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Unfortunately, it probably fell on deaf ears; the guilty parties are too dumb to understand.

How the Colts’ upset could be any more inspiring.

Down by 18 points to powerful Green Bay, Indianapolis rallied for a go-ahead TD with 35 seconds left, as cancer-stricken coach Chuck Pagano watched from a nearby hospital. Colts owner Jim Irsay delivered a moving postgame speech and then took the game ball to Pagano.

It reminded me of “Brian’s Song,” but I like the Colts’ T-shirts better: “Chuckstrong.”

Why MLB put playoff games on its own network.

The inaugural slate is small (Game 3 of Nats-Cards and Game 2 of Tigers-Athletics), but that will change. Especially after the record 1.3 million viewers for Sunday’s game. But the MLB Network is still in far, far fewer homes than TBS and ESPN. Tough luck if you can’t afford it.

Ransom for regular-season games is one thing; demanding it for playoff games is despicable.

How the Wizards will generate offense without John Wall.

Scoring consistently with their star point guard could be challenging enough by itself. The Wizards ranked 23rd in scoring and 21st in field-goal percentage last season. None of the new additions is known to fill it up, and Wall’s expected eight-week absence won’t help matters.

The new-look Wizards aren’t all bad, though. They’ll be more professional, if not more proficient.

Why Ben Bernanke’s Nats analogy will go unheeded.

In a recent Wall Street Journal column, the Federal Reserve chairman said government leaders should follow manager Davey Johnson’s example: “He strikes the right balance between relying on the tangible (data) and the intangible (confidence and motivation).” Bernanke is absolutely correct.

Anyone who led the Nats to the best record in baseball is worthy to be emulated.

How Jerry Sandusky expects us to believe he’s innocent.

The creepy former football coach clearly is delusional in suggesting he’s the victim of a grand conspiracy. Convicted on 45 counts of child molestation, he blames everyone but himself. He said he didn’t commit the heinous acts and he knows it “in my heart.”

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