The Colts Rule

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    The Colts Rule

    forget about the brady rule,we all know in the colts house the refs always seem to favor the colts when it comes to calls on penalties.
     
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    Why the need to start the excuse machine?

     
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    Ummm . . .

    usually we wait for the game to start and . . .

    you know . . .

    at least one retarded call . . .

    before we point out this well-established truth.
     
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    What's worst is that the Patriots have been penalized for roughing the passer more than any other team, and we all know that protecting Peyton Manning is priority one for the NFL. Ha! "The Brady rule" my as5, why does Brady's team get penalized more than any other.
     
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    In Response to Re: The Colts Rule:
    [QUOTE]Why the need to start the excuse machine?
    Posted by underdogg[/QUOTE]

    4 Superbowl appearences with 3 wins vs the Dolts one. We don't need excuses.
     
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    All this and Brady still has an 11-4 record versus the Colts. Now Denver and Miami those are tough games. Seriously, the Pats need to establish pressure on Manning, even if it means some exotic blitz packages and it will be interesting to see what Brady can do against a depleted secondary. Etsblishing the run will be huge for the Patriots. I fully expect will get some Cheatriot troll posts too.
     
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    The Colts are due for a loss.  Hopefully it comes this week.  I really believe that the Pats will win at least one of their road games against the Colts or New Orleans.  Should be a great game, Manning is looking really good.     
     
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    hey underdog,
                       I will make you a bet:  When the Patrioits beat the Colts this sunday you have to quit coming to bos dot com for ever and ever.  If the refs, opps a fruedian slip, the colts win I will close my bos dot com account.  Is it a deal?
     
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    I bet we dont hear any reports on it,at least you dont hear the excuses from the pats players.
     
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    Last 5 games, Pats are 1-4 against Indy.  Here's the penalty breakdown:

    2005: Colts 7 - 32, Patriots 4 - 24
    2006: Colts 7 - 68, Patriots 8  - 81
    2006: Colts 4 - 32, Patriots 8 - 63
    2007: Colts 4 - 25, Patriots 10 - 146
    2008: Colts 1 - 0, Patriots 2 - 20
     
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    In Response to Re: The Colts Rule:
    [QUOTE]Last 5 games, Pats are 1-4 against Indy.  Here's the penalty breakdown: 2005: Colts 7 - 32, Patriots 4 - 24 2006: Colts 7 - 68, Patriots 8  - 81 2006: Colts 4 - 32, Patriots 8 - 63 2007: Colts 4 - 25, Patriots 10 - 146 2008: Colts 1 - 0, Patriots 2 - 20
    Posted by fuzzy1[/QUOTE]

    Hey Fuzzy!  It is not how many penalties are called...it is when they are called.
     
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    10 for 146 yrds,thats crazy.this is true,most are called on a key first down,or possible score.
     
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    I thought the Thomas one was really bad... very rarely have I ever seen anything that close to the whistle called, in fact, almost never (unless its an illegal block or an attempt to injure).  That was a key penalty.

    The AFC Championship had a few, too... like the Watson call for not being set for a full second before the snap that negated a FG range first down (again something I never see called) and the non existant "facemasking" penalty, which at the worst was a phantom non contact pass interference. 
     
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    [QUOTE]Why the need to start the excuse machine?
    Posted by underdogg[/QUOTE]

    Because the Colts are really good... and the Patriots are probably the only team in the way of the Colts shattering the Patriot records for winning streaks.  Maybe the Broncos or Ravens have a small chance, but I doubt it.
     
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    Here we go with Indy, the home of artificial crowd noise and bogus referee calls. I hope we don't see a repeat of the fixed game fiasco from the 2006 AFC Championship game. This Colts team is ripe for the picking considering they barely squeezed by 2 mediocre teams the last 2 weeks. Brady is going to pick apart the injured Colts secondary. Articficial crowd noise, Polian whining and bogus ref calls will not be enough to prevent the Colts from their first loss of the season.
     
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    [QUOTE]Why the need to start the excuse machine?
    Posted by underdogg[/QUOTE]

    excuse machine? lmao

    wow i was right you ARE pathetic lol

    excuse machine.... lol what an idiot.....
     
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    In Response to Re: The Colts Rule:
    [QUOTE]Why the need to start the excuse machine?
    Posted by underdogg[/QUOTE]

    Excuse machine?

    I think we can question the refs and pass interference calls independent of excuses.  Frankly, the Colts virtually invented the call after getting manhandled in the playoffs two years in a row.
     
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    wasnt it the colts refs giving there players high fives after they won that afc championship game?
     
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    this is true,i remember that in the tunnel after the game.
     
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    [QUOTE]wasnt it the colts refs giving there players high fives after they won that afc championship game?
    Posted by Vladtheimpaler1[/QUOTE]

    Yeah, that's not all they were giving them..It was the low five that bothered me.
    Not to mention Canned applause.
     
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    Satan is back............
     
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    Yesterdays game in indy - colts 4 flags for 40 yards, Texans 13 flags for 103 yards....
     
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    cc - did you watch the game?
     
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    Re: The Colts Rule

    is this a nonchalant message  being sent out?

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2009/11/11/lucas-oil-stadium/
     
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    You can't stop the Ref's...you only hope to contain them.....
     

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