(I looked to see if this was posted Friday, but didn't see it. Apologies if it's a repost) http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2006/writers/don_banks/05/25/colts/index.html Hmmm.... Seems to me, that if his criteria is a talented team that suffered a bitter, heartbreaking loss in the playoffs, there's another team that fits that description. The difference is that one team is led by a QB (and Coach) that has become quite accustomed to heartbreaking playoff losses, and the other team is led by a QB (and Coach) that, well, is anything but accustomed to it. Quite the opposite as a matter of fact, there's tons of history for both our QB and Coach showing that heartbreaking performances only serve to teach and motivate. Methinks Mr. Banks is drinking from the wrong kool-aid vat. Then again, I'm a blind, stinking homer.