Gift For Jets To Enjoy

Posted: 27th December 2009 by Leslie Monteiro in NFL
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Count this columnist as surprised to see what took place. He figured the Colts would play all their starters in an attempt to go undefeated, but when an unhappy Peyton Manning stood in the sideline for most of the second half, it was a sign the Colts gave up. It's hard to believe this is Jim Caldwell's call. Coaches like to win every game while executives seek to protect their players from injuries in games that mean nothing to their team. Understandably, the audience at Lucas Oil Stadium booed the decision by the Colts. The Jets hided their glee well by acting indifferent about Curtis Painter's presence at quarterback. Painter predictably struggled to the point he made Kellen Clemens' critics appreciate what Clemens does.á The Jets created turnovers off the Colts backup quarterback, and ...

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