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  1. Frank Gores future

    To truth of the matter is, Gore went to Indy to contend for a Ring, and not a Divisional Champ banner. As much as I support his decision to go to Indy, I hope he gets closer to his reasons for going to Indy sooner rather than later. Gore from the 305 who went to Coral Gables was one of the best RB in FLA history while in high school. Surviving two (I believe knee) injuries while playing for The - U. I hope he gets his wishes with the Colts.
  2. T.Y. Hilton

    Sir, consult with TY Hilton, or Kendrick Lamar. The name of the sing is called Humble.
  3. T.Y. Hilton

    My point is exactly what i said, TY Quoted lyrics from a song. Ask TY what his point was.
  4. T.Y. Hilton

    It's lyrics from a song.
  5. Dwayne Allen struggling in New England so far

    Belichick said the samething I once said about divisional banners. It means nothing. If you want to be champions, 2nd place don't count. Stop settling (accepting or being happy) for Divisional champions, Teams like the PATS, PITTS, SEAHAWKS, etc are laughing running circles around "division Champs". Superbowl or Else. You might not wanna hear it, but there's a reason why teams like Pats, Pitts, Seahawks are in the conversation of Superbowl year in and year out, while teams like Indy are in the discussion of Division champs. Adjust our focus. (Yes I know division champs are step 1, but after that, it doesn't matter).
  6. Colts select Malik Hooker [Merge]

    After thinking about the HOOKER pick, I see what happened here and why we didnt go FOSTER. HOOKER protects the deep ball game. He allows the CBs to play tighter coverage and when and if the QB goes deep, HOOKER will be there near the area. Also, The CB class is deep so we can get a CB in the 2nd or 3rd. HOOKER allows for most plays to be played in front of him. I feel as though he is responsible as a safety, and you need safeties to be very responsible as most times they're on an island. Combine that with a stood who has great hands, and this can be dangerous (but in a good way).
  7. Rueben Foster ILB 'Bama
  8. 2 positions the Colts can never have enough of, Olinemen & CB. Historically injury prone.
  9. I know it's a bitter pill to swallow but I'll take Lamp as well. If we go this direction, every other pick made thereafter will be more valuable. Sounds a little weird but, I'd we address this need, then it will allow everything else to fall in place, with an option to select BPA.
  10. Sidney Jones

    I wouldnt be upset if we took him earlier, I say the forth should be the earliest on an injured player.
  11. Lets get to business. Of these listed guys, who and when would you take them... Hhhhmmmmmmm http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000802400/article/five-prospects-likely-to-slip-in-2017-nfl-draft Caleb Brantley, DT, Florida: Brantley was charged over the weekend with suspicion of misdemeanor battery for allegedly knocking a woman unconscious on April 13. He was once considered a potential first-round pick. With his legal situation looming large, it's likely that Brantley will slide to the late rounds or go undrafted. Taco Charlton, DE, Michigan: Charlton carries a fairly high grade from yours truly, but his lack of consistent production at UM and average postseason workouts have hurt his draft standing. Charlton would have been well-served to compete at the Senior Bowl in January, but he opted to decline an invitation. Without a strong NFL Scouting Combine or pro-day performance in his back pocket, he might find himself as a fringe first-rounder now. Jourdan Lewis, CB, Michigan: In another case of alleged domestic violence looming over a 2017 draft prospect, the former Michigan corner has gone from likely Day 2 selection (Rounds 2-3) to potentially going undrafted. Lewis faces a misdemeanor charge for allegedly assaulting his girlfriend last month. He pled not guilty at his arraignment last month. A jury trial is set for July 24 and three teams I've spoken with said they won't draft him with a trial date still in his future. Takkarist McKinley, DE, UCLA: McKinley had surgery on his right shoulder in March to repair a torn labrum and fracture in his shoulder socket. The recovery time is typically 4-6 months. I've spoken with teams who believe he could be on the PUP list to start the season. McKinley's talent will likely land him in the first round, but it probably won't be as early as some have projected. Tim Williams, OLB, Alabama: This one has become unanimous with NFL teams I've spoken to. Williams has first-round talent, but won't hear his name called in the first round and might not hear it called until Round Three. Williams has failed drug tests, was arrested for carrying a pistol without a permit last September and scouts say he has a difficult time adjusting to complicated defensive schemes. He has talent, but there are too many things working against him not to fall.
  12. Joe Mixon RB Oklahoma

    This Draft is going to be completely crazy. smh just wow. I wander who the first team/ player selection that will make the whole draft say huh?? lol Maybe the PATS drafting a QB in the first?
  13. I'm actually a Dalvin Cook fan, But after watching some interesting tape on Joe, I have a strange feeling that he will not make it out of the 2nd Round.
  14. So passing on AP is building for the future? I guess the team doesn't have plans of making a Super Bowl anytime soon.
  15. Well, If you were a fan of J.Peppers, then this is your opportunity to get him somewhere in the second.