Let me first make one thing clear - I AM NOT COMPLAINING here. I think it's funny. Okay? Last night during one (continually repeated) segment on Pats-colts Super Bowl 41 1/2, they did the usual - one report from Indy on the Colts, then one report from Foxboro "on" the Pats. So I watch the first one, no problem - I don't hate the Colts so much, they're a good team. I think Polian's a tool and I don't like Dungy for his sanctimony and rampant homophobia, but whatever, no problem. Ed Werder signs off, sends it over to...Wendy Nix (or something)? She then goes on to file her report from Foxboro - several locker room clips/quotes from Rosey and Faulk, which are...all about the Colts, what they do, how good they are. The report is supplemented by - yep-you-guessed-it - footage of the Colts scoring touchdowns. Against the Pats. It reminded me of that "joke"/phrase, "But enough about me, what do YOU think about me?" Can't wait for Sunday night. We are going to KICK THEIR TEETH IN and leave everyone at ESPN as close to speechless as they ever get. No one in the media seems to connect the dots of the fact that this kind of Colt-love happened CONSTANTLY in 2003 and 2004. "The Colts have yet to punt!" "The Pats secondary is shot!" "Richard Seymour will not play!" Yeah yeah, whatever. WE'LL GO WIN ANYWAY NOW, dipsticks. Ha ha.