Warhawk wrote:moonhead wrote:mysticphysh wrote:All the "experts" were saying that Pittsburgh would be Indy's great test after they beat Cincy. Then they said JAX would be Indy's next great test (JAX did give them a run there at the end). They're just setting up Indy to lose and if they do lose, the "experts" can say I told you so.
That being said, in my "expert" opinion, I think SD and Seattle have a chance at beating them. Cincy already proved if you're high-powered enough, you can hang with Indy and both SD and Seattle are high-powered....and at least Seattle has a better D then Cincy.
st. louis was hanging tough with the colts too before bulger went down.
*points out that Bulger went down trying to make a tackle on a interception HE threw*
Also, the 17-0 was a deceiving score. Only the first drive was a real quality drive by the Rams. Then the Colts muffed the kickoff return, but they stopped the Rams at the 1 yard line and forced a FG, which was a nice defensive stand. Then the next Rams score was because of completely blown coverage. It was really a nutty series of events. The Rams managed 3 scores vs. only 1 Colts possesion.
oh did bulger throw that int? i thought it was an end around pass to bulger.
regardless of how the rams scored, it happened. the rams were in that game.
i'm not trying to discredit the colts, i was just simply stating that the rams were playing with them...since people were talking about games where people played with the colts.
and i understand, you're simply stating that it was a fluke, freak deal that the rams scored that much.