Boy, that was the most exciting, satisfying second half I've seen in a long time:
The rookie quarterback and veteran receiver connected at the most critical moments Sunday, including a 4-yard touchdown pass with 35 seconds left to complete the Colts' second-half rally and stun Green Bay 30-27 on perhaps the most emotional day in Lucas Oil Stadium history.
Am I just starting to notice it, or are teams paying a lot more attention to second-half adjustments these days? It's amazing how many games there have been when one team seems to have it put away only to get "outadjusted" and completely outclassed in the second half.
Oh, and any of you looking to make a real-life metaphor out of this, just putting up with stuff you can't stand because you finally got used to it does not count as an adjustment.