Is Attendance at Future Colts' Games in Jeopardy Without Manning?

By Scott Sarvay

September 8, 2011 Updated Sep 8, 2011 at 5:44 PM EDT

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - Kerry Collins figures to have the spotlight shining on him, as he prepares to take over for the injured Peyton Manning.

The General Manager of Preferred Auto on Illinois Road has had Colts season tickets for at least six years and he believes many other paying spectators will struggle to be patient in Manning's absence.

Colts Season Ticket Holder Rob Goodman says, “They're going to want Peyton Manning to come back, they're going to hope it's sooner than later, but nobody wants him to come back too soon, because we want him to play healthy and we want him to get us back to the playoffs."

The Colts’ home opener is September 18th against the Cleveland Browns.

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