Colts seek second helping of respect
Another title would cement Indianapolis' legacy as one of the best teams of the era
MIAMI -- They all squeezed into a private room at a downtown Indianapolis steakhouse two years ago, a frustrated team eager to hold a players-only meeting. The Colts easily could have held the session at their training facility, but quarterback Peyton Manning wanted a different setting that night. His team was 3-4 at the time. The Colts were looking like they couldn't hang with the NFL's elite any longer. So Manning figured some good conversation over thick cuts of meat and stiff drinks could ...
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