Colts gameday photos (yahoo's and not andy's, yet)

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  1. Wolf

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  3. Wolf

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    I think Antonio Smith was ready for the game

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    This one is great.
     
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    What a beautiful stadium, I hope to go there one day.
     
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    This one has "Signature" written all over it. Cue False Start and Brando in 3....2....1....
     
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    Is this the one where Manning barely got touched by Mario and fell to the ground trying to get a roughing the passer call??
    That was too funny when they showed the replay-he had been getting his butt kicked all game and this time he was barely touched.
     
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    On the bright side, that's a pretty sweet 'stache.
     
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    This is awesome!!!
     
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    AWESOME pics!!!! thanks for posting!!
     
  13. Norg

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    why did manning do that he was on the ground flat out lying face down for a few seconds then just popped right back up ...????

    was he resting or somethin
     
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    I am ninja...
     
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    No Amobi just drilled him from behind. That was like the 8th knockdown of the day on Manning
     
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    That doesn't even need photoshopping.
     
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    Is Antonio Smith trying to be Zoro or something? He does that little "pulling out my sword" thing after he makes a big play.
     
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    He's doing an Iaijutsu strike. It's the art of drawing your sword, and killing your opponent in one motion. He does it after slicing through the line and making a play in the backfield.
     

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