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Old 09-17-2007, 09:46 AM
 
Location: Indiana
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well X i will predict it I think that he colts have what it takes. Yes i do have to say that the Pats look VERY good last night. but I think that the Colts have that monkey off there back that they just could not beat the pats in the playoffs. I think it will be Colts pats afc champ. and it will be a awesome game. Cant wait to see that game and as for the chargers being a force all i have to say is LT who. He is stinkin it up so far he is a great player just slow start. I had first pick in my fan. footaball and i picked Peyton and caught all kinds of crap and Im lovin it now
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Old 09-17-2007, 09:53 AM
 
Location: Indianapolis
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Go Colts! And 'Skins tonight!!
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Old 09-17-2007, 11:59 AM
 
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So far, I'd say the Colts are better than the Ravens, Chargers and the Broncos. To all of you Colt haters, buckle up because we're still a force to be reckoned with this January and don't be surprised if it's us vs. pats in the AFC Championship game. I'm not predicting a Superbowl here folks, but we're still a force and who knows maybe in the SB again, you never know.
I would agree but the Patriots are even better than last year and so far they are looking unstoppable. Randy Moss still has it. I agree that the Colts are better than the Ravens, Chargers, and Broncos though. The Broncos aren't looking very good at all. They barely beat the Bills and barely beat the Raiders and got pretty lucky both games to win and these are two of the worst teams in the AFC.
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Old 09-17-2007, 07:15 PM
 
Location: Indianapolis
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I would agree but the Patriots are even better than last year and so far they are looking unstoppable. Randy Moss still has it. I agree that the Colts are better than the Ravens, Chargers, and Broncos though. The Broncos aren't looking very good at all. They barely beat the Bills and barely beat the Raiders and got pretty lucky both games to win and these are two of the worst teams in the AFC.

We're on the same page! All of the sudden, I'm interested in watching the Colts play the Texans next week. I think the Texans may be for real this year!
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