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BAMAPHIN 22
08-09-2006, 10:51 PM
Time running out for Colts' quarterback, coach to reach Super Bowl


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You’ve got to wonder about the Indianapolis Colts.

Can an all-pro kicker, Adam Vinatieri, replace an all-pro running back, Edgerrin James? Is Peyton Manning’s eighth season finally the charm? Does Marvin Harrison really turn 34 this month?

Is Tony Dungy replaying his Tampa Bay tenure, unable to get his team over the hump?
Are these Colts as good as they are ever going to get? Thursday night’s preview against St. Louis isn’t going to provide many immediate answers, but it’s the first look at a team that is trying to avoid another dose of frustration in what is becoming a predictable pattern.

Last season’s undefeated run and promising season, tragically interrupted by the death of Dungy’s son, ended in a resounding playoff loss to Pittsburgh.

The Colts took a physical beating, inside their home dome no less, confirming suspicions they are a finesse team more adept at winning style points than big games.

No doubt one of the league’s elite teams, they have been unable to break through for a Super Bowl appearance, falling short in each of Dungy’s four seasons. It’s hard to imagine them getting a clearer shot than last year, when they had home field advantage and a chance to play a Super Bowl indoors in Detroit. The regular-season record for Dungy in Indy now stands at 48-16; the playoff record 3-4.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/14270518/

dominizzo
08-09-2006, 11:35 PM
Its nowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww or neverrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr


what a song

Tone_E
08-10-2006, 12:46 AM
lol, agreed, and that is a great sone. :)

#84Fan4Life
08-10-2006, 05:42 PM
I've said for 3 years now that Manning will never win a Super Bowl and will end up like Marino, all the passing records and no ring. Manning and Dungy are "soft" people and the whole team takes on that persona. When push comes to shove the Colts crumble just like their 2 main leaders Dungy and Manning.

dreday
08-10-2006, 05:49 PM
A SB victory couldnt happen to a nicer guy In Dungy,but we all know how "nice guys" usually finish.:D

Dors156
08-10-2006, 06:50 PM
i dont want manning to win a sb.it sounds selfish but i dont want to hear this forever on espn"is manning the best to ever play","is manning better than marino":nono: i dont want to hear it

305TillIDie
08-10-2006, 06:53 PM
i dont want manning to win a sb.it sounds selfish but i dont want to hear this forever on espn"is manning the best to ever play","is manning better than marino":nono: i dont want to hear iti hear ya man..espn drinks too much manning punch :lol:

Dors156
08-10-2006, 07:36 PM
i hear ya man..espn drinks too much manning punch :lol:


:lol:

ih8brady
08-10-2006, 11:51 PM
i dont want manning to win a sb.it sounds selfish but i dont want to hear this forever on espn"is manning the best to ever play","is manning better than marino":nono: i dont want to hear it

:yes: preach it brotha!!!

miami234ever
08-11-2006, 01:23 AM
i dont want manning to win a sb.it sounds selfish but i dont want to hear this forever on espn"is manning the best to ever play","is manning better than marino":nono: i dont want to hear it

I agree man. Another reason also is that I don't want Dan to be a loner.

ThePats
08-11-2006, 01:41 AM
Their new running back $ucks. I watched him play tonight he averaged 1 yard per carry. Addai ofcourse. All of them stunk, except 4th stringer Kory Chapman who had the best of all the RB's. The Colts ran across a gem with Addai.

The Future
08-11-2006, 01:47 AM
Time running out for Colts' quarterback, coach to reach Super Bowl


http://msnbcmedia.msn.com/j/apmegasports/200608081105228380052-pf.hmedium.jpg (http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/14245019/displaymode/1176/rstry/14270518/)


You’ve got to wonder about the Indianapolis Colts.

Can an all-pro kicker, Adam Vinatieri, replace an all-pro running back, Edgerrin James? Is Peyton Manning’s eighth season finally the charm? Does Marvin Harrison really turn 34 this month?

Is Tony Dungy replaying his Tampa Bay tenure, unable to get his team over the hump?
Are these Colts as good as they are ever going to get? Thursday night’s preview against St. Louis isn’t going to provide many immediate answers, but it’s the first look at a team that is trying to avoid another dose of frustration in what is becoming a predictable pattern.

Last season’s undefeated run and promising season, tragically interrupted by the death of Dungy’s son, ended in a resounding playoff loss to Pittsburgh.

The Colts took a physical beating, inside their home dome no less, confirming suspicions they are a finesse team more adept at winning style points than big games.

No doubt one of the league’s elite teams, they have been unable to break through for a Super Bowl appearance, falling short in each of Dungy’s four seasons. It’s hard to imagine them getting a clearer shot than last year, when they had home field advantage and a chance to play a Super Bowl indoors in Detroit. The regular-season record for Dungy in Indy now stands at 48-16; the playoff record 3-4.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/14270518/

I'll say this now manning will never ever win a superbowl. he had his chance with edge on the team now its gonna be tough for the cry baby 2 win one.