Originally Posted by Razor Shines
Well you started out with nonsense like "they coasted through the season, they haven't been tested" but that obviously isn't true so now you're left with telling us that the Revis is good and this isn't going to be an easy game.
Ok well let me say this. I don't think this Colts team is as good as they have been in the past. I think their schedule set up for them perfectly. My point about cold weather games was that most dome teams do not fare well playing outside in the cold. The Colts had home field advantage wrapped up in week 12 or 13 I can't remember. They really had been on cruise control since they clinched home field advantage and showed that the 16-0 record meant nothing to them.
I am not saying the Colts are a bad team, I just don't get the feeling that they are a dominant team. I also have some serious questions about Caldwell and his decision making when the game is on the line.
I don't think there is a single Colts fan that thinks they are going to walk over the Jets. Personally, I didn't want the Colts to have to play the Jets at all. The Colts never play the Jets well. Ryan and the Jets D coordinator came from the Ravens, so they're very familiar with Peyton and he never puts up a bunch of points against the Ravens.
Still I'd put my money on the Colts. Peyton has played as well as I've ever seen him play and I really think he's even more difficult to rattle than he's been in year's past.
My point about Revis is not saying that he is good. My point about Revis is that he is playing at the same level that Ty Law was playing at when the Pats gave the Colts fits. Law was able to shut down one side of the field which allowed the defense to become much more aggressive showing multiple looks. It makes a difference when a CB needs over the top help from a S. Revis right now doesn't, same with Ty Law of a few years ago.
If I were to bet I would probably put my money on Indy as well. I just would proceed with caution. After watching this Jets team they remind me of Tom Brady's 1st Super Bowl winning team.