Timo1

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  1. If you are staying the night before the game I'd stay at the downtown Marriott and park in the garage across the street from it. You can then walk from your car to hotel and to and from game and never step out side if you don't want. You'll also save the $20 parking on game day if you park in that garage. All the restaurants and bars are within walking distance. There's a good bar in the hotel to eat breakfast and it has beer specials before the game. Cost will depend on what else is happening at the convention center. I've paid from $130-$210. Last year I had season tickets(2014) the jags team stayed their. I think other teams stay there also. Colts don't stay there the night before the game though.
  2. I think we all know these easy or hard schedules are based on last year's records and don't mean anything this year. It's a good talking point though and you can pretty merch know that the brown, jags, 49ers, and jets are going to struggle again. The Seahawks, Steelers, and Broncos should be good. Most the other teams on the Colts schedule will be around 6-10 to 10-6.
  3. Why all these stupid threads. Luck is ahead of manning as far as play off wins, afcc game appearances thru 5yrs. The Texas, jags, and titans or improved on paper but that doesn't win any games. Till they came win year after year they aren't contenders. The wise the Colts have finished with luck is.8-8 and had a chance for the playoffs in week 17. Luck will get his super bowl win. Probably more then 1 in the next 10-12yrs.
  4. Didn't T.Y. Just lead the league in receiving yards with a crap ol and moncrief being hurt and no running game. If I owed a team I wouldn't let my gm even bring Josh Gordon in for a visit. With all your ifs he has proven he can't stay on the field. If Ballard can upgrade the ol(the ol was allot better the last half of the year) the O will be set for years to come. The D needs more work and will take longer, but there's no reason to not think the Colts can do what Atl did this year on D. They hit on 2-3 D players in the draft and a couple good fa. The ATL is my 2nd favorite team and they remind me of the early manning Colts and these luck Colts remind me of the early manning Colts too.
  5. Hate it with all his legal troubles. Also he isn't the sane player he was a few years ago. I'd stay away from him.
  6. Only took about 2hrs to get the deal done and article out from your last post about it not getting done by the dead line. Why you think it would be that hard. http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000788318/article/eric-berry-chiefs-agree-to-sixyear-78-million-deal
  7. I watched Mike and Mike today as well. Greenberg was comparing the Colts situation to the jets 2 years ago when rex Ryan was there. The Colts are allot different. The Colts have a franchise qb and off to go with him. Chuck is a better head coach then rex Ryan is in my opinion. If Chuck and gris had been on the same page the last 4yrs I believe the def would've been built and in the top 10 in the league.
  8. Yep the Colts should follow the browns, jags, raiders, and rams coaching moves. Raiders finally hit with 1 good year in the last 15. Browns, jags and rams have a total of maybe 3 playoff years in the last 15yrs. I'm not happen with 8-8, but the team improved over the last 8 games. Houston and jags well suck awhile and titans only have 1 good year in a decade and the Colts beat them twice this year. If the o line pays all year next year life the did the last half of this year and the defense can be improved the Colts will be back on top of the south and challenge the pats and Steelers.
  9. I'm not saying losing is better then winning or losing teams make as much money as winning teams or a coaching change shouldn't be made. I'm saying a few season ticket holders not renewing is not going to influence a owner to do so. Maybe if 25% or more didn't renew that might have an effect. The Colts had a waiting list for season tickets years ago. Now they don't and the stadium us just as full as ever. Go to any ticket sight and by Saturday there's almost always less then 2000 tickets available. Some one is going to buy the seats.
  10. Well I wouldn't pay 7k for tickets to anything. The tickets I had were in section 619 and cost $490 for the season if I remember right. If you think owners are swayed by season ticket holders not renewing to fire coaches you're in lala land. Look at the browns, rams, jags, jets they all make money and lose year after year.
  11. Wow it sounds like all the jags, tenn, and hou fans who use to say back in the 2000s "once Peyton is gone the Colts fans will no longer fill the stadium every Game" were right. I live 4.5 hours from Indy I had season tickets in 2013 & 14. I'd still have them today but the cost of staying over night before or after the game plus going out to eat and drink Saturday night or Sunday night was to much. My wife and I made the trip to every home game but 4 in those 2yrs. We are going to the jags game this year and wish we were at the other 7 home games. I'll get season tickets again some day, but it'll be in a few years when our money situation is alittle better. I liked walking around the stadium and looking at the posters of people who have had season tickets since 1984 I wonder how many times they had to sit thru games thinking why do we continue to come to games when the team is going 1-15 or 2-14 and will never make the playoffs.
  12. I don't know what season ticket rights you are talking about. The Colts don't have PSLs. When I had season tickets in 2013 & 2014 I only paid for the tickets and got them all at once in August in a packet. Playoff tickets were bought in December for 2 games and if the Colts didn't host any games or just one the money was put towards the next year's season tickets. When I decided I didn't want season tickets in 2015 the Colts refunded the left over playoff ticket money. I still have my season ticket holder account and can buy season tickets next year if I want. I do lose my place in line so I have to wait till after everyone else rebuys their season tickets then I can buy any that are left.
  13. Yeah I figured it'd be $20 to park there. When we had season tickets and stayed the night before the games we could park for free at the parking garage that's next to the downtown Marriott. Union station us hooked to the convention center. So that where we'll enter the stadium. That way we don't have to go outside. Probably go to champs after the game to watch late games. Again we won't have to go outside to get from the stadium to champs. That's why I love downtown Indy. You can get around allot of it and never go out in the cold.
  14. Just got tickets for the Jags game. 1st game in 2yrs when I had season tickets. Anyone know the price to park at the under ground lot at union station? We'll be staying there that night. Hopefully the Colts are still alive for a playoff spot then. Or maybe have the division wrapped up.
  15. 1st try didn't do much, but the 2nd play worked great even if luck didn't get the bomb to t.y. Seen the Seahawks score on a wr pass back to Russell. luck could be a Dallas Clark type te out on a route, but wouldn't want to see him take a hit in the open field.

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