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  1. Manning has found a way year after year, to get the Colts in the playoffs no matter what the scenario was, but this might be his toughest task yet.

    With Houston breathing down their necks Manning will have to have one of his best seasons if the Colts will get back. But I'm not one to doubt one of the greatest Quarterback of all time. Until he gets dethroned, Peyton is still the king of the AFC South.

    The rest of the article is here----My link

    is it just me or is everyone who watches NFl doubting the colts to not even make playoffs?every time i watch ESPN they say "Texans" year.....its all nonsense to me.......

  2. Foster downplays injury, says he will start for Texans Week 1

    While Texans coach Gary Kubiak was cautiously optimistic about Arian Foster's status after he tweaked his hamstring, the Houston running back tweeted Sunday he will play Week 1.

    My link

    I dont want the guy to get hurt bad because i really wanted him to bot play week 1 because all we would ahve to worry about on the O is A. JOHNSOn

  3. ( They think donald borwn, jerry hughes,painter, and a couple more are cut)---What do You think.....

    QB: Peyton Manning, Kerry Collins

    RB: Joseph Addai, Delone Carter, Javarris James, Chad Spann

    WR: Reggie Wayne, Pierre Garcon, Austin Collie, T.J. Houshmandzadeh*, David Gilreath

    TE: Dallas Clark, Jacob Tamme, Brody Eldridge, Justin Snow

    LT: Anthony Castonzo, Michael Toudouze

    LG: Joe Reitz, Jacques McClendon

    OC: Jeff Saturday, Jake Kirkpatrick

    RG: Ryan Diem, Kyle DeVan

    RT: Jeff Linkenbach, Ben Ijalana


    RE: Dwight Freeney, John Chick, Tyler Brayton

    NT: Antonio Johnson, Ricardo Mathews

    UT: Fili Moala, Drake Nevis, Tommie Harris

    LE: Robert Mathis, Jamaal Anderson

    WILL: Ernie Sims, Kavell Conner

    MIKE: Gary Brackett, Adrian Moten

    SAM: Pat Angerer, Philip Wheeler

    CB: Jerraud Powers, Kevin Thomas, Chris Rucker

    CB: Justin Tryon, Jacob Lacey, Brandon King

    FS: Antoine Bethea

    SS: Melvin Bullitt, Joe Lefeged, Mike Newton

    P: Pat McAfee

    K: Adam Vinatieri

    Kick returns are Joe Lefegend. Punt returns are David Gilreath. ....................This is the link according to Stampede blue

    I Agree With this 100% except i want to keep Painter,and well keep brown and huhges cuz draft...What do you think?

    The star beside TJ thw WR means stampede blue thinks will sign him

  4. 1.Painter did just enough to save his job---(Painter completed just over 50 percent of his passes, for 171 yards, including two touchdowns and no interceptions.

    Not great, but not awful either.)

    2.The right side of the O-Line is Solid---(Joseph Addai had huge holes to run through on the right side to start the game.)

    3.Jacob Lacey Needs to Improve---(acob Lacey looked bad —really bad —against the Packers.

    He was consistently beaten by the bigger, faster Packers receivers. )

    4.Delone Carter will play and be a threat in our Offense---(No player has impressed me more for the Colts this preseason than Delone Carter.

    When Carter came into the game, the running game immediately improved.)

    5.D-line Is Fierce---(When you add Tommie Harris, Jamaal Anderson, and Drake Nevis to an already solid pass rush, the sky is the limit.)

    Do you agrree?

    oh yea and CHip Vaughn will be cut maybe even jerry hughes everyone did good to me except them 3

  5. I'm not going to lie. I'm actually very pleasantly surprised by how well the Indianapolis Colts played tonight in their third preseason game of 2011 against the defending champion Green Bay Packers. Last year this time, the Pack hung 59 points on the Colts in a game that was, for all intents and purposes, a precursor for the season for both teams.

    This year, let's hope this game is not foreshadowing, because Indy had an 8 point lead with roughly two minutes to go in the game only to choke it away behind the stupidity of Chip Vaughn and the awful pass-rushing skills of Jerry Hughes.

    But, rather than focus on the final two minutes, let's focus on the positives:

    Curtis Painter bounced back. He was his usual pathetic self in the first quarter, and then in the second made several big throws that gave the Colts a 14-10 lead at halftime.

    The run defense was superb. The Packers were limited to 45 total rushing yards in the game.

    The right side of the o-line was impressive. Several big holes opened up on that side, especially early.

    Colts running game, especially Joseph Addai and Delone Carter, looked dayum good. Team earned 112 rushing yards on the night.

    Tommie Harris got a sack.

    Dwight Freeney is unblockable.

    Reggie Wayne looks healthy.

    Ernie Sims looks like a starter at WILL.

    Jamaal Anderson made some nice plays against the run.

    David Gilreath and Joe Lefeged impressed as punt and kick returners, respectively.

    Javarris James ran well, and was a beast covering punts.

    Philip Wheeler looked good as a stand-up pass rusher.



    All-in-all, this is one of those preseason games where the score really is meaningless. The Colts, without Peyton Manning, held their own against the world champs. Not bad.

    That said, Chip Vaughn will get cut on Tuesday, and Jerry Hughes should probably join him. Oh, and the onside kick at the end really made Jim Caldwell look bad. The Colts clearly weren't ready for it, even though everyone and their mother knew Green Bay would do that with 35 seconds left. You'd think at, after the Super Bowl in 2010, Caldwell would have learned. Guess not.


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