Wednesday, November 30, 2005

Peyton’s Hometown Heroes Score Again

There are way too many good things to say about the Indianapolis Colts. We have excellent coaches like Tony Dungy, top rated players and the number one offense in the game. We are still undefeated and held the Pittsburgh Steelers to one touchdown as we did in our first regular season game with the Baltimore Ravens. The Browns, Jaguars and 49ers scored only field goals never crossing the goal line. From here the rest of our schedule looks easy and it is realistic that we could go without a loss for the rest of the season and all the way to the Super Bowl. Peyton Manning has led this team to its best season ever and we see bright things for him in the future.

Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Bengals, Done. Steelers, No Problem

Well there aren’t words for how ecstatic this fan is about the Indianapolis Colts. Who could ask for a better season? Trying not to jinx things, I will just say we looked great on Sunday in our 45-37 win over the division leader Cincinnati Bengals. Only the Broncos have scored that well against us and that was in the preseason. Peyton Manning threw for 365 yards, a season high, and three touchdowns. All three of those touchdowns were in the spectacular high-scoring first half. We are going into a game with the Steelers next Monday and their record is as good as the Bengals. We can’t let our guard down if we want to go 11-0. Tony Dungy is saying Pittsburgh is an important game for us and we are taking it very seriously.