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  1. Cornerback - Who Plays?

    I think depth at corner is a great asset, especially in the second half where the freshest legs usually win. Since that has been an issue, it occurs to me that getting back a couple of quality corners has got to help. Hairston has looked pretty good in the slot and if he can help with Delanie Walker, that would really boost the Colts' chances. Wilson should be able to give both outside corners a blow now and then which will again help in the second half.
  2. I was just glad to hear he's making the throws without babying himself. That has got to help his confidence (and mine too).
  3. I don't think we are too far off

    Actually, I'm mostly in agreement with the Post. I think we could tell a lot from Monday night's performance against the Titans. If our young corners show up and the running game works, the Colts will give the Titans a hard time. If Mariota's hammy doesn't hold up, I might even cross my fingers for a win. I can't help thinking this game is doable. We'll see. Also as it applies to the defense improving overall, I just hope Geathers can get back. The run defense and the back end would benefit tremendously with a healthy Clayton Geathers back there. Fingers crossed again.
  4. Colts/Trade Deadline

    Posts like this are an example of poor Colts fans who assume that they are all way better teams without any recognition of the actual situation. Not even close? Geathers, Wilson, Hairston won't make them better? With Luck at quarterback this team can score on anyone. I don't have rose colored glasses and you need to be a bit more respectful of my opinion. Who the hell died and made you king of football? Your lack of understanding is only exceeded by your arrogance.
  5. Colts/Trade Deadline

    There is no need to do these trades now. The Colts are only 1 game out of the division lead. Why would they want to assure a failed season at this point. If the injury bug can kindly back off a bit and the young players continue to progress, this team will be a tough out by season's end. Tanking is stupid.
  6. Why would anyone want Luck behind this line?

    I remember back to the Peyton days when on occasion Jeff Saturday would have to sit out. Peyton and the line would struggle. This year we are just getting the entire line with their center together for the first time. Whether Ryan Kelly will make a big difference will be seen on Sunday. This line has yet to have proven anything but should be given an opportunity to show what they can do before trashing them. The center coordinates much of the blocking assignments and I for one believe they will be better now that they are getting the chance to play together. I still believe with Andrew back by midseason the Colts will be a tough team to beat. Give them a chance!
  7. Chuck - Where is the line?

    Players play the damn game. Over the course of the next few weeks the Colts will get their starting center and All Pro quarterback back. Clayton Geathers could be ready. Anyone know? If the line doesn't shine with on of their best players back, the team could be in trouble. If they are better, as most thought they were in preseason then Pagano will begin to look much smarter. If Mack can help the line will get its chance to shine. The SF run defense can play some. One other thing: putting Andrews comeback game on Pagano may be unfair. What if Andrew comes out and stinks it up? Could happen. Hope not.
  8. Chuck Pagano Press Conference

    I would agree in principle, but my problem is the knowing of the playbook while important, shrinks in value should Jacoby happen to get injured in which case we are back to a totally failed Tolzien at quaterback.
  9. Chuck Pagano Press Conference

    I believe Chuck's QB decision dalliance goes along with their practice philosophy. Everyone said Morris wasn't so much at practice and Chuck rewarded Tolzien's hard work. That being said, I could work hard at practice and still be nothing like a QB. A team philosophy is important but the time comes when the obvious must be considered. I would go as far as bringing Morris back and cutting Tolzien as sadly he's never ever EVER going to make it. Also, there are other QBs (other than Kaep) that could be brought in for the short term.
  10. Breaking: Jacoby Brissett named Starter

    Hey, they got a win with 2 QBs they picked up off the street last year. There's hope!
  11. Jacoby Brissett Must Start in Week 2

    As I said in another post, with Tolzien having the entire offseason to prepare with the starters, this outing proves that you could literally start any other QB on any other NFL roster and have at least as good a chance as with this guy. Play Jacoby, bring Morris back or someone else to back him up and get this dead weight out of the discussion. C'mon Ballard do some of that GM stuff. I can't stand much more of this.
  12. DBs?

    Let the rookies learn while the team is struggling (TJ too). When the O comes around they may be better by then. Butler remains what he has always been, a quality backup.
  13. I can't predict the score, but it will be an L. Someone needs to point out to the coaching staff that Scott Tolzien has NO CHANCE of making it as an NFL quarterback. You'd have as good a chance with Mewhort under center.
  14. R-E-L-A-X Everyone

    You could literally start any QB on any NFL roster and get as good as Tolzien produces. I personally would cut him and bring back Morris, but the coaching staff obviously has something against him. Jacoby needs to start game 2 or I'm going to be forced to finally begin to question Pagano's coaching. Scott Tolzien is NOT an NFL quarterback.
  15. Good, bad and ugly of the game

    The good: LA Rams The bad: Indianapolis Colts The ugly: I just can't bring myself to list it all. LOTS.