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Old 02-02-2010, 05:48 PM   #46
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Dwight hurting stinks. Wish he was fully healthy and ready to go.

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I really hope a Saints defender puts a good hit on Peyton, then Peyton's teammates start a scuffle watching Peyton's back, then the next play, Peyton goes DEEP to Garcon. Saints are gonna shoot themselves in the foot if they blitz the way they say they're goin to b/c Peyton is the greatest QB ever at making adjustments.


Can this week hurry up please??????

If Saints change up thier defensive looks it'll be interesting. If they come with predictable, repeated packages Manning will eat that up in no time.
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Old 02-02-2010, 06:58 PM   #47
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goddamn, manning is about to get paid.
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Old 02-02-2010, 08:21 PM   #48
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Old 02-02-2010, 08:31 PM   #49
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the last two superbowls has been epic..lets hope this one will be two. i'm rooting for the colts but if saints win i wouldn't be that dissapointed
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Old 02-02-2010, 09:48 PM   #50
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Dwight hurting stinks. Wish he was fully healthy and ready to go.



If Saints change up thier defensive looks it'll be interesting. If they come with predictable, repeated packages Manning will eat that up in no time.

Peyton picked apart the Jets' "confusing" defense. Everyone said the Jets would have a chance b/c they are so different and no one ever knows where the pressure is coming from.....except Peyton. I'm sure Peyton and the offense will get theirs, but it'll come down to the Colts' D to make a big play or two.
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Old 02-03-2010, 03:30 PM   #51
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Old 02-04-2010, 07:35 PM   #52
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i honestly can't wait another second for this game
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Old 02-05-2010, 12:06 AM   #53
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The way the media is hyping this game for Peyton' legacy is really, really mind boggling. With a win he can go from where he is currently ranked (somewhere in the top seven all time) to arguably the greatest of all time.

What if he comes out and plays well and the other parts of the TEAM don't step up like they did all year and they end up losing?

What if Peyton plays ok... but his TEAM picks up the slack and they win the superbowl?

It's putting way, way to much into one game. Peyton' legacy should rise with a quality performance from himself, not if he wins or not.

If there was one thing I could change, it would be the perception that superbowls make or break you historically. I can tell you for certainty that this Colts team would not be 16-0 in games where we played to win had it not been for the TEAM effort. And if we win the superbowl, it will have been a team accomplishment, not Peytons accomplishment.
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Old 02-05-2010, 08:37 PM   #54
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The way the media is hyping this game for Peyton' legacy is really, really mind boggling. With a win he can go from where he is currently ranked (somewhere in the top seven all time) to arguably the greatest of all time.

What if he comes out and plays well and the other parts of the TEAM don't step up like they did all year and they end up losing?

What if Peyton plays ok... but his TEAM picks up the slack and they win the superbowl?

It's putting way, way to much into one game. Peyton' legacy should rise with a quality performance from himself, not if he wins or not.

If there was one thing I could change, it would be the perception that superbowls make or break you historically. I can tell you for certainty that this Colts team would not be 16-0 in games where we played to win had it not been for the TEAM effort. And if we win the superbowl, it will have been a team accomplishment, not Peytons accomplishment.

I agree with everything except the 16-0 part due to the team effort, to an extent. Obviously the entire team had to step it up in all 16 Indy wins this year and you can't give all of the credit to Manning. I'm a life long Colts fan (not a Manning fanboy) and can say with quite a bit of confidence that the Colts wouldn't have been anywhere close to a playoff team without Manning. You maybe could have replaced Manning with Brees or possibly Brady and got into the playoffs, but Manning had a HUGE hand in the 14-0 start and two playoff wins.

As for his all-time legacy, even with a win I can't comfortably say he's the best QB of all-time, but from what I've seen from him this year (regardless of winning the Super Bowl or now) I don't know if there are even 2 or 3 QB's in NFL history I would build a franchise around ahead of Peyton Manning. If he plays well Sunday, Indy wins, and he wins Super Bowl MVP, then I wouldn't have a problem saying he's the GOAT QB.
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Old 02-05-2010, 08:40 PM   #55
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Im rooting for neither team but IMO the Colts will win it in a close one. Im just looking for a great game to end the NFL Season. I guess, im rooting for the team with the ball last then
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Old 02-07-2010, 05:29 AM   #56
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Saints 38
Colts 27

We're too good to be stopped, not even a Colts lovefest can slow us down, just like Favre-mania couldn't slow us. It's our time.

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Old 02-07-2010, 08:06 AM   #57
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Pretty sure Pistol Pete's the dickhead teacher who sent a kid home for wearing a Colts jersey
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Old 02-07-2010, 09:12 AM   #58
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I want the Saints to win, but I wouldn't mind seeing Donald Brown get a ring either.
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Old 02-07-2010, 10:53 AM   #59
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Saints 38
Colts 27

We're too good to be stopped, not even a Colts lovefest can slow us down, just like Favre-mania couldn't slow us. It's our time.

Geaux Saints


That's stupid. We haven't lost a game we were trying to win by more than one score in 26 games and counting. What makes the Saints SO good that they will be the first to do it? They aren't on some 2007 Patriots ****. Your team has holes that can and probably will be exploited.
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Old 02-07-2010, 11:07 AM   #60
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Saints 38
Colts 27

We're too good to be stopped, not even a Colts lovefest can slow us down, just like Favre-mania couldn't slow us. It's our time.

Geaux Saints


Uhhh, dude. Did you even watch the NFCCG? The Vikings LOST the game on their own. They gift-wrapped the Saints' tickets to Miami. Minnesota was easily the better team, but they made way too many mistakes to beat even just an average team.

This game isn't even going to be close. For cryin out loud, my Bucs beat the Saints. And don't try that "the saints weren't playing their starters or playing to win" garbage. Tampa Bay beat the Saints straight up....a team with only 3 wins beat New Orleans. If the Aints win the SB, it'll be the first time a SB-winning team lost to a team who won 3 games.

Yeah, the Saints are a top team, but don't act like they're the BEST team in the NFL this year. They have an elite offense and an opportunistic defense.

I can guarantee you that Peyton Manning and his Colts won't turn the ball over 7 times like the Vikings did.



This is how the game's going to go: Saints jump out early, maybe get a pick or two on Peyton and probably get a double digit lead (like 14-3). But eventually Peyton starts reading the defense right and just shreds the Saints' defense up, especially in the 2nd half.
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