That’s right, your favorite two sports BS’er are back. Well Ok, we all know that I’m your favorite and Kellan is just filler, but we don’t want to rub that in his face or anything. We have recently made plans to post another podcast tonight and I’m sure that will get Kellan in the mood again to start posting his articles again. So basically we’re coming out of hiding and going to let K and J Sports out of the bag again.
That all being said, I would like to take this time to speak for a brief moment about my Colts. As the divisional round of the NFL playoffs comes near, the Baltimore Ravens will be stepping onto Lucas Oil Field Saturday, with the intensions to take down my #1 seed Colts. Now I personally believe the Colts can come out of this game ready to take on the Chargers or Jets, but I did read a comment on an ESPN article that has been echoing in my head this morning. “Consider this: IND has never won a (playoff) game as a no. 1 or no. 2 seed (since the NFL started seeding in 1975).” Granted your past does not dictate your future, but I am someone that holds statistics to be a guiding indicator of trends. Like rules, trends are made to be broken and the Colts are in a pretty good place to snap that horrible sounding streak. But on top of the 7 4th quarter come back wins this season, hearing that this morning has only inflamed the ulcer my team has given me this year from worrying.
The Colts have not played a full game since their Dec. 17th 35-31 win over Jacksonville, and as everyone knows this has started quite the conversation about resting starters or playing for perfection. Now I’m not going to get into that debate right now other then to say that if they get a ring the debate dies, if they don’t…well then the conversation lives.
So in conclusion, it looks like K and J Sports is back for the moment and there will be more posts to follow. And as always, GO COLTS!
YEP, we’re back. Not since the 3rd of June have we actually posted a podcast and you know what, it feels good to be back. So we kicked off the dust and got back to it. We talked about the Olympics closing up and Team USA basketball. We only just touched on football, but I can promise, this will be a fun football season. Well, thanks for tuning back in, and we’ll get back to a regular schedule at some point.
This is Jeff, and I’ve started a new segment. I’ll be talking about things that we normally don’t get to on the regular podcast. This week it the franchise tag in the NFL. I’ve never truely understood the tag and now I do. I just hope Dallas Clark stays in Indy.
Our producer couldn’t think of anything good so you’re stuck with me complaining about how he needs to be more creative. Be more creative, or else.