TWO 2009 Colts Games reviewed

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  1. CloakNNNdagger

    CloakNNNdagger Site Contributor

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    The format of reviewing each of the Colts' 2009 games, as presented on Stampedeblue.com is quite interesting. Not by "experts" but still an interesting format that affords some thoughts from the "dark side." Many of our "expert" posters have offered a good patchwork of insights. However, it could possibly take it to a higher level if it were formatted in the above constructed presentation.


    WEEK 9 TEXANS @ COLTS


    WEEK 12 COLTS 2 TEXANS
     
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  2. Wolf

    Wolf 100% Texan

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    http://www.stampedeblue.com/2010/6/18/1524972/2009-regular-season-recap-series



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    Wolf 100% Texan

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    well figure I would separate the two due to two different games

    http://www.stampedeblue.com/2010/7/10/1562751/2009-regular-season-recap-series


     
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    Wolf 100% Texan

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    you were quick CnD ..

    mods please merge mine with his , I guess I was reading quoting while he got it in ..
     
  5. Rey

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    That's an interesting perspective on Kubiak...Not so much about the players avoiding him (because I think they like him), but more wo about his whining...I never really paid attention, but yeah...Whiny is not a good trait on a football sideline...
     
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    I'd bet all of that about Kubiak is a direct result of the affect the Colts have on him. How many of us don't feel like the refs screw us when we play them....and any subordinate of mine (coaches) wouldn't want to be too close to me when I felt that way either. This fan doesn't see Kubiak when we're beating the Raiders or something. He sees him when we play Peyton Manning and the Referees--oh, and the Colts too.
     
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    So should we call him Crybiak? I never really noticed it myself. :thinking:
     
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    I totally get their frustration with whiny people. Listening to Kubiak whine once or twice a game is just too much for them to handle after dealing with Peyton Manning's epic whinefests.
     


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    SOME THINGS NEVER CHANGE.............PEYTON'S CHILDHOOD HOME VIDEO!
     
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    Hell yes. My whiny kid, is also, destined to be a god at football. Thanks for the re-affirmation doc.
     

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