Saturday, January 21, 2006

Fans Appreciate Colts Hard Work

The Indianapolis Colts lost their first playoff game to the Pittsburgh Steelers last Sunday. It feels funny knowing they won’t make the Super Bowl. I was certain we would, almost all season long. Nevertheless I am not despondent or disappointed. In fact I am satisfied in a way. Watching the Cols has been exciting and entertaining from the first game of 2005. I’d like to thank Peyton Manning and the Colts for a job well done.

Saturday, January 14, 2006

Hoping for a Little Luck on Sunday

We are playing the AFC Divisional Playoff game on Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers and we know that the key to that game will be the Indianapolis Colts stopping the Steelers running game. In the regular season we held them to 86 rushing yards and won. The Steelers have racked up over 175 rushing yards in their last five games and the Colts may be the only team capable of stopping them. It would be really nice to see the Colts go to the Super Bowl so get your jerseys out and cross your fingers because Sunday’s game means everything to this Colts team.

Tuesday, January 03, 2006

Back Up Squad Wins One for Dungy

The Indianapolis Colts won their game against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. It was one of many peak performances they have put forth this season. The Colts took the game seriously even though they had already clinched a playoff spot. That says something about a team, especially when you see teams like the Cowboys practically throw their last game because it didn’t mean anything. We have been resting our starters for the past few games and have done pretty well despite losing a few games. This win was an emotional win for our back up squad and they presented Tony Dungy with the game ball.