Archived

This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

arwalt86

Redskins fans.........

32 posts in this topic

OK, so even though I'm a die hard Colts fan, I did read an article on ESPN this morning talking about RGIII's knee injury. After reading the article I decided to read some of the comments, and it was a total Andrew Luck bash fest. Are these people completely oblivious to the complexity of Bruce Arians' offense and to the FACT that Mike Shannahan is using the Baylor spread offense and that's the ONLY reason he's doing as good as he is, I'm probably more so venting on here about it, but these were the same fans who were crying for Peyton Manning in the offseason, but critical of Luck for throwing Interceptions. In my opinion, they have 0 football IQ, and I normally don't like to bash other fans, but it was just absolutely ridiculous.

Here's the link that proves it's still Baylor's offense

http://www.grantland.com/blog/the-triangle/post/_/id/36841/back-to-school-how-mike-shanahan-is-using-rg3s-college-offense-with-the-redskins

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Did you gloss over the end of the article, the one that somehow "proves" you're right?

"Griffin’s advantage is that he adds an element to Shanahan's pro-style offense that can't be understated. It cannot be emphasized enough that all those supposedly "easy" passes Griffin threw early on were decisions he had to make based on how the defense played. That may be the most exciting thing about his debut. Unlike many NFL coaches whose egos and lack of creativity won't allow them to utilize their players’ strengths and weaknesses, Shanahan is evolving his offense into a reflection of his young quarterback. Robert Griffin III is not a "running quarterback," but rather a quarterback who can also run; Shanahan's Redskins offense is not a college-style spread offense, but a blend of a pro-style system that also incorporates some of college football’s newest and best ideas. Griffin certainly has a long way to go, but his development — and the development of this offense — will be fun to watch, unless, that is, you're the one trying to stop it."

Just to add: the supposed " Baylor offense" is not the ONLY reason Griffin is doing well. He's executing well, he's efficient, he doesn't turn the ball over, and he elevates his game in situations that call for it. To say that the only reason he is doing well is because Shanahan has imported his college offense into the NFL is extremely short-sighted and just blatantly incorrect.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

i think people just dont want to cricitize him. on monday night when he fumbled and another redskin landed on it and scored. jon gruden goes thats rg3 magic. are you serious? how does fumbling the ball become magic.

2 people like this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I work with some Redskins "fans" who really know nothing about football. Gets old really quick hearing RG3 every 5 seconds. It's also laughable that most of these "fans" never watched a Redskins game last season.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

and this goes to a Luck vs. RGII in 3,2,1. . . . .

rg3's father plays in the nfl???????

1 person likes this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

This thread is not going to lead to discussion. Someone should just close it now before it gets out of control.

4 people like this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Ron Jaworski broke it down this morning Washington runs Shanny's base zone run outside, then zone run inside. The counter game, and the pistol with 6 (true) zone read options. That's the pro/option blend.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Time to be an irrational fan...

Robert Griffin sucks.

:o

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

OK, so even though I'm a die hard Colts fan, I did read an article on ESPN this morning talking about RGIII's knee injury. After reading the article I decided to read some of the comments, and it was a total Andrew Luck bash fest. Are these people completely oblivious to the complexity of Bruce Arians' offense and to the FACT that Mike Shannahan is using the Baylor spread offense and that's the ONLY reason he's doing as good as he is, I'm probably more so venting on here about it, but these were the same fans who were crying for Peyton Manning in the offseason, but critical of Luck for throwing Interceptions. In my opinion, they have 0 football IQ, and I normally don't like to bash other fans, but it was just absolutely ridiculous.

Here's the link that proves it's still Baylor's offense

http://www.grantland...th-the-redskins

Sigh

1. If it's ran in the pros, it's not a college offense

2. It's not a college offense, numerous analyst have already pointed this out. It's a combination of Myke's running game, kyles passing game and some concepts from College, namely the pistol read option run and play action off of that.

3. If it is a college offense, maybe other teams should do it. The Skins are ranked 6th in the NFL in total offense and 7th in scoring

4. If it is a college offense, defensive seem to be struggling to stop it.

5. Pistol is a formation - nothing more, nothing less. It's just a modified shotgun that allows the QB the advantages of shotgun without losing the ability to run a power running game. More and more NFL teams are using this formation. The Redskins have been the best at using it this year.

1 person likes this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Oy vey. There is so much hypocrisy in that post that I don't even know what.

1 person likes this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Listen to the Dilfer interview here:

It's a very honest and accurate assessment of what the Redskins offense is that delves in to what Griffin did at Baylor, how it's different from what we do now, and where he has room for significant improvement.

Edit: Just realized cardiac posted it in that other thread, too. Why in the heck do you you guys have so many threads about my QB? ;)

1 person likes this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

You should never read ESPN comments. You can't single out Redskins fans alone, comments on ESPN are just loaded with trolls and fools no matter what team it is. Try all those bountygate articles, as well as every Patriot article is loaded with spygate clowns and anything about Brett Favre was loaded with nothing but hate comments. Save yourself some peace of mind and don't even bother reading the comments unless you just want to get mad at somebody.

2 people like this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

as a colts i have actually been quite excited about both RG3 and Andrew Luck. both have played well and both have their teams on the verge of post season play. i honestly do not see why there is so much debate about who is better, its immature and stupid to be quite honest.

RG3 was drafted number 2 by the skins and was brought into a team who has a offensive line who has played together, they have a good running game that does not put the whole game on RG3 shoulders. granted if he keeps running the ball he is bound to get seriously hurt and alot of that i gotta blame on Kyle Shannahan and the Redskins front office. sorry but if i was the owner i would want my prized QB protected at all times. especially if i gave up high draft picks for him, and knowing that i had not had this good of a QB come into Washington in a long time. yet Kyle shannahan keeps calling these plays for him to run (options, QB draws, etc. ) the kid has an arm let him use it. he doesnt have the passing yards that Luck has but his TD/INT ratio is better.

Andrew Luck - he is coming into a unique situation. he is having to replace peyton manning, alot of colt fans still dont believe we should have let manning walk and just trade the first over all pick away (my opinion that would have been stupid long term), New GM, New Head Coach, OC, and DC. Rookie WR's (brazill and Hilton who has been a big impact on the team) rookie TE's (fleener and allen) and like the redskins a rookie RB. the offensive line are just guys who were pulled away from other teams via trade or picked up in FA and the only real colt on that line is castanzo. the colts dont reallyhave a run game as good as the redskins so they are having to rely more on Luck and throwing it 50 times a game proves it. throwing that many times a game your bound to have 2 or 3 INT's a game. but he is on pace for 4400 yards this year with is 350 yards better then cam newtons record.

point is both QB's are playing very well for the team they were drafted by. would luck play that well in washington??? prob not. would RG3 play that well in indy??? again prob not. their fit for the type of offense being ran in their respected cities. both QB's will grow to be alot better, and it very well could turn into a rivalry after the 2014 season when they play each other (unless some miracle happens and both teams make the superbowl before then) i honestly believe these two will square off against each other in the superbowl before they both retire.

Honestly i dont know why skins fans are talking badly about Luck, maybe because it has to do with him having the colts at 9-4 while RG3 has the skins at 7-6, IDK. and its not just skins fans, there have been colts fans saying same crap about RG3. while both sides are arguing on whos QB is better, the Seahawk fans are sitting back laughing and talking badly about both QB's saying their QB is the better one and deserves ROY. yet he can only manage to win 1 game on the road??? and have a controvercial call against Green bay at the end of the game which in my opinion has hurt the skins so far in the playoff race.

2 people like this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Sweet, we needed another thread for this discussion

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Good post. It's a select few Redskins fans that do bash Luck so horribly, and i think it's something that compounds on itself with Colts fans: they see RG3 getting all the headlines and proceed to try to tear him down, Redskins see the Colts' "easy schedule" and Luck's mediocre stats and are appalled at the fact that many consider him to be ROY so they proceed to spit vitrol, and then fans of both teams see such vitrolic hate and it exponentiates.

1 person likes this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

as a colts i have actually been quite excited about both RG3 and Andrew Luck. both have played well and both have their teams on the verge of post season play. i honestly do not see why there is so much debate about who is better, its immature and stupid to be quite honest.

This, x 100.

I can't say I've heard much out of the Redskins fan base on this but who cares if they're bashing Luck? They're happy with their guy, you're happy with your guy, can't it just be left at that?

And any Indy fan who bashes RGIII is similarly just letting something get to them for no reason other than football fan insecurity. (Which is something I've NEVER understood... at all.)

Both guys are playing extremely well and helping their teams win games. Both guys are exciting to watch. Both guys have very bright futures. Let's leave it at that for now and have the "who's better?" discussion in, I don't know, maybe five years or so!

(And as a Pats fan, this is all eerily familiar by the way! LOL...)

3 people like this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Good post. It's a select few Redskins fans that do bash Luck so horribly, and i think it's something that compounds on itself with Colts fans: they see RG3 getting all the headlines and proceed to try to tear him down, Redskins see the Colts' "easy schedule" and Luck's mediocre stats and are appalled at the fact that many consider him to be ROY so they proceed to spit vitrol, and then fans of both teams see such vitrolic hate and it exponentiates.

And it never ends lol.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Hello, everyone. I like to read other forums just to see what the viewpoint that other fanbases have on things, and I'm actually a Redskins fan. And, I assure you, I AM NOT a troll, and I definitely am not trying to incite an argument. Anyways, I saw the OP, and quite frankly what you talked about is embarrassing to most Redskins fans, as most Skins fans at the very least respect Andrew Luck as a QB, whether they like him or not. I, personally, like him, and I think he's a pretty darn good QB, and you guys have a gem. Sure, I can see some of the arguments that some of his picks have been unacceptable, but at the same time, he throws more than RGIII. But that will come with time, he is a rookie, after all. He's a great QB. I don't want you guys to think that the entire Skins fanbase hates Luck, because that's simply not the case.

But there's also a flip side, and I'd even say that I've seen more RG3 bashing from Colts fans than I've seen of Luck bashing from Skins fans. I'd like to believe that this isn't the entire fanbase, same as us, but I'm just saying, I've seen it A LOT from Colts fans. Please, that's not a shot to your team, or the people here on this forum, I love your organization, I always have, ESPECIALLY this year with Coach Pagano, and I also really like Andrew Luck. RG3 is a great QB, too, and I'd like to think that what makes him a great QB is that he DOES have the Cannon before the Wheels in terms of his ability (but he's not necessarily a RUNNING QB, as they do use him more in passing situations.... the majority of our offensive gameplan is actually Alfred Morris). He's accurate, he's poised, he has great arm strength, and I think the best quality he has, is that he's a leader. As far as his injury this past week, he was actually getting down to the ground, but his leg freakishly whipped back as Haloti Ngata was also going down to hit him, so I really wouldn't say that his injury was his fault, nor Haloti Ngata's, it was just a freak play.

I don't see the hate (from fanbases or otherwise) on either of these two QBs. From what I've seen, people act like one has to be GREAT and one has to absolutely SUCK. That's not the case. They'll both be great QBs in the NFL. They'll forever be linked, because of the Heisman this past year leading into going 1-2 in the draft in April, but I don't think the GREAT-SUCK debate will be going on for TOO long, because the way I see it, first of all they're in two conferences, so one's success in the Reg. Season doesn't affect the others, and second of all, I truly think that this will be a modern-day football version of the Magic-Bird rivalry in the NBA. They'll both lead their teams to multiple deep playoff runs and Super Bowls, and I even think they'll meet in a couple of Super Bowls. It'll be a great rivalry.

I just hope that maybe you guys can understand where I'm coming from on all of this, and I hope the debate that I was talking about will stop soon, they're both great.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

alot of that i gotta blame on Kyle Shannahan and the Redskins front office. sorry but if i was the owner i would want my prized QB protected at all times

That's just silly. Griffin is at most risk when he tries to do too much to keep plays and drives going. It's not really something the coaching staff can prevent. The best they can do is encourage him to protect himself, somethnig they have been doing and he has made strides towards. Still, he's a rookie so he's going to be naturally inclined to fight for the extra yard or two even when he shouldn't out of a lack of experience.

Honestly i dont know why skins fans are talking badly about Luck, maybe because it has to do with him having the colts at 9-4 while RG3 has the skins at 7-6

Every fanbase has its haters. Skins fans are mostly dispassionate when it to comes to Luck, although they will get negative in a hurry when they start reading the negative comments directed towards Griffin in an effort to artificially prop up Luck (who really doesn't need all that, anyway). That's what you've seen around here for the most part. The ESPN comments section is just a cesspool of human filth.

I can't speak for everyone but I know I couldn't care less about you guys having more wins on the season. It's awesome that you guys are in the playoffs but I'm no Colts fan and I kinda like the fact that our team has been more thoroughly tested in getting to an above .500 record with a rookie QB.

1 person likes this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Question for Redskins fans - does any of the enthusiasm for coming here and debating Griffin/Luck reflect lingering rivalry from when the Colts were located less than 50 miles away? I'm sure it doesn't to Indy fans of course, but my wife lived in Baltimore for eight years and she said that the animosity was fierce. Just curious - something that occurred to me out of the blue after noting the other 29 Griffin/Luck threads.

I'm not voicing any opinion on the debate itself - haven't seen NEAR enough of either player.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Question for Redskins fans - does any of the enthusiasm for coming here and debating Griffin/Luck reflect lingering rivalry from when the Colts were located less than 50 miles away? I'm sure it doesn't to Indy fans of course, but my wife lived in Baltimore for eight years and she said that the animosity was fierce. Just curious - something that occurred to me out of the blue after noting the other 29 Griffin/Luck threads.

I'm not voicing any opinion on the debate itself - haven't seen NEAR enough of either player.

A huge chunk of the Skins fanbase doesn't have any recollection whatsoever of the Baltimore Colts. You'd have to be over 40 to really have any strong memories of them and, even then, the two teams have rarely been good at the same time and have even more rarely played each other. We're talking maybe 2 or 3 times a decade on average that they faced each other in the Super Bowl era. So no, it's probably not a motivation whatsoever for any of us here.

That said, things always seem to be different near Baltimore than they are even nearby in DC and the southern MD suburbs. With the Ravens, for example, there's really not much of a rivalry as far as most Redskins fans are concerned because there aren't a lot of Ravens fans in the immediate vicinity of DC or anywhere to the south. Ravens fans, however, seem to enjoy trashing the Redskins which drives a lot of Baltimore area fans nuts particularly with the recent success they've had.

2 people like this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

This, x 100.

I can't say I've heard much out of the Redskins fan base on this but who cares if they're bashing Luck? They're happy with their guy, you're happy with your guy, can't it just be left at that?

And any Indy fan who bashes RGIII is similarly just letting something get to them for no reason other than football fan insecurity. (Which is something I've NEVER understood... at all.)

Both guys are playing extremely well and helping their teams win games. Both guys are exciting to watch. Both guys have very bright futures. Let's leave it at that for now and have the "who's better?" discussion in, I don't know, maybe five years or so!

(And as a Pats fan, this is all eerily familiar by the way! LOL...)

lol i know right. manning vs brady haha. btw hoping you guys beat up on the texans, already up 21-0 hopefully it ends in a patriots win.

1 person likes this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

OK, so even though I'm a die hard Colts fan, I did read an article on ESPN this morning talking about RGIII's knee injury. After reading the article I decided to read some of the comments, and it was a total Andrew Luck bash fest. Are these people completely oblivious to the complexity of Bruce Arians' offense and to the FACT that Mike Shannahan is using the Baylor spread offense and that's the ONLY reason he's doing as good as he is, I'm probably more so venting on here about it, but these were the same fans who were crying for Peyton Manning in the offseason, but critical of Luck for throwing Interceptions. In my opinion, they have 0 football IQ, and I normally don't like to bash other fans, but it was just absolutely ridiculous.

Here's the link that proves it's still Baylor's offense

http://www.grantland...th-the-redskins

It's best not to judge a fanbase by those who talk on the internet about them. I know there have been posters here at times that I wouldn't want to people to form an opinion of Colts fans based on.
1 person likes this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I knew Griffin was going to be good, but I also have a strong feeling he's going to see plenty of injuries as we have seen. Fortunately he didn't blow his knee out and hopefully will come back next week.

So far he's taking some monster hits, had a concussion, lucky he didn't blow his knee out. He has before.

Luck is hurried, knocked down and sacked pretty much more than most but I haven't cringed as near as much as I've seen with some of the hits RG takes.

If he does come back agains the Browns he's going to need to be a little bit smarter playing on a banged up knee. Many other players would've blew their knee out. Praise Tim Tebow for youth.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

This, x 100.

I can't say I've heard much out of the Redskins fan base on this but who cares if they're bashing Luck? They're happy with their guy, you're happy with your guy, can't it just be left at that?

And any Indy fan who bashes RGIII is similarly just letting something get to them for no reason other than football fan insecurity. (Which is something I've NEVER understood... at all.)

Both guys are playing extremely well and helping their teams win games. Both guys are exciting to watch. Both guys have very bright futures. Let's leave it at that for now and have the "who's better?" discussion in, I don't know, maybe five years or so!

(And as a Pats fan, this is all eerily familiar by the way! LOL...)

There you go again bringing reason to a thread!

to the bolded part. . .I have said countless times on this forum that one of the only positives to Manning leaving was no more Brady vs. Manning threads. . . .alas that didn't live to long as now its Luck vs Griffin ad nauseum

1 person likes this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
The ESPN comments section is just a cesspool of human filth.

haha....I just laugh when I read some of that stuff.

I want both of them to succeed. I liked both players quite a bit before they ever wore an NFL uniform. Nothing much has changed. :)

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

You should never read ESPN comments. You can't single out Redskins fans alone, comments on ESPN are just loaded with trolls and fools no matter what team it is. Try all those bountygate articles, as well as every Patriot article is loaded with spygate clowns and anything about Brett Favre was loaded with nothing but hate comments. Save yourself some peace of mind and don't even bother reading the comments unless you just want to get mad at somebody.

agreed

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Hopefully both Andrew and RGIII have long productive HOF careers

1 person likes this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I knew Griffin was going to be good, but I also have a strong feeling he's going to see plenty of injuries as we have seen. Fortunately he didn't blow his knee out and hopefully will come back next week.

So far he's taking some monster hits, had a concussion, lucky he didn't blow his knee out. He has before.

Luck is hurried, knocked down and sacked pretty much more than most but I haven't cringed as near as much as I've seen with some of the hits RG takes.

If he does come back agains the Browns he's going to need to be a little bit smarter playing on a banged up knee. Many other players would've blew their knee out. Praise Tim Tebow for youth.

Mal..

He cannot avoid injuries the way he plays.....It caught up to Michael Vick and it will catch up to RG3.....

If you take away the option out of his playbook..he's not as good..

But if you dont.....He cannot take the hits he's taking

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.

  • Thread of the Week

  • Topics

  • Posts

    • ESPN shows a troublesome Colts drafting trend...
      I'm not sure what you are disagreeing with other than that you wanted more early picks used on D. I can accept that, and we can all find opportunities in the last 4 drafts that we could have made different choices.  Those are simply choices that had to be made along the way - acceptable trade offs with scarce resources.   I didn't say or imply that we had adequately protected Luck, I said that we had succeeded in establishing him - that is the main goal that any franchise should have for their young QB.  Yes, protecting him should be included, but those that want to pick apart what hasn't been done to their satisfaction are completely missing the point of how difficult it is to get your franchise QB established as an elite player that the league and his teammates see as a threat to win any game against any team.  We now have that.  I don't see how anyone can lament that, or fail to give credit to coaches and staff that supplied the resources to make it happen. All evidence in the NFL suggests that it doesn't happen in a vaccuum.   If by questionable free agent O-linemen you are referring to Todd Herremans, who started all of 2 games here, then OK, that was a miss (at a very low cost).  If you are referring to Cherilus and Thomas, then I guess you are referring to bad luck, and maybe some poor medical advice.  I get that the efforts to build an O-line haven't yielded a top 10 group yet - and people have a right to be frustrated by that - so be it.  That is simply a position group where results will always lag inputs, and often by a year or more.  QB may be the toughest position to develop in sports, but O-line has to be the toughest position group to develop.  The Colts are among the majority of teams - even winning teams - that have only been able to make marginal O-line improvement since 2012.     Most of this I addressed above with BOTT, no need to restate here.  However, you have taken me out of context.  I said that we have established Luck as a franchise QB - that is the Mission Accomplished.  That is what I don't think anyone can lament.  It's hard to do, and required a commitment of resources that have coagulated effectively to produce a great result....we have the QB that everyone wishes they could build their future around.  That is certainly to Luck's credit, but it is very much to the Staff's credit as well.     This is not NFL Utopia.  Its simply the NFL, and winning is a messy business.    I genuinely feel the sense of urgency that I think drives you.  You are understandably a Luck fan first and a Colts fan second, just as I am a Drew Brees fan first and a Saints fan 2nd (or 3rd in this case).  Time/Age is undefeated, and you feel the clock starting to tick on Luck's prime.  Your tolerance for the messy business of winning has finally worn thin and yielded to a desire for football Utopia.     How frustrated would you be if you were an Aaron Rodgers Packers fan?  Their clock is ticking fast, and they are in danger of bungling his multiple superbowl winning potential, just as the Colts did with the Manning years.  It happens, because that is the nature of the beast.   Without the Tuck Rule, the Pats might not have 1 Superbowl, let alone 4.  The Tuck Rule cleared the path for the Pats to establish Brady.  It seems far fetched now, but there is no guarantee that Brady becomes the trusted winner that he has if that call doesn't bounce in his favor, and he doesn't go on to lead the game winning drive in the Superbowl.     Establishing your QB is the first piece of the mission.  We have the best closer in the game, and his teammates believe it.  Mission accomplished.  
    • caption this
      Andrew, here's $10.  There's a fresh Jackson coming your way every time I score. 
    • NFL.com Gives Way-Too-Early Colts Projected Starters
      Intro: With the NFL Draft now a thing of the past and the Colts beginning week two of their OTAs, NFL.com's Around the NFL takes a stab at who they think will be starting for Indy come Week 1. View the full article
    • Which one most likely to happen...
      Yeah, if I had to rank them I'd put Allen last and 4500 next to last. Not doubting Allen or Andrew, just hoping we don't have to throw that much.  Especially in the fourth Q.
    • Which one most likely to happen...
      I think Gore getting 1000 is the most possible cause he seems * off that he didn't get it last year. I think he is going to run over some people this year especially with our improved O-line!
  • Welcome New Members

    • Member Introductions! (Say Hi!)
      When I first saw this thread, I thought I was late to the party, but then I saw that this thread has been going since 2012.   I'm still late to the party, but story of my life.  I joined in 2015, but have been a Colts fan since I was a kid.   My first Colts memory is getting a hat signed by Quentin Coryatt at training camp, and that same year almost going to the SB.   My favorite Colts memory is beating the Pats to get to the SB in 2006.   Favorite Colts:   1. Peyton Manning 2. Marvin Harrison 3. Reggie Wayne 4. Dallas Clark 5. Brandon Stokely   Needless to say, Peyton (#1) and everyone he threw the ball to (#2-5) won me many, many fantasy football games, and are my guys for eternity.   You might assume from my top 5 Colts that I am a "new-age" "fairweather" fan who only likes offense and points.  You are wrong.  I am grateful for the offensive Renaissance in Indy, but Defense is my passion.  My secret top 5 Colts: Bob Sanders, Dwight Freeney, Robert Mathis, Cato June, Gary Brackett.   I want Henry Anderson to help lead a Defensive Renaissance in Indy.  Luck and TY are great, and I hope the OLine is outstanding, but the D is the Key.
    • Member Introductions! (Say Hi!)
      Hey guys,   I have been posting for probably a year or so now.  I reside in Brazil, IN, which is about 20 minutes East of Terre Haute on I-70.  I'm 28 years old and have been a Colts fan since Harbaugh days, but really started following and rooting hard for them after they drafted Manning in 98.  I love our team and my family and I make sure we are ready to rock for every game.  We always have viewing parties at my father-in-laws or my house and are known to holler and scream at the TV!  Hope all is well with all of you, and GO COLTS!
  • Members

    • 12to13

      12to13 76

      Member
      Joined:
      Last active:
    • BProland85

      BProland85 813

      Senior Member
      Joined:
      Last active:
    • SteelCityColt

      SteelCityColt 3,710

      Moderators
      Joined:
      Last active:
    • Archer

      Archer 583

      Senior Member
      Joined:
      Last active:
    • twfish

      twfish 443

      Senior Member
      Joined:
      Last active:
    • coltsfanej

      coltsfanej 76

      Member
      Joined:
      Last active:
    • Bluefire4

      Bluefire4 944

      Senior Member
      Joined:
      Last active:
    • ztboiler

      ztboiler 858

      Senior Member
      Joined:
      Last active:
    • crazycolt1

      crazycolt1 3,665

      Senior Member
      Joined:
      Last active:
    • jvan1973

      jvan1973 10,393

      Senior Member
      Joined:
      Last active:

Community Software by Invision Power Services, Inc.