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sounds like a blanket schedule with Hou. and Indy

I like it too. I think we'll be 3-0 before we face the Seahawks, we don't see you guys till week 9. In Houston. :clap:

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Two games in a row at home to open the year?!?!?! Does the NFL realize this is the COLTS schedule? We almost always open the road and to get not one but TWO home games out of the gate. WOW!

That was my first reaction (after seeing the Broncos game). It's a miracle!

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Patriots proved that in the playoffs.

I guess the Ravens proved that the Colts were regular season pretenders as well in that case. Texans have actually won 2 playoff games the past two seasons...

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I'll play the schedule game too. I have 12-4

 

 

Raiders - W - 1-0

Dolphins - W - 2-0

@Niners - L - 2-1

Jags - W - 3-1

Seahawks - W - 4-1

@Chargers - L - 4-2

Broncos - L - 4-3

BYE - 4-3

@Texans - L - 4-4

Rams - W - 5-4

@Titans - W - 6-4

@Cardinals - W - 7-4

Titans - W - 8-4

@Bengals - W - 9-4

Texans - W - 10-4

@Chiefs - W - 11-4

Jags - W - 12-4

 

Looks good to me.

 

I have us losing 3 in a row, but winning 8 in a row.

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I think the NFL likes the Indianapolis Colts....

 

Two home games to start...

 

A bye week at week #8.

 

Four prime time games...

 

And we close with 3 of our last 5 at home.

 

All in all,  that's a very favorable schedule....

 

I'm a happy Colts fan!!      :thmup:     :thmup:

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So playing OAK week 1 is like when FBS teams schedule FCS teams right? I joke of course, but really that is a good game to start with.

You guys get to test out Matt Flynn and see if he should be a starter week one. Sounds like a nice match-up.

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I guess the Ravens proved that the Colts were regular season pretenders as well in that case. Texans have actually won 2 playoff games the past two seasons...

Well yeah, they kind were lol

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Let's get real. Chargers Colts on MNF will have the worst ratings for any MNF game this season. SF-Colts, and/or Hawks-Colts would have been much, much better, and would have had better ratings. The schedule makers BLEW it.

Monday night football never has bad ratings

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I'm going to say 5-3 by the bye. and then 10-6 to end the season. Worst case scenario 9-7 wildcard? It's a pretty easy schedule really, but some of these "bad" teams made some pretty good changes this off-season and the draft hasn't even happened yet, so I'd put my predictions as pretty optimistic. 

 

Some other notes:

1. I'm liking the week 8 bye.

2. I like that the most difficult stretch of our season is in the beginning. So if we can make it out of that stretch with .500 then I think we'll have a good feeling midseason if we'll likely be playoff bound.

3. 4 primetime games is pretty cool, but 3 of them are away. It's not that big of a deal, but I just like to see LOS go nuts on TV xD.

4. I usually go to 1-2 games a year, and this year Seattle, Denver, Houston seem like my favorites.

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I think the NFL likes the Indianapolis Colts....

 

Two home games to start...

 

A bye week at week #8.

 

Four prime time games...

 

And we close with 3 of our last 5 at home.

 

All in all,  that's a very favorable schedule....

 

I'm a happy Colts fan!!      :thmup:     :thmup:

sombody up there likes us...NCF....That's a dream schedule.

 

WE can go 3-5 and stil be okay because we can go 7-1 in the second half..

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Comparatively speaking, of course. Put the Seahawks and the Niners on there, and the ratings double. heck, Colts-Raiders would have better ratings on MNF than Colts-'chargeless' Chargers.

 

Colts-Raiders always put up great games. Even in the Manning era when the Colts were dominant and the Raiders weren't, they were close games.

 

I expect the same on Week 1.

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According to NFLN voters on a per game basis the Texans will be 10-6(some of those games were close percentage wise; I think they will be lucky to get 9 wins) and the Colts will be 13-3. 

 

I know it is too early to tell but I have a feeling... Colts will win the division with a helping hand from a favorable 2nd half schedule.

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I think 12-4 is very possible. But...we'll see how things go. It's gonna be a whole new team come week 1.


 


Week 1: vs Raiders (CBS) - WIN


 


Week 2: vs Dolphins (CBS) - WIN


 


Week 3: at 49ers (CBS) - LOSS


 


Week 4: at Jaguars (CBS) - WIN


 


Week 5: vs Seahawks (FOX) - LOSS


 


Week 6: at Chargers (ESPN) - WIN


 


Week 7: vs Broncos (NBC) - WIN


 


Week 8: BYE


 


Week 9: at Texans (NBC) - LOSS


 


Week 10: vs Rams (FOX) - WIN


 


Week 11: at Titans (NFL) - WIN


 


Week 12: at Cards (CBS) - WIN


 


Week 13: vs Titans (CBS) - WIN


 


Week 14: at Bengals (CBS) - LOSS


 


Week 15: vs Texans (CBS) - WIN


 


Week 16: at Chiefs (CBS) - WIN


 


Week 17: vs Jaguars (CBS) - WIN

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October 20th, will be greatest day for me as a Colts fan. Peyton Manning comes home, most likely to kick our butts.

I have Peyton out of that game with an injury to his forehead(fivehead?)... WE WIN!

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