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    24x7 Article: A Look Back at The Storied History: Colts v. Bears - Teams meet for fir



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    A Look Back at The Storied History: Colts v. Bears - Teams meet for first time in post season history on Sunday (1/30)

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    Steve:

    Please have your RCC robot go in for an oil change. This dumbshit article is blasphemy: it ties in the sacred history of our beloved Baltimore Colts with the "history" of that pirate franchise now located in Indiana.

    In a 2003 BBC poll that asked Brits to name the "Greatest American Ever", Mr. T came in fourth, behind ML King (3rd), Abe Lincoln (2nd) and Homer Simpson (1st).




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    Re: 24x7 Article: A Look Back at The Storied History: Colts v. Bears - Teams meet for

    Quote Originally Posted by Mista T View Post
    Steve:

    Please have your RCC robot go in for an oil change. This dumbshit article is blasphemy: it ties in the sacred history of our beloved Baltimore Colts with the "history" of that pirate franchise now located in Indiana.



    The article must be a joke, right?

    PP




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    Re: 24x7 Article: A Look Back at The Storied History: Colts v. Bears - Teams meet for

    I recall the Colts losing to the Bears 27-17 in Wrigley Field in 1966 on the same Sunday the Orioles beat the Dodgers for the championship. While we were elated for the Birds, we lamented for the Colts. If we lost to the Bears it probably wasn't going to be Baltimore's year, as Kurt nicely documented.




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