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Colts Influence
Sunday, 2 December 2007
Jags try nevertheless come up short, Colts WIN
Mood:  flirty

The Indianapolis Colts are on the verge of their fifth straight AFC South title as Peyton threw four touchdown passes beating once again The Jacksonville Jaguars in a 28-25 victory Sunday and take a two-game lead with four games to go.


I hope your prevision of an undefeated season is worth it while in the end The Colts become victorious in The AFC Championship . . .


Just had to add that in there!


I must also add, HEY YOU TWELTH MAN out there, GREAT JOB! You guys were loud and proud! Jags had 4 false start penalties called on them; three were in the first quarter. One on their first drive and two on their second drive. Their third one really is pissy as Kelvin Hayden had intercepted the pass yet was wiped clear because of the false start on Jags. Lucky bastards.

 The first quarter was a real hoot as red flags were being bounced back and forth. On a play where Robert Mathis got around Khalif Barnes and forced the fumble; Officials ruled that Jags had recovered the ball when in fact was recovered by Colts; Raheem Brock and was actually down at the time before trying to get up and run with the ball as it came loose and was recovered by Jags. Tony threw the red flag challenging that they recovered the fumble and the play was REVERSED. Jags Coach, Jack Del Rio attempted to in turn throw his red flag, yet there was nothing to challenge. This gave the Colts the opportunity to put a score on the board first as Manning hit Dallas Clark as he beat Clint Ingram into the endzone for the touchdown. 

Later in the first quarter on a Colts 3rd and 10; Manning fires to Ben Utecht for the first down at the Jaguars 42, but Jags coach Jack Del Rio is upset. He's throwing the red flag for the challenge. Del Rio is challenging where Utecht was spotted. Del Rio got his adjustment and in return wasted a timeout for as the Officials made corrections to the spot of the ball, they brought out the chains to in turn flash the palm of his hand towards Colts end zone – FIRST DOWN, COLTS!


Two plays later, Manning fires one to Utecht who in turn fumbles and is recovered by Jags. Dungy tossed the ol’ red flag challenging if it was a complete pass, Tony won and Colts keep the ball. Next play was a 48 yard touchdown pass to Reggie Wayne!


Manning, who was 19-of-28 for 288 yards and now has 23 TD passes for the season, tying him with Dan Marino as the only quarterbacks to throw more than 20 in each of their first 10 NFL seasons.

Posted by ia3/colts at 4:57 PM
Updated: Sunday, 2 December 2007 5:02 PM
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