Steamboat_Shaun

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  1. Steamboat_Shaun

    Charlie Casserly Report: Luck to be full go for Training Camp

    Why would Charley Casserly ever say something that insane?
  2. Steamboat_Shaun

    Emory Hunt: Colts draft grade and analysis

    Right? The OL gave up 52 sacks, and without Luck we're toast.
  3. Steamboat_Shaun

    Emory Hunt: Colts draft grade and analysis

    I just saw this on Twitter. He mentions that the OL actually played pretty well last year, and that the Colts will compete for the division with or without Luck. Not sure I agree with either of those comments, but I definitely liked the insight into our draft haul.
  4. Steamboat_Shaun

    Josina Anderson Tweet

    I'm not sure I'd call it "irresponsible" either. I live in Colorado, and I'm not sitting on Indystar.com all day waiting for the new Stephen Holder or Zak Keefer story to drop. I'll see his tweet, click through, read the story, & close the tab when I'm finished. When all is said & done, he reaches a reader that lives across the country, & I'm able to handpick the content that I consume. I see it as a win-win.
  5. Steamboat_Shaun

    Josina Anderson Tweet

    Stephen Holder is the king of this. He tells you something interesting, gives a few teasers, & always finishes his tweet with "story coming soon." Not to say that this is how everyone should approach it, but I find it to be a good method, as I always seem to circle back around for the story once it's up.
  6. Steamboat_Shaun

    Josina Anderson Tweet

    My reply was mellow in comparison to some of the others, definitely dumb & immature (not here to deny that), but not "savage" by any means, at least not by Twitter standards.
  7. Steamboat_Shaun

    Josina Anderson Tweet

    If this is somehow trade related, or anything along those lines, and she was asked to keep a lid on it, then at least it makes sense that she's being vague. But then again, why tweet it at all?
  8. Steamboat_Shaun

    Josina Anderson Tweet

    It's less about the character count (which is 280 now), & more about the fact that she clearly has info from talking to Boston & Vaccaro, but isn't willing to disclose it.
  9. Steamboat_Shaun

    Josina Anderson Tweet

    My reply to her tweet this morning...
  10. Steamboat_Shaun

    Josina Anderson Tweet

    That's kind of my issue with it. Why tweet something so ambiguously when you've talked to both players and can actually report on something? Is it really so "top secret" that she can't tell us what she learned from the 2 players that she personally interviewed?
  11. Steamboat_Shaun

    Frank Reich Mic’d Up

    It's always been my understanding that McDaniels & Ballard handpicked the coordinators together. It's clear now that most of the coaches hired, outside of the OL coach, were all Ballard guys. This is actually news to me, but I feel a lot better knowing that these guys weren't brought in because they were who McD wanted.
  12. Steamboat_Shaun

    CB Bashaud Breeland likely to sign with Colts

    There seems to be some who think it may have something to do with Ballard trying to drive down the price for Eric Reid. Not sure I’m buying that, but at the same time, I wouldn’t be surprised.
  13. Steamboat_Shaun

    CB Bashaud Breeland likely to sign with Colts

    Thoughts about this one?
  14. Steamboat_Shaun

    Sirianni's written tests to players

    100%, but in hindsight, that was probably a good thing, right? I mean, when Luck was healthy, it was a top 10 unit, regardless of how predictable they were most of the time.
  15. Steamboat_Shaun

    Sirianni's written tests to players

    Clearly it wasn't something our last coaching staff did. They didn't even have the common sense to scout our own offensive tendencies, so pop quizzing the players was likely a very foreign concept.