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Let there be Luck

Luck is on this week cover of SI

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Did RG3 get his already because he's so much better :rollseyes:

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His names Luck so maybe that will diminish the curse.

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I wonder if the media will compare the sales of this SI issue to the issue that Peyton first appeared on.

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I wonder if the media will compare the sales of this SI issue to the issue that Peyton first appeared on.

How could they not? There isn't enough actual game play to cover all the time the media has on it's hands.

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I don't know if the O-line deserves to be on the cover ;)

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What day does it get mailed out?

I always get my copy in Wednesdays mail.

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My mail man must read mine because it used to come on Wednesday now it never gets here until Thursday. Well I hope the SI Curse stays away from Andrew. ;)

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My mail man must read mine because it used to come on Wednesday now it never gets here until Thursday. Well I hope the SI Curse stays away from Andrew. ;)

No curse this time, we have LUCK on our side!

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Hes already looking at Reggie and they haven't even snapped the ball yet!!!!!

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Hhhmm, i never even knew that Luck was precocious. I thought he was German.

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Hhhmm, i never even knew that Luck was precocious. I thought he was German.

Did you make a funny?

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and they're making the same face.

And Luck makes that face better then RG3 makes that face. I thought I would mention it before anyone else does.

Also the blue cover gives you a more calm feeling, which means Luck is more poised in the clutch then RG3.

;)

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that cover is cursed

I have seen it broken too many times for me to believe in it anymore.

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Hey, Notre Dame was on last week's cover and they won, so I don't believe in the "SI Cover Jinx" anymore....now if he lands on Madden 14, I will start to worry...

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JoKeR Quote: I don't know if the O-line deserves to be on the cover ;)

It was on purpose, they all sit in an room and shout out idea to push one agenda over another.

The RG3 by himself is to show he's so great he's doing it on his own to make the team great!!!!!

While Andrew Luck is shown only doing it great because of the whole team is shown to be great. We all know it's patched up but other non Colts fans don't know that.

The other SI cover of RG3 was on before the draft and it asked a question "who should go first: andrew luck or RG3< That right there told me who they were pulling for!!!!!

And other SI covers says POWER SURG3...

That's how I see it.

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This issue of SI is a must buy for Colts fans because it's got a big article on the Colts written by Peter King. He spent a day or two in Indy for interviews.

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I enjoy King. I will pick this up. I want it signed by 12 so bad. Wonder if he will do any public signings in Indy anytimd

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I enjoy King. I will pick this up. I want it signed by 12 so bad. Wonder if he will do any public signings in Indy anytimd

I would guess not until after the season is over. Hope you get your wish, maybe even for Christmas!

Good luck and let us know....

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don't forget to buy 5 copies for your mother

I'm sure that went over the heads of the younger people here. ;) Great song btw.

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