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Dunk

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  1. When the Colts were still in the AFC East I saw the Bills, Pats and Dolphins, at least 3 times each, Bengals twice Chargers Leaf/Manning rookie year Saints Raiders AFC South years Titans, Texans, Jags, Pats, again at least 3 games each Broncos Lions Giants Arizona The ultra exciting Jim Sorgi game after the perfect season was ruined, There may be more I'm forgetting, but I count 14 different teams in that mess I typed.
  2. We can all probably agree he was not a wise old Sage.
  3. Lived in Indiana all my life. Before the Colts moved I followed the Raiders, Oilers, and the Montana led Niners . Just thought they were fun to watch and wanted to be different from all the Pittsburg and Dallas fans I had as teammates and friends. I became a Colts fan soon after some friends and I scored tickets to the Bills game at the dome in 85. They killed Buffalo. Don't remember the final score, but Pagel was the QB, and Randy McMillian, and Albert Bently ran wild. Decided after that I could follow the Colts and have been a fan ever since.
  4. May have posted this before, but feel it belongs in this thread. It was easy to tell how the game was going by listening to the emotion in Bob's voice.
  5. I would not bet on us to win this game in the shape we are in right now, but to your point I will post this example of a team stepping up when nothing has gone their way for a lot longer than 2 games. Sorry, didn't realize the vid wouldn't imbed. It's from the 97 Colts game 12
  6. Can vouch for this. I had a 200 pound female number 13 screaming in ear in 2000 when the officials screwed us at home while looking down on several hundred of the same jerseys in front of me. Lot of Fins fans carrying over from Bob Grise, and no local team until the Colts showed up. Grise is from Evansville, was a Boilermaker, so built a Miami fanbase in Indiana.
  7. 10 maybe 11 Other teams will be dealing with covid and injuries as well. Could work in our favor a few times.
  8. This I remember watching Peyton his rookie year and wondering if the Colt's made the right choice. The SF and Jets games that year were when I finally thought maybe he'd be a good Qb some day. Not comparing Eason to Manning, just saying even the best need some time to adjust to NFL speed and talent on defense.
  9. WTWO Terre Haute is broadcasting it as well. I don't know if their content is available online.
  10. This, Phillip gets rid of the ball in a hurry, but was he in the 1.8 second range release time that Manning had one of his last seasons with us?
  11. Appreciate the invite, but I really have not followed MLB for several years, so probably can't offer too much. Tom Seaver and Jesse Orozco are the only two Mets I can remember, and I'm not even sue Oroszco was a Met?
  12. Here's several in audio form thanks to Q95 including fumbled the frickin football.
  13. Hey NFLFan, Dad started following the Pirates in the 50's because he liked Ralph KIner. As a young kid, I remember him always asking all his Cardinal fan friends if they were going to name their baby they were expecting, Roberto, after after Clemente. He did like Stargell quite a bit, and went to see him speak at IU once after he had retired, and was doing engagements. He and my Mom were at the game that Clemente hit the line drive that broke Bob Gibson's leg.
  14. Thanks, CR91, Wonder where the folks making the negative comments below the article hail from?
  15. No doubt about Kenny. Glad the Pats let him go. Thanks for posting the link.
  16. When camp was at Rose Hullman , and I could go watch a few times I always enjoyed watching the UDFA;s we picked up and trying to figure out which if any had a chance to earn a roster spot. Terrance Wilkens comes to mind. He definitely shined when given the opportunity.
  17. Yeah. That interception overturn was strange to say the least. I remember thinking bad call, but I'll take it.
  18. On the negative side, Vanderjagt's shank in the play offs that could have sent the Pitt game into overtime. That 2005 team was the best in the NFL that year, Same game, Nick Harper not running to the sideline and letting Rothlisburger tackle him. All Vandy would've needed to do was make a Xp if he does. Positive Friday I mean Saturday recovers Rhodes fumble for a touchdown in 2006 AFC champ game
  19. Dunk

    Colts legend?

    I can see that. He was the first guy since Edge that could pick up 2 yards running up the middle on third down. His diving, spinning touchdown against Titans is the first thing most think of when I mention him. Too bad he couldn't stay healthy.
  20. Finally had time to listen to all of them, Thanks Wentzszn.
  21. I may be wrong here, but as I remember the situation you are talking about unfolding, he really didn't have much choice in that situation. Andrew is done. we are screwed cause Jacoby isn't a NFL starter quality QB? Nope. Keep it positive, and hope J.B figures it out.
  22. Thanks for posting the Vid. Austinn In several of those clips, like the last one with the Packers. the pocket was non existent, I don't think Mahomes could have escaped that rush.
  23. Talent and impact wise, Indy Colts, Edge and Harrison on offense. Defense Bob Sanders, he missed a lot of time, but when he played, we looked like a entirely different team. Didn't follow the Colts in Baltimore so I'll trust everyone who did to list those guys
  24. I think it was a Onion interview with Archie Manning where he said a man wearing a hoodie drove up to him in a strange stainless steel car shortly after Cooper was born, The man insisted he that Archie get a vasectomy at once, and he would gladly pay for it. Couldn't find it to post a link.
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