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Colts TE Coby Fleener weighs in on SB XLVIII

Post by Dave Boling / The News Tribune on Jan. 28, 2014 at 9:15 am with 16 Comments »
January 28, 2014 9:29 am

Indianapolis Colts tight end Coby Fleener played on teams that beat both Super Bowl participants. I asked him to handicap the meeting: “That’s tough, I think they’re both very good teams that really deserve to be here. There’s a lot of quarterbacks in this league where you say, you shouldn’t bet against him, I think Peyton Manning is that guy.. I expect a great game, but to bet against Peyton Manning … I don’t think is a smart decision.”

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  1. Where’s the TNT group?

  2. Meaning the employees like Todd, Dave, etc. Closest to which podium?

  3. Ian Swenson says:

    @pabuwal – We’re ranging. McGrath is going to try to be near Sherman. The rest of us, including Boling and Dybas, will be roaming.

  4. Shermans crowd is already huge.

  5. Beastmode with Primetime is awesome

  6. I loved the Beast Mode interview,”Can you feel me?”

  7. sluggo42 says:

    Haha, haushka with prime time!
    He was just like the cartoon with beast, but in person…

  8. Marshall Faulk admitted on the stream that they and the media ignore seattle, even though they have been “ballin” all year. He went on to say that if Sherman did not have that post game rant after the NFFC game, they would not have talked about how good he was and they would not have given him his props.

    This is why we feel disrespected, this is why this team feels disrespected. The national media truly does not care about Seattle and Faulk just admitted it/proved it. It is so ridiculous. If the hawks win the SB this year, the talk will be about how cold it was and that is why Peyton lost, or some other excuse. Bank on it, no respect will be given to this team, or this city. Thats the way it is…from the horses mouth

  9. SandpointHawk says:

    Primetime was pretty cool with the whole thing…Marshawn did it his way…nice.

  10. I dont care if they still hate us, I just want a SB win. They can say what they like, and I wont care, just so long as Seattle is ahead by one damned point when the gun sounds.

    We get a win, nothing else matters.

  11. I agree STTBM. That lombardi is the biggest concern and i’m gonna be freaking jacked when they get the W. However, it is very annoying that no matter what this team/city does, nobody respects us.

  12. When someone wont give respect that is deserved, their behavior says more about themselves than anything else. As long as Seattle wins this game, they will have earned the right to call themselves the Best; they will BE the BEST. And we should be happy with that. The rest is garbage.

    Besides, if we win this one, I dont see any reason we cant win another or even more, with RW at qb and JS and PC running things. Why not?

  13. Why not us? Love it…good call STTBM

  14. “This is why we feel disrespected, this is why this team feels disrespected.”

    This is just pathetic.

    A lot of media people picked the Hawks to be in the Superbowl before the season started, and most of them ranked the Seahawks as one of the top teams or even #1 throughout the entire season.

    Huge amounts of attention has been given to the Seahawks Niners rivalry, and the Seattle fans (even I am sick of hearing about us) and the defense, and Wilson, Lynch and Pete Carrol. I think Peter King must have his own parking space at the practice facility he is there so often. The Seahawks have gotten tons of positive attention this year. When it comes to the media, attention is respect.

  15. MoSeahawk12 says:

    Golden Tate is doing something very cool for the fans. He’s recording the media events and said that he will make the videos available to the 12’s. Fun idea. He’s bringing us all to the Superbowl with him.

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