First of all, thank you very much for that much needed lesson in sarcasm.*
Now if i'm reading the incoherent vomit you call a paragraph correctly (which I like to think that I am), your claiming that since you've never heard that particular skipping noise either on TV or at a game, that it doesn't exist and if by chance the colts actually do "pump up the noise" it has no affect on the other teams offensive production.
Both of the these statements are incredibly inaccurate. First of all, I seriously doubt you were listening for inconsistencies in the crowd noise while watching a colts game, especially not sitting at home. I'd also like to mention that it must be very difficult for the offensive line to hear the signals with 55,000 people + the "artificial noise" bouncing around the dome. As you know, its pretty loud in there. Advantage colts.
Please take the time to read this NY Time article to better understand the advantages to loud crowd noise. http://www.nytimes.com/2006/01/15/sports/football/15colts.html
*since you're the sarcasm master I doubt you need this cliff note, but just to be safe, the starred statement was meant to be sarcastic.