I don't think so. If there is one thing I've learned about the Colts these past few years, it's to NEVER count them out. Fans are understandably discouraged at this time, but if they win at home next week, it brings them to 500. And, while we'll all admit that it's been a very rocky first half of the season, there's a good chance that they'll finish the second half better than they played the first half. Sanders will be back at some point, and the defense is a completely different defense with him on the field. Let's face it, we Colts fans have been spoiled rotten over the past few years. By Colts standards, they're playing bad. But, winning one out of every two games is what a bad Colts team is doing. Some 'bad' teams in this league are winless. So, when the guys finally get it together and finish the second half of the season stronger (which I think they will), the playoffs are definitely a possiblity. And, it might be better to have a Colts team in the playoffs, which has faced some adversity along the way. I'm going to put a little faith in the 'resiliency' of the Colts. Let's not give up the ship yet!