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  1. Colts Vs. Jaguars Game Day Thread

    On both 3rd & 4th down, on the far left side the DB was playing 10 yards off the WR. Think Chud can take advantage of that. Nope. If Chud isn’t fired after this game, I just don’t know. If I am Ballard, “Chuck, are you firing Chud?” Chuck replies, “Nope.” ”Mr. Irsay, can I fire Chuck, Chud, and Monachino?” “I can? Thanks, Jim.” ”Chuck, Chud, Ted ... pack up your stuff, we’re letting you guys go, effective immediately.”
  2. Colts Vs. Jaguars Game Day Thread

    Hey defense, Jax are going to be primarily running the ball now.
  3. Colts Vs. Jaguars Game Day Thread

    Ok, I have concluded that Chud IS just as bad of an OC as Pep was. Most poorly designed offensive schemes ever. Zero ability to adjust.
  4. Colts Vs. Jaguars Game Day Thread

    Empty backfield on 4th & 2 = fail by design, no matter the actual outcome of the play.
  5. Colts v Jaguars Predictions Thread

    Jags 27 / Colts 20 = Colts Loss This time, I am predicting a slow Colts start, with them making it close in the second half. I hope I am wrong ... and I hope for, miracle of miracles, a perfectly coached game. Win or lose, if the coaches coach flawlessly, I will be reasonably satisfied. (Pretty sad to me that I am at this point more concerned with seeing a flawless "coached" game, that a flawlessly played game by the players.) Go Colts!
  6. Keep the pick or trade down?

    Depends on where the pick is, who’s available, and what kind of trade down value can be had. Ergo, WAY too premature of a question, one best saved for late March or into April.
  7. Offensive Line is Offensive

    I think if that was their view, then it was horribly short sighted, especially given the Colts’ OL injury history. I think it should have been a given that they would sustain OL injuries. It seems to be the new normal. When they released Banner, forgetting about him, at the time I just thought they were going into the season short of numbers on the OL. So, contrary to your point, I foresaw the OL injuries, because it happens every year. If I could see it, they should have, too!
  8. Pagano's Post Titans Game News Conference

    I don’t think it bizarre, but rather, sadly, it seems to be the norm. Okay, I will grant you that it is a bizarre norm. I truly believe Chud has to go.
  9. Offensive Line is Offensive

    Given all of the OL woes, I wonder if they regret so quickly giving up on Banner, I am still surprised they released him. Unless they truly saw that, oops, he’s clueless and just physically never going to get there, it seems like that giving up on a highly drafted OL prospect so quickly was perhaps, imprudent, especially when there were so many OL question marks even at the end of training camp.
  10. ... On The Bright Side, However...

    I agree they have areas of improvement, but ummm, I cannot stop looking at the scoreboard, for points given up is the ultimate measure. And by the way, your excuse for the defense is just the same old same old for the previous two years. Guess what, the 85 Bears, aside from Walter Payton, essentially had a really bad offense. The defense did not become inept as a result. Colts defense flashes potential and has it’s moments, but they still have WAY too many breakdowns and when the tough get going, the Colts D still disappears. Great Ds thrive, regardless of offense. Colts D is NOwhere near such a level of prowess. By points, they are the worst in the NFL. Fact.
  11. ... On The Bright Side, However...

    Both are failing, miserably. Did you see their effort last night, when they gave up that super long drive for the go ahead TD, or very late when in desperation mode, they needed to stop the run to get the ball back, but instead gave up a running first down and then a long running touchdown? The defense is indeed put into some tough spots because of an inept offence, but the defense, is basically equally as inept, so far this year, despite some particular areas that seem to have improved. End of the day, though, they are giving up more points than any other defense. Not giving up points and making stop when you absolutely need to is the name of the game when it comes to defense.
  12. ... On The Bright Side, However...

    Are you referring to the defense that is giving up more points than any other defense in the league, ergo, currently the worst defense in the NFL?
  13. Colts @ Titans Monday Night Football Game Thread

    Completely disagree on your evaluation of Pep. To be fair, though, Chud has also been a huge disappointment. honestly, at this point, I think Chud should be fired now and Shott inserted in his place. The team needs a shake-up.
  14. Colts @ Titans Monday Night Football Game Thread

    Bottom line, this loss is AGAIN about coming out and not being prepared in the second half. Two three and outs and a critical turnover on offence, followed by the predictable defensive failure in the letting the other team control the ball on a long TD drive. Then continued offensive and defensive fails as the game further slips away. First half, really so,I’d, except for a few critical errors that kept it close ... penalties, Moncrief and Doyle drops. First half errors keeping it closer than it should have been, followed by yet another second half collapse. rinse and repeat, yet again, next week?