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Stoy10
01-17-2006, 02:14 PM
:sidelol: Living here in Indiana is great right now. I have never seen so many fans turn their backs on a team like these bandwagoners:spamkill: . They are asking for the removal of Dungy and Manning and many are saying they will not renew their season tickets. LOL:sidelol: THESE PEOPLE ARE A JOKE

Samphin
01-17-2006, 02:18 PM
Ugh...if they don't want Manning, I will gladly drive him down to Miami to help resume his career elsehwere.

BrazForPhins
01-17-2006, 03:12 PM
Ugh...if they don't want Manning, I will gladly drive him down to Miami to help resume his career elsehwere.

I second that

ether79
01-17-2006, 03:15 PM
Haven't heard anything about Manning around here, other than the fact that they are now getting used to the idea that Manning is a choker.

nyjunc
01-17-2006, 03:27 PM
Why shouldn't they be melting down and throwing the choker under the bus? manning deserves all the criticism that he is getting- he is 100% pure choker and I have taken him off my list of great QBs. Great QBs don't choke every postseason, he drops down to the Culpepper status of being a great fantasy QB. I gave him a pass running up against the Pats the last few years but losing this game at home when the football gods despertaely tried to give it to him is the last straw.

Mindwarp
01-17-2006, 03:30 PM
Ill trade them Sage for Peyton and their 1st.

DPlus47
01-17-2006, 03:32 PM
Ugh...if they don't want Manning, I will gladly drive him down to Miami to help resume his career elsehwere.

we gotta make sure that the phins either keep gus for the playoffs or sign tee martin.

FinFaninMS
01-17-2006, 04:09 PM
Why shouldn't they be melting down and throwing the choker under the bus? manning deserves all the criticism that he is getting- he is 100% pure choker and I have taken him off my list of great QBs. Great QBs don't choke every postseason, he drops down to the Culpepper status of being a great fantasy QB. I gave him a pass running up against the Pats the last few years but losing this game at home when the football gods despertaely tried to give it to him is the last straw.

Good post.

If Manning can't win this year, with that team, homefield advantage throughout the playoffs, playing indoors all the way to through the Super Bowl, then how good can he really be?

Kadiddlehopper
01-17-2006, 09:58 PM
Does anyone think it might be because he calls the plays?
Personally I'd take him in a heartbeat, except his contract
would kill ya!