Watching the Colts game yesterday I thoroughly enjoyed watching their season fall short of undefeated, but one black spot shrouded the laughter. Indy's back-up Quarterback Curtis Painter was booed on and off the field. The look in Painter's eyes showed that he was clearly very depressed and I could not help but feel compassion for his situation. Anyone who has played sports at any level above Youth League knows how it feels to be booed, but Painter's situation was worse. He was blamed for the end of the Colts' undefeated season. Of course, Painter's play was terrible, even laughably poor. But he was playing with every other back-up in the game as well, and I dare say that Manning would not fair so well with his All-Star line and Receiving corps sitting on the bench either. I know that, in Curtis Painter's situation, I would of said "Hell with this. Send somebody else out there Caldwell."