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  1. This caught me off guard! WOW
  2. I'm so glad that he will officially retire as a Colt. He is one of my all-time favorite Colt players and such a class act. Thanks for all you've done for this franchise, Jeff and I hope there's a place in the front office for you, if that's what you want.
  3. I was at the Manning Bowl on September 19th, 2010 when the Colts whooped the G-Men!!
  4. Colts are #1, then I also like the Giants (my wife and her family are all life-long Giants fans, so I'm not as dumb as I look), because of Eli Manning and their rich history. I've always liked the KC Chiefs...great uniforms and love watching games on TV when they are at Arrowhead. I also follow Da Bears...great players through the years.
  5. I saw it suggested that the logo would look better is it were turned a bit. http://www.uni-watch.com/wp-content/uploads/Ratiojag.jpg
  6. 1. Possibly one - Kruger 2. I missed the performance of the choir, but can only imagine how inspiring that was to watch. I agree with Dustin....not having to listen to Phil Simms was a highlight for me.
  7. Spring training is just around the corner...baseball will be back soon!

    1. BrentMc11

      BrentMc11

      Feb 10 I always looked for the pitchers and catchers to report...

  8. No, didn't get a chance to watch any of those games, but I rarely watch them anyway. Neither, I'll be at home in front of my big screen TV I won on MyColts.com a couple of years ago!
  9. 1. No, I doubt it 2. No, but read about it and the snap from Saturday to Manning was very cool...wish I had seen that.
  10. Yes, only 2 teams with weaker schedules than ours based upon the winning percentages this season.
  11. I thought I could paste it as a table that looked nicer, but couldn't. So, I edited and provided the link.
  12. Just saw this posted on NFL Trade Rumors. Looks good for the Colts!! http://nfltraderumors.co/2013-nfl-strength-of-schedule/
  13. I'm talking about fans being able to afford to go to Hawaii, not the players.
  14. Found this....it was NBC Sports Network -- The CFL, as of immediately prior to the 2012 season, had not secured a television partner in the United States. By default, the rights rested with the ESPN Networks, through their part-ownership of TSN, but they did not schedule the league for air on any of its traditional television networks.[35] In late July 2012, NBC Sports Network acquired rights to the CFL for the remainder of the 2012 season. The NBCSN deal included nine regular season games starting August 27 (including both Labour Day Classic games) and all the playoffs
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