Archived

This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

Jules

Thursday injury report

19 posts in this topic

Tom James@TribStarTJames

Colts Thursday practice report: Full -- Avery, Bethea, Chapman, Freeney, Luck, TWilliams. LP -- Davis, Fleener. DNP -- Brown, Redding.

Tom James@TribStarTJames

Colts Thursday practice report addition: DNP -- Mathis (rest).

Mike Chappell@mchappell51

Worth noting on #colts practice report -- S Antoine Bethea (ankle) was full-go and CB Vontae Davis (knee) was limited. Each missed Wed.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Hopefully Chapman and Avery are able to play as well as Brown, we need him out there, I bet Redding sits this game, Hope he plays though, I could see Moala and Geathers or Guy Lawrence out there sunday (More likely Lawrence in my opinion)

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Hopefully Chapman and Avery are able to play as well as Brown, we need him out there, I bet Redding sits this game, Hope he plays though, I could see Moala and Geathers or Guy Lawrence out there sunday (More likely Lawrence in my opinion)

Who know about Redding. Arians said he might practice tomorrow.

And Redding said this:

Phillip B Wilson@pwilson24

#Colts DE Cory Redding (hip) assures about Sunday in locker room: "I'll be ready."

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I really hope Davis will be ready to go Sunday. Vontae at 75% is much better than Vaughan or Butler at 100%

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I really hope Davis will be ready to go Sunday. Vontae at 75% is much better than Vaughan or Butler at 100%

Vaughn? Yes. Butler.... Butler is not that bad. He's in our Top 3 CB's (Skillwise) on the Current Roster.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Vaughn? Yes. Butler.... Butler is not that bad. He's in our Top 3 CB's (Skillwise) on the Current Roster.

If you are a cb cut by the pats you have issues. I know he had a good game vs the jags but so does everybody who plays them. He wasnt good vs the pats but then again, few are. Being in the top three on our cb rotation is not anything to brag about. I truely hope he turns out to be a serviceable corner but he hasnt had enough success to date to say he is quality

2 people like this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

If you are a cb cut by the pats you have issues. I know he had a good game vs the jags but so does everybody who plays them. He wasnt good vs the pats but then again, few are. Being in the top three on our cb rotation is not anything to brag about. I truely hope he turns out to be a serviceable corner but he hasnt had enough success to date to say he is quality

So being a Starter in the NFL isn't anything to Brag about? Regardless of the Injuries, he'll be starting with Davis come Sunday. Yes, our Secondary isn't the greatest...... far from it actually. But if you're starting, you obviously have to be better than the current players

And as far as the Statement I put in Bold, try telling that to Vaughn. Not everyone has a Good game vs the Jags

1 person likes this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

How true. Vaughan and Butler really should be nickle or dime guys so i guess i shouldnt be too harsh when they are forced to play against #1 wr all game

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Vaughn? Yes. Butler.... Butler is not that bad. He's in our Top 3 CB's (Skillwise) on the Current Roster.

That's about the same as being the third fastest zombie on the walking dead.

3 people like this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Butler really hasn't played bad, he got burned a couple times vs the Pats, most do. He is better then Powers or any other Corner not named Vontae on our roster, He is not great but is big upgrade

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Butler really ahsnt played bad, he got burned a couple times vs the Pats, most do. He is better then Powers or any other Corner not named Vontae on our roster, He is not great but is big upgrade

Thank You Gavin, that's all I was saying smh

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

The report seem mostly positive. I'm most excited to see if this is the week Chapman plays, and I'm glad to see that Bethea back to full so quickly. We look to be in fairly good shape, but with Davis back I'd say we'd be in really good shape, but I can't ask for too much I guess.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Sounds like the Colts are partially maybe somewhat potentially not really perhaps almost not sure apparently supposedly reasonably possibly probably decently healthy.

But then again I'm not sure haha

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Man, seeing Chapman on this Report gives me chills. We're finally getting Healthy. Just wish we had Collie and Whalen to enjoy these moments with us smh

1 person likes this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Hope Chapman has had his head in the playbook... hope he suits up because I can't wait to see this kid play...

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Hope Chapman has had his head in the playbook... hope he suits up because I can't wait to see this kid play...

I'm glad to have him but I think people are way overestimating his value. It's going to take time for him to be in NFL shape, he probably will have very limited PT.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

just found this on rotoworld..

Vontae Davis - DB - Colts

Colts CB Vontae Davis (knee) is listed as doubtful for Week 12 after missing Friday's practice.

Davis practiced Wednesday, couldn't make it through a full workout on Thursday, and was held out entirely on Friday. So he's not going to play against the Bills. The Colts will continue to start Cassius Vaughn opposite Darius Butler. Josh Gordy will be the nickel back for Indianapolis' injury-riddled back end.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.

  • Thread of the Week

  • Topics

  • Posts

    • Actually, if I'm being totally honest here, I'd make NFL referees a permanent 12 month position with great benefits & a nice salary vs the temporary occupation it is now.    My reasoning is simple: If you compensate people well so that they can devote their entire time perfecting & improving their craft, they tend to excel at it & negate their mistakes over time.    Plus, with all the new rules/modifications that get tweaked every yr, it would be a wise move to validate to your referee crews that you value their attention to detail through their pocket book. When you pay people well, they strive to make their bosses look good. 
    • Pre-game & halftime interviews with both head coaches. Yeah I know, they are not an NFL rule per say unless you wanna count them as a CBA mandate to make themselves available to journalists during a game.    I just have never really gotten anything meaningful over these reporter/coach interactions. 90% of the remarks are tired cliches & even if you missed part of the game; nobody ever looks online to say hear what Erin Andrews asked a coach at halftime. 
    • I agree with taking away the taunting rule tool because it's just another version of smack talking live. If you wanna ban the throat slashing gesture, the pretend pistol firing gesture, or the archery firing motion fine; but everything else is fair game.   It's your job to shut your adversary up by scoring TDs or crippling their ground game on defense on 3rd down. And why is the league allowed to promote their shield & jerseys for profit but players can't engage in individual expressions of self promotion either? Seems highly hypocritical to me Mr. Commissioner. Just saying. 
    • I kind of agree with this reverting back I mean. This idea that both sides get an opportunity to touch the ball on offense is overrated to me. Yeah I know, the coin toss by a ref was given excessive weight to a random element of chance, but still. I liked it when the first score in OT even a FG could win the darn game. It was a rush man. The arbitrariness of it all in overtime so many things coaches had no control over: heads or tails on the toss, hearing what player captains declared on the field incorrectly before the toss itself; & life in general isn't fair anyway. Why should both teams get the ball in OT anyway? It gives almost voodoo magic mystique to how the coin lands.    Plus, a lot of players can get injured playing an extra quarter of football. They're tired, exhausted, & say a coach is on the hot seat by their owner & needs to make the playoffs to retain their job...And then wham the team looses their star WR or DB? Crap.    Not only that. Field Goals are crisp, clean, & the guys can get a shower faster & clean up sooner for post game interviews too.    Last but not least, one of the reasons I refuse to watch baseball is that the games take too long to finally conclude & the longer games play out the more it interferes with TV programming & sleeping habits of some fans too. Length isn't always an asset in broadcasting as producers or consumers overall. 
    •   That would be my pick too. I don't think any other team has underachieved as much in the past few years. They have questionmarks at LB, S, OL and HC, along with Rivers late game meltdowns but if Lynn proves out to be at least average coach, I think they are fairly serious threat. That's one stacked division they play in though and rough schedule.
  • Welcome New Members

  • Members

Community Software by Invision Power Services, Inc.