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These Colts Can't Run

Tony Kornheiser

The Colts don't appear to be able to run at all. That's not a good sign.

By Tony Kornheiser |  February 4, 2007; 7:01 PM ET  | Category:  Tony Kornheiser
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NOBODY looks like they can run today (except the guy with the kickoff return). They're all pretty good at slip'n'slide though.

Posted by: Leanne | February 4, 2007 07:04 PM

Rain + great hitting = fumble city

Posted by: Nate in the PDX | February 4, 2007 07:05 PM

Leanne, Thomas Jones is running all over the Colts' line!

Posted by: Phil | February 4, 2007 07:05 PM

What was the Over/Under on number of fumbles?

Posted by: David Vair | February 4, 2007 07:06 PM

If the Colts figure this out and get into some kind of an offensive rhythm... da Bearse will be in trouble... but who knows...

Posted by: Nate in the PDX | February 4, 2007 07:06 PM

These Colts are coming up as lame as Bar...nah, that's too tasteless.

Posted by: Phil | February 4, 2007 07:07 PM

What happened to Prince, and who is the sister in the white jumpsuit, and why is she running/jumping around the stage? Please send back the "old Prince."

Posted by: JD | February 4, 2007 08:16 PM

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