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Cry Me a River: Why AFC Teams Shouldn’t Complain About the Colts’ Decision

Published by on December 28, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - Indianapolis Colts

I've had enough.

It has certainly been an interesting past 24 hours for Jets fans.

First, yesterday starts out with the Dolphins, Jaguars, and Ravens all losing—which is what the Jets needed in order to have a chance to control their own playoff destiny, just a week after Rex Ryan mistakenly said his team was "out" after a disappointing loss to the Falcons.

But one part still remained.

The Jets had to win. Against an undefeated Colts team.

Difficult task, right?

It depends on how you look at it.

The Colts were only leading 15-10 in the third quarter when they made the decision to bench notable starters such as Peyton Manning, Reggie Wayne, etc.

Immediately the Jets took advantage, forcing backup Colts quarterback Curtis Painter to fumble, which led to a Jets defensive touchdown to give New York the lead.

The men in green never looked back, going on to a 29-15 victory and ending the Colts' quest for perfection.

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