Exactly, Mrs Mis.... What makes sense?
You can always claim that any person needs to prove conclusively that he didnt do what you suspect (even if the charge isn't logical to the issue) and that you don't accept his denials and no one knows for sure.
..and, Wig, if you never state what 'it' is and how it pertains to this case...there is now where to go.
HGH would not help Peyton's 2011 problem....it wasn't a matter of him not working out hard enough or often enough to recover. It was nerve damage. So what is the 'it' ....he's being accused of?
The best thing anyone can do without any specific (or non specific) proof or real world logical train of thought on this issue is to not participate in the discussion further.
That's probably a good choice on your part.
Yeah, but that's a done deal after this year, as Elway's plan was win now, and not really focused on the long-term. Pretty much their entire defense is up for free-agency, and they'll only be able to keep a few of them. If they lose this game tomorrow, they're not gonna see the Super Bowl again for a long time.
Hope you're 100% correct with this, krunk. Given all the upgraded newbie coaches we now have, I think not only listening to them, but acting upon them would serve the Colts extremely well. The days of even the slightest drafting by dictatorship must end, IMO.