.............far, far away. Remember a song like that?.........although they were singing about "flowers" then. Now that our team has turned into a body of strength equal to flowers, I have to ask, what is it going to take a team that at the beginning of the season relied on getting close to 30 points a game and now being lucky to produce a touchdown or two, to turn things around? We used to count on producing high TD numbers through passing alone. This gave us more leeway to our D. Our running game has not improved to any perceptible extent. Opponents have figured this out and have been able to increasingly and successfully concentrate most of their efforts our passing game. With our O producing less, our D is being called on more to keep opponents to lower numbers. However, our D continues to be praised with empty "almost gotcha's," with embarassingly sparse numbers of sacks. Our D has had a very difficult time of handling a balanced opposing offense, let alone a high powered passing game. With a faltering running game, an unreliable kicking game, an inconsistent Red Zone play, a decreasingly productive O and a D, with notable whiffers, demonstrating unpredictable reliability with predictable wear down.........our flowers are wilting..........they are no longer photogenic..........they're now downright ugly. The coaching staff tells us that they are "fertilizing" their flowers, but it seems that this has only become a euphemism for covering them with manure. So now, they not only just look bad, they stink too. Now, that ends my pre-Colts game "pep talk." May the manure rejuvenate the once beautiful budding flowers to produce some blooms with sweet smelling and tasting fruit.................in other words, a WIN, for those who couldn't quite follow my rant.