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Tsarquise

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  1. 10 hours ago, Jared Cisneros said:

    Well, for one, I have bipolar, that's just how I am. I'm either really optimistic or really pessimistic depending on how the team is doing.

     

    Two, I didn't know the team would be like this 5 weeks ago. I was very optimistic at that point. I was looking forward to watching Rivers play. I wanted to see Mack and Taylor dominate. I thought we had a great offense. I thought our defense was going to get lots of pressure with Buckner up the middle. I was hoping we could avoid injuries to key players for a while this year. Most of that didn't happen. Now it's obvious by Reich's pressers a couple days ago that he hasn't learned from his mistakes from Brissett last year and is doing the same with Rivers. 

     

    I invest time into this team, both during the season and in the offseason. When I can figure out what's going to happen in 5 weeks based on the personalities and tendencies of the coach and GM, that's not good. It's like we don't even care at this point. If we traded for Darnold, I would be the most excited Colts fan in the world. 

    Honestly, you sound like you have anxiety, not bipolar. 

  2. 15 minutes ago, Jdubu said:

    I don’t want to see Irsay out of majority ownership of the Colts, the man has been a great owner. He is very passionate about his team, he has spent plenty of money on it and involves the fans in a lot of ways. He is quirky and just an eccentric man. Manning could absolutely be an asset to not only the team, but to Jim and the Colts brand. 
     

    you are correct, as a fan, it would be fantastic if we could get Peyton involved in an ownership partner to Irsay, wow, how much more recognition would this team get just with that bump alone. I would love to have Peyton as a minimum, to have a role with the team. Billy Brooks has done a phenomenal job but do you think the bump with Peyton involved wouldn’t be real? I do and so do many others. 
     

    as for Peyton having the capital or resources to buy a team outright, that remains to be seen. I’m sure he would have to have some others with deeper pockets to help but a team outright. I don’t believe Jim would sell any part of the team to anyone right now because he has his girls ready to take over. Unless there was some discord or an unwillingness for them to have a complete and competent takeover, I just don’t see Manning as a part of the ownership in Indy.  It’s ok though. 

    Agreed. 

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  3. 1 hour ago, crazycolt1 said:

    Manning's worth is around 220 million. 

    Irsay's worth is around 2.99 billion.

    The Colts are worth around 2.38 billion.

    For someone, anyone to suggest that Manning should own the Colts is an insult to Irsay and a truly unrealistic comment to make. 

    Manning does not even live in Indiana. 

    Irsay could live anywhere in the world he wants to but has embraced Indianapolis as his own. 

    Like I said, :facepalm:

     

     

     

    You can facepalm all you want, but once again, no one said Irsay should sell the Colts because it is in his best interest, or Peyton has a right or is more fitting as an owner.

     

    As a fan of Peyton, it would be cool. That is it. That sentiment seems to be going over your head. I'm willing to bet Manning has more of a fan base than Irsay. 

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  4. 2 hours ago, crazycolt1 said:

    So because Irsay is not a good public speaker you think he should sell Manning a piece of the Colts? 

    Are you serious? :facepalm:

    No, he just wants Manning to be the owner of the Colts, not that it is in Irsay's best interest. I certainly wish he would sell the Colt to Manning; that would be awesome.

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  5. 19 minutes ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

    Great thing is, this will never happen. The Pats do not have the QB now to reach the SB and Tampa won't even win their own division. That belongs to the Saints. I do see Tampa as a wildcard team though. Pats will miss the playoffs is my early prediction, I see 8-8 for them. Buffalo is now better.

    A little too early to say that .

  6. 12 hours ago, New Zealands #1 Colts Fan said:

    Hypothetical question. If tampa play the patriots in the superbowl and you HAVE to cheer for 1 team, who is it????

     For me I will be cheering for Tampa.

    I would root for NE.

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  7. It takes two to tango. 

    If Suh wants to go to Miami for the South Beach experience instead if Indianapolis for a ring,

    then we can't force him to come here...and without a good mindset we probably would not want him here.

     

    ...and we need to watch the length of the contract...Suh turns 29 in June.

     

    He does not turn 29 in June. He just turned 28 in January... Where are you getting this?

  8. Not a fan.

    Don't like the Blue.

    And the White looks more like Silver-ish.

    I think it takes the classic Colts look and tries to turn into something modern and loses everything in the translation.

    Does nothing for me. Sorry, but not a fan, at all.

    That's because it is silver.

    It looks great to me! Time for a change!

  9. Except they were out played for 3 qtrs.

    60 min

    Yeah and they were at the 1 yard line with a chance to win the biggest game. That's freaking tough. Regardless if the Pats outplayed them in three of four quarters, the Hawks outplayed the Pats enough in one of the quarters to be in prime position to win their 2nd consecutive Super Bowl title. Thats TOUGH!

  10. The Arizona Cardinals made the playoffs this year and won several games with their 3rd and 4th string QB's, guys who will likely never play another snap in the NFL. If you choose to be outraged over things that violate the supposed integrity of the game, and you are willing to convict on circumstantial evidence, then I'm sorry but you are enormous hypocrites if you believe there was no tanking involved in 2011....it was just pure coincidence that a team that won 12 games per year for 3 years straight and was then good enough to win 11 games per year thereafter just happened to have an historically bad year during the season when the next franchise QB was going to be available in the draft. What a strange and fortunate coincidence!

    So why would Caldwell and Polian and all of the current players of that season put their careers on the line so the Colts could get Andrew Luck. Makes. No. Sense.

    Then everybody got fired.....

  11. It was raining cats 'n' dogs. That took us from one dimensional to no-dimensional......so to speak. Do NOT discount the profundity of how the weather kicked our butts. We looked like a dome passing team playing a tough, outdoor ground team in the driving rain....because that's exactly what went down.

    That and the Patriots are just flippin' awesome this year.

    It was raining last year too.

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