Wednesday, October 15, 2008

This just in...

Joe Addai is likely out for this week. Kelvin Hayden is probably coming back this season.

This information is courtesy of Phil B Wilson
, who is johnny on the spot. I'd usually just make this a link instead of a separate post, but it's pretty news. It's great about Hayden, but I'd feel a lot better about Sunday if Addai was going to be playing. His totals have been weak, but his play has been great. He's had zero running room this season, but always seems to makes something out of nothing. He'll be missed. At least we don't have to run KSquared out there again.

Update: Now they are saying Joe Addai is out up to a month. Lovely.

Great piece by Cold Hard Football Facts showing that you throw to win

You never want to have to back your coach 6 games in if you are an AD.

SI ranks the Luke 6th over all. The survey is crap. The J-Hole finished 5th overall and first in accessibility. No freaking way. It's at least a 25 minute walk from any of the parking to that giant bowl. People were on crack when they filled out those surveys.

Peyton says the knee is a non-issue, and is as tired of talking about it as we are of hearing about it.

Prisco thinks the Colts will still win the South


Westside Rob said...

Ranking stadiums based on the input of the fans is stupid. It's all a matter of perspective. Plus the Luke is new so perspectives locally are out of wack in a variety of ways. The comments were pretty funny though: The guy teasing Romo and the girl that got booed for wearing "clown clothes" comments were particularly funny.

Demond Sanders said...

The parking really isn't that far from J-Hole Stadium, but everything else sure is. That said, we did see some people carrying coolers from downtown J-Hole-ville which is a trek and a half.

Anyone that wants to eat or hangout downtown before the game has to take a ferry to get the game because it is so far.

The other NFL stadiums I've been to are Pittsburgh (Three Rivers not Heinz Field), Cincinnati (Riverfront not Paul Brown), and Soldier Field. Nothing was remotely comparable to walk we had at the hole. Also parking is about half as much in Indy.

Anonymous said...

CHFF tells us water is wet.

Maybe next week they can establish that the team with better line play wins.