Colts fans thoughts from the game

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  1. Air Canada

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    Here are some of the reactions from the Colts fans for those who didn't see'em... Just makes me happy reading it...:tiphat:


















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  2. Kimmy

    Kimmy RealGirls LvFB!

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    And; "I miss the lockout" LOL Heard that on 610 from a texter :)
     
  3. Air Canada

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    Their fate was set... Once they won that 1 preseason game... An ominous sign of bad things to come..ha
     
  4. aussie_texan

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    how the mighty have fallen!!
     
  5. MEGA SWATT

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    They deserve everything they're getting:scarygirl:
     
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    In a weird way losing Manning may be the best thing to happen to the Colts. It will give them a chance to learn how to play the game as a team, others will have to step up, and they can quit relying on Manning so heavily. Collectively the rest of the team will now have to man up or quit.
     
  7. MEGA SWATT

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    fixed:splits::scarygirl:
     
  8. brakos82

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    And hopefully the latter... well as long as they don't get Luck-y. :kitten:
     


  9. NitroGSXR

    NitroGSXR Super Sic #58

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    I remember feeling pretty damn good about Turk's booming punts back in the day.

    Those days were not far behind us.
     
  10. ObsiWan

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    You know, the thing that puzzles me is why Manning didn't travel with the team. He could have been a coach on the sidelines for Collins.
    If you're in active does that mean you can't roam the sidelines or that you just can't dress out?
     
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    yea why did the guy not walk out of the recovery room from a serious neck surgery performed just two days ago to be a cheerleader on the sidelines. :vincepalm:
     
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    Andrew Luck to the Colts?
     
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    He had more neck surgery on Thursday. I hope for his sake they wouldn't allow him to watch the game, cause if he did, it probably set his recovery back by 2 weeks. During the game, I figured he was bursting an aneurysm wherever he was.
     
  14. El Tejano

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    Colts aren't a good team without #18? Whatever happened to all the talk about how this is such a great organization that does such a tremendous job of building through the draft?

    I'm sorry but The Texans flat out beat a good team. Were they hurting in one most important area? Yes. But this now makes two games (and you can even argue our second game last year if Kubiak tries to run the ball more) where the Texans have controlled the line of scrimmage on one or both sides of the ball.

    It is only one game though, and my feelings are that The Texans have better have this division wrapped up by the next time we play Indy!
     
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    Do the Colts have the same posters as the Texans cus I swear I have read those exact same things on this board about our team.
     
  16. Vinny

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    the proverbial tables have turned. Disappointed fans all sound alike, regardless of team.
     
  17. gwallaia

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    I'll never understand why the Colts management never made any preparations for life after Manning. He's played in the league what for 13-14 seasons? The Colts should have drafted a QB to step in when Manning steps down.

    Curtis Painter? 38 year old Kerry Collins with 2 weeks in the Colts organization? Dan Orloskvy?

    Did they think #18 would last forever?
     
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    Fun group of A-holes aren't they?
     
  19. NitroGSXR

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    That was the point of the quotes I posted. To be honest, I felt right at home reading their gameday thread. I was so comfortable that I forgot that I was in the Colts forum. I understand. I totally get it. I feel for them. I wish them no ill but its also a nice feeling to have a bright future for a change.

    Go Texans.
     
  20. SheTexan

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    All elite teams eventually take a nose dive! We'll do the same, IF/WHEN we become an elite team! Good players (esp QBs) don't last forever, and finding replacements don't come easy anymore. Just look at how long the Niners have suffered since the Montana/Young days, Dallas without Aikman, Miami without Moreno, Bills without Kelly. The list could go on, I'm just to lazy to look it up. The Pats days will be over when Brady becomes history. Such is life in the game of football! EVERY draft pick is a shot in the dark, and only fools place all their money on one player! The Colts are fools!!! JMO!
     

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