Two seasons ago, the Indianapolis Colts were competing for the best record in the NFL, the coveted perfect record. However, they
tanked it in the end. This season, they are competing for the worst record in the NFL, and they’ve tanked the season in the middle of it. What can be said by last nights performance? Horrendous? Atrocious? Egregious? despicable comes to mind.
The New Orleans Saints came into play, possibly hoping despite playing a decapitated team, the Colts would do the same. But the Colts were only there in body, not spirit.
Of course, us Colts fans are not used to seeing the Colts
lose getting their asses handed to them, and every team loses, but by fifty-five points?! And how in the hell does a quarterback throw thirty-five passes and completes thirty-one of them? It’s plain to see the Colts gave up last night (example: the benching of Curtis Painter), and possibly for the rest of the season.
But let’s get one thing straight; it is not all Curtis Painter’s fault. It’s the offense’s fault. It’s the defense’s fault. And it’s the coaching staff’s fault.
I think I agree with Tony Dungy when he commented on the Atlanta Falcons coming to Indy in a couple of weeks when he said, “and it looks like they’ll win that one, too.”
ATTENTION ALL COLTS FANS…ATTENTION ALL COLTS FANS…GRAB HOLD AND HANG ON!…IT’S GOING TO BE A LONG WINTER!