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I love how the author of the article just said," This team is going to be 6-10 because I say so in the article and I am not going to back it up with actual information."

 

Another example that because we don't have Peyton, we don't get any respect from anyone.

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*Singing* Cause we're moving on up! Moving on up, to the bright side! We finally got a piece of, the Polls. :yahoo:

*calmly sips apple juice*

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*Singing* Cause we're moving on up! Moving on up, to the bright side! We finally got a piece of, the Polls. :yahoo:

*calmly sips apple juice*

 

*calmly sippin on my grape drank* :)

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Power rankings are worthless, but the Saints at 11??? They were awful this past season especially on defense. They are switching to a 3-4 without the proper personnel and have absolutely no cap room to do anything. This is really my only problem with these rankings, talk about getting ranked off of pure reputation.

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Lets fill in the blanks and play football......may the best team win....other than the Patriots, Texans......well I guess everyone but the  :shoe:  :helmet:  :lombardi:  :coltshelmet:  :coltslogo:  :coltslogo:  :coltslogo:  can LOSE!  :)

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I love how the author of the article just said," This team is going to be 6-10 because I say so in the article and I am not going to back it up with actual information."

 

Another example that because we don't have Peyton, we don't get any respect from anyone.

He doesn't say we'll be 6-10, and he does give reasons. I personally think he will be wrong, but he is entilted to his opinion, just like you and I...

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I love how the author of the article just said," This team is going to be 6-10 because I say so in the article and I am not going to back it up with actual information."

 

Another example that because we don't have Peyton, we don't get any respect from anyone.

you should read it again a little closer,

 

"The magical 11-5 season was just that. The Colts continually pulled out tight ballgames while getting blown out in losses. That's not to say this club falls to 6-10, but some of those squeakers will go the other way in 2013."

 

I would have to say I do not agree with this.  We will most definitely have a better team  next season than this season.  Those "squeakers" we won we will now win by more and they won't be squeakers anymore and our blow out losses now become potential squeaker wins.  I'm not saying we go 16-0 but we will have at least 10 wins next season and take back OUR DIVISION!

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Bengals, Redskins, Saints, Giants....  Really?  C'mon MAN!

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I just got a call from Bill Tobin.

"Elliot Harrison? Who the heck is Elliot Harrison!"

He was also upset because if we start the season at 13 we'll need a lot of teams to lose in order to get a BCS game.

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