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Question of the Day - 01/13 "Blue Monday"

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:blueshoe:   Recently - members of the LOCAL MEDIA (for a change) shared their "humble opinions" that if the Colts lost their first round playoff game that they would have considered the 2013 season to have been a "bust".  

 

One went so far as stating that if the Colts didn't win the Super Bowl - then he'd consider this season a "bust".

 

Disappointed as we may be that the Colts were ousted in the second round - do YOU personally believe that the 2013 Colts season was a bust ??   :blueshoe: 

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Absolutely Not!

Colts exceeded expectations.

 

The notion that 31 teams are abject failures every year is absurd!

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Absolutely not! The future is bright in Indianapolis. We just need a few more pieces

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I'm still feeling blue about being eliminated from SB-run, so:

 

+ We went 1 round in playoffs, and we are ahead of schedule for rebuilding project.

-Though we've repeated last years' 11-5 record, AFCS was p... err soft this season, and we were trashed at times

 

I'm a little disappointed with this season, we have to improve a lot, and Gtigs' signings/draft picks weren't as successful as they were last season, however some of them are future projects. We have to shape up for next season on both sides of ball!

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No, absolutely not! The Colts won their division, beat three of the teams headed to the Championship round, made the playoffs, won the first round, ended with a 11-5 record. There were bumps along the way, but considering everything, the season was successful. No one is going to convince me otherwise.

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What mo-ron of sound mind & body would call 11-5 a bust? We all defeated the following Playoff teams: Denver, Seattle, the 49ers, & KC. We also won a Playoff game this year moving further than last season.

 

So let's review shall we? AFC South division title check, beating ever team still competing for a SB check, miraculous comebacks & pose under pressure check.

 

Clearly INDY is scrapping the bottom of the barrel & a dismal failure...LOL! The stupidity/jealousy of some so called "experts" never ceases to amaze me. haha  :funny:  lmao  

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If those people were serious, then no one should take them seriously.

Success! Do we all want more? Absolutely.

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