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This is round 3 of the Colts fan favorites brackett. John Mackey is the cinderella story, and Mathis is quietly moving his way up. Manning is the favorite to win, just like 2 years, but that year, Harrison took home the gold.

Quarterfinals

1. Peyton Manning

vs

9. Dwight Freeney

12. Robert Mathis

vs

4. Reggie Wayne

22. John Mackey

vs

3. Marvin Harrison

7. Tony Dungy

vs

2. Johnny Unitas

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This is round 3 of the Colts fan favorites brackett. John Mackey is the cinderella story, and Mathis is quietly moving his way up. Manning is the favorite to win, just like 2 years, but that year, Harrison took home the gold.

Quarterfinals

1. Peyton Manning

vs

9. Dwight Freeney

12. Robert Mathis

vs

4. Reggie Wayne

22. John Mackey

vs

3. Marvin Harrison

7. Tony Dungy

vs

2. Johnny Unitas

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This is round 3 of the Colts fan favorites brackett. John Mackey is the cinderella story, and Mathis is quietly moving his way up. Manning is the favorite to win, just like 2 years, but that year, Harrison took home the gold.

Quarterfinals

1. Peyton Manning

vs

9. Dwight Freeney

12. Robert Mathis

vs

4. Reggie Wayne

22. John Mackey

vs

3. Marvin Harrison

7. Tony Dungy

vs

2. Johnny Unitas

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This is round 3 of the Colts fan favorites brackett. John Mackey is the cinderella story, and Mathis is quietly moving his way up. Manning is the favorite to win, just like 2 years, but that year, Harrison took home the gold.

Quarterfinals

1. Peyton Manning

vs

9. Dwight Freeney

12. Robert Mathis

vs

4. Reggie Wayne

22. John Mackey

vs

3. Marvin Harrison

7. Tony Dungy

vs

2. Johnny Unitas

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This is round 3 of the Colts fan favorites brackett. John Mackey is the cinderella story, and Mathis is quietly moving his way up. Manning is the favorite to win, just like 2 years, but that year, Harrison took home the gold.

Quarterfinals

1. Peyton Manning

vs

9. Dwight Freeney

12. Robert Mathis

vs

4. Reggie Wayne

22. John Mackey

vs

3. Marvin Harrison

7. Tony Dungy

vs

2. Johnny Unitas

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This is round 3 of the Colts fan favorites brackett. John Mackey is the cinderella story, and Mathis is quietly moving his way up. Manning is the favorite to win, just like 2 years, but that year, Harrison took home the gold.

Quarterfinals

1. Peyton Manning

vs

9. Dwight Freeney

Very slight edge to Peyton. Freeney's stats/impact isn't anywhere near as big as Peyton's, but he brings a swagger to the defense which I love.

12. Robert Mathis

vs

4. Reggie Wayne

22. John Mackey

vs

3. Marvin Harrison

I can't pick between these two.

7. Tony Dungy

vs

2. Johnny Unitas

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This is round 3 of the Colts fan favorites brackett. John Mackey is the cinderella story, and Mathis is quietly moving his way up. Manning is the favorite to win, just like 2 years, but that year, Harrison took home the gold.

Quarterfinals

1. Peyton Manning

vs

9. Dwight Freeney

12. Robert Mathis

vs

4. Reggie Wayne

22. John Mackey

vs

3. Marvin Harrison

7. Tony Dungy

vs

2. Johnny Unitas

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This is round 3 of the Colts fan favorites brackett. John Mackey is the cinderella story, and Mathis is quietly moving his way up. Manning is the favorite to win, just like 2 years, but that year, Harrison took home the gold.

Quarterfinals

1. Peyton Manning

4. Reggie Wayne

3. Marvin Harrison

2. Johnny Unitas

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This is round 3 of the Colts fan favorites brackett. John Mackey is the cinderella story, and Mathis is quietly moving his way up. Manning is the favorite to win, just like 2 years, but that year, Harrison took home the gold.

Quarterfinals

1. Peyton Manning

12. Robert Mathis

3. Marvin Harrison

7. Tony Dungy

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This is round 3 of the Colts fan favorites brackett. John Mackey is the cinderella story, and Mathis is quietly moving his way up. Manning is the favorite to win, just like 2 years, but that year, Harrison took home the gold.

Quarterfinals

1. Peyton Manning

vs

9. Dwight Freeney

12. Robert Mathis

vs

4. Reggie Wayne

22. John Mackey

vs

3. Marvin Harrison

7. Tony Dungy

vs

2. Johnny Unitas

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1. Peyton Manning

If anyone picks anyone else your completely delusional. End thread :goat:

I didn't know you could be delusional about who your favorite players are.

I know this might come as a surprise to you, but there are alot of us who were Colt fans long before 1998, and some of us may have actually taken a liking to a player or 2 over the many years that we've been Colt fans more than we did Peyton Manning.

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1. Peyton Manning

If anyone picks anyone else your completely delusional. End thread :goat:

We did something like this 2 years ago and Marvin Harrison was the winner...

Oh, and if I'm not a PM fan (even though I am), that makes me delusional?

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This is round 3 of the Colts fan favorites brackett. John Mackey is the cinderella story, and Mathis is quietly moving his way up. Manning is the favorite to win, just like 2 years, but that year, Harrison took home the gold.

Quarterfinals

1. Peyton Manning

vs

9. Dwight Freeney

12. Robert Mathis

vs

4. Reggie Wayne

22. John Mackey

vs

3. Marvin Harrison

7. Tony Dungy

vs

2. Johnny Unitas

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I didn't know you could be delusional about who your favorite players are.

I know this might come as a surprise to you, but there are alot of us who were Colt fans long before 1998, and some of us may have actually taken a liking to a player or 2 over the many years that we've been Colt fans more than we did Peyton Manning.

Given the abundance of people voting for Dungy over Unitas ( :loco: ), I'm not sure I'd agree (at least with the part about fans pre-1998).

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This is round 3 of the Colts fan favorites brackett. John Mackey is the cinderella story, and Mathis is quietly moving his way up. Manning is the favorite to win, just like 2 years, but that year, Harrison took home the gold.

Quarterfinals

1. Peyton Manning

vs

9. Dwight Freeney

12. Robert Mathis

vs

4. Reggie Wayne

22. John Mackey

vs

3. Marvin Harrison

7. Tony Dungy

vs

2. Johnny Unitas

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