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Next yr schedule if the Colts win..

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  1. Sean Pa Patriot

    Sean Pa Patriot Rookie

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    #12 Jersey

    Count on the Pats at Colts the opening thursday nite.. If the bears win, maybee SD at NE on sunday nite.. All I know is we have short training camp , since we are on the slow boat to China..
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    I think NBC will save Pats-Colts 'til mid or late season. Why show the season's best matchup in the first week? Looking at their opponents, Denver at Indy would be a good Thursday Night opener.

    If the Bears win expect them to host either Dallas or NY Giants.
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    kraft has sufficient pull to help some tweking out the schedule considering the whole china deal IMO
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    Colts already won it all.............the Super Bowl was played this past Sunday.
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    I agree. The Pats will open in Indy on the Thursday night. I also predict the Charger game will be a Sunday Night game at Foxboro.
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    I agree with you here.That game was the Super Bowl IMO.
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    I'm fairly sure the NFL has said they don't want a game with likely playoff implications for the opening game of the season. Besides which, Colts-Pats is one of the big draws on the NFL calendar right now (since it's basically guaranteed to happen every #)#@$ing year until somebody knocks the Colts off their perch in the AFC South), so why waste that in September?

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