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Oh man! You think you're ready for Pats versus Colts on Sunday night? Wait until you watch this video. You'll be ready to run through a wall!
So, on Friday I learned that Colt's fans started a GoFundMe campaign to hire a blimp company to fly a 150 foot blimp around Indianapolis on October 18th (Pats-Colts game) to taunt Brady and the Pats. Despite raising the money and having a blimp company ready to go, it ain't gonna happen.
So, Colts and Pats face each other in Indy on October 18th. Colts fans are still talking 'deflategate,' and are still crying about being demolished 43-22 in the AFC Championship game. These foolish fans plan on taunting Brady and the Pats with a blimp.
By now I am certain you have heard of 'deflate-gate.' The NFL is investigating the possibility that the Pats purposely used under-inflated footballs to gain some sort of advantage. Here at the Shark, we take accusations like this against our beloved Patriots quite seriously, so we deflated 'deflate-gate.'
And here we go again. Just after the Patriots crushed the Colts 45-7 to win the AFC Championship, Bob Kravitz of WTHR Indianapolis, tweeted that the NFL is investigating the possibility that New England deflated footballs.
With just five days until they meet in the AFC Championship Game, Indianapolis Colts Quarterback Andrew Luck must be asking himself if he can really beat Tom Brady and the New England Patriots pull off what would be one of the biggest upsets in NFL playoff history...
This video will get you pumped, jacked and ready for Sunday's showdown with the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC Championship game. From the loss in Miami to the big win against the Broncos, this video takes you through all of the ups and downs of the season and is highlighted by quotes from the media, and players.
The Patriots beat the Colts 43-22 Saturday night by running the ball a lot more than they passed it. (How's that for analysis?). The Patriots have now been to 8 AFC Championship Games in the Brady/Belichick era, and three in a row. Here are some highlights from the game.