The National Media doesn't understand the NFL

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  1. National Sports Advisors

    National Sports Advisors Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

    The Colts defense stuffs the Saints offense and guys like Peter King, Pete Prisco, and Tom Curran are salivating over the fast, improved Colts defense. Three things. #1, the NFC stinks. #2, the Saints are not a offensive juggernaut just because they had a top 3 offense last year. #3, stop the Reggie Bush is a "great" player crap. The guy is a rich man's Kevin Faulk. He's good, not great. The Colts defense still can't stop the run and are on their way to giving up 400 yards today. The Saint, meanwhile, are putting up a doughnut down in Tampa. Peter King should know better by now. He is the same clown who told everyone the Bears were on a different level than everyone else after 2 weeks of play last year. Let things settle in. The same applies to us with Randy Moss. I think he'll be great, but let's give it a few more games.
  2. patsox23

    patsox23 Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

    Yeah, those three games definitely seem to indicate something interesting. Gotta love the actual GAMES in this league, anyway.
  3. Bo0MeR

    Bo0MeR Banned

    Colts Rushing allowed today

    L. White- 15 carries for 64 yards
    C Brown - 12 carries for 34 yards
    V. Young 5 carries for 53 yards

    so lets see, ANOTHER runningback duo held to under 100 yards (okay I know they got 100 exactly but we'll round down for today) Vince young made some big running plays as expected but I don't see how this anyway indicated the Colts "Still" can't stop the run even though they've done it pretty consistently their last 6 games
  4. MrBigglesWorth

    MrBigglesWorth Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal

    #4. it's only week 2
  5. Bo0MeR

    Bo0MeR Banned

    100 % agree
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