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Feeling better now, Angeline?

by Paul C / November 1, 2009 7:08 PM PST

When I got back from Indy yesterday, I dared turn on the tube to the Titans game and noted that they won.

I expect that spirits are a tad higher down there this morning...

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I was almost worn out before the game started.
by Angeline Booher / November 1, 2009 10:36 PM PST

For a while I didn't think I could pull the Colts from the jaws of defeat. But I didn't give up!

You're welcome. Happy

It was time for a change, either in QBs or coach(s). Fisher has been there a long time. Also, Young could not operate under the same play plans as Collins- just different quarterback styles and talents. So a whole new set of plays would have to be drawn up for Young. It looked yesterday as if this had happened. To me, it looked like Young needed to know for sure where the receiver would be, while Collins could throw to where the receiver was supposed to be.

I also think it was past time for Young to grow up and earn the $$$$. he probably had been treated like an emperor through high school and college, and then it was "Welcome to the NFL"!

He has to make good on this chance or he loses value if it is decided he needs to be traded.

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Oh, so the Colts game was on there?
by Paul C / November 2, 2009 7:47 PM PST

I was at it, and I want whoever abducted Peyton Manning to return him NOW! Wink

I can't remember a game when Peyton was so off target on the long passes. The Colts' next three games are brutal: Houston (5-2? How did that happen?) here, New England here and at Baltimore, where the natives have nothing but warm feelings for the Colts; they think that burning the Colts at the stake is a great idea. Devil

As for Vince Young; we'll see. I was happy to see that the fans turned out and apparently filled the place.

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