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About weslo1812

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    Im a huge sports fan!!! Football is my biggest passsion though, I cant stay away from it. I Love the colts and will always stand by them. I want to become a scout one day or even a sports writer.
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  1. Its only right when it comes to the Colts!
  2. Patriots don't need a lot of great players to be great or elite, they've shown it over the years. It's their ability to gameplan, make adjustments and properly use players to their strengths to maximize their productivity that takes them to the level they are at. And on top of that they have a guy like Brady to run the show on offense. Their coaching and preparation is one of a kind. And for this upcoming season I have no doubts they will be potent on offense and they will find some creative and effective ways to use Cooks. Then if they get so fortunate to keep Gronk healthy for the entire season it's really gonna be a struggle for opposing defenses. And right now there is no in the AFC who has shown they are capable of giving the Pats a run for their money, so as of right now I think the road back to the SB looks pretty easy for them.
  3. Initially they may look like nothing special, but what can make them special is that the Patriots know how to develop thier players and use them according to thier strengths. With the way they know how to develop and effectively use players, a 4th round pick for them can be as good as 1st rounder for majority of other teams.
  4. Not neccasarily, we don't know exactly why he may have been played less, there could be a variety of reasons. But I do know when he played he was probably more effective in his time then Parry ever really has been. Parry just got washed out of the way like a pebble more than I care to remember.
  5. Yep...and better coverage on the back end can give those guys that extra second or two to get home. It all plays hand in hand. I think we've finally got some pieces in place, now we'll see what happens and what our coaches can do with it. There is no excuse now for not having something to work with in my opinion.
  6. We got Hankins in the middle which should help alot against the run, a true NT finally. Guys likes Morrison and Jackson, Spence and Walker all have that downhill attack ability, plus we'll be able to bring Geathers down if we need to as well with having a safety like Hooker on the back end. Then you have Sheard and Simon on the Edge with the young guys, I think we've finally got pieces in place to be able to stop the run. If anything my concern will be staying healthy ie Anderson and Langford. The actual weakness of most of our ILBers is pass coverage, that's what may still present a problem for us. I don't know who we have to cover the middle.
  7. I think it'll be Parry or Hunt...McGill was one of our best DL last year when he played, so unless he has a major drop off I doubt he'll be gone.
  8. The Browns have already come out and said they may end up not keeping him. There is alot of concern around his off the field issue. Im glad we stayed away.
  9. NFL.com has them at the top of the list for draft winners, clamoring over the supposed great WR picks they made.
  10. Yep I noticed this....it seemed that they tried to avoid talking about Colts picks. They really had no interest in discussing anything Colts. But they'd spend nearly 10 min discussing other teams picks and gushing about them.
  11. Mack is definitely a guy that can take it to the house if he hits open field, dude has some wheels. Grover is has nice measurables, but will need refinement. Well see if our staff can develop some of these guys.
  12. Banner has nice size but bad mobility...Doesn't move well at all. A project type of guy, probably needs to be told to loose about 30lbs at least.
  13. Great stuff...something we haven't had on D in a while...guys who can really impact the ball and create those turnovers. But as you say at the end it's too bad we don't have a staff that really knows how use a player to strengths and maximize his potential.
  14. Yeah...and I'm not trying say Watson is horrible or has no potential. He definitely has potential and he's a winner. My whole thing is just what they gave up to go as high as they did, and then the other players that were there that could have been had that were alot better value and could be instant impact guys instead reaching because of having a desperate need. And now Texans don't have a 1st or 2nd rounder next year which hurts.

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