Texans.

Since when did the NFL go to a 17 game schedule? :thinking:

Miggsy
09-12-2010, 07:34 PM
I was reading through some of the threads over there. Where are these "classy" Colts fans that I keep hearing about? There were some good post, but there were a lot of shit talkers as well. They sound like Cowboys fans. They dont want to give credit to the Texans for playing a good game , just a lot of IF, this, and IF that. Talk about sore losers.



Since when did the NFL go to a 17 game schedule? :thinking:

I didn't read past the 3rd page so I missed that one. What a d bag.

For the most part their fans were pretty accurate with their assessments in that their o line sucked and their run d was terrible. Could have given us a little more credit but I don't think I would reciprocate that if the tables were turned either.

Bottom line their fans are still pretty classy but there are a holes in every fan base.

TexCanada
09-12-2010, 07:41 PM
Since when did the NFL go to a 17 game schedule? :thinking:

I'm assuming he meant our record vs the Colts. That doesn't make him less of a D-bag though.

Texas T
09-12-2010, 07:42 PM
I was reading through some of the threads over there. Where are these "classy" Colts fans that I keep hearing about? There were some good post, but there were a lot of shit talkers as well. They sound like Cowboys fans. They dont want to give credit to the Texans for playing a good game , just a lot of IF, this, and IF that. Talk about sore losers.



Since when did the NFL go to a 17 game schedule? :thinking:

I think they were talking about our record against them...still pretty lame.
And when did we start calling it Air Nation?? Doesn't even make sense.

Speedy
09-12-2010, 09:08 PM
Who gives a shit about 2-15? In 2010 (the only season that counts at the moment) it's 1-0 Texans!!!

brakos82
09-12-2010, 09:12 PM
I think they were talking about our record against them...still pretty lame.
And when did we start calling it Air Nation?? Doesn't even make sense.

Yeah, everybody knows Arian Nation's better.

rickyb
09-12-2010, 09:17 PM
Why does it have to be the Colts run D sucked?
Why cannot it be that the Texans dominated the point of attack? That the run offense was superior? That the Texans had the better conditioning that carried them through 4 quarters of play?

pitiful talk.

Giant Tiger
09-12-2010, 09:18 PM
I was reading through some of the threads over there. Where are these "classy" Colts fans that I keep hearing about? There were some good post, but there were a lot of shit talkers as well. They sound like Cowboys fans. They dont want to give credit to the Texans for playing a good game , just a lot of IF, this, and IF that. Talk about sore losers.





They've only sounded friendly because they don't see us as a threat. I was really pissed off at their comments on this board after the Rosencopter game (never thought I'd ever use that term).

False Start
09-12-2010, 09:47 PM
I'm assuming he meant our record vs the Colts. That doesn't make him less of a D-bag though.

Yeah, you're right. Brainfart, lol.

El Tejano
09-12-2010, 10:02 PM
Okay. I'll play his games of if. Maybe Arian isn't a star. That's fine - we don't need him to be. Our QB has shown that he can move the ball just as well.

So if Collie doesn't drop the ball....yeah well he did and it wasn't because he decided to put the ball on the ground. It was because two safeties came and knocked it out of his hands.

Manning had zero problems moving the ball on our defense? Look I hate Manning but when he hit that TD to Collie in the 4th I gave him his respect for that. However, to say he had zero problems is just ignorant. They didn't get the lead the whole day so there had to be some problems. Oh yeah, that's right, their only TD of the first half came after WE through a pick and they only had to go like 50 yards for the TD. I guess I can see where he had no problem. This is the most I've seen Manning on the ground, and he actually would've thrown a pick if Quin could keep his hands on the ball.

P.S. Brian Cushing will be back for the next game.

I've always given Manning credit for being able to do what he does. Please give us credit for the fact that we only threw a pass 3 times in the second half. That's right - 3 times. On our first drive of the 2nd half we ran the ball 9 straight times and ended it with a TD run. That to me sounds like somebody got beat by a more physical team.

BigBull17
09-12-2010, 11:24 PM
Yeah, their fans are nice when they are winning, but once they lose, its excuse time. I can't stand most of them. The only reason they are relevant is they happened to have an awful record when Peyton was coming out. Lucky bastards. They got Peyton, we got David Carr. In closing, **** them!

Dan B.
09-12-2010, 11:35 PM
I don't remember, but I guess I hurt those colt freak guy's vages at some point. My email address was banned from the site.

I've known many well informed and congenial Colt fans. That site wasn't them. Good lord those posters are delusional.

Grforces
09-12-2010, 11:55 PM
You can always find some A-hole fans in everysite. But for the most part, they aren't big trash talkers. Not in terms of how they lost to a worse team or anything like that. They kinda stay positive, and im very suprised. Cowboy fans are the worse by far. They think that evey person on thier team is the best in the league.
They are taking in stride for the most part, and debating what they have to do the next game and season to win.
Here we would be saying this guy sucks, get rid of this guy. We should of got rid of the staff, etc etc.
Don't get me worse i dont think we are bad, it would be kinda ridicoulous if we started talking crap considering our track record with the colts.

HJam72
09-13-2010, 06:41 AM
It's not whether the Colts run D is so bad or our running game is so good. It's a lot of both. :ahhaha:

hradhak
09-13-2010, 06:51 AM
The Colts got outplayed. The better team on the field today won.
I imagine that when we play the Colts in Indy, our game plan isn't going to change. If you know you are going to run, and the defense knows you are going to run, and you still run it for 5+ yards every time, your team is just plain better.

Seņor Stan
09-13-2010, 09:50 AM
This one is my favorite.


http://www.texansbullpen.com/10photogallery/Season/2010-09-12-Colts-Texans/4thQuarter/DSC_1289.JPG

Second Honeymoon
09-13-2010, 10:01 AM
Colts fan needs to realize they will be irrelevant soon
Once Peyton retires it's over for these losers

Aside from the first 2 drives, myers was outstanding

If myers can play at that level this year
The offense could improve from last year
Which is a tall order...

Chance_C
09-13-2010, 10:37 AM
Look at Leach!! He looks like he wants to knock someone's head off in the victory formation!! He is a monster!!

Stemp
09-13-2010, 10:39 AM
Colts fan needs to realize they will be irrelevant soon
Once Peyton retires it's over for these losers

Aside from the first 2 drives, myers was outstanding

If myers can play at that level this year
The offense could improve from last year
Which is a tall order...

Peyton will be 50 and still slinging it around ala Favre.

ATRAIN
09-13-2010, 11:51 AM
this one is my favorite.


http://www.texansbullpen.com/10photogallery/season/2010-09-12-colts-texans/4thquarter/dsc_1289.jpg

nice!!

thunderkyss
09-13-2010, 12:28 PM
Why does it have to be the Colts run D sucked?
Why cannot it be that the Texans dominated the point of attack? That the run offense was superior? That the Texans had the better conditioning that carried them through 4 quarters of play?

pitiful talk.

Because the Colts run D has sucked for years.

231 yards is still 231 yards, we couldn't do that last year, when their run D sucked, but their run d sucks.

Yankee_In_TX
09-13-2010, 12:37 PM
Yeah, everybody knows Arian Nation's better.

I don't think that one will fly... However, I have no heard 'Air Nation' until now. Are they making stuff up?

Texas T
09-13-2010, 12:42 PM
I don't think that one will fly... However, I have no heard 'Air Nation' until now. Are they making stuff up?

That's my guess. They picked something stupid and say that the Texans came up with it.

Double Barrel
09-13-2010, 01:22 PM
Peyton will be 50 and still slinging it around ala Favre.

Perhaps...but Favre never had a Mario in his division whose primary focus was to take him down. :mario:

Nobody has sacked Manning more than Mario has, and they said during the game that Mario acknowledges the fact that he was drafted to get to Manning.

As far as Colts fans...'eh, typical fans spoiled by success. They did not lose because they shot themselves in the foot. They got their butts handed to them by a team that they are just used to owning.

BigBull17
09-13-2010, 01:33 PM
This one is my favorite.


http://www.texansbullpen.com/10photogallery/Season/2010-09-12-Colts-Texans/4thQuarter/DSC_1289.JPG

It's hard to see from this angle, but the Texans oline drove them 4 yards off the ball...in Victory formation.

Hervoyel
09-13-2010, 01:45 PM
Perhaps...but Favre never had a Mario in his division whose primary focus was to take him down. :mario:

Nobody has sacked Manning more than Mario has, and they said during the game that Mario acknowledges the fact that he was drafted to get to Manning.

As far as Colts fans...'eh, typical fans spoiled by success. They did not lose because they shot themselves in the foot. They got their butts handed to them by a team that they are just used to owning.

That's pretty much how it goes. Remember way back in the day when the 1985 Bears just destroyed the Dallas Cowboys? The Cowboys were 10-6 that year and tied for first in their division but the Bears crushed them 44-0 and typical Cowboys fan back then was saying it was an abberation. It was actually the shape of things to come. It was a pivotal moment in those two franchises paths. I'm not saying that yesterday was THE moment when the Texans suddenly became the Colts worst nightmare or something silly like that. I'm just saying that when those moments get here the dominant teams fans rarely recognize it until after the fact.

Texan_Bill
09-13-2010, 01:47 PM
Thanks for that.

Liked what I was hearing.

Good smart posts too, alot like this board.

I've been scanning Colts Boards for a long time. Generally they have educated fans that aren't a bunch of douche.bags. They have a couple of a-holes but as a whole, a lot less than most teams boards.

Texan_Bill
09-13-2010, 01:48 PM
It's hard to see from this angle, but the Texans oline drove them 4 yards This one is my favorite.


http://www.texansbullpen.com/10photogallery/Season/2010-09-12-Colts-Texans/4thQuarter/DSC_1289.JPG


off the ball...in Victory formation.

Even there Vonta looks like he's ready to knock someone the **** out!!!

Trail.Blazr
09-13-2010, 01:59 PM
Best quote from that thread (positives taken from the game)

Quote:
Our D got in a lot of extra conditioning - chasing down the Houston RBs.




I actually liked this one better:

Quote:
I cant remember the last time i saw Manning take that many hits.

thunderkyss
09-13-2010, 03:20 PM
The Colts got outplayed. The better team on the field today won.
I imagine that when we play the Colts in Indy, our game plan isn't going to change. If you know you are going to run, and the defense knows you are going to run, and you still run it for 5+ yards every time, your team is just plain better.

In that thread, they're going over all the shoulda, coulda, woulda's that we normally go through. They believe their defense is as bad as what we saw, but they believe the score would have been closer, they might have won, had some things gone their way. Several passes were dropped that could have extended drives. One was a sure touchdown.

But, that's the way things go, and I'm glad we are on this side of the situation this time.


November 1st is going to be an exciting game. (wow, didn't realize we've got two MNF games).

thunderkyss
09-13-2010, 03:23 PM
Colts fan needs to realize they will be irrelevant soon
Once Peyton retires it's over for these losers

Aside from the first 2 drives, myers was outstanding

If myers can play at that level this year
The offense could improve from last year
Which is a tall order...

Here's a thread (http://community.mycolts.net/topic/895)from their board, I don't know if it's the same one posted earlier.

It doesn't look like they think the end is directly related to Manning's retirement. A lot of these guys think Polian's been screwing them on OL Talent for years.

BY1401
09-13-2010, 03:29 PM
There's really no two ways about it. The Texans were the better team yesterday.

Congrats on the win.

texanmojo
09-13-2010, 03:31 PM
There's really no two ways about it. The Texans were the better team yesterday.

Congrats on the win.

Thanks! We appreciate the kudos!

Vinnie
09-13-2010, 03:41 PM
Look at Leach!! He looks like he wants to knock someone's head off in the victory formation!! He is a monster!!

He's like a Caldwell eclipse. If you look close there is a RG in that photo, LOL!

brakos82
09-13-2010, 03:43 PM
He's like a Caldwell eclipse. If you look close there is a RG in that photo, LOL!

I didn't even notice he was back there.

Rey
09-13-2010, 03:48 PM
In that thread, they're going over all the shoulda, coulda, woulda's that we normally go through. They believe their defense is as bad as what we saw, but they believe the score would have been closer, they might have won, had some things gone their way. Several passes were dropped that could have extended drives. One was a sure touchdown.

But, that's the way things go, and I'm glad we are on this side of the situation this time.


November 1st is going to be an exciting game. (wow, didn't realize we've got two MNF games).

Agreed. But that's what the losing team normally does.

I bet no one on the Colts board talked about how if Matt Schaub wouldn't have thrown the INT or if Jacoby had caught the TD that he dropped...

We had some dropped balls and some unfortunate things in our favor as well...

But in the end, we were the better team on Sunday.

The Pencil Neck
09-13-2010, 03:48 PM
Sanders is a lost cause and we need to cut our ties with him. He'll probably be placed on injured reserve anyway. As usual, our pathetic HC said he didn't know the extent of Sanders elbow injury, which is BS, he just is not telling. Our O line is in shambles, yes injuries and not working together is part of it but so is a lack of talent.

Jim Caldwell is Tony Dungy without the X and O coaching skills. He just cannot mold a winning team. The stench of failure appears to be his calling card just like when he was the HC at Wake Forest.
Polian and staff need to re evaluate their outdated, ain't getting it done criteria for selecting O and D lineman. Our small, quick guys tend to get the +!$$ kicked out of them by other teams when they take their bigger, stronger lineman and simply line up and run it down our throats and/or simply over power our linemen.


Wow. Coach gets you to the SB and his calling card is the "stench of failure."

Rey
09-13-2010, 04:09 PM
Wow. Coach gets you to the SB and his calling card is the "stench of failure."

Honestly, I think that team was in cruise mode at that point...

Though I couldn't care less..Not my problem to worry about...

But I do think that some Colts fans reaction to this game is based on the fact that they have maybe the greatest QB to ever play the game...Tons of receiving targets, a good O-line, some big time defensive players and an overall solid D, many record setting players and performances, many winning seasons, tons of division championships, two trips to the Superbowl...But only one ring to show for it all...

I have two younger brothers that are twins...One is a die hard Colts fan...The other a die hard Pats fan...Of course the one that is a Colts fan has a Patriot complex...

I always mess with my brother that's a Colts fan with the same thing I said above...All of those accomplishments and only one Superbowl...Of course he talks about how the Texans have never made the play-offs, and I just say that all we'd have to do is win one Superbowl (not an easy task I know, but still) and we'd have the same amount as the vaunted Colts.

I know that this won't sound right coming from a fan of the Texans, but IMHO, that team has underachieved considering their measure should be Superbowl wins...

Peyton Manning and the Colts have won the same amount of Superbowls as the Trent Dilfer led Baltimore Ravens....The Eli Manning led gang of Rascals...

The Colts are put on the pedestal of the upper echelon teams in the league, but hell...Drew Brees and the Saints have caught them, Tom Brady (the Pats) and Ben Ro. (the Steelers) are light years ahead of them...

Colts fans probably look at that team and expect more rings or at least Superbowl appearances. I don't blame them.

Honestly, I don't put that organization up on a pedestal because they haven't done as much as they should have done. Most of their success can be directly related to Peyton Manning. He is bigger than the organization...Which is a shame because he often times appears kind of whiny out on the football field to me...I guess I just mistake whiny for passionate though...

texanhead08
09-13-2010, 04:11 PM
I remember when Shanahan/Kubiak were still operating in Denver it didn't matter who they put at RB they would just shred the Colts. I remember Quintin Griffin went off for about 150yds in one of those games and the next year he was out of the league.

BigBull17
09-14-2010, 11:11 AM
Even there Vonta looks like he's ready to knock someone the **** out!!!

And Pollard wants us to punt.

BigBull17
09-14-2010, 11:22 AM
Honestly, I think that team was in cruise mode at that point...

Though I couldn't care less..Not my problem to worry about...

But I do think that some Colts fans reaction to this game is based on the fact that they have maybe the greatest QB to ever play the game...Tons of receiving targets, a good O-line, some big time defensive players and an overall solid D, many record setting players and performances, many winning seasons, tons of division championships, two trips to the Superbowl...But only one ring to show for it all...

I have two younger brothers that are twins...One is a die hard Colts fan...The other a die hard Pats fan...Of course the one that is a Colts fan has a Patriot complex...

I always mess with my brother that's a Colts fan with the same thing I said above...All of those accomplishments and only one Superbowl...Of course he talks about how the Texans have never made the play-offs, and I just say that all we'd have to do is win one Superbowl (not an easy task I know, but still) and we'd have the same amount as the vaunted Colts.

I know that this won't sound right coming from a fan of the Texans, but IMHO, that team has underachieved considering their measure should be Superbowl wins...

Peyton Manning and the Colts have won the same amount of Superbowls as the Trent Dilfer led Baltimore Ravens....The Eli Manning led gang of Rascals...

The Colts are put on the pedestal of the upper echelon teams in the league, but hell...Drew Brees and the Saints have caught them, Tom Brady (the Pats) and Ben Ro. (the Steelers) are light years ahead of them...

Colts fans probably look at that team and expect more rings or at least Superbowl appearances. I don't blame them.

Honestly, I don't put that organization up on a pedestal because they haven't done as much as they should have done. Most of their success can be directly related to Peyton Manning. He is bigger than the organization...Which is a shame because he often times appears kind of whiny out on the football field to me...I guess I just mistake whiny for passionate though...

Couldn't agree more. so many years of 12 wins, countless home field advantages throughout the play-offs, one of the best Qb's ever, and only won the big one once. If they get a real team instead of the worst team to ever make the SB(Bears) who knows.

Agreed. But that's what the losing team normally does.

I bet no one on the Colts board talked about how if Matt Schaub wouldn't have thrown the INT or if Jacoby had caught the TD that he dropped...

We had some dropped balls and some unfortunate things in our favor as well...

But in the end, we were the better team on Sunday.

We could have absolutely crushed them. And we didn't play all that well on Offense. Until the 239 yards and 2 tds in the fourth quarter, they had no answer for our D. None.

hradhak
09-14-2010, 12:51 PM
The Colts remind me a lot of the Bills of the early 90s. Had a very solid QB (albeit not as good as Manning) and a good run game with a solid defense. Made it to the Super Bowl 4x and never won.

Although I will disagree with anyone who says that because Manning has only won 1 it will diminish his legacy. Football is too much a team sport to say that one player affected the outcome of a game.

Grams
09-14-2010, 12:56 PM
The Colts remind me a lot of the Bills of the early 90s. Had a very solid QB (albeit not as good as Manning) and a good run game with a solid defense. Made it to the Super Bowl 4x and never won.

Although I will disagree with anyone who says that because Manning has only won 1 it will diminish his legacy. Football is too much a team sport to say that one player affected the outcome of a game.

You take Manning away from the Colts and how many games would they win each year?

Rey
09-14-2010, 01:10 PM
Although I will disagree with anyone who says that because Manning has only won 1 it will diminish his legacy. Football is too much a team sport to say that one player affected the outcome of a game.

Who said anything about Manning's legacy being diminished?

I think that the comments were that the teams legacy would be diminished because Manning is such a great QB but as a team they haven't accomplished all that they could have. The team has let him down a lot of times.

HJam72
09-14-2010, 01:16 PM
You take Manning away from the Colts and how many games would they win each year?

I don't know, because if you take Manning off of the Colts they could afford a lot of better linemen. :)

In the end, the Colts suck because they don't have David Carr on the cheap, LOL. I told them to trade us, but they don't listen. :ahhaha:

Hervoyel
09-14-2010, 11:02 PM
I don't know, because if you take Manning off of the Colts they could afford a lot of better linemen. :)

In the end, the Colts suck because they don't have David Carr on the cheap, LOL. I told them to trade us, but they don't listen. :ahhaha:

Well, you can lead a horse to water...

mexican_texan
09-14-2010, 11:11 PM
This one is my favorite.


http://www.texansbullpen.com/10photogallery/Season/2010-09-12-Colts-Texans/4thQuarter/DSC_1289.JPG



I especially like that our uniforms are clean. It'll save cheap 'ol Bob on the dry cleaning this week.

JB
09-14-2010, 11:16 PM
I especially like that our uniforms are clean. It'll save cheap 'ol Bob on the dry cleaning this week.

Except that Foster will need a new set. And probably Leach as well.

House of Pain
09-15-2010, 02:36 AM
Couldn't agree more. so many years of 12 wins, countless home field advantages throughout the play-offs, one of the best Qb's ever, and only won the big one once. If they get a real team instead of the worst team to ever make the SB(Bears) who knows.


I seriously think that you are forgetting the Stan Humphries led Chargers of 1994. The Steelers really shit the bed that year.

BigBull17
09-15-2010, 07:39 AM
I seriously think that you are forgetting the Stan Humphries led Chargers of 1994. The Steelers really shit the bed that year.

Ok, OK, second worst team to make it.