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we witnessed on of the great games in Colts history. For years, we’ll
remember the night when we saw Manning at the absolute peak of his
powers. His reward? A nice relaxing trip to the bench. That’s right,
it’s December and the Titans are in town, so it must mean that it’s
Sorgi time. This week watch for:
1. At least 100 yards.
Peyton needs 93 for 4000. Don’t think he doesn’t know exactly what he
needs. It’s a good bet he throws for a couple of scores too. If the
Colts get in tight on the goal line, watch for passes. Peyton knows he
can seal up a third MVP award with even a ‘modest’ quarter or half.
2. Don’t watch for sacks in the first quarter. These two teams feature the lowest “adjusted sack rates”
in the NFL. On one hand the Titans have a bruising line that keeps
their QB clean. On the Colts side, they have Peyton Manning. Once he
leaves the game, watch for Sorgi to go down often.
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You know your team sucks when:
They had three possible OF options (Hariston Jr, Baldelli, and Taveras) and the invariably sign the most useless of the three. Awesome. Taveras is a glorified pinch runner who could barely post a .300 OB% in Coors freaking Field. I know the other two were massive injury risks, but I’d rather have a guy who might be good when healthy than a guy I know will play every day and suck. Why not just resign Corey Patterson? Ugh.