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  1. Colts on pace to give up 100 sacks in the last TWO years

    How does a team get to that point? Where it's a problem between all phases. Incredible.
  2. Matthias Farley - Trade Bait??

    He is good depth. You keep him even as a starter. The dude is a baller. Colts problem is injuries. Need depth if anything.
  3. Brock Osweiler is now 3-0 against the Colts

    The off season will be more exciting than the season has been.
  4. Idk if this has been posted yet or not, and I really don't want to go through this whole thread to find it. But this is the the latest I have seen on Luck:
  5. Broncos at Colts

    Brissettt isn't good enough to carry this team to very many wins. I don't foresee a Colts win. Any given Sunday the colts show the same problems all around
  6. Contract projection for Jack Mewhort

    Last I heard, Mewhort was considering retirement.
  7. What if? (Edgerrin James 2001 injury)

    Which makes RBs like edge a luxury. As much as the NFL has changed, some things just don't.
  8. Any of y'all go to the game yesterday?

    I didn't go, but that two point conversion call back screwed the Colts. There's no way you make that call unless your goal is to prolong the game. Not only did they cause the colts loss, they made every stay for another qtr of football in about a foot of snow. They just hate us don't they!
  9. What if? (Edgerrin James 2001 injury)

    I agree completely. We as fans have been watching the oline decline every year since 2008. 2006-2007 Addai rushed for 1000+ each year. After that is where it gets interesting. If I'm not mistaken, Gore has been our first 1000 yard rusher since then. You're talking about almost 10 years without a 1000 yard rusher. And in the same time span, i think there has been around 4, 100 yard rushing games. When you cant run block you become predictable. Stop us from passing the ball and you slow the Colts way down. I understand why everyone wants a running back early every single draft. Having a rush attack makes things run silky smooth, and you can control time of possession easier. I just don't see why we have to get a running back before we get an oline. Let's say your top RB gets injured? No other guy is going to make things happen behind our line. Upgrade the line, you upgrade the running game, which means you upgrade the entire team. So it's really just a debate between RB and Team. Do you want a better team? Or a better RB? (Just thinking out loud)
  10. Do The Colts Need Another TE?

    Seeing as how we don't know fire sure what scheme we will be playing next year, I will take a wait and see approach. Out of all our needs TE isn't high on the list. More like a luxury. It's going to be a very interesting off season.
  11. What if? (Edgerrin James 2001 injury)

    The only way I'm okay with drafting a RB early is if we attack oline aggressively in FA. It's great to play what ifs, and edge was special before and after the injury. But you can't compare a draftee to a HOF finalist in the sense that things will work out just as good as it did when we drafted edge. We could draft him, but if the oline remains second priority, you won't see a ton of success. JMO. I like how you weaved James into the conversation, while talking about drafting Barkley.
  12. Best Way to Describe the 2017 Colts

    You dont try and kick a 43 yard field goal in a foot of snow just because he made one previously from that same spot. Who cares if the snow was cleared? He barely made the first one. Out of the 2 options, you go for a closer target. Maybe that's JMO.
  13. Best Way to Describe the 2017 Colts

    I have a problem with the way we handled those 50+ seconds at the end of the game. You have 50+ seconds and you run one play then spike it. Where is the logic in that?
  14. Indy dome team stereotype

    Reggie Wayne, Marvin Harrison, Dallas Clark, didn't do much after they left. Peyton brought everyone up around him. After what happened in Denver taking them to 2 SBs should tell you a lot. And with two different head coaches. % he took both Dungy and Caldwell to the SB. What QB does that? He had absolutely no defense while he was in Indy; and the Special teams unit continually sucked for many of his years here. i agree that the supporting cast had some good players, and I shouldn't have used the words "one man show". But we leaned too much on his talents and amazing work ethic.
  15. Eli Manning

    It's like they just didn't want him to get the consecutive starts record. He has just become the starter again. And it had nothing to do with Smith inability to play.