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    Colts ready

    It appears that Dungee has the Colts ready to play.
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    They sure made it look easy against the Saints.
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    Re: Colts ready

    I missed most of the game due to a big storm that took out my dish. From what I saw they didn't miss any of the players or coaches they lost.

    It's interesting with all of the talk about the necessity 2 back offense including using their team last year as an example, that they are going into the year with Addai as the primary back. It just goes to show you 2 backs are not a necessity.

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    10-10 at the half and then they destroyed their former boy the whole night.
    Tough start for Brees and the Saints.
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    Once Manning got it going in the second half, it was a dismal showing by the Saints. You can't get scorched by the deep ball time after time. Brees couldn't keep up with the pressure to score every time the Colts did. The Colts are already in mid-season form, while the Saints need a couple more games to get rolling.

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    The Colts looked slow in the first half, and looked like last year from then on........We need a super bowl banner

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    Addai was hurt on the first play from scrimmage. Something about bruised ribs. But he sure came back without missing a beat.
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    Re: Colts ready

    "RK." wrote:
    It appears that Dungee has the Colts ready to play.

    ;D
    They sure made it look easy against the Saints.

    8)
    They looked great in the 2nd half.
    They dominated
    a team that is
    one of the popular picks to reach the super bowl out of the NFC.
    Just shows how strong the AFC is.

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    Re: Colts ready

    "RK." wrote:
    It appears that Dungee has the Colts ready to play.
    ;D
    They sure made it look easy against the Saints.
    8)
    Some of those passes were amazing, my jaw was on the ground. He has the best touch in football.
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    Re: Colts ready

    "COJOMAY" wrote:
    Addai was hurt on the first play from scrimmage. Something about bruised ribs. But he sure came back without missing a beat.
    Did anyone else think that looked like a catch/fumble rather than an incomplete pass?
    The new rule this year says that they just have to have possession and two feet down, like a TD, for it to be a catch.
    No more of this "make a football move" crap.
    Yet that was ruled incomplete.
    Here is the video of it:
    http://www.nfl.com/videos?videoId=09000d5d8021cc27
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    Re: Colts ready

    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    "COJOMAY" wrote:
    Addai was hurt on the first play from scrimmage. Something about bruised ribs. But he sure came back without missing a beat.
    Did anyone else think that looked like a catch/fumble rather than an incomplete pass?
    The new rule this year says that they just have to have possession and two feet down, like a TD, for it to be a catch.
    No more of this "make a football move" crap.
    Yet that was ruled incomplete.
    Here is the video of it:
    http://www.nfl.com/videos?videoId=09000d5d8021cc27
    Hard to tell from that angle. If there was a side view I think it would help. The ball is loose right as he is getting hit. Hmmm... good question though.
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