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  1. Ongoing Colts 2018 draft talk........

    And just to piggyback off of this, check out this article of perfect team fits for a few of the prospects. And guess who they think is a perfect fit for the Colts (hint: it’s not Bradley Chubb).
  2. I haven’t seen it. The best RBs in the league are the big physical runners who can run it up the gut and wear down the defense. I haven’t seen that ability from Mack yet. I’d pair him with someone like Nick Chubb.
  3. He’s been known to go out of bounds prematurely to avoid getting hit or get down when he could fight for more yards.
  4. Landry or Bryant. I like Bryant because he can play on the outside. Landry is a slot guy but he catches everything and has the toughness that Hilton lacks sometimes.
  5. Who would be better for us mcglinchey or Nelson?

    I think he'll fix 1 or 2 holes. A young guard like Norwell or Pugh and maybe a WR like Bryant or Landry. I think everything else will come from the draft. I think a RT will be taken in the later rounds for competition, but the starter may already be on the roster. I think it'll be a quieter off-season than this year's.
  6. Who would be better for us mcglinchey or Nelson?

    Hankins was his only really splash signing. Other than that he drafted well and let the rest play itself out. He says he doesn't want to go crazy in FA. That's why I don't think he'll fix all of our holes by just signing guys. It'll be done with draft picks and the progression of his rookies in year 2.
  7. Who would be better for us mcglinchey or Nelson?

    He also hasn't "broken the bank" so to speak. Most of his signings were 2 year, cheap deals
  8. Who would be better for us mcglinchey or Nelson?

    Remember that trying to build a team through FA is what Grigson tried and failed it. Ballard has stated (and I'm sure all GM's have) that he wants to build through the draft. He might spend good money on a guard and WR, but the long terms 5+ year starters on this team will be drafted players. That's how it was in KC. They rarely went on spending sprees and "Raised their own".
  9. Per Rotoworld...expect house cleaning at end of season

    At this point I'd be shocked if it wasn't Toub. He's gotten several interviews in the past and he was together with Ballard in Chicago and KC. If that is who Ballard wants I would be comfortable with it, because he probably knows Toub better than anyone.
  10. Who would be better for us mcglinchey or Nelson?

    Trading back would be ideal But Nelson is the best OL on his team and in this draft. I'd take him over McGlinchey easy. Nelson hasn't gotten embarrassed like McGlinchey did against Miami and Georgia
  11. Well the Giants losing isn't helping our chances of moving up to #2. But we are still sitting comfy at 3
  12. Ongoing Colts 2018 draft talk........

    It isn’t going to be a great FA class for tackles, but Pugh and Norwell might both be available. I don’t think the Colts sign both, and there’s a chance they sign neither. However, if they do sign one, you still have a hole at the other guard spot as I don’t expect Mewhort to be back. We’ll have to draft an OG/OT high regardless of how you slice it.
  13. No one started mentioning Nagy until a few weeks ago when he took over play calling duties for KC and the offense got better. And Gruden was a better coach than people give him credit for. But people won’t hear anything else besides “won with Dungy’s team, lights up when there’s cameras around, Bucs imploded after the SB”. Harbaugh couldn’t handle a locker room full of grown men because of his personality. Gruden can. He might have been a hard *** but he got results. And my defense for Toub is simple. He’s not just some guy who had a hot offense or defense for 2 years and is just going to get handed a job. He’s had too STs unit wherever he has gone, has interviewed for jobs in the past, and people have said he’s a guy that will command respect.
  14. Out of the box, as in outside of the traditional line of thinking when it comes to coordinators. The traditional hiring process is to take a hot name offensive or defensive coordinator coming off a good season and make him HC which often fails (i.e. Gus Bradley, Mike McCoy,etc...). Or in some cases a guy who has traditional football schemes because he’s a retread if some old system like Air Coryell, etc... I want a candidate outside of that typical line of thinking. I don’t necessarily care about accolades. Pagano was the defensive coordinator of a talented Ravens defense that was good when he was still just a DB coach, with the idea probably being that he’s bring a tough defense to Indy. I don’t want to go down that road again. Hopefully that clears up any confusion
  15. Bradley Chubb

    Seems like the Indy media likes him too: