Caper's kind of game

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  1. rhc564

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    No one feels better about the Indy game than Capers-- for him, it was not
    about winning-- keep Manning from setting the record, run the football,
    control the clock, keep the score close-- without question, vintage Capers!

    Now, if the announcers would just not have questioned our offensive
    strategy!! Imagine, after the Titans torched the Colts with the long ball
    last week, they could not understand why we didn't even try once---
    Caper's Football, get use to it cause it ain't gonna change. But, at least,
    we have football again... :hmmm:
     
  2. nunusguy

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    Capers isn't off the hook yet. I think he's gotta win one more before he's
    confidant that Big Bob won't pull the hook out.
     
  3. Marcus

    Marcus Ruthless pragmatist

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    You have to have time to look downfield to throw the football downfield.

    Just ask Seth Wand. :whew
     
  4. rhc564

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    ...should I hold my breath?
     
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    Remember though, we are on the road next week and we seem to be a totally different team on the road.
     
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    That is what it looked like to me too. I wish we could make Capers our defensive cordinator and hire a new head coach and offensive cordinator. No way that could happen though. Some people aren't head coach material. There is nothing wrong with staying a defensive cordinator if that is your expertise.
     

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