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Magic Gone for Indy

October 28, 2008 by MadisonMadnuff 

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In watching the Colts play on Monday it is official that they are not the same team that they used to be.  After being the dominant team in the league for 5 years they are on the down turn.   Usually Peyton finds a way to win games like the one played on Monday night.  He calls some of his assistants to help him conjure up some magic and lead his team to victory.   This time they started off with a view tricks that impressed the crowd, but then, yes my friends the magic died.   Peyton reached into his hat but came out with nothing, no help from his supporting cast no nothing.  He was on stage by himself the second act of the show and it showed, Peyton is still the same he can still read the defense and make the throws, but his assistants not so much.   The Colts need to go back to the drawing board and figure out what they need to do change the way they are playing, it starts with figuring out a way to bring back the magic.   I suggest a call to David Blaine.

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2 Responses to “Magic Gone for Indy”

  1. CapPicard on October 29th, 2008 7:41 pm

    Colts kick butt, I don’t know what the heck your problem is. It’s like saying R2D2 is not the best pet out there…

  2. The Knowledgable one on October 30th, 2008 1:55 pm

    Peyton Manning doesn’t care about winning games
    Does he have a superbowl ring?
    Does he have an MVP year?
    Does he have an ass load of records?
    Is he going to go to the hall of fame no matter what?
    Does he have an endless amount of commercials and sponsorships?
    Does he have a bright future as an analyst and writer?

    He doesn’t need to win games anymore, he’s just going through the motions.

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