Back tracking

The plethora of “Oh wow. These Colts are better than last year!” articles continue. Whereas local guys from the Star weren’t really surprised, some of the national yahoos act shocked. Adam Schein of Foxsports isn’t the sharpest tool in the shed (watch one of his video pieces sometime…ouch), but he has had the good sense to retract his earlier feeling that the Colts would regress due to (snicker, snicker) losses on the defensive side of the ball.

In examining power rankings around the web, two things jump out. 1. Everyone knows that this season is about the Colts and Pats. and 2. most sites have ALL FOUR AFC South teams in the top 10 or so. Yeowch. It really is good to get those two road wins under our belt early…

Demond Sanders: It’s all happening just the way that Colts fans knew it would. It’s a funny thing about NFL analysts. You would think that the quality of coverage would be at its all time high based on the sheer number of people dedicated to breaking down the league. But instead quite the opposite is occurring. Sure, there are a few standout NFL writers like there always has been, but for the most part the coverage seems dumbed down. Like all the fake experts just go from website to website reading and recycling what other fake experts are saying.

Missing Mike Doss? Please this is the defending Super Bowl Champions we are talking about. I can understand if the national writers swing and miss on a perennially irrelevant team like the Jaguars or Lions, but this Colts team has been relevant for ten years now. So do a little research.

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