Posted: 2/3/2014 3:51 PM
If you ain't the lead dog . . . don't complain about the view . . .
Posted: 2/3/2014 8:47 PM
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thanksart wrote: Agree. I will always hold a grudge against Elwuss. Similarly my feelings towards Indy make it hard for me to be a Manning fan.
Posted: 2/4/2014 12:06 AM
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Redstuff wrote: IMO, the resentment for Elway is misplaced. His problem was not with he City of Baltimore. He didn't want to play for Irsay. I don't blame him for trying to avoid that. Not only did Irsay make a mess of the Colts. Big Bob was a drunk and a liar from the day he bought the team.
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ShookOnes52 wrote: You old-school posters need to get over this colts thing.
Posted: 2/4/2014 9:22 AM
ShookOnes52 wrote: You old-school posters need to get over this colts thing. Especially Elway. Irsay could have drafted Marino, and didn't.
Posted: 2/4/2014 9:29 AM
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ShookOnes52 wrote: No I was alive, I'm 35. The Colts left when I was six. I just don't give a ****.
Last edited 2/4/2014 9:39 AM by ravmaniac
Posted: 2/4/2014 9:41 AM
ravmaniac wrote: ShookOnes52 wrote: No I was alive, I'm 35. The Colts left when I was six. I just don't give a ****. So don't tell those of us who grew up on the Colts, lived and died every fall Sunday with the Colts, to get over it. Because you were barely out of diapers when they left to understand what the franchise ment to us "old schoolers" before Irsay destroyed it..I remember losing to the Jets, I remember beating the Cowboys. I remember ghost to the post, th eplane crash in the stands. I watched Unitas, Matte, Jones, Carr and Mitchell. Curtis, Bubba and Laird. I still have my "It's payday Elway" hat from that game when I sat with 4 of my bufddies in the center field stands in the blazing heat screaming at that wuss.I was getting ready for work when the TV reports were coming in about moving vans at the Colts complex. I remember walking into work that morning, normally a busy loud environment and it was dead silent except for the TV. I remember 12 years of no football team to call my own.I remember taking my Dad to the first Ravens Colts game and watching him tear up because his beloved Colts were now the enemy.And if not for the Colts leaving you would have a great franchise to cheer for today..So don't EVER tell me to get over it !!
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TheOrioleWay wrote: Ditto, ravmaniac. Nice post, you got there before I did.Regardless of age, this clown's posts are among the most ignorant ever posted on this site.
Posted: 2/4/2014 10:32 AM
ravmaniac wrote: TheOrioleWay wrote: Ditto, ravmaniac. Nice post, you got there before I did.Regardless of age, this clown's posts are among the most ignorant ever posted on this site. They don't know, they just don't know. The Colts meant everything to this city.They didn't call Memorial stadium the world largest outdoor insane asylum for no reason.And for the record, born, raised and still live in Baltimore. I've seen the Colts win Championships and I've seen the Orioles win championships. And I've watched both decimated by azzhole owners..
Posted: 2/4/2014 11:58 AM
"Got a cover of Sports Illustrated..it says the Titans are the best team in football...maybe they are...but not today" Brian Billick
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