Tony Dungy on Sirius NFL Radio

Colts head coach Tony Dungy appeared on Sirius NFL Radio earlier this week and talked about his team's win over the Ravens, what he thought when he learned New England would be coming to Indy and his thoughts on Sunday's AFC Championship game.

Colts head coach Tony Dungy was congratulated for his team's playoff win over the Ravens by Sirius NFL Radio hosts Bob Papa and Tim Ryan on "Movin' the Chains" earlier this week.

Dungy's response?

"Thank you very much. It's good to be with you guys and to still be working," he said with a laugh.

The Colts head coach talked extensively about his team's 15-6 hard-fought victory over the Ravens and even shared what he told the team Friday night at their last team meeting before heading to Baltimore.

Dungy also talked glowingly about both of his safeties, veteran Bob Sanders and rookie Antoine Bethea, providing his insight on what they've done for the team this year. And he also discussed the contributions that linebacker Rob Morris has made to the success of the defense and special teams.

And when he was asked for his honest reaction to the news that the Colts would be playing New England this Sunday, he replied, "I thought, poetic justice. I didn't really believe we'd be able to get to a Super Bowl without facing New England at some point. And you have some teams that have been your nemesis. You've got to go through them..."

Find out what he had to say about what the Colts could draw from earlier games against the Patriots and if he expects New England to do anything different this time.  And find out how he's feeling about his team's chances this weekend in this ten-minute audio, compliments of Sirius NFL Radio.

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