Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by ChadJacksonFan, Jan 14, 2007.
The Colts have an extra days' rest than the pats becuase they played saturday.
The Pats have a much longer flight home than the Colts.
I hope Rodney is back next week.
I don't know if any Colts are dinged up.... any of their corners injured?
The pats rb's should be fresh due to limited carries.
I think the Pats should play two deep safeties like the ravens did. I think they will.
I think the pats are a much better passing team now than the first time they played and will be able to run the ball next week versus this week.
Tom Brady needs to be sharp and can't throw picks.
I jsut wonder the emotional and physical toll of this game. Luckily both teams played in the wild card round.
It really doesn't matter that much if he's back or not. Sanders and Hawkins are doing fine.
True, but Rodney is always beneficial with his intensity and knowledge if he can play.
so basically they're saying it's an even game, considering the home field advantage is the 3 points.
Hey, I like being the underdog. We were a big one today. I tell you what, if the Colts with Peyton lose to us again this time, at their place, and being the "favorite", I would imagine there will be a lot of questioning from not only the Indy media, but national media in regards to Peyton being an "elite" QB in the NFL. You think Dungy and Manning aren't feeling some pressure to win this time?
Did Chad Jackson even see the field today? Geez.
here's who didn't play the first colts go around per reiss:
November 05, 2006
Inactive players for the Colts for tonight's game:
DB T.J. Rushing
DB Matt Giordano
TE Jerome Collins
LB Keith O'Neil
G Matt Ulrich
WR Brandon Stokley
DT Montae Reagor
LB Rob Morris
Posted By: mreiss | Time: 07:08:40 PM | E-mail to a friend | Link
November 05, 2006
Inactives for the Patriots tonight:
S Eugene Wilson
TE Garrett Mills
OLB Pierre Woods
G Stephen Neal
G/C Russ Hochstein
TE Daniel Graham
DL Le Kevin Smith
DL Marquise Hill
ILB Corey Mays has been activated from the practice squad, and will dress tonight. He'll wear No. 46.
Remember too that Rodney went down on like the 3rd play, and we had to use a fill-in safety who was cold off the bench with little game experience in the previous weeks.
that's a smart spread. From what I can see, it's the spread that Vegas puts up when it thinks a game is Pick-em except for the Home Field Advantage, assuming it's worth a field goal.
Should be an intersting week. I would think by at least Thursday (maybe Friday) the media will have lined up behind the Colts and will be pushing the "there's no way they can beat the Colts" mantra down everyone's throats.
In other words, business as usual.
Hope they do a good job building up Indy's defense this week. If the hype generated yesterday's win over the punchless Ravens is any indication, the Colts D will be the greatest D ever to lace up cleats by Wednesday.
Exactly. The game is a pickem except for home field advantage, which may or not be worth anything against a QB who has never lost in a dome.
How could we be an underdog at home to the Colts in 2005's divisional playoffs after a 14-2 season and after winning 20 odd games in a row?
Great the motivation for the Pats players has already begun and they haven't landed yet.
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