I don't live and die by what the Colts do. Honestly if they get off to another 1-4 type start, I'll probably just check out for the rest of the season. My patience with pro sports was already wearing thin and right now NFL football no longer feels exciting. There's more to life than spending half of my weekend watching mediocre football. I hope I'm wrong, but that's what I expect from this team for a while.
You have got to be kidding me. That's not the difference between greatness and a good player. That's arguably the difference between insanity and rationality as a player. Look at what you said here. One man decided to keep playing after four neck surgeries. What did that get him? Did you see Manning in his final season? Did you see how his body basically gave up on him? Why would Andrew Luck subject himself to that? For your entertainment? For a ring? For a game that he hasn't enjoyed as much as he once did? If all players aspired to your ridiculous standard of "greatness", they might not even be able to make it the podium on the day of their retirement.
Yes, they colts shouldve protected him more and earlier. But there also were a good amount of no call shots that a brady or a manning or a brees would have had and the flags would have been all over the place
after 10+ calls from Indy, and an unknown amount of texts, my phone died... lol.
i didn't plan well for the depression. only had 3 beers in the house. no hard liquor, but luckily have several expensive bottles of wine. now that i can't talk on the phone, grabbing my trusty corkscrew. going to wage war on a 200 dollar bottle of vino.