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Indianapolis is approximately 50 hours away from hosting Houston in the finale, drawing an end to a memorable week and regular season. General Manager Ryan Grigson appreciates the coaching job and the players’ integrity as the Colts move toward the playoffs.

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All I can say is we should be proud of this organization. From Irsay down it is run with class. Grigson and Pagano were meant for each other: Two gym rats!!! Two roll up the sleeves and 'make it happen' guys. Just what the city of Indianapolis needed!


This year has been an awesome ride for Colts fans....with such a range of emotions. This coach and this football team have given their all. Again what a ride...and it is not over. I love the line in the very last sentence: "That is why Chuck's attitude transcends football. He is an example for how to live your life, in sickness or in health. Living your and caring about each what it is all about!!! Go   :colts:  :colts:  :colts: !!!

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A couple good offensive lineman, a corner and a safety and Josh Chapman playing up to his ability next year and the Colts will be tough to beat....real tough.

Because "The Kid" and his follow rookies are only going to get better.

Of course having all those new additions might not happen next year!

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