What I couldn't stand was how EVERY time Manning and his receivers didn't catch a pass, the crowd would immediately start screaming for a flag. As if the only way Manning doesn't complete a pass if the defense somehow had an illegal edge. And the refs were very quick to throw those flags, and I feel that they were enticed to throw those flags because of the Colts fans and their over-reaction to every incompletion. And I swear that crowd noise sounded piped in, too. There were times when the fans on the sideline--for the whole length of the screen shot--were sitting down and not even waving their arms or anything, and that noise sounded like 90,000 people were producing it. I just hate the Colts. I hate Manning. He pouts when they have to punt, and goes to the sideline acting like a 3-year-old, and griping at his guys. He's the Kobe Bryant of the NFL. I know the old saying: "Bad teams gripe about the refs." This was a day when you could sense their would be a flag. Hell, the flags would come 3 damn seconds after the play was over, too. Like the refs even thought to themselves "Yeah, it HAD to be something on the defense for that play not to have worked for the Colts. Penalty on the defense, now let's huddle up and figure out which player to call it on and what it was." This loss and the Cardinals loss are eerily similar, but at least the refs in the Cards game didn't get flag happy on either team.