OconRecon Posted November 24, 2008 Report Share Posted November 24, 2008 Yeah, right. Wait 'til you check the game film, Tony. Make sure you're wearing a bib to catch the slobber. Just roll your helmets out there. That ought to do it. http://www.indystar.com/article/20081124/SPORTS03/81124043 Tony Dungy vowed not to take the struggling Cleveland Browns lightly this week now that the Indianapolis Colts have completed a difficult four-game stretch. The Colts (7-4) beat New England, Pittsburgh, Houston and San Diego in succession to move solidly into playoff contention. The Browns (4-7), meanwhile, have lost three of their past four and are coming off a desultory 16-6 home defeat to Houston. “One of the things I try not to do is read too much into the teams that you’re playing and what their records are and what the perception of them is,” Dungy, the Colts coach, said at the team complex today, about 12 hours after Indy’s stirring 23-20 victory in San Diego. “The schedule comes out in May and in June people say, ‘They should win these,’ or ‘This is going to be a tough stretch.’ And you really never know, so you can’t assume that Pittsburgh’s going to be tough and San Diego is going to be tough but Cleveland isn’t. “Cleveland is the only team that’s beaten the (New York) Giants all year, and they’ve played well in some Monday night games. They’ve been up and down a little bit, but if we think they’re not going to play well, we’re going to be surprised.” As for injuries, Dungy said center Jeff Saturday suffered a strained calf muscle Sunday night, and his availability for the Browns game will be determined later in the week. Call Star reporter Curt Cavin at (317) 444-6409. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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