There is a real badge of honor to being young enough to be a 1st generation Colts fan in Indianapolis. To be part of the select group, you have to basically be born between 1978-1982. Any younger, and there are folks who have been Colts fans longer. Any older, and you probably had a team before the Colts came to town (I had a Bears jacket when I was 5). We got this picture from stalwart fan Andrew, who wanted to show just how long he's been a Colts fan. His dad worked at Anderson in 1984 when the Colts did training camp, and at 2 years old, he was there every day. Kudos to you, Andrew. . . a real fan.
I want to throw a couple of links on too. Stan sent me couple of links to 'Brady is the greatest ever articles. I'll only inflict one upon the rest of you. Let's all be realistic folks, this debate is about to be over. I'll forever believe that Manning is the greatest ever, but if Brady goes to four rings, Manning will have to win three for most people to find in his favor. If however, the Colts go on to win this year, there can be no more debate. If Brady can't win with Randy Moss, he'll never win another one. There is more to say on this debate, but frankly I'm sick of it, and we'll have the answer soon enough.
He also thought John Clayton's First and 10 was good this week. I saw it earlier, but was too busy enjoying Florida to post it, but since he mentioned it too, I'll link it. The per drive numbers for Peyton are sick.
John D passed along this gem about Nos. 18 and 19. Apparently ex-Colts who played with Johnny Football wonder if Olivia Manning was stepping out.
Also, check out Len Pasquarelli's tip sheet this week. Lots of Colts/Jags stuff including a beat down of the Jags for being so whiny all the time.