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This game will be exciting on all sides of the ball, at least even if mortally painful. Von Miller on one side; Mathis on the other; Demaryius Thomas and Welker on one side, Reggie and TY Hilton on the other; Donald Brown on one side and Beast-Mode Moreno on the other... This year, Fox has been coaching much more aggresively and smartly, so the coaching aspect will not be equal.
If the colts were able to hold the ball, hold the ball and hold the ball by sustaining drives, they could take a page from the 08 giants against the Patriots in the SB (which I think Pagano will try). But I'm sure we don't have the personnel to do that, and I'm not sure the coaches will be able to adapt and put the ball on Luck's hands to play in a shootout.
Greg, salt, wound. You´re right, but that 15 years comment about Peyton and the Colts... I´m sad again.
At least I said it since the preseason. Maybe you guys weren't on that train yet. But I was pretty fed up early on. Fullbacks are asinine. Running the majority of the time is idiotic.
I agree. A really good, informed, insightful interview. Passionate and critical is what I look for from this site, and you constantly deliver.
I want to see Peyton hoist another Lombardi. As I mentioned before, no matter what happens, no matter how much love I have for Andrew Luck, There will always be a place in my heart for Peyton, he is still the best I have ever seen and I can't discard the memories
I'd be more than happy to see Irsay proven wrong. Maybe it would make him reconsider the direction he's taking this team.
There are a lot of Colts fans who don't actually understand the impact Peyton Manning had on the Colts. And it's so sad.
@Goéland just download the next hour, it's going to get worse before it gets better.
@thejoshbaker Below the knees to make it worse. Peyton went back to the locker room after the dirtiest one.
Adam Gase deserves alot of credit. He and Peyton seem to work very well together and they've definetly added some new wrinkles.
@chewie_33 Holding the ball doesn't work against Peyton. Not that I think the Colts could do it, anyway.
@chewie_33 A potentially great career lost to injury. Yeah, it´s not that rare, Colts foreseers.
@thejoshbaker He is the villain in children's story books.
@thejoshbaker But if he didn´t learn anything watching Polian building winning teams for 14 years, it seems all evidence just went way over his head. I doubt he even identifies the right problem, so expecting him to find good solutions sounds farfetched.
@thejoshbaker I have nothing but contempt for these people. They´re fans, but I share nothing with them. Not wanting to see Peyton lift a SB trophy with the Broncos? How much of an ingrate can you be? PEYTON WANTED TO STAY WITH THE COLTS!
@thejoshbaker A lot of the people over at Stampedblue actually like the power running game.
@Fullbacks Win Championships Oh, I completely agree. I´m loving Gase´s work a lot this season, between the rapid-fire pace, the variations with personnel, formations and plays, and the end-zone creativity. Add to that Foxy, and maybe this will be the year Peyton isn´t hampered by his coaching staff´s conservatism (I´m salivating thinking about it).