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Another possible problem: Most people who come to town want to vacation or party. But the Colts have a job -- completing a mission deemed so essential they threw away a chance at perfection to win a title.
So the Colts don't want anything derailing their plans.
"I guess it is kind of a relief that we've made it, but we're not satisfied just being here," left guard Ryan Lilja said. "We want to win, we want a ring, and that means you shouldn't be hanging out on South Beach on Saturday night."
Indy's leaders will make sure that does not happen.
Among those singled out by Caldwell were Freeney, Manning, Saturday and Wayne -- all of whom are likely to treat this trip like the business trip they made to Miami in February 2007.
"Hey, we've got three months to hang out after this," Saturday said. "You can hang out on South Beach for three months if you want. But we have a job to do first."
And it's that attitude that Caldwell believes will make a difference on game day.
"The ultimate goal is to win it all," he said. "Nobody is going to be satisfied until we do that."
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