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Well, if we can beat the Colts, history says our future is bright...
October 11, 2005 11:55 AM ET
Colts: Dungy looking to take next step
The Colts are 5-0, but the last two times Tony Dungy has brought an undefeated club into its sixth game, things haven't worked out so well. "The two times I've been 5-0, we've ended up losing big games," Dungy told the Indianapolis Star. "We really need to get this one, and it will be a good feeling if we can get to six."
In 1997, Dungy's Buccaneer squad went 5-0 before losing to Green Bay. In 2003, the Colts started 5-0 before falling to Carolina in overtime. It's interesting to note that both the Packers and Panthers went on to the Super Bowl in the season they stopped Indy's winning streak. The last time Indy went 6-0, they finished 9-3 and won the 1958 NFL Championship.
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Re: Well, if we can beat the Colts, history says our future is bright...
We owe one to the Colts. When the Rams first moved to Mecca (St. Louis for those of you who do not know that STL is the Oasis of Missouri...lol) the Rams were riding high at 4-0 and got beat at Indy.