The tight end screen seemed to work very well but I hardly ever recall the Colts running it........... Hopefully with this OL, they can incorporate more screens into the mix. I don't know if I'm blind or if the OL was just so terrible they didn't run them often. It didn't seem like the Colts ran screen of any type on a consistent game basis.
Ohh except for those WR screens.............................zzzzzzzzzzz
We're talking about stuff like Y Banana, simple rollouts with easy progressions. The QB doesn't even necessarily have to throw on the move.
As you can tell, I think it will be fine. I don't think they're going to run a bootleg offense, but more play action, some designed rollouts and so on will add a dimension to the passing game, should simplify things for the QB, and will even make protections easier. I think it's a good thing.
I think we got steals in our 2 UDFA TEs.
Of all our UDFA's, I think I might be most excited about Griswold (close competition with the pass rushers). I think he has the size and the raw talent to be a big time player in the NFL. It seems like he really understands the game, but wasn't really given the opportunities to be a playmaker in his offensive system during college, though I don't doubt his blocking ability.
I think this is a nonstarter. Setting aside the draft pick, the Colts are committed to ~$180m in cash in 2016. I don't think they'll be adding another $30m to sign Wilkerson. I don't even think they'd add the $16m to keep him for one year on the tag.
I think they should make a run at him as a free agent in 2017. And I still doubt they do that.
I would say it is feeling great except for getting out of bed in the morning. HA! I have been swimming almost every day for hours. I have lost 2 pant sizes. Might have to change my position to Strong Safety
Thank you for asking. I appreciate it!!