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Stay classy, Indianapolis, stay classy. \n Are you kidding me?...A team that once again proved its dominance in the AFC South by winning it for the sixth time in the past eight seasons. \n You wrapped up home field advantage throughout the playoffs
Tuesday, 29 December 2009 06:32 Some disclaimers before I begin: My brother and I are season ticket holders for the Indianapolis Colts. Currently, I live overseas and Demond attends all the games, but my name is on the tickets too. We sold our
But Rifle Droppers officials were quick to point out that this was the plan, as Sunday was clearly marked on the schedule as Everybody Plays Day. And everybody means everybody, team president Bill Polian said. Even me! said an excited
We’ve heard this tired tune before from Colts Benching regulars is a tactic that hasn’t worked for team in the past Guest sports columnist I was watching at home, but I was booing just as loudly as any fan at Lucas Oil Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
After hearing every different expert’s take on the matter, I thought I would comment on this issue as well. It seems that going undefeated through most of the regular season may turn out to be more of a curse than a gift for the Colts. The 14-0 Colts
n With a 15-10 lead in the third quarter, the Colts decided to pull star quarterback Peyton Manning and many other starters to rest their stars for the playoffs and to avoid injury. \n Not risking an injury to preserve a championship opportunity
Jay Cutler threw a 39-yard touchdown pass to Devin Aromashodu in overtime, and the host Chicago Bears (6-9) beat the fading Minnesota Vikings , 36-30, on Monday night to give the New Orleans Saints home-field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs.
Terrell Owens had little chance to celebrate an important career milestone. Owens became only the sixth player in NFL history to catch 1,000 passes Sunday, but his Buffalo Bills had too little offense in a lopsided 31-3 loss to the Atlanta Falcons.
But right now, in the aftermath of an ugly 29-15 loss to the New York Jets, it's impossible to say benching Manning, the league's best quarterback and Most Valuable Player, was definitely the thing to do. I will argue that Jim Caldwell, Indianapolis'
Matt Moore and Carolina turned New Yorks farewell to Giants Stadium into one of its ugliest moments in franchise history. Knowing they still had a shot at a fifth straight playoff berth, the Giants (8-7) embarrassed themselves against the Panthers,