Indianapolis Colts’ First Loss Was Seen from a Mile Away

Posted: 28th December 2009 by Nick Mordowanec in NFL
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When the New Orleans Saints were defeated by the Dallas Cowboys over a week ago, the path was set for the Indianapolis Colts to complete the third undefeated regular season in NFL history. á After all, the Colts had defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars just two days earlier in what many thought was the ColtsÆ toughest remaining game. With games left against the New York Jets and the Buffalo Bills, perfection was on the doorstep, and one of the best seasons ever was about to come to fruition. á If only Colts head coach Jim Caldwell had received the memo. á With the Colts on top of the Jets at halftime, faces on Colts fans became somewhat convoluted. It was, of course, practically expected that the Colts would rest their starters down the stretch; Tony Dungy did it in 2005 and his predecess ...

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