Unfortunately, the last 3 weeks the Colts have had the worst pass defense in the league (like 307 yards per game surrendered). Not a good sign with Brees/Thomas and company being next up.
I'd rather take our chances with our current team in an outdoor blustery stadium (run the ball, stop the run) in the playoffs rather than being in a passing game shootout.
Which reminds me, I'm not confidant the way CB/Reich has built the offense fits L.O.S.
That along with ( sorry locals, you're not K.C. or Seattle's 12 ) the lack of noise means there really is no 'home field advantage' to speak of.
You never know.
I think it is more likely that the Colts get embarrassed on national TV.
Our playoff hopes are so slim, I'm not sure if I want us to win or not.
Of course when I'm watching the game I'll be rotting for the Colts all game. But if it ends with a loss, I won't be too disappointed.
The colts loss to the Steelers was devastating. As I write this before the game Monday night. Now at 7-6 the Colts would have controlled their own destiny, and even with a loss tonight all they would have needed was to win the last 2 and hope Tennessee lost one because the Colts would hold the tie breaker over Tennessee and Pittsburgh. As far as next year they can be a legitimate super bowl contender. They only need 2 things. #1 just have just an average amount of injuries, and #2 and most importantly get Andrew Luck back. If he was here this year and healthy they already would have at least 10 wins