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  • #16
    Originally posted by Roddoliver View Post
    I will never agree with this argument because you can't downgrade Tom Brady because of the Colts' ineptitude to add good depth at quarterback. It just does not make any sense.

    The Patriots always keep searching for a good quarterback behind Tom Brady. Matt Cassel became a Pro Bowl quarterback. Ryan Mallett was one of the most talented quarterbacks in the 2011 draft.

    Now look at the Colts. They don't have any talent at quarterback besides Peyton Manning. They kept a mediocre quarterback like Jim Sorgi for 6 years. That's a clear message. "We don't care about our backup quarterback."

    When the Patriots could not get results from Kevin O'Connell, they quickly released him and kept searching for better depth. The Colts, on the other hand, want to keep Curtis Painter behind Peyton Manning. Oh, and Dan Orlovski. Are you kidding me? Why can't the Colts draft a good young quarterback?

    Peyton Manning looks good in the regular season, but I think his performance goes down in the playoffs. Tom Brady won 3 Super Bowls as a young quarterback leading an offense without starts like Marvin Harrison, Reggie Wayne and Dallas Clark.

    Brady plays better when it matters the most. And he currently has the NFL record for consecutive passes without an interception. The Patriots take care of their depth at quarterback. The Colts don't. That's not Tom Brady's fault. I am sure Jim Sorgi and Curtis Painter would look horrible in New England as well.



    Can you specify the Patriots system? And the Colts system? And why one is easier than the other?
    100% agree with this ...Brady is just simply better and this last year he really separated himself and I believe will continue to do so...also, damnnnn do the Pats look sharp this year

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    • #17
      Their are growing concerns Manning will not be ready for the start of the season and the backups they have are not ready for the task.I think the Colts might be on the verge of trading for a QB or signing one soon.Manning could be out the first 6 games of the season if he is put on pup list.


      http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...ithout-peyton/

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      • #18
        Originally posted by nic.zeman24 View Post
        The Colts Offense is absolutely nothing without him.

        I think that is what separates him from Tom Brady. When Brady went down they still went 11-5 and When Manning cant play the Colts cant even put a point on the board
        How do you know? Considering Manning has never missed a regular season game before, we have no idea how the Colts would do without him. Its all speculation.

        Almost an identical team that went 18-1 the year before went 11-5 and missed the playoffs without Brady, their offense was noticeably worse. The Colts are complete stacked on the offensive side of the ball(They use most of their draft picks on top tier offensive players for manning). I could see the Colts going 7-9 or 8-8, with the same team minus Peyton Manning.

        The real question is, how would Manning look if he played on a team like the Raiders or Panthers without having high round picks sound him on offense.
        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7yMdVHruUfI

        Travis Henry, single handedly taking the class out of our organization.

        Bowlen, you gutless drunk!

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        • #19
          I seen Mannings Neck on the sideline of the last preseason game and he looked bad.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Elway=Goat View Post
            How do you know? Considering Manning has never missed a regular season game before, we have no idea how the Colts would do without him. Its all speculation.

            Almost an identical team that went 18-1 the year before went 11-5 and missed the playoffs without Brady, their offense was noticeably worse. The Colts are complete stacked on the offensive side of the ball(They use most of their draft picks on top tier offensive players for manning). I could see the Colts going 7-9 or 8-8, with the same team minus Peyton Manning.

            The real question is, how would Manning look if he played on a team like the Raiders or Panthers without having high round picks sound him on offense.
            I have to watch 16 Colts games a week. Trust me that team isn't even half the team it could be without Manning.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Elway=Goat View Post
              How do you know? Considering Manning has never missed a regular season game before, we have no idea how the Colts would do without him. Its all speculation.

              Almost an identical team that went 18-1 the year before went 11-5 and missed the playoffs without Brady, their offense was noticeably worse. The Colts are complete stacked on the offensive side of the ball(They use most of their draft picks on top tier offensive players for manning). I could see the Colts going 7-9 or 8-8, with the same team minus Peyton Manning.

              The real question is, how would Manning look if he played on a team like the Raiders or Panthers without having high round picks sound him on offense.
              Did you watch their pre-season games?

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