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  1. I couldn't have said it better man, without the wimmy wamma, in your last couple of sentences you set the record straight, and that is the strait up thruth. All I have to say is " We are the champions.... of the worllllddd". We just hit the lottery, and one of these teams are going to pay us. Congrats man.
  2. Everyone loves winners, and even though the Colts were always favorite to win a game, they always managed to exit early in the playoffs which was always a huge upset, at least for me. But with the Colts, and Payton Manning it is different; it is more then just winning, It is the style in how they do it. It reminds me of that 93, 94 Cowboy team that I use to love watching play when I was younger. Troy Aikman going long to number 88 for a touchdown. But it was just the excitement of the game itself. Payton Manning by far is the most exciting player in the NFL hands down. When I first saw him play I instantly made up my mind, and I told myself as long as he plays I am a die hard Colts fan. He takes it to another level, I mean he is the KING of comebacks no question ask. Just look at what happen last year when they were down by three possesions or two I think to the Patriots, I cant recall because I turned the TV Off very upset at the playing. But, I had put a bet on them with a guy at work, I show up to work, and he hands me 30 dollars, I tell him ha ha very funny cause I thought he was throwing it in my face, so I gave it back to him. And he didn't know why I was giving it back to him, and then he ask me why, and I told him because we had lost, and he lid my eyes and made my day when he told me the Colts had put up a comeback in the final four minutes of the game to win, to win, against the Patriots, that almost never happens to Bill Bellichick, if anyone knows how to keep the lead it is him, but no we had won. Has anyone ever noticed that he scores right before the half almost every time. He runs the offense all by himself, and if the defense makes a mistake he will catch it and make you pay. He has his eyes and ears on everything every possesion. If he is in hurry up offense if you try and substitude a player and the fat line men is not getting off the field fast enough, he will snap it and get a flag thrown. I mean you does that? tell me who? The year they won the Super Bowl, he threw a hillmary in the first play to Marvin Harrison for a touchdown, in the Super Bowl, can you believe that. Now I see multiple teams in the regular season trying to mimic that, no one, let me tell you no one ever throws a hillmary in the first play of any game, but that is his mentally, expect the unexpected. LET ME TELL EVERYONE OUT THERE who will read this, HE IS SOMETHING ELSE. HE IS A MACHINE MENTALLY. If I were the Colts I would stop settleling for just being a good team with him, and settle on making him and that team one of the greatest teams of all time. And I would invest heavily in his talent, and not let him go to waste. Get a good running back, stack up the defense, and lets put the Colts on top of the rest along side of the Steelers, Cowboys, Broncos, Patriots, and 49ners. I have been Manninized.
  3. JColtfan27 Today, 02:47 PM If I was a GM, I would have left everything the way it was exept my first round pick, I would have traded that pick to other teams that need a quaterback, and are willing to give up some of there free agents. The question still remains. How much is Andrew Luck worth to a team who needs a quaterback slot filled in? I trade my pick, and build around Payton Manning, and Dwight Freeney/ Mathis. Everyone knows that before Payton had his surgery he was the man, and he is back. Just ask yourself one question; does Payton Manning have 5 years left on him. "I say Heck Ya." And in those 5 years a lot can happen; like another top quarterback prospect will come along just like they do every year. I cannot stress it enough that the Media including the once who are suck up by the Marketing of players take one player, and blow him up to be this once in a lifetime opportunity, and everyone falls into that mentally. NO one knows if Andrew Luck will even be good in the NFL, this is not College, these guys are Pros. Perfect example "Matt Lenard." and "Mark Sanchez." I mean especially Mark Sanchez. The Market invested heavily in him, and still does, and yet he will never be good. If you watch him play, he cannot read a Defense. Another Perfect example would be our favorite guy: Micheal Vick. He admitted that till this day he still cannot read a defense, and depends heavily on his running ability. I am not saying that is not a good thing, but I will not ever make him more than what he is. IF WE BUILD A POWER HOUSE AROUND PAYTON MANNING LIKE THEY DID FOR JOHN ELWAY WE CAN BE BACK AT THE SUPERBOLW SPOT IN THE NEXT FIVE YEARS AT LEAST 2 MORE TIMES, AND TO ME THAT IS A WISER INVESTMENT THAN GAMBLING ON A PROSPECT. BECAUSE MORE PROSPECTS WILL COME EVERY YEAR PROBABLY EVEN BETTER THEN Adrew Luck. Look what happen to the Denver Broncs they became a legacy like the Cowboys, Steelers, and Patriots who all hold back to back titles withing 5 years.
  4. JColtfan27 Today, 02:47 PM If I was a GM, I would have left everything the way it was exept my first round pick, I would have traded that pick to other teams that need a quaterback, and are willing to give up some of there free agents. The question still remains. How much is Andrew Luck worth to a team who needs a quaterback slot filled in? I trade my pick, and build around Payton Manning, and Dwight Freeney/ Mathis. Everyone knows that before Payton had his surgery he was the man, and he is back. Just ask yourself one question; does Payton Manning have 5 years left on him. "I say Heck Ya." And in those 5 years a lot can happen; like another top quarterback prospect will come along just like they do every year. I cannot stress it enough that the Media including the once who are suck up by the Marketing of players take one player, and blow him up to be this once in a lifetime opportunity, and everyone falls into that mentally. NO one knows if Andrew Luck will even be good in the NFL, this is not College, these guys are Pros. Perfect example "Matt Lenard." and "Mark Sanchez." I mean especially Mark Sanchez. The Market invested heavily in him, and still does, and yet he will never be good. If you watch him play, he cannot read a Defense. Another Perfect example would be our favorite guy: Micheal Vick. He admitted that till this day he still cannot read a defense, and depends heavily on his running ability. I am not saying that is not a good thing, but I will not ever make him more than what he is. IF WE BUILD A POWER HOUSE AROUND PAYTON MANNING LIKE THEY DID FOR JOHN ELWAY WE CAN BE BACK AT THE SUPERBOLW SPOT IN THE NEXT FIVE YEARS AT LEAST 2 MORE TIMES, AND TO ME THAT IS A WISER INVESTMENT THAN GAMBLING ON A PROSPECT. BECAUSE MORE PROSPECTS WILL COME EVERY YEAR PROBABLY EVEN BETTER THEN Adrew Luck. Look what happen to the Denver Broncs they became a legacy like the Cowboys, Steelers, and Patriots who all hold back to back titles withing 5 years.
  5. If I were a GM for the Indianapolis Colts If I was a GM, I would have left everything the way it was exept my first round pick, I would have traded that pick to other teams that need a quaterback, and are willing to give up some of there free agents. The question still remains. How much is Andrew Luck worth to a team who needs a quaterback slot filled in? I trade my pick, and build around Payton Manning, and Dwight Freeney/ Mathis. Everyone knows that before Payton had his surgery he was the man, and he is back. Just ask yourself one question; does Payton Manning have 5 years left on him. "I say Heck Ya." And in those 5 years a lot can happen; like another top quarterback prospect will come along just like they do every year. I cannot stress it enough that the Media including the once who are suck up by the Marketing of players take one player, and blow him up to be this once in a lifetime opportunity, and everyone falls into that mentally. NO one knows if Andrew Luck will even be good in the NFL, this is not College, these guys are Pros. Perfect example "Matt Lenard." and "Mark Sanchez." I mean especially Mark Sanchez. The Market invested heavily in him, and still does, and yet he will never be good. If you watch him play, he cannot read a Defense. Another Perfect example would be our favorite guy: Micheal Vick. He admitted that till this day he still cannot read a defense, and depends heavily on his running ability. I am not saying that is not a good thing, but I will not ever make him more than what he is. IF WE BUILD A POWER HOUSE AROUND PAYTON MANNING LIKE THEY DID FOR JOHN ELWAY WE CAN BE BACK AT THE SUPERBOLW SPOT IN THE NEXT FIVE YEARS AT LEAST 2 MORE TIMES, AND TO ME THAT IS A WISER INVESTMENT THAN GAMBLING ON A PROSPECT. BECAUSE MORE PROSPECTS WILL COME EVERY YEAR PROBABLY EVEN BETTER THEN Adrew Luck. Look what happen to the Denver Broncs they became a legacy like the Cowboys, Steelers, and Patriots who all hold back to back titles withing 5 years.
  6. Man your are dumb. How can you sit there and say Payton is not worth that 28 million dollar salary, they pay it to Tom Brady, and his teamates, fans, and coches are not complaning. Your a joke man, and your a Manning Hater. What you don't like to win.
  7. How can you sit there and love the Colts, and want Payton Manning to get traded, are you kidding me. Loving the Colts is Loving Payton Manning. What do you want for them to trade him to another Power House that would love- just love to see him there in their team, and then that team with Payton Manning as the lead come over and whom and the Colts are you kidding me. There is no way I want to confront Manning until his career is over, and his statue is put up in from of Lucas Oil Stadium. Because you freaking know that he wants to play ball, and he is going to play at the start position until he...., is ready to retire. So if he doesn't play for the Colts he will play for another team, and let me tell you, he is not dumb either, he will play for another power house that needs him and gives him the chance to win. Forget Andrew Luck, WE WANT PAYTON, WE WANT PAYTON, WE WANT PAYTON.
  8. If I was a GM, I would have left everything the way it was exept my first round pick, I would have traded that pick to other teams that need a quaterback, and are willing to give up some of there free agents. The question still remains. How much is Andrew Luck worth to a team who needs a quaterback slot filled in? I trade my pick, and build around Payton Manning, and Dwight Freeney/ Mathis. Everyone knows that before Payton had his surgery he was the man, and he is back. Just ask yourself one question; does Payton Manning have 5 years left on him. "I say Heck Ya." And in those 5 years a lot can happen; like another top quarterback prospect will come along just like they do every year. I cannot stress it enough that the Media including the once who are suck up by the Marketing of players take one player, and blow him up to be this once in a lifetime opportunity, and everyone falls into that mentally. NO one knows if Andrew Luck will even be good in the NFL, this is not College, these guys are Pros. Perfect example "Matt Lenard." and "Mark Sanchez." I mean especially Mark Sanchez. The Market invested heavily in him, and still does, and yet he will never be good. If you watch him play, he cannot read a Defense. Another Perfect example would be our favorite guy: Micheal Vick. He admitted that till this day he still cannot read a defense, and depends heavily on his running ability. I am not saying that is not a good thing, but I will not ever make him more than what he is. IF WE BUILD A POWER HOUSE AROUND PAYTON MANNING LIKE THEY DID FOR JOHN ELWAY WE CAN BE BACK AT THE SUPERBOLW SPOT IN THE NEXT FIVE YEARS AT LEAST 2 MORE TIMES, AND TO ME THAT IS A WISER INVESTMENT THAN GAMBLING ON A PROSPECT. BECAUSE MORE PROSPECTS WILL COME EVERY YEAR PROBABLY EVEN BETTER THEN Adrew Luck. Look what happen to the Denver Broncs they became a legacy like the Cowboys, Steelers, and Patriots who all hold back to back titles withing 5 years.
  9. Man you really math it out didn't you.
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