Our O line is porous. Luck has Wayne but the weapons on offense are not as good. With Wayne covered up by Cromartie, it was a long day. The good news is that the Colts are just starting to build around Luck. I do think we need to focus on the O line to protect him.
Sure it would help, lol... hello, it's Angerer and Mathis. Throw in Vontae Davis. Our D is banged up right now.
There are two types of quarterbacks in the league: Those whom over time, the league figures out ... and those who figure out the league.
Holding, entire colts O-line. 10 yard penalty, repeat 1st down
What a fan, bet against your team every week.
Blu, look around the league, a lot of teams struggled today. The Packers are kicking the Texans ***, and Indy just beat the Pack last week. The Giants smoked the 49ers, the 9ers looked awful, and they are a superbowl favorite. They scored 3 points. The Steelers lost to the friggin horrible Titans. The Falcons are undefeated and damn near lost to the friggin Raiders today. The Bengals couldn't beat the horrible Browns. The Jets beat Indy after looking pretty damn bad all year. The 4-1 Cardinals lost to the damn Bills, who suck this year. The Pats lost to a rookie QB who hasn't looked very good so far.
A rookie QB and his young injured team are going to have games like this. You're not endowing any knowledge by spewing all this anti-Colts crap on a week they finally didn't look very good. Even Manning had games like this.
Not buying anything your saying. I banked on Manning in '98 and I'm banking on Luck in '12. I wasn't wrong then, and I know what I'm looking at. I also know that you don't know what you're looking at. I can't help that. It's not my problem. You'll learn one day, I guess, but in the meanwhile, all I gotta say is ---- Oh well.
Last edited by Kid Minneapolis; 10-14-2012 at 10:44 PM.
2-3 is right where I thought we would be. I just figured we would beat Jacksonville and lose against Green Bay.
rough day all around for them
And last week RG3 would have gotten me 4 points.
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99.9% of Colts fans understand why we said goodbye to Peyton. I didn't like seeing it all happen, but I'm smart enough to understand that when the opportunity comes along .......... you've heard all that before. You know why they did what they did. Yet, you keep the emotion in it and maintain your chub against Luck, Irsay, the Colts and their fans. Slightly hypocritical - isn't it ??
None of us were happy to see Peyton go. But he can't play forever, and it's not every year that you have the position to draft a QB of Luck's (or RGIII's, if you prefer) caliber. The rest of us have managed to move on, why can't you?