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    First Pack of football cards ever bought had a Johnny U ROOKIE card in it & older brother before that had me already a colt fan Colt Fan ever since . My brother's older friend by 6 years thought it was the coolest thing. I lived in Brooklyn, NY then, now live in LION country & childhood friend lives in Pat country which proves interesting. I am addicted to Peyton and have watched every game to my knowledge since he started his illustrious career.

    However am a COLT Fan First

    Still remember Superbowl 3 , Namath in one interview actually said he never called the game, he said since press said he did then why not take the credit for it. Saw that in interview while living in NY. K Now i have only seen it once, & don't know if he was joking or meant it , but it was never again seen by me nor anyone else to my knowledge. Too bad Colts brought in a hurt Unitas at end, he may have pulled it out if brought in earlier. He definitely would have seen the easy open receiver for a TD on the flea flicker Earl Moral didn't & that would have won the game.

    I am a disabled Dr. who did ankle reconstruction from 1982 to 1988 when I became disabled. Was a short career but made a difference in children's lives who couldn't walk do to birth defects that I surgically repaired. One wrote he is now scoring TD's for me as I cant play sports any longer. Helped out many adults as well with various trauma .

    Very proud I made a difference in peoples lives. Exactly what I went to school for, just unfortunately for a short period of time.

    Concerts and more concerts, seen over 400 Grateful Dead when Jerry was alive and many of the remaining groups concerts as well.

    Sundays watching Luck & Peyton at work. I have Watched every Colt game Luck & Manning has played Via Satellite NFL package and when on reg TV.

    Visiting with family, time especially with great nephews & nieces

    Unfortunately as I am disabled - most of my time is with Dr's. , concerts, great dinners out, movies all have decreased with physical issues

    MY my disability restricts many options time-wise . Are other things just hard to get them in. However for someone who medically should be a quadriplegic I look perfectly healthy so cant't complain . I walk,& treadmill when physical disabilities allow me to at slow levels but at least its something , and don't let things stop me. Its all in the attitude one faces life with. Night activities requires a friend to drive or can get increased vertigo from lights

    Unfortunately disabilities have put a curb on concert going but still manage to get some local ones in when friends drive, just cant fly to any

    Visiting brother, grown nephews & their son my grand nephew, rest of family, Sanibel Island Florida with other graduates from my medical residency
    Unfortunately disabilities have put a curb on traveling
    ( again disabilities now prevents this but what great memories )

    Grateful Dead , ZEPPLIN < STONES< PINK FLOYD< THE WHO ., DYLAN< SPRINGSTEEN< CREAM< CLAPTON etc Classic Rock , new stuff is fine as well as is classical.

    Not much of a current reader as can get vertigo , Mysteries , action adventure, dramas other Frankenstein when a kid
    Great book to read:
    JOHNNY UNITAS, AMERICA'S QUARTERBACK forward by Peyton Manning, 2nd forward by Art Donovan
    Book written by Lou Sahadi.
    Many never before published reminiscences , of course all his records , over 300 pages

    copyright 2004

    1st chapter , greatest game ever played , 25 pages & it just gets better

    In the forward by Peyton ( there is another by HOF 'er Art Donovan ) he says when Johnny died he wanted to wear black high tops in his honor but the league said no. IN closing Peyton says that u hear about players from other eras, and some would be good today. well let me tell u theres no wondering about Unitas, he was a superstar then,he would be today as well.
    Finally PEYTON SAYS


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  1. Robert Mathis & Dwight Freeney

    I revised mine u liked starting with Saw the article as was e-mailed to me an e- newsletter, get TWO TIMES,a week a cousin signed me up just above this with link to get many free colt articles, letters etc Have a good day, have to go
  2. Robert Mathis & Dwight Freeney

    Saw the article as was e-mailed to me an e- newsletter, get TWO TIMES,a week a cousin signed me up When read headline i was furious, came to post it for 1st post in ages and saw already was but had to comment Had great trip To Richmond Va ( too short ) & stayed with brother & sister in law, saw both nephews & nice in law and got run ragged by 2, 5 & 7 year old great nieces and nephews Every day is a fight but as i wake that means every day I won Hope u and yours are fine too here is link to subsvribe for free Read instructions, are many things can subscribe to above info from Colt E Newsletter
  3. Robert Mathis & Dwight Freeney EXCERPTs From 2003 (Mathis’ first year in the league) until 2012 (Freeney’s final season with the Colts), this Indy duo combined for 186 regular-season sacks.Think about that: over a 10-year span, Freeney and Mathis averaged almost 19 sacks together each season. ....... but nobody did it better for a longer period of time than No. 93 and 98. Elliot Harrison's Top 5 0- NOTE are basically individual years, not over a long term period ( whomever owns stocks knows results obtained over long term are worth far more tax wise than short term - crazy analogy but same thing ) 5. Von Miller & DeMarcus Ware, Denver Broncos; 2014-15: The duo averaged more than 10.5 sacks together over this two-year span, and won Super Bowl 50, a 24-10 victory over the Carolina Panthers, to wrap up the 2015 season. Obviously these two were huge pieces of one of the best overall defenses in league history, so while they’re great players, the whole team success stands out.4. Derrick Thomas & Neil Smith, Kansas City Chiefs; 1990: Thomas erupted with a career-best and NFL-leading 20 sacks that year, while Smith contributed 9.5 sacks — an average of almost 15 sacks between the two of them. These guys obviously belong on this list for this particular season, and many others to follow.3. Harvey Martin & Randy White, Dallas Cowboys; 1977: Martin and White were co-MVPs of Super Bowl XXII. Martin had an unofficial 20 sacks in a 14-game season that year, while White reportedly had 12.5 sacks. A very deserving duo, though obviously quarterbacks weren’t nearly as protected then as they have been the past couple decades.2. Reggie White & Clyde Simmons, Philadelphia Eagles; 1991: This duo averaged 14 sacks together that year, and both were First-Team All-Pro defensive ends. They belong, no question about it.1. Deacon Jones and Merlin Olsen, Los Angeles Rams; 1967: Two standouts of the Rams’ “Fearsome Foursome,” Jones had an unofficial 26 sacks that year, while Olsen had 11. This Hall of Fame duo should stick, too.
  4. back out there to all, cant stay, going to fly out visit great nephews, great nieces, staying at brothers etc but had to comment once on draft , love the zoo intro bye
  5. mack is great pick, ,go0d draft in total
  6. The Tom Brady Book and Movie!!!!!

    Saw West make last second , half court shot to tie think was 7th game then Knicks won in OT- days of Wills Reed & Walt ( clyde ) Frazier here u go the celtics had no one LOL ) EXCERPT great historical article Season Recaps - 1960s 1959-62: Wilt Arrives, But Celtics Prove That Five Stars Are Better Than One The Celtics' success continued in the following season. Each of the five starters-Frank Ramsey, Tom Heinsohn, Bill Russell, Bill Sharman, and Bob Cousy-averaged better than 15 points, and Auerbach had a bench that included Sam Jones, K. C. Jones, and Gene Conley, who was an All-Star pitcher with the Philadelphia Phillies in the offseason. The 1959-60 Celtics reeled off a 17-game winning streak on their way to winning the division title by 10 games. The Eastern Division Finals featured a matchup between rookie sensation Wilt Chamberlain of the Philadelphia Warriors and Russell of the Celtics. Chamberlain had turned the league upside down, averaging 37.6 points and 27.0 rebounds during the regular season and claiming the NBA Most Valuable Player Award. But even a superstar wasn't enough to defeat the formidable Celtics, as Boston prevailed in six games. Has lot more on this team & then on all the 60's Celtic teams , the last point is what u are saying 1962-63: Cousy Retires With Yet Another Ring 1963-65: Russell Keeps Dynasty Going Yet as important as Russell's contributions were, Boston prospered by virtue of a total team effort. The guard tandem of Sam Jones and K. C. Jones offered the perfect balance of scoring and defense, while Tom Heinsohn and Satch Sanders anchored the forward positions. The team's highest scorer didn't even start-Havlicek came off the bench to average 19.9 points. Boston waltzed through postseason play to a sixth straight championship, ousting the Cincinnati Royals in five games and then defeating Wilt Chamberlain and the San Francisco Warriors in the title series. Having Havilcek on the bench is a farce of TEAM Depth Vs all else
  7. The Tom Brady Book and Movie!!!!!

    Seen bIll Russell was a true great , Though I love Wilt Chamberlain More , he was a beast, one time wanted to fight ali, also has said he be a great WR , I could just see toss up pass in the endzone and him towering above not even jumping to catch it - was all musscle But yeah only 1 MJ, but 100 points in a game come on thats exerting ones will Seen Bill Walton, but that was at various Dead concerts , v due admit the Pistons of the bad boys fame when they won had a suite behind me at 1 dead concert too , they were playing in same place Pistons played so why not
  8. who knows is right, i posted link to a great breview of whites TD somwhere anyway must go now so am off, link supports TD as exaplined
  9. Why No Review of touchdown??? I must say that twitter video raises eyebrows but is at a different angle than a different one also in ( See above link ) Slow mo of the play , and after the score it pointed to 1 official who signaled for a review, also the NFL announced supposedly to officials since no point is taken and people will rush on the field after a a winnning TD make sure a review of a wining TD is done fast anyway the slo mo video shows the ref signaling for a review, it fails to show the ball over the plane of the TD line, HOWEVER, it clealy shows whites knees are both off the ground his hands are extended and cut off by another player from view but are clearly at the goal line , it was explained since the ball was held in such a way it was extended from his hands ( though in twitter view i dont see ball extended beyond hands ) and his hand were at the goal line the ball must have broken the plane by pure logic of the ball being in front of his hands from the way it was held and anything that was in front of his hands which again were at the goal line then the ball had to be over it , breaking its plane even though a playe r had blocked the camera view beyond the goal line in the endzone thus where the ball had to be by anyones clear logic was beyond the plane of the goal line Blandino explained it on the video i think ---------------- I have seen 3 views, ball is not beyond his hands as exaplined above by 1 officail but cradled , but nothing definitive to overturn and way to many people storming field as the nfl wworried would happen making any review way to fast to be definitive and overturn and get fans back in seats but still if called he was down I think that would opf been upheld as well as no clear evidence to overturn
  10. John Fox said he felt the play that led to a tie made the team shell shocked - Maybe he was shell shocked, and he said he crunched #'s & computer spit out take a knee, I am sure Peyton has seen it all by then & wasnt shell shocked and the offense was eager to strike, the D may have been shell shocked but letting the offense play may have given them somewhat of a rest to calm down instead of being thrown into the OT But i couldn't understand letting his computer decide what a Manning offense can possibly do in that situation
  11. too short was death back then, now would be more forgiving man if u can play u can play, Elway loves them tall Brock over 6=6' i think Lynch 6'7'" think he thinks they wont get battered down but its the mechanics too, if they dont throw at high point but more sidearm etc height dont matter at all as far a battered balls His free agency is good draft not as good save for later rounds
  12. living near Detroit in 1 game this year Strafford drove in 37 seconds and no TO's to FG range and won Atlanta wasted 1 TO on challenge of think it was Edlleman catch when replay was clear , could not understand the challenge save desperate hope and lack of faith in team will never forget Broncos Manning taking knee to tie with 30 odd seconds left at home Vs Balt and with to's left forgot # , thats on John Fox, & in freezing weather , in the teens why leave him out there for OT when nerve effected by cold that was game they gave up that long TD to tie just before that knee after the kickoff Been to Ebbets, have 1 of less than 10 unused , slabbed graded , tickets of last home game at ebbets, Dodgers won ( maybe more than 10 now , was only 8 at time won at auction, didnt really cost that much but i'd of paid more, I wanted that- memories etc
  13. Grew up with Colts and my brooklyn dodgers Unitas & koufax my favorite players of all time , Peyton quite close my 2 hampsters names were unifax for the above Unitas & koufax and Drybery for Don Drysdale and Ray Berry TB Still had 57 seconds left I think , Falcons couldn't execute but u cant take anything away from Brady what was it 4 straight scores , 2 conversions ,. great run of the offense , loved Mitchel falling and getting up and making the catch on 1 play earlier in game. Never the less I get what u r trying to say , yet i always felt Brady had the 2 minute seminal drive moment , are u telling me i was wrong ( LOL ) Dungy was very good , i dont know about great to much bend dont break , seemed like just stop the long ball & let them run all day on us and let them keep Peyton off the field, hell score when he has to like Vs miami when had ball for less than 15 minutes & won , that was in year lost to Saints in Superbowl In 1 of the 1st or 2nd afc champ games , on 4th down when James couldn't run it in for win with nill time Peyton Later said BB had always looks for the run ( of course he meant back then ), I should of thrown it he remarked in later years think it was Posting only as superbowl brings me out and I respond to those that quote me, somehow i consider it polite as long as they arent trolling Would of loved to see flutie more , he had some magic
  14. PS u also have to credit the Patriots D with getting the Falcons offense off the vfield for Pats to go to work on offense , that is for holding the Falcons to only 7 points in 2nd half & none in the 4th at all , without that , there is no comeback I think Brady has to thank Drew Henson at Mich, he was the #1 QB out of college &each played but Henson dreamed of a baseball career and even during college did a stint with the Yankees farm team & took time off from football, that early competition Vs the supposed best and then winning the national championship help forge him
  15. Man its been awhile, guess u forgot, its not being a Surgeon with heavy sched, that stopped ages back, its the multiple progressive neurological issues and all the PT & docs i go to I am doing ok but had more tests again this week as Neurologist didn't like something but am not worried at all 2 more docs this week , 1 this am, & then mond & Tuesday,next week & just to damn tired after all the home PT on all areas concerned But we both know u have issues too , we all do, & there is always someone worse off than me , so I am blessed