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2012-12-21 11:26:14 AM
Chuck roast.
 
2012-12-21 11:31:09 AM

Saborlas: Chuck roast.


Venison roast
 
2012-12-21 11:36:36 AM
'Chuck off' no longer relevant.
 
2012-12-21 11:40:43 AM
Nope, Chuck Testa.
 
2012-12-21 11:55:01 AM
Chuck, Luck. Luck, Chuck.
 
2012-12-21 12:29:37 PM
CHUCK SMASH!

\puny God....
 
2012-12-21 02:22:43 PM
Good for him.

I don't think anyone expected the Colts to make the playoffs this season.
 
2012-12-21 02:32:41 PM
Since the Colts have basically overachieved this year, what happens if they play worse now that he's back? Do you demote/fire him for having cancer? Do you ask him to get cancer again to re-motivate the guys?
 
2012-12-21 02:34:00 PM
Thought this was going to be about

Charlie Strong head coach of Louisville.

Leaving meh
 
2012-12-21 02:47:55 PM

Pfighting Polish: Since the Colts have basically overachieved this year, what happens if they play worse now that he's back? Do you demote/fire him for having cancer? Do you ask him to get cancer again to re-motivate the guys?


They've pretty much lost their inspiration so can go back to sucking out loud. Seriously. The Colts had a weak-assed schedule and won many games by just 1 possession. Also, luck is ridiculously overrated. Look at his Interception numbers.
 
2012-12-21 02:53:20 PM

HaywoodJablonski: Pfighting Polish: Since the Colts have basically overachieved this year, what happens if they play worse now that he's back? Do you demote/fire him for having cancer? Do you ask him to get cancer again to re-motivate the guys?

They've pretty much lost their inspiration so can go back to sucking out loud. Seriously. The Colts had a weak-assed schedule and won many games by just 1 possession. Also, luck is ridiculously overrated. Look at his Interception numbers.


sorry, too busy looking at the wins numbers.

/go colts
 
2012-12-21 03:00:49 PM

HaywoodJablonski: Pfighting Polish: Since the Colts have basically overachieved this year, what happens if they play worse now that he's back? Do you demote/fire him for having cancer? Do you ask him to get cancer again to re-motivate the guys?

They've pretty much lost their inspiration so can go back to sucking out loud. Seriously. The Colts had a weak-assed schedule and won many games by just 1 possession. Also, luck is ridiculously overrated. Look at his Interception numbers.


18

/It's a number
//Drew Brees has just as many
 
2012-12-21 03:13:22 PM

JolobinSmokin: Thought this was going to be about

Charlie Strong head coach of Louisville.

Leaving meh


Gee sorry, I think everyone else who knows anything about sports knew what this was about. But whatever.
 
2012-12-21 03:13:43 PM
Chuck Noll?

/aka "Ground Chuck"?
 
2012-12-21 03:16:19 PM

The Third Man: Chuck Noll?

/aka "Ground Chuck"?


Thought Chuck Knox was Ground Chuck?
 
2012-12-21 03:16:52 PM

HaywoodJablonski: Pfighting Polish: Since the Colts have basically overachieved this year, what happens if they play worse now that he's back? Do you demote/fire him for having cancer? Do you ask him to get cancer again to re-motivate the guys?

They've pretty much lost their inspiration so can go back to sucking out loud. Seriously. The Colts had a weak-assed schedule and won many games by just 1 possession. Also, luck is ridiculously overrated. Look at his Interception numbers.


Peyton manning rookie year : 28 ints.

Clearly that dude was overrated and should have no career.
 
2012-12-21 03:17:30 PM
Two buck Chuck.
 
2012-12-21 03:23:16 PM

dletter: JolobinSmokin: Thought this was going to be about

Charlie Strong head coach of Louisville.

Leaving meh

Gee sorry, I think everyone else who knows anything about sports knew what this was about. But whatever.


Haha, because a non-Kentucky resident who knows who Charlie strong is isn't a sports fan.

Riiiiggghhhtt
 
2012-12-21 03:32:08 PM
Crap. I thought the ICEMAN cometh again.
/damn
 
2012-12-21 03:39:06 PM
Up Chuck?
 
2012-12-21 03:41:38 PM
The cheerleaders are still bald, though.
 
2012-12-21 03:55:42 PM

JolobinSmokin: dletter: JolobinSmokin: Thought this was going to be about

Charlie Strong head coach of Louisville.

Leaving meh

Gee sorry, I think everyone else who knows anything about sports knew what this was about. But whatever.

Haha, because a non-Kentucky resident who knows who Charlie strong is isn't a sports fan.

Riiiiggghhhtt


No, just saying, the whole "Chuck Strong" this has been a pretty big world of sports story, but, I am in Indiana, so, maybe it's just been bigger here.... but, if you care about Louisville... um, that is right next to Indiana.

But, you may have just been trolling, so, I'll leave it alone now.
 
2012-12-21 04:16:04 PM

HaywoodJablonski: Pfighting Polish: Since the Colts have basically overachieved this year, what happens if they play worse now that he's back? Do you demote/fire him for having cancer? Do you ask him to get cancer again to re-motivate the guys?

They've pretty much lost their inspiration so can go back to sucking out loud. Seriously. The Colts had a weak-assed schedule and won many games by just 1 possession. Also, luck is ridiculously overrated. Look at his Interception numbers.


Peyton Manning had 28 his rookie year, and threw the ball less times, had a better line and a hall of fame running back. Your point?
 
2012-12-21 04:16:55 PM

dletter: JolobinSmokin: dletter: JolobinSmokin: Thought this was going to be about

Charlie Strong head coach of Louisville.

Leaving meh

Gee sorry, I think everyone else who knows anything about sports knew what this was about. But whatever.

Haha, because a non-Kentucky resident who knows who Charlie strong is isn't a sports fan.

Riiiiggghhhtt

No, just saying, the whole "Chuck Strong" this has been a pretty big world of sports story, but, I am in Indiana, so, maybe it's just been bigger here.... but, if you care about Louisville... um, that is right next to Indiana.

But, you may have just been trolling, so, I'll leave it alone now.



No, from Oklahoma, Sooner/Tulsa golden hurricane fan.

I know about Charlie strong from when everyone thought Louisville was coming to big 12 and he was up for a lot of coaching jobs in this area
 
2012-12-21 04:22:20 PM

JolobinSmokin: dletter: JolobinSmokin: dletter: JolobinSmokin: Thought this was going to be about

Charlie Strong head coach of Louisville.

Leaving meh

Gee sorry, I think everyone else who knows anything about sports knew what this was about. But whatever.

Haha, because a non-Kentucky resident who knows who Charlie strong is isn't a sports fan.

Riiiiggghhhtt

No, just saying, the whole "Chuck Strong" this has been a pretty big world of sports story, but, I am in Indiana, so, maybe it's just been bigger here.... but, if you care about Louisville... um, that is right next to Indiana.

But, you may have just been trolling, so, I'll leave it alone now.


No, from Oklahoma, Sooner/Tulsa golden hurricane fan.

I know about Charlie strong from when everyone thought Louisville was coming to big 12 and he was up for a lot of coaching jobs in this area


Just going to make an observation here, I might be right or wrong, but, it seems like there are more than a few College FB fans who are just CFB fans, and really barely pay attn to the NFL.  Not saying that is the case here with you, but, just thinking that might be the case.
 
2012-12-21 04:27:46 PM
Has there ever been a Ewing Theory season for a coach before?
 
2012-12-21 04:37:31 PM
My only hope is that Chuck will let a little of Arians' play calling rub off on him. The team was downright dreadful those first couple games of the year, though I think a lot of that can be attributed to the youth of the players.

dletter: there are more than a few College FB fans who are just CFB fans, and really barely pay attn to the NFL.


Um, yeah, it's called "the entire South".
 
2012-12-21 04:39:13 PM

dletter: JolobinSmokin: dletter: JolobinSmokin: dletter: JolobinSmokin: Thought this was going to be about

Charlie Strong head coach of Louisville.

Leaving meh

Gee sorry, I think everyone else who knows anything about sports knew what this was about. But whatever.

Haha, because a non-Kentucky resident who knows who Charlie strong is isn't a sports fan.

Riiiiggghhhtt

No, just saying, the whole "Chuck Strong" this has been a pretty big world of sports story, but, I am in Indiana, so, maybe it's just been bigger here.... but, if you care about Louisville... um, that is right next to Indiana.

But, you may have just been trolling, so, I'll leave it alone now.


No, from Oklahoma, Sooner/Tulsa golden hurricane fan.

I know about Charlie strong from when everyone thought Louisville was coming to big 12 and he was up for a lot of coaching jobs in this area

Just going to make an observation here, I might be right or wrong, but, it seems like there are more than a few College FB fans who are just CFB fans, and really barely pay attn to the NFL.  Not saying that is the case here with you, but, just thinking that might be the case.


You would be partially right, I pay attention to the Dallas cowboys because I'm a hostage to Oklahoma sports talk shows and TV, but a bears fan all the way. We also have to sift thru KC chiefs and St. Louis news for Sam Bradford, then we get all the Minnesota news for Adrian Peterson. By the time we get to tebow and the other stuff, I've turned it off.
 
2012-12-21 04:47:02 PM
I just want directions to the universe where Louisville football is in any way, shape, or form more relevant or interesting than the story of a head coach recovering from a debilitating disease to return to work for an NFL team in the thick of a playoff race. Sounds like an interesting place.

And I like CFB and normally couldn't care less for the Colts.
 
2012-12-21 04:52:20 PM
media1.gameinformer.com

Yo?
 
2012-12-21 04:58:22 PM

tnpir: Up Chuck?


Chuck Up.
 
2012-12-21 05:01:41 PM

Killer Cars: I just want directions to the universe where Louisville football is in any way, shape, or form more relevant or interesting than the story of a head coach recovering from a debilitating disease to return to work for an NFL team in the thick of a playoff race. Sounds like an interesting place.

And I like CFB and normally couldn't care less for the Colts.


Hop on I-40 and head to Oklahoma.

If it ain't Adrian Peterson/Sam Bradford, Thunder Basketball, or OU/OSU football, it didn't happen

Not saying it's right, just saying
 
2012-12-21 05:08:37 PM
Look, here's the deal with the Colts.

1. They lead the league in dead cap money this year by a large margin (+$37MM)
2. They have many Dungy/Tampa Two players playing in a hybrid-Ravens system and many of them are horribly out of position...e.g. Freeney, Mathis and almost every single LB
3. They have a rookie QB...who while brilliant in a very complex offensive scheme, still has rookie brain farts that are quite frankly expected..but virtually everyone with a clue sees him as a GREAT draft pick.
4. They have the highest amount of cap room of any team in the league next year by a large margin (estimated $38-$43MM)
5. They have overachieved this year by an amount that no Colts fan thought was imaginable...5-7 wins was hoped for, the playoffs is just flat out insanity that NO ONE saw coming
6. They will likely get just POUNDED in the playoffs as their defense is God awful and almost every AFC playoff team can put up some serious points against them
7. Can't wait to see this team turn into a well-balanced perennial playoff team for the next coming seasons ahead.

/Colts fan
//Completely and utterly blown away they have a "win and your in" scenario @ week 16
///Glad to see Coach Pagano back, seems like a good guy
 
2012-12-21 05:11:17 PM
i.imgur.com
 
2012-12-21 05:12:43 PM

Coach_J: 6. They will likely get just POUNDED in the playoffs as their defense is God awful and almost every AFC playoff team can put up some serious points against them


Meh, I could see them stealing one on the road against the Ravens in the first round. Now, at the Patriotts or the Broncos? Yeah, that would be an ass-raping of the highest degree.
 
2012-12-21 05:25:46 PM

Phil Ken Sebben: HaywoodJablonski: Pfighting Polish: Since the Colts have basically overachieved this year, what happens if they play worse now that he's back? Do you demote/fire him for having cancer? Do you ask him to get cancer again to re-motivate the guys?

They've pretty much lost their inspiration so can go back to sucking out loud. Seriously. The Colts had a weak-assed schedule and won many games by just 1 possession. Also, luck is ridiculously overrated. Look at his Interception numbers.

Peyton manning rookie year : 28 ints.

Clearly that dude was overrated and should have no career.


They were 3-13 that year
 
mjg
2012-12-21 05:42:12 PM
www.katonahmuseum.org
 
2012-12-21 05:53:41 PM

Killer Cars: I just want directions to the universe where Louisville football is in any way, shape, or form more relevant or interesting than the story of a head coach recovering from a debilitating disease to return to work for an NFL team in the thick of a playoff race. Sounds like an interesting place.

And I like CFB and normally couldn't care less for the Colts.


As Shaggy_C said... just go to a Red State.
 
2012-12-21 06:33:09 PM
Does Bruce Arians get a HC job somewhere after how he did this season?
 
2012-12-21 09:00:27 PM
Chuck Chuck bo buck banana fana fo...
 
2012-12-21 09:00:53 PM

HideAndGoFarkYourself: HaywoodJablonski: Pfighting Polish: Since the Colts have basically overachieved this year, what happens if they play worse now that he's back? Do you demote/fire him for having cancer? Do you ask him to get cancer again to re-motivate the guys?

They've pretty much lost their inspiration so can go back to sucking out loud. Seriously. The Colts had a weak-assed schedule and won many games by just 1 possession. Also, luck is ridiculously overrated. Look at his Interception numbers.

Peyton Manning had 28 his rookie year, and threw the ball less times, had a better line and a hall of fame running back. Your point?


They went 3-13 that year
 
2012-12-21 09:19:54 PM
Chuck shark. Our shark.
 
2012-12-21 09:24:52 PM

HaywoodJablonski: HideAndGoFarkYourself: HaywoodJablonski: Pfighting Polish: Since the Colts have basically overachieved this year, what happens if they play worse now that he's back? Do you demote/fire him for having cancer? Do you ask him to get cancer again to re-motivate the guys?

They've pretty much lost their inspiration so can go back to sucking out loud. Seriously. The Colts had a weak-assed schedule and won many games by just 1 possession. Also, luck is ridiculously overrated. Look at his Interception numbers.

Peyton Manning had 28 his rookie year, and threw the ball less times, had a better line and a hall of fame running back. Your point?

They went 3-13 that year


I fail to see how that fact backs up your previous point. Are you saying Andrew Luck is overrated because he's won more games in his rookie season than Peyton Manning?
 
2012-12-21 10:02:43 PM

HaywoodJablonski: HideAndGoFarkYourself: HaywoodJablonski: Pfighting Polish: Since the Colts have basically overachieved this year, what happens if they play worse now that he's back? Do you demote/fire him for having cancer? Do you ask him to get cancer again to re-motivate the guys?

They've pretty much lost their inspiration so can go back to sucking out loud. Seriously. The Colts had a weak-assed schedule and won many games by just 1 possession. Also, luck is ridiculously overrated. Look at his Interception numbers.

Peyton Manning had 28 his rookie year, and threw the ball less times, had a better line and a hall of fame running back. Your point?

They went 3-13 that year


Luck has won more games, with a worse team and thrown fewer interceptions than Manning.

I fail to see your point right now...
 
2012-12-21 10:05:03 PM

Pfighting Polish: Since the Colts have basically overachieved this year, what happens if they play worse now that he's back? Do you demote/fire him for having cancer?


...worked for the 49ers.
 
2012-12-21 10:09:23 PM

IlGreven: Pfighting Polish: Since the Colts have basically overachieved this year, what happens if they play worse now that he's back? Do you demote/fire him for having cancer?

...worked for the 49ers.


Also worked for the Patriots back in '01.
 
2012-12-21 10:36:28 PM

Neondistraction: HaywoodJablonski: HideAndGoFarkYourself: HaywoodJablonski: Pfighting Polish: Since the Colts have basically overachieved this year, what happens if they play worse now that he's back? Do you demote/fire him for having cancer? Do you ask him to get cancer again to re-motivate the guys?

They've pretty much lost their inspiration so can go back to sucking out loud. Seriously. The Colts had a weak-assed schedule and won many games by just 1 possession. Also, luck is ridiculously overrated. Look at his Interception numbers.

Peyton Manning had 28 his rookie year, and threw the ball less times, had a better line and a hall of fame running back. Your point?

They went 3-13 that year

I fail to see how that fact backs up your previous point. Are you saying Andrew Luck is overrated because he's won more games in his rookie season than Peyton Manning?


I'm saying the Colts have won in spite of Luck
 
2012-12-21 11:06:14 PM

HaywoodJablonski: Neondistraction: HaywoodJablonski: HideAndGoFarkYourself: HaywoodJablonski: Pfighting Polish: Since the Colts have basically overachieved this year, what happens if they play worse now that he's back? Do you demote/fire him for having cancer? Do you ask him to get cancer again to re-motivate the guys?

They've pretty much lost their inspiration so can go back to sucking out loud. Seriously. The Colts had a weak-assed schedule and won many games by just 1 possession. Also, luck is ridiculously overrated. Look at his Interception numbers.

Peyton Manning had 28 his rookie year, and threw the ball less times, had a better line and a hall of fame running back. Your point?

They went 3-13 that year

I fail to see how that fact backs up your previous point. Are you saying Andrew Luck is overrated because he's won more games in his rookie season than Peyton Manning?

I'm saying the Colts have won in spite of Luck


So who on that team has been pulling out the wins, then? Their 21st ranked rushing attack? It sure as hell hasn't been their defense bailing them out. Sure, many times Luck has bailed them out of holes that he put them in, but he's played very well in the clutch with the exception of the New England game. Yeah, he makes mistakes sometimes, and his completion percentage certainly could use some improvement. He's a rookie taking an entire offense on his shoulders, that's going to happen. He's thrown 18 interceptions, but he's also thrown 20 touchdowns. All while throwing the ball more times than all but 4 other QBs in the entire league, and all while behind a patchwork offensive line that has been downright awful at times.
 
2012-12-21 11:18:36 PM

HaywoodJablonski: Neondistraction: HaywoodJablonski: HideAndGoFarkYourself: HaywoodJablonski: Pfighting Polish: Since the Colts have basically overachieved this year, what happens if they play worse now that he's back? Do you demote/fire him for having cancer? Do you ask him to get cancer again to re-motivate the guys?

They've pretty much lost their inspiration so can go back to sucking out loud. Seriously. The Colts had a weak-assed schedule and won many games by just 1 possession. Also, luck is ridiculously overrated. Look at his Interception numbers.

Peyton Manning had 28 his rookie year, and threw the ball less times, had a better line and a hall of fame running back. Your point?

They went 3-13 that year

I fail to see how that fact backs up your previous point. Are you saying Andrew Luck is overrated because he's won more games in his rookie season than Peyton Manning?

I'm saying the Colts have won in spite of Luck


Just think. If they'd started Drew Stanton they would probably have won the AFC South!
 
2012-12-22 01:34:05 AM

HaywoodJablonski: Neondistraction: HaywoodJablonski: HideAndGoFarkYourself: HaywoodJablonski: Pfighting Polish: Since the Colts have basically overachieved this year, what happens if they play worse now that he's back? Do you demote/fire him for having cancer? Do you ask him to get cancer again to re-motivate the guys?

They've pretty much lost their inspiration so can go back to sucking out loud. Seriously. The Colts had a weak-assed schedule and won many games by just 1 possession. Also, luck is ridiculously overrated. Look at his Interception numbers.

Peyton Manning had 28 his rookie year, and threw the ball less times, had a better line and a hall of fame running back. Your point?

They went 3-13 that year

I fail to see how that fact backs up your previous point. Are you saying Andrew Luck is overrated because he's won more games in his rookie season than Peyton Manning?

I'm saying the Colts have won in spite of Luck


Then you are a flat out moron.
 
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