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    I'm really happy for the players. They have to feel good after getting a win.

    I didn't get to watch the game. I'm visiting family in the Louisville media market and they showed Bengals-Rams instead. This would have been unheard of in the previous 9 years. EVERY Colts game used to be shown. There are a lot of Colts fans down here.

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    So, what about Mike Mularkey becoming the new Colts head coach? He's been a name thrown out there to be a head coach.

    He's the Falcons OC and did us well. We'd miss him though.
    He can't be worse than Caldwell.

    I prefer either Winston Moss(Packers asst coach) or Chuck Pagano(Ravens D Coordinator)

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    He can't be worse than Caldwell.

    I prefer either Winston Moss(Packers asst coach) or Chuck Pagano(Ravens D Coordinator)
    Anyone from the Packers staff is probably good.

    Here's a list of realistic candidates for the Colts.
    Perry Fewell - Giants DC
    Jay Gruden - Bengals OC
    Dick Jauron - Browns DC
    Gregg Williams - Saints DC
    Todd Haley - Recently fired KC head coach
    Brian Billick - Former Ravens head coach (won Super Bowl. Interested in the Dolphins head coaching job though.)

    I coaches like Bill Cowher and Jeff Fisher are long shots. They'll likely wind up with the Dolphins, Giants, etc. I doubt they'd want to coach the Colts.
    In 49 states it's just basketball, but this is Indiana!

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    Anyone from the Packers staff is probably good.

    Here's a list of realistic candidates for the Colts.
    Perry Fewell - Giants DC
    Jay Gruden - Bengals OC
    Dick Jauron - Browns DC
    Gregg Williams - Saints DC
    Todd Haley - Recently fired KC head coach
    Brian Billick - Former Ravens head coach (won Super Bowl. Interested in the Dolphins head coaching job though.)

    I coaches like Bill Cowher and Jeff Fisher are long shots. They'll likely wind up with the Dolphins, Giants, etc. I doubt they'd want to coach the Colts.
    I guess it depends on who the management is by the beginning of 2012.

    Other than Jay Gruden I want nobody else on that list to be considered.

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    So, I'm not the only one who noticed that.

    is wrong with Johnson?

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    Peyton will not play this year unless he plans on retiring at the end of the year.

    Book it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scot Pollard View Post
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    Anyone from the Packers staff is probably good.

    Here's a list of realistic candidates for the Colts.
    Perry Fewell - Giants DC
    Jay Gruden - Bengals OC
    Dick Jauron - Browns DC
    Gregg Williams - Saints DC
    Todd Haley - Recently fired KC head coach
    Brian Billick - Former Ravens head coach (won Super Bowl. Interested in the Dolphins head coaching job though.)

    I coaches like Bill Cowher and Jeff Fisher are long shots. They'll likely wind up with the Dolphins, Giants, etc. I doubt they'd want to coach the Colts.
    Billick, Williams, and Jauron all had their chances as HCs and blew it, in Jauron's case multiple times.

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    “On Thursday we met with the doctors, the rehabilitation folks, the strength and conditioning folks and our training staff, and in that meeting we outlined where Peyton was and where he might be expected to go in the future. With respect to that meeting it was determined by the doctors that there was no chance that he would play this year. His rehabilitation has not come far enough to make it prudent for him to step on the field in game action.

    “He may practice in some very scripted and circumscribed circumstances if he wishes, that is entirely up to him. He will be thinking that through, and probably, I would suspect given the short week, that it probably is not an issue this coming week. But he will not play, either in the upcoming game on Thursday night or in the last game in Jacksonville. That decision was made last Thursday by the medical people.

    “That is consistent with what Jim Irsay and I have said all year, so there is absolutely no change in our position. We have said that we kept him active in order for him to get back into practice, if that was possible, that was the reason for keeping him active. Jim (Caldwell) said as recently, I believe, as a couple of weeks ago, that he doubted very seriously if Peyton would play, and that was an appropriate judgment on his part.

    “I hope that this puts this speculation to rest, and that we can correctly celebrate the great effort that our guys made and our coaches made this afternoon.”
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    Billick, Williams, and Jauron all had their chances as HCs and blew it, in Jauron's case multiple times.
    Brian Billick won a Super Bowl.
    In 49 states it's just basketball, but this is Indiana!

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    My guess is that it'll take the Colts at least 5 years to make the playoffs with Andrew Luck and a new cast. Peyton might be a little too dinged up and a season of at best 2-14 doesn't look too promising for a few more years. The Colts will be similar to the Carolina Panthers. A very good young QB, but still trying to get better.

    The Texans are going to be locking up that division for a good while.
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    In 49 states it's just basketball, but this is Indiana!

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    I must be the lucky charm. Sat with my cousin in her season txs. Game was so boring hassleback shouldn't of started wanted to see locker and finally got to at the end. Browns td was right next to me. Will post my pics later. Last time I went to LOS and sat in their season tixs my under dog bears won. I really must be good luck lol
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    What does the unemployeed face look like?

    Nuntius was right. I was wrong. Frank Vogel has retained his job.

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    Jimmy did what Jimmy did
    In 49 states it's just basketball, but this is Indiana!

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    Brian Billick won a Super Bowl.
    11 years ago but really I just prefer to not have a retread. Need something new and different.

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    Brian Billick won a Super Bowl.
    Don't try floating that argument around here. You'll quickly find out that winning ONLY one Super Bowl is almost as bad as winning none.

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    Don't try floating that argument around here. You'll quickly find out that winning ONLY one Super Bowl is almost as bad as winning none.
    Maybe for the Colts of the past, but not now or anytime soon.
    In 49 states it's just basketball, but this is Indiana!

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    Other than Brown's TD run, that was bordering on the most boring game to watch of all time.
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    So, I'm not the only one who noticed that.

    is wrong with Johnson?

    He has tourette syndrome (symptoms include head jerking and I'm serious, not joking)....i have a facebook friend who is a titans fan who told me a while back
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    And the walls came tumbling down.....

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    The one game I go to is the game they win

    Donald Brown was a beast out there today and Jacob Lacey finally decided to be a playmaker.
    And the walls came tumbling down.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr_Smith View Post
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    He has tourette syndrome (symptoms include head jerking and I'm serious, not joking)....i have a facebook friend who is a titans fan who told me a while back
    I'm not sure that has ever been confirmed. He may have some sort of tic, but I wouldn't even try to diagnose this as I'm not a doctor and I have no knowledge of his medical history.

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