Originally Posted by rhc564
To beat the Colts, you've got to score
more points than them like every other team has tried to do, except the
Of course you have to score more points--that would be the definition of winning. But that doesn't tell you how to do it. Look back at what the coach of the then most prolific offense said--Tice and the pre-game analysts agreed the Vikings needed to run the ball to control the clock and that the best defense against Manning and the Colts was keeping the Colts' offense off the field. Sound familiar? When was the last time you heard an NFL coach say they needed to control a more powerful offense by slinging the ball around to out-gun the other team?