Is a repeat out of the question for Peyton and the Colts in 07/08?

Peyton Manning, 02/04/07 It seems like it was only yesterday when Peyton Manning hoisted the Vincent Lombardi trophy for the first time of his career. You could see in his eyes that he knew he got the monkey off his back, but at the same time, he would have to win a few more to certify himself as a true legend in the NFL.

Marvin Harrison

Peyton had received a ton of criticism for getting so much credit throughout his career without finishing off the task. Most people have the mindset that it doesn’t matter how many yards or touchdowns you throw for if you’re not gonna bring it home. This may be true, but at the same time people don’t realize the relationship, comfort and perfection Peyton Manning has established with all of his teammates, especially his receiving core like Dallas Clark, Reggie Wayne and especially Marvin Harrison. Though this could prove harmful to many teams without depth at the receiving area via the double coverage, Peyton and the Colts offense have so many weapons that it is sure to be a non factor for them.

Tom Brady

That is where the Colts differ from teams like the Patriots. Most people think that New England is going to blow out the league (which very well could happen) , but Tom Brady is having to work with 3 receivers that he has never worked with, which could prove costly.

Joseph AddaiThe Colts know that they are strongly fortunate for winning Superbowl XLI as a repeat in 2007 will require consistency on offence, young players to step up, and the mentality/confidence in each other that they can do it with all holes left in the Defense.

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2 Responses to “Is a repeat out of the question for Peyton and the Colts in 07/08?”


  1. 1 coollikeme September 10, 2007 at 6:11 pm

    Can the Jets have some colt players

  2. 2 coltsallday September 11, 2007 at 10:21 pm

    Don’t worry about it .. the Jets will beat the Pats in their next meeting 😛


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