Records are meaningless.

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Like the Greeks, the Colts could win at any moment.

From NeuroTrader in the bar:
Coach,
I’m trying to evaluate the relative merits of United States sovereign debt and Greek sovereign debt. This stunning (in both attractiveness and stupidity) blonde keeps launching into soliloquies on the subject, contending that I can’t evaluate US debt against Greek debt because Greek debt is so horrible. Do you have any thoughts?
Cheers,
NT

From the Playbook:

It is what it is. Debt is debt. The Greeks owe a lot of people a lot of cash & so do we. The difference is that we pay our debts by selling them to China, and Greece pays theirs with goats. But just because the Greeks haven’t won a title since the Trojan War doesn’t mean they couldn’t beat us on any given Sunday. They’ve got the feta cheese, the olive oil, the olive trees, the olives themselves… Don’t count Greece out just because of their record.

Colts Country Is for Old Men

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From IndyBill@Colts.com:

Hey Bill – 

How’s it feel to be the coach of a New England franchise that hasn’t won a recent championship? The Sox, Celts and now Bruins have all won after you. 

Are you losing your touch? You haven’t won a playoff game since 2007! Still spooked by David Tyree and Spygate? The top movie in 2007 was “No Country for Old Men”. That’s how long it’s been since you’ve won a playoff game! Have you lost your fastball?

Sincerely, 

Bill Polian

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From the Playbook:

Thanks for your concern, Bill — I’m sorry I couldn’t be there when the AARP honored you for your commitment to keeping seniors in the workplace. Taking Kerry Collins out of that retirement home — that took a lot of compassion on your part. I have to hand it to you — your defense makes the Supreme Court look like a youth movement. And on top of that you’ve been a friend to the disabled: half your cap room is tied up in a guy with a broken neck. With these kinds of moral victories in your win column, who needs an actual win? Looking forward to seeing you in December,

Bill