I was thinking negatively

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  1. mustangs

    mustangs Rookie

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    After an (0-5) preseason I was thinking what the ....! Now after gettin a great run stopper in Corey Simon from Philly and aquireing Rocky Calmus from our beloved Titans lol: deepining our spot at MLB thus shoreing up our average "D" to an awesome "D" :drool: I think we'll get a 3-peat of our South Div. not that your TEXANS will be a push over, but I'm not as worried as before. GO COLTS!!!!! (14-2) SB XL CHAMPS!!!
     
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    I wouldn't worry about the colts going 0-5 in preseason. I'm pretty sure they win the south again this year. I do think the Texans will finally beat them though, probably when the colts come here. As for your defense, you need all the help you can get, but damn, your defense looked good against us last year.
     
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    I doubt that Simon and Calmus will make the Colts defense an "awesome" one. I do think that it could be enough of boost to push the Colts past the Pats into the Superbowl. Guess we'll see.

    I don't see the Texans and/or Jags in the Colts level this season. Maybe next season. Unless you ask Pete Prisco the Jag lover.
     
  4. mustangs

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    Thanks for your SB comment, I sure hope so...I'm thinking if we can stay healthy (14-2) or (13-3) homefield throughout and playing either Philly or Carolina in SB XL.. :tv:
     
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    Corey Simon is not, and never was, a run stopper.
     
  6. Corrosion

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    The biggest threat to the Dolts is the Jaguars ..... :brickwall
    Both teams could easily go 5-1 in the division .
    But the game most people are going to guage the Dolts by is Nov 7 Vs. New England . Which again could determine home field for the play-offs .
     
  7. Pietzsa

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    Not to be over excited about the Colts but I've really become a fan of theirs. I just wish they weren't in our division. If we can't win it all this year at least someone in our division has a good chance to represent other than the jags. :texflag:
     
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    Im not sure that the colts can get past the Ravens
     


  9. GoPats

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    I wouldn't worry about being 0-5 in preseason. The Colts will be right in the thick of things as usual, but I think they'll still have problems on D. Until Manning wins a game in New England, I won't believe that it can actually happen. If they do get to the SB, it'll be because they get home field advantage. Until then... Manning's still officially the Property of Bill Belichick and Co.
     
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    Until they lose the road to title town goes through NE. Adding one big name DT isnt gonna make them a shoe in. The team that is really scary is Baltimore, IF Boller can become even a half way decent QB they could own almost neone. But, until you beat the Pats, they are the favorites.
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