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So, Who Do You Want To See In Indianapolis This Year?


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With are season shot to heck. Do any of you have another team you would like to see in Indianapolis...(SB), I bleed 100% blue but I have always pulled for the red and gold on the side not that I see them having much of a chance......Montana, Young and Rice did something to me I guess.

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49ers have always been my favorite team from the NFC, and it would be great to see them make a comeback.

Detroit is where I spent my summers, and my dad grew up there; plus, they have a feel good story about them this year.

I wouldn't be opposed to seeing Ray Lewis get another one.

Just not the Steelers or Patriots. I could care less about the Chargers.

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49ers or Lions in the NFC. Always been a huge Harbaugh fan and the Lions and their fans just deserve some good after yrs. of complete ineptitude.

As long as the Pats don't make it in the AFC im good with any other team.

Pats can make it, as long as they get destroyed!

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49ers or Lions in the NFC. Always been a huge Harbaugh fan and the Lions and their fans just deserve some good after yrs. of complete ineptitude.

As long as the Pats don't make it in the AFC im good with any other team.

Agreed, 49ers or Lions are who I'd like to see from the NFC but I'd prefer San Fran. How poetic would it be for Harbaugh to get the superbowl win in Indy after being only one play away from taking Indy to the SB so many years ago. I've always liked Harbaugh and wish he and San Fran all the success in the world....unless they play against the Colts :) (and this honestly has nothing to do with anything Luck related)

as for the AFC..anyone but NE or Pitt...I'd really have no problem with anyone else but would probably prefer either NYJ or Balt. Heck let Tenn or Hou make it (prefer they lose though)...throw them a bone since we're irrelevant this year. lol

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Agreed, 49ers or Lions are who I'd like to see from the NFC but I'd prefer San Fran. How poetic would it be for Harbaugh to get the superbowl win in Indy after being only one play away from taking Indy to the SB so many years ago. I've always liked Harbaugh and wish he and San Fran all the success in the world....unless they play against the Colts :) (and this honestly has nothing to do with anything Luck related)

as for the AFC..anyone but NE or Pitt...I'd really have no problem with anyone else but would probably prefer either NYJ or Balt. Heck let Tenn or Hou make it (prefer they lose though)...throw them a bone since we're irrelevant this year. lol

I know. It's cool man, we can have different view points on things and thats ok, but we can also agree on things like this. I would have loved if Harbaugh could have came here and coached but I knew Polian would never reach out to him since he's the one that got rid of him here. Im like you, I would rather the 49ers make it but im just not sure their quite there yet. So if it can't be the 49ers, I hope Detroit can do it.

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49ers and Ravens. Both would have very large storylines for th city of Indy. Harbaugh coming back and winning in the Colts stadium or the Ravens coming to the town that "stole" their team. I bet if the Ravens win, their fans will still complain about the Colts moving even though they will have won more SBs than the Indy Colts lmao

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As a resident of Indianapolis, I do not want Philadelphia Eagles fans in my city.

I don't think you have to worry about that. I live in the the Philly area and I don't see why they would be in your city. They won't be in the Superbowl. I am a Colts fan. Just curious about why you don't want Eagles fans in your city?

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I don't think you have to worry about that. I live in the the Philly area and I don't see why they would be in your city. They won't be in the Superbowl. I am a Colts fan. Just curious about why you don't want Eagles fans in your city?

remember last year when austin collie got knocked unconscious at the colts-eagles game? remember when they booed him as he was taken off the field? typical philly fans...here's a list of 9 more reasons, you should be aware of these!

http://www.sportspickle.com/news/876/9-terrible-philly-fan-incidents-and-their-harmless-explanations

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I don't care for any of these following teams: Patriots, Steelers, Chargers, Ravens, Saints, Eagles, Cowboys

Chances are, since I don't care for any of the above, 2 of those are going to be in the SB, that is how it has been throughout my life. If I do not want a certain team to win, that team ends up winning more often :(

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