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About coltsfanej

  • Birthday 07/05/1989


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    Report: Colts signing WR Ryan Grant

    More hands catches on that video than Moncrief has in his career.
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    What Would Luck Do (WWLD)

    Luck says to trade down a few picks. Take Nelson. Then take the BPA out of RB WR and more OL. With at least three OL a RB and 1 or 2 WRs. All offense! Don’t let me come back to a crap Oline. I want a top 5 Oline with a dynamic RB partner to pair with Mack. And someone that can get open so that I don’t have to throw to TY and Jack every time.
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    Trade Back Ideas

    Trade down is fine but I’d want us to stay in range for a blue chip player. And with the picks we collect I’d like to trade back into the first if someone we really like drops some.
  4. A lot of variables. The biggest being Luck. If he’s crack and good as ever with some hits in FA and a couple studs in draft I think we can compete for it all. But that takes a lot of things going our way. If Luck is rusty or have to ride with Brissett and just a decent FA and draft. I think about .500 is where we’ll be.
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    Welcome Coach Reich!!

    We got the right guy! Go Colts!!
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    Why did Garcon not re-sign with the Colts in 2012?

    He got more money than I think he deserved at that time. Also was inconsistent with some awesome catches and bad drops. We got Reggie cheaper and for a little while he still balled out. I think a few years with Reggie helped more with Luck and Hilton’s progression than 5 years with Garçon would have.
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    So here’s something crazy(rumor)

    Thanks for sharing what you heard.
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    Silver Lining...?

    To me the silver lining is that we don’t have Josh McDaniels as our HC! I spent the last month talking myself into him. But looks like he is right where he belongs. He is a better fit there, he wouldn’t fit in at an ethical organization. I just feel bad for the assistants that we’ve brought in. GO COLTS!!
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    Rest In Peace, Edwin Jackson

    Very sad. None of us know when we will be taken out of this life. That’s why it’s so important to always be ready. Luke 12:40 KJV [40] Be ye therefore ready also: for the Son of man cometh at an hour when ye think not.
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    Chubb or Barkley at #3?

    Yes very close! I don’t think either option is wrong. Just two different ways of thinking.
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    Chubb or Barkley at #3?

    I really like the idea of trading back a a few spots and then taking that draft capital we collect to come back up into the first. Then with those two picks get 2 of Chubb, Nelson, Fitzpatrick and Smith. Given that one of them drop out of the top 10 or 15 to make the trade up viable. All are the best at their position. I love the idea of turning our first and second rounders into 2 top 10 talent players by moving around a little.
  12. Just read this draft profile and then tell me u don’t pick him at 3!! Barkley is a talented back who should garner a top-five pick in this year's draft, regardless of the idea the past few years that the shelf life and durability of running backs doesn't warrant the risk of a top pick. Barkley is durable enough to handle a season full of carries, and with the CBA rules putting a ceiling on rookie salaries, it will be tough for teams to pass on such a talented, polished back that will be a franchise back for years to come. Barkley is as compact and coiled an athlete that the running back position has seen since Adrian Peterson. Barkley is explosive, powerful and balanced, the three most shining traits that are evident when he ran the ball for Penn st. He is a heady and instinctual player who is patient enough to wait for blocks to develop within the scheme and quick enough to change course and cut backfield to daylight. Barkley has a strong core that he uses to break arm tackles and get physical leverage under would-be blockers or blitzers in pass protection. He is a true three-down back who can be effective on screens and out of the backfield catching the ball. Barkley is an ideal height, big enough to remain a force in the power run game, yet small enough to remain elusive and hide behind blocks..... Oops, wait this is the draft profile on Trent Richardson that I accidentally replaced with Barkley and Penn State for. My bad.... and no I am not saying Barkley is a bust. Just saying I’d rather not take a RB at 3. But if we do I hope he is awesome! I just hope we can block and keep people from scoring 30 points as well.
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    Your Draft Simulator Results

    Yea I agree but that’s kinda how all draft projections are this time of year lol.
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    We’re not doing the Star Wars stuff again

    Yes it was a the greatest of my life as well! Only thing that would have made it better was more Super Bowl rings!! And for that we needed a better run defense and an offensive line better at run blocking. The one Super Bowl we won; It wasn’t because of our high flying offense tearing it up in the playoffs. The defense stopped the run and we ran the ball effectively!
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    Jack Doyle Is not # 1 Material

    Please list the 32 other TEs playing that are better than Jack Doyle.