If you're crazy for the Colts, I can understand if you feel cheated. At least on paper the odds were in your favor to see your team run the table in the regular season. When the first string offense was in, it looked as though the Colts would at least hold on to defeat the Jets, and then push over a patsy team like the Bills next week. However, when the second stringers came in, everything unraveled. Rookie Curtis Painter visibly struggled, completing only 11 passes for 44 yards and turning the ball over twice. In short, the Jets stout defense had a field day with him. So you still think you got cheated out of a perfect season? Why don't we look at this from the Colts perspective? The answer as to why Jim Caldwell did what he did is quite simple really. He had nothing left to prove The Col ...
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