Todays injuries to four starters (replaced with three rookies and a third stringer) illustrate the dangers of Indy's cap approach. New England's Superbowl teams were notable for their depth; depth which was tested by numerous (often simultaneous) injuries to key starters. Indy, having committed vast amounts of cap space to a small number of players, is unable to afford the kind of depth that New England has. If they pull off the upset, I'll give the credit to Dungy, not Polian who is responsible for their current situation (talent selection skills notwithstanding). BTW, don't try to tell me that their lack of depth isn't a result of the salary cap. All of their current cap space is attributable to Freeney's massively back loaded contract, and Tarik Glenn's retirement. (I'll bet they wish they had him right now.) Without those moves and Peyton's additional back loading, they would have negative cap space right now. EDIT: Even if the Colts don't win this game, Dungy has done a genius job with that team. I am beyond impressed.