It seems like the media is almost setting up the loss for the Colts. Sportscenter just had a lead-in to a peice on Pats-Colts by saying 'Will Marvin Harrison play? See how immense an impact his loss would be, next.' (not verbatim, but it was something along those lines). My opinion (and I think the opinion of many other football fans) is that Harrison is currently the 5th most important player on the Colts offense. I'd put Wayne ahead of him; I think--particularily for this game--Clark is more important; Addai, to me, is the second most important player on the offense; and then there's Manning. Granted, anytime you lose your #1/2 receiver it's a big blow, I will not deny that. But a 35 y.o. Harrison with bad knees might not be the same player that many remember and think about when analyzing the matchup. I might be paranoid, but the way the media has dealt with the Pats this year I could easily see this loss (if, in fact, the Colts lose) spun into 'they may have lost, but put Harrison in there and it might be different' by a good portion of the media. Unless, of course, the Pats win by 3 TD's, which I think is just as likely.