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*Another* great article about this team!

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Nice read.

 

What a great story about the team. Even fans who don't like us, can like the story of the Colts this year.

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Nice read.

 

What a great story about the team. Even fans who don't like us, can like the story of the Colts this year.

 I don't. :) Lol jk man. The Colts have definitely far exceeded expectations, especially if they reach the playoffs. :applause:

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i think this will give added reason for the colts to win out for pagano. we go to houston and win, beat the chiefs, and then pagano is back to lead us to a division title. story book is what this season is.

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<blockquote class='ipsBlockquote'data-author="TKnight85" data-cid="360243" data-time="1355584780"><p>

Another member on the Bandwagon I suppose. Good article though</p></blockquote>

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