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Re: Peter King on Peyton

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Posted: 2/9/2012 6:03 PM

Re: Peter King on Peyton 



keokuk wrote: "On radio King sees Peytonmoving on."

-- It's a risk to Peyton, but it's also a risk to Indy to be Peyton-less. Say what you will, the team looked bad without him. No one knows that Luck will work. And Manning has put them on the map.

I understand the reasons for not signing Peyton, but I have to think the fanbase is divided. With the string of firings, I guess the team has decided it's time to make a change. Certainly many recent events supports that concept. Still, Joe Fan can't like it. The pressure will be on Luck at some point. It could be a short honeymoon.

At any rate, it's an interesting team that bears watching. If only the Browns had Indy's problems!
SD:

We do , didn't you get the memo .

We don't have a QB either and need one worse than a Cowboy needs a Horse.


SoulDawg
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Posted: 2/9/2012 6:18 PM

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We don't have a QB either and need one worse than a Cowboy needs a Horse....

...if we wanna keep'a ridin?
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Posted: 2/10/2012 7:05 PM

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We don't have a QB either and need one worse than a Cowboy needs a Horse....

...if we wanna keep'a ridin? "

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If by "we" you mean the fans, then of course we want to keep "aridin'".

But the question arises: If Randy screwed up by hiring Holmgren and so Heckert, at what point does he as a purported fan decide that he's a bad team controller and that a change needs to be made?

The answer to that question hopefully never comes and the Lerner family can hold the Super Bowl trophy. But if it does, though it will happen in the future, it needs to be honestly examined and looked at and decided on.

I mean, if Randy is the fan that he's reported to be. And if The Trust gives him the freedom to make moves on his own.

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