Found December 19, 2012 on The Blue Mare:
Colts fans…are you too busy shopping for everyone else to make out your own Christmas list? Don’t worry. I did it for you: Dear Santa, We’ve been really good this year. And we think we still deserve some extra credit for last year. So for Christmas, please bring us… A 300 pound offensive lineman (make that two). A Gillette Fusion razor for Andrew Luck (the neck beard is no match for five blades…5!). Just Dance for Coby Fleener (maybe he’ll get some new ideas for his next touchdown). A new security system for Reggie Wayne’s car. A box of Kleenex for AQ Shipley. A can of Stickum for Mewelde Moore. A roll of bubble wrap for Andrew Luck (before he faces JJ Watt again). Hats for Coach Pagano, the players, two cheerleaders, and all the fans who shaved their heads for #ChuckStrong. A clean bill of health for Coach Pagano. A win against the Chiefs on December 23rd. A win against the Texans on December 30th. A playoff game against anyone but the Broncos (we’re just not ready for that yet). Coach Pagano back on the sideline coaching our playoff game. Record for passing yards by a rookie quarterback for Andrew Luck. Coach of the Year for Bruce Arians. Luck (Awww, forget it. We don’t need luck…we have Luck!). Thanks, Santa. Love, Indianapolis Colts Fans Merry Christmas!   The post Colts fans’ Christmas list appeared first on The Blue Mare.
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