Definitely disagree. I greatly appreciated freeman and have a ton of respect for him and how he valued the organization after he left. However his production has been up and down vs Adams who has been very solid and has played above expectations.
Well your response is about as generic as the mask weakness and capitalize on strengths. And at this time of your it's all thught and next to no action. What's the next gem, if the Colts can outscore the other team they will win?
I think Chud is a better OC than Pep but I'm biased I thought very early on that Pep was a bad OC and I was harassed about it by other posters when the Colts went to the 2nd round in the playoffs and even moreso when they went to the AFCCG. But the NFL is too sophisticated and complicated to think a team can mask it's weaknesses. Some DC find those weaknesses and try to exploit them, the great DCs focus on stopping the other teams' strength and forcing them to rely on their weaknesses.
Hello my Name is Robin. And i'm from Denmark. even though i've been member on this forum for a long time, and the old one as well. I would like to Introduce myself. I became a Colts fan in 2007, when I watched my first NFL game. My brother introduced me to NFL, the superbowl between Colts & Bears, And as we all know the Bears scored first, so I had to rude for the "underdogs".. and from that day on I was hooked. I've watched every game since, even the primetime games, that starts 2:30 in Denmark, it's a long day working with no sleep but damn its worth it. Can't wait for my next big Colts adventure, when I get to see them playing in London
I have been a fan since 1984 when I became an early teen and really started to understand the game. Colts moved to Indianapolis in 1984 and eventhough we stunk for a while, things obviously got better. We traded for Dickerson in 1987 and won the Division, then we had Harbaugh's magical season in 1995, the Peyton ERA where winning 12 games was a piece of cake + winning a SB in 2006, now the Andrew ERA where we have already had 3 11 win seasons and a deep Playoff run.