INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - With Indianapolis’ former quarterback returning to town, will it be hard to root against Peyton?
Will fans feel a divided sense of loyalty?
Will a stadium that used to hush at a wave of Peyton's hand be quietly respectful, or make as much noise as possible as he tries to make plays?
Those are questions 24-Hour News 8 asked IU Health Sports psychologist Dr. Steven Curtis, who said in Indianapolis, Peyton or no Peyton, it's still all about blue.
“It’s going to be a mixed bag of feelings in the stadium, it's going to be an interesting situation,” said Dr. Steven Curtis, IU Health Sports psychologist. “That young man grew up here, we watched him grow and we want him to do well but it's the Colts that he's playing with and we want the Colts to win.”
Dr. Curtis says when it comes down to it, fan loyalty will be to the organization, not the individual players.
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