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  1. Ballards Potentially toughest off season decision

    We need a good backup--why the heck would you even consider trading Brissett
  2. Brissett 1 Mistake

    Big Ben turned the ball over on the 2nd possession of the game--does anyone seriously think he is not one of the all-time greats?
  3. Ryan Kelly

    I thought the right side of the O-line was an area of weakness. I don't understand everyone death riding Castanzo--he's not the best LT in the eague, but he's a long way from being the worst. I'd be looking to draft Nelson to play RG next season.
  4. I draw a comparison with a guy here in Australia. Billy Slater has been one of the top 2 or 3 Rugby League players here for several years. Due to a shoulder injury requiring surgery he missed out on playing for 2 years. There were a couple of false alarms that he was ready to return to the field, but it never happened. Once he finally did return to playing it was like he had never been away--in fact he was probably a better player. I certainly hope Andrew doesn't need another year to get his shoulder right, but if he does, patience will be required by everyone. The important thing is for him to get his shoulder 100%.
  5. Colts Working Out Multiple QB's Per Report

    Give RG3 a go
  6. What Do We Do With a Top 5 Pick?

    Has to be O-line. Something we should have been doing from when Luck was drafted. I would also look at trading Vontae for picks.
  7. Sean Payton vs. Chuck Pagano

    Or Pete Carroll in the last seconds of a Superbowl
  8. Explain this to me

    Doesn't matter who your OC is if the receivers can't catch the ball. One of the worst teams in the comp for dropping the ball--I realise that some of the catches are difficult, but these guys should be able to hold onto the ball a lot better than they are
  9. How hard is it to understand this?

    Just as pitiful as Russell Wilson in a Superbowl
  10. Thank you to Coach Pagano

    So, did Andrew meet him at the airport?
  11. Oh for goodness sake get over it. Long term the decision to let Peyton go was the correct one. Peyton was, and is still, a great player, but he's career will come to an end in the next couple of years. Andrew will be a great player for at least another 10-15 years. It's time some of you moved on--Andrew Luck will be the next 'all time great QB' and in 10 yrs time I'd rather him wearing a Colts jumper, than tearing holes through the Colts' defence