We've got the Colts this week..

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by cdy_hitt, Nov 28, 2006.

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  1. TNThunder

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    As the Colts guy said, they are banged up on defense. Hopefully this time we play them we have a lot more offensive production. The Colts are just outrunning people on the scoreboard now if they can. If Vince can exploit all their problems it could be a great game.
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  2. Gunny

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    To be fair Jags fans think they are spelling it right.
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  4. RollTide

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    If we don't blitz schwartz should be fired!

    The colts have played all year without a #3 or #4 WR. How many people know that? Clark has been in that role but the colts have not been quite as impossible to matchup with because stokley has been out. With clark and stokley both out we have to bring some people and limit the decision time manning has.

    The colts #2 TE is also questionable. Expect to see ricky proehl a lot but if that guy is able to find soft spots in the zone i will be angry. Should be man all the way on him..

    We have nothing to lose let's send finnigan and bullock all the time!

    We also need to stay in the nickel when they go 4 wide with bullock and thornton on the field.. One of those 4 guys will be a TE(fletcher) and the other slot guy will be proehl a slow 17th year WR. If we go to the dime and leave just one linebacker out there they will run on us all day.
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  5. SwingOnDeezBalz

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    Bad news, boys.

    You'll likely see both Sanders and Stokely this Sunday:

    http://colts.com/sub.cfm?page=article7&news_id=4338

    Safety Matt Giordano returned to practice after missing four games with a calf injury, and safety Bob Sanders (knee) and Brandon Stokley (knee) also returned.

    Sanders, a Pro Bowl selection last season, has missed eight of 11 games, and Stokley – a key player in the Colts’ three-receiver offensive sets – has missed nine of 11 games.

    “He seemed to do fine,” Dungy said of Sanders. “The test will be tomorrow when he comes back in, but he was confident and he made it through all of practice, so that was a positive.”

    Of Stokley, Dungy said, “He did well. He got back into the activity and running routes and catching the ball in live action. That was good to see and he’ll have two more days.”
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  6. Scotty35

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    Colts Suck
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  7. I don´t think that Sanders will have a shot at VY with a bad knee!!!
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  8. moose4now

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    I hope you're right.
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  9. AFJoe

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    The Colts would still have the tie-breaker with a loss. Conference record.
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  10. AFJoe

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    With both teams with the same Conference record, Colts would still have tiebreaker. Because the next is common opponents. Baltimore loss to Denver, Colts beat Denver.

    The next two are strength of schedule and strength of wins.

    Schedule Colts 5.04 Ravens 4.63
    Wins Colts 4.91 Ravens 4.34

    So in the next three tiebreakers the Colts hold them all against the Ravens. So no matter what happens this weekend, Colts will still be the Number 1 seed.
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