Tomorrow, in every sports journal or newspaper in America, you will read how the Indianapolis Colts run of being an elite team in the NFL has come to an end. The obituary will be written that Peyton Manning is washed up and that Marvin Harrison is done.
The window is closed.
You know what I say to that? Baloney!
What you saw tonight was a Titans team, playing in their home stadium, that went up hard against a division opponent. The Colts came out on the short end.
Is it over for the Colts? No. Is it a guartantee that the Titans are going to the Super Bowl, like the sign I just read? That's laughable. There are still 9 games left in this season, and plenty of time for the Colts to win games, and make a run at the division. Even if they don't win the divivsion, it is still a close conference. Beat up on the AFC North and the Patriots, and whomever else may come our way, and lets see what happens.
Congratulations to the Tennessee Titans on a game well played. However, the season is not over yet.
For the Colts, I felt that the defense improved a lot and next week, Bob Sanders returns. I'm not overly excited about Joseph Addai's return, as I think that he is accident prone, and is not as explosive as he needs to be.
I still have a lot of hopes for the end of the season.
As to the game, we ran the ball well. We played better on defense. Tennessee was the better team, tonight.
Sunday Night, 8:15pm......New England @ The Luke.