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On February 4, 2007, Lovie Smith (Chicago Bears) and Tony Dungy (Indianapolis Colts) became the first black coaches to lead their teams to a Super Bowl. By the end of the game, Tony Dungy would go on to become the first black head coach to lead his team to a Super Bowl championship win.
I knew it was coming. I think we all knew it was coming. Heck I told anyone who would listen that he was gone. But in the last few weeks the Indianapolis Colts and Jim Irsay did what they could do to make it seem like they really had not made a decision on Peyton … Continue reading
> Guess the Colts better figure out if Kerry Collins or Curtis Painter is going to be their QB this season, because according to owner Jim Irsay, it won’t be Peyton Manning. Maybe. In a statement made during a breakfast event with Super Bowl donors this morning, Irsay stated that due to Manning’s neck … Continue reading
>Wow! Not only is his start streak over, but it appears Peyton Manning won’t be playing football for a long while. Thursday morning it was reported that Peyton Manning had surgery to repair is ailing neck. This is the Colts QB’s third surgery on his neck in 19 months. Rehab for the neck could take … Continue reading
> Wild card weekend is finally upon us. The NFL Playoffs are officially here!! Check out my picks for this weekend’s wild card games NFC Wild Card New Orleans Saints vs. Seattle Seahawks — Sat., Jan. 8th – 1:30pm PST on NBC (My Pick: SAINTS) Green Bay Packers vs. Philadelphia Eagles — Sun., Jan. 9th … Continue reading