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  2. Why do you think moving Castonzo to RT a position he has little experience at is the big move we need? The guy has been a LT his entire career. What exactly are you basing him being a more natural RT on?
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  4. Mr. Ballard, please sign Kevin Zeitler or T.J. Lang. Don't wait to see Mewhort injured or Haeg/Good playing bad.
  5. Do you really think so? He's long gone before that surely.
  6. I congress that this is one of my favorite off-season profiles.... But there IS one glaring omission....... No cornerback. Not in the draft, and not in free agency. There's no way around it, the Colts badly NEED a very good corner this off-season. Otherwise, very outside the box thinking, which I appreciate......
  7. Love your first 5 picks, don't know too much about the others but I will definitely have a look into them.
  8. My understanding is that Castanzo graded out pretty highly this year. I think I read somewhere around 13-16, I don't specifically remember. I'm modestly hopeful that we have the pieces that we need for a complete line in house already. But if Ballard and Philbin want to sign a FA guy (hopefully not too expensive) and/or draft someone around round 4 or later, then I'd be fine with that. Can't get enough quality depth on the o-line. Especially not with our history of guys getting injured. The other problem with Castanzo moving to the other side is dollars. He's not going to take a pay-cut to move to Right Tackle, and we're not going to pay him Left Tackle money on the right side. I think Haeg and Clark are poised to dramatically improve this year. And then both again, especially Clark should get even better in 2018 as well. I think we have a young, promising o-line that should get nothing but better. I didn't even mention Kelly, but I'm a huge fan and his future is as bright as can be. So, I'm thinking 2-3 years from now Castanzo gets either traded or cut, Clark flips to the Left Side and Perhaps Haeg moves to RT, or we find another RT in the draft. Those guys are easier to find then Left Side guys..... I'm a big, big believer in Philbin, and until he demonstrates otherwise, I'm a believer in Ballard. Between these two guys, I think our O-line is in good shape. Sorry this post went so long..... wanted to address all your concerns...
  9. Love the defensive picks and mixon. Don't like the idea of getting another TE assuming we re sign Doyle, but even if we don't Swoope and Allen are more than capable. Also we can probably get Kpassagnon with our 4th compensatory pick and if we sign Ingram and get Takk then it would be smarter to get a CB in the 3rd. Just my opinion though
  10. That's amazing! You nearly got all right.
  11. I think Hacksaw Ridge should have got more love
  12. My two dream picks are: #1 Solomon Thomas #2 Sidney Jones
  13. Love Mixon, Takk, and Reuben. (Although rumors say 49ers want him at 2). Love Ingram, Minter and Warford overpaid imo.
  14. MTC except for best actor, you got them all! Ever best pic!
  15. This is one of the worst mocks I have seen lately IMO. Beckwith may be the best value pick in the 4th.
  16. At least they handled it better than how Steve Harvey did...............
  17. Sounds like the Oscars had a Steve Harvey moment
  18. February 27 Through the Years

     1782- British House of Commons votes to end fighting in America

     

     1801- Washington D. C. Comes under the Jurisdiction of the U. S. Congress

     

     1860- Abraham Lincoln gives a speech in New York City that is largely responsible for his election

     

     1864- Andersonville Prison excepts its first Northern Prisoners

     

     1951- The 22nd Amendment is ratified

  19. Thanks for all the hard work Chad72!
  20. Has George Clooney moved to Canada yet? He said he would after the election. Just asking. Jake Arrieta even offered to help him pack
  21. Yes Brackett went to Rutgers. I just chose him because it fits my personality. I think that was point of the Thread, I may be wrong. Brackett was very low key, a nice guy, but when riled would stand his ground. The MLB position is very important and I thought he was a Great player but underrated because we had guys like Freeney, Mathis, and Bob. Brackett was the 4th best Defensive player on that 2006 team though and played outstanding against the Ravens in the 2006 game, matching Ray Lewis and he also had the fumble recovery for TD in the Rosencopter game . Also in the 2009 4th and 2 game, he caused a fumble vs the Pats that turned the game around, Pats were going in for the killer score and Brackett stripped the ball. Game turned around after that.
  22. Missed one
  23. Congrats Casey Affleck
  24. So pick 36-100 belonged to Tennessee. I demand a redraft!
  25. I like.
  26. Pick 1 Reuben Foster, ILB, Alabama Height: 6-1. Weight: 244. Projected 40 Time: 4.73. Due to his surgery I think he could drop to us and would be much needed . Pick 2 Takkarist McKinley*, OLB/DE, UCLA Height: 6-2. Weight: 265. Projected 40 Time: 4.62. Same situation injured and may fall to us in the second Pick 3 Tanoh Kpassagnon, 3-4DE, Villanova Height: 6-6. Weight: 280. Arm: 34.75. Hand: 10.88. Projected 40 Time: 4.72. Needs work still but he could be groomed into something special Pick 4 Joe Mixon**, RB, Oklahoma Height: 6-1. Weight: 226. Projected 40 Time: 4.48. This guy is electric . Pick 4 Carlos Watkins, NT, Clemson Height: 6-3. Weight: 312. Arm: 33.5. Hand: 10.38. Projected 40 Time: 5.15. Very disruptive great run stuff Pick 5 Michael Roberts, TE, Toledo Height: 6-4. Weight: 261. Arm: 33.25. Hand: 11.63. Projected 40 Time: 4.74. He's by far the best blocking tight end in the draft and not to mention his 16 tds . Huge hands . Pick 6 Josh Malone*, WR, Tennessee Height: 6-3. Weight: 198. Projected 40 Time: 4.50. The guy is clutch he catches everything if he had a better qb he would be a 2nd to 3rd round pick FA pick ups Melvin Ingram 5 years 85 million Kevin minters 5 years 25-30 Larry Warford 5 years 30
  27. Yeah. It's about time he gets an MVP.
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