Wrong. You can't get a RB on Barkley's level anywhere. Let alone free agency. With 80 mil to spend, the Colts can shore up the D just nice.
Plus, what if Luck isn't healthy? Barkley would be a nice piece for a Brissett led offense. Barkley is a once in 10 yr RB. Chubb is great, but would be a mistake when we could have a once in a generation RB.
Well said. Someone said earlier that guys like Barkley can be found in the 3rd and 4th rounds. Wow. No comment needed.
Anyone who has seen Barkley play is simply amazed by him. A player of this level cannot be passed on. He will make you pay for years to come for passing on him. I wouldn't be surprised to see him go at #2 to the Giants. Then Chubb basically becomes a no-brainer.
In my experience with Colture, there were parts of it that were good, but I ultimately unsubscribed. I don't remember his name, but one of the guys would incessantly complain like a spoiled child for minutes at a time. Maybe in my younger years I could have appreciated that, but I can no longer sit and listen to someone scream, yell, and complain like a typical entitled millennial.
I think both players would be awesome for us, but I would absolutely love if we took Barkley. I've seen him do things that are truly incredible. We haven't had a great back since James and Barkley might be even better, (think) Barry Sanders. A true, immediate difference maker. But I wouldn't cry if we took the Chubster.
No one is required to listen to it. I haven't heard a Pagano-ism in ages because I stopped listening to post game nonsense. Or for that matter, even pregame stuff. I watch the Colts play, hope they win, then move on with my life.........
Exactly how I feel. I was kind of hoping the Colts would play hard until the end, then lose to a last second field goal. That way, you can see positives for next year and still get a great draft pick. But I really did not want to see a blow out.