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Broncos-Colts Live Blog, Second Half

By Christmas Ape | 903 comments

Once Peyton was done making stage waves to a sympathetic road crowd, it was time for football.

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Broncos-Colts Peyton Narrativekkake Live Blog, First Half

By Christmas Ape | 1,041 comments

The great thing about tonight is that the Colts are likely to be destroyed while half their fan base absolutely adores the entire experience because they're stuck in Manning Stockholm Syndrome.

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2013 KSK NFL Prekkake: Indianapolis Colts

By Christmas Ape | 88 comments

Last year: 11-5, lost in Wild Card round Acquisitions: Ahmad Bradshaw, Gosder Cherilus, Matt Hasselbeck, LaRon Landry, Bjorn Werner, Greg Toler Departures: Dwight Freeney, Donnie Avery, Austin Collie, Jerraud Powers, A.

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Jim Irsay Claims He Would Have Done A Better Job Protecting RGIII

By Christmas Ape | 24 comments

Anytime multiple franchise quarterbacks come out of the same draft class, it's assured they will be painstakingly compared to one another for the duration of their NFL careers.

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Colts-Ravens Live Blog, Second Half

By Christmas Ape | 972 comments

After the Ravens forced a quick end to the Colts' opening drive, Baltimore drove deep into Indianapolis territory, where Ray Rice fumbled and the Colts recovered.

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Colts-Ravens Live Blog, First Half

By Christmas Ape | 1,264 comments

Wild Card Saturday was a huge bust, so it's all up to Wild Card Sunday for redeeming the first round of the playoffs.

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The Best Moments From Week 11 Sunday

By Christmas Ape | 48 comments

I doubt anyone looks good cheering wildly for their favorite team, but this mongoloid in the J.

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The Few Not Bad Moments From Colts-Jaguars

By Christmas Ape | 20 comments

At the outset of the Thursday night live blog, commenter War Machine said, "Every off-season, I promise myself that I’ll watch football when I can, given that the time between seasons feels like an almost insurmountable expanse.

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