Know Your Colts History

Hey guys, I'm JakeTheSnake, one of the writers for Bullets Forever, you might remember my rambling, semi-coherent diary I posted after the Colts won the Super Bowl.  I know I don't comment here as often as I should, but I try to keep up with everything that goes on around here, even if I don't comment all that much.  I've always been a huge fan of the Colts ever since I was little, just like my dad who was a fan of the team back when they played in Baltimore.  I bring this up because as you all know Father's Day is coming up and I was looking for a gift for my dad and I came across the History of the Colts DVD and I knew I had to get it for him.  If you've never seen it, I highly recommend that you go get it, it's completely worth the money.  Unfortunately, it only goes up to the Colts' loss to the Steelers in '05 but of course you can always make up for that with this.

Anywho, I was pre-screening the DVD's to make sure that...y'know...they worked and everything and there's just a lot of priceless humor in there.  I know it's kind of hard to show without actually showing the video, but I think these screencaps will do it enough justice:

Mike Vanderjagt: The Real Slim Shady
On second thought, this is the Real Slim Shady
MC Mora?
Ok, I'll stop now
Perhaps the only known photographic evidence of Tom Moore NOT wearing glasses
Marvin Harrison reacting to seeing Tom Moore with his glasses on, but sadly, with his clothes off.
From Peyton's Rookie year, I guess the new guys don't get hair stylists.
To the man in the Stokley jersey, I ask you, who tucks their jersey in nowadays?
(Sighs) I guess it's catching on.
Yes, the ball is on his head, and yes, he does end up catching it.
Sorry, I lied.  MC Mora, the remix!

Well that's about it, hopefully you all enjoyed it.  Go Colts!  Oh, and if any of you happen to get a spare Super Bowl ring or something, feel free to send it my way.  Thanks!

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