I think both Good and Reitz will be active (but not 100%) this week. My guess is that the OL will be Costanzo-Mewhort-Kelly-Haeg-Reitz. As a young player, Good gets more time to get to 100% before (if) he resumes his starting role. Reitz plays injured in the more important RT role, where his experience is invaluable. I'm not worried, as it will be better than against SD, where we had RG Blythe and RT Haeg for the 2nd half...
First, I didn't say Davis was bad. I said he got better. Big difference. Huge difference.
Returning talent? Take it up with Grigson.
As for what Pagano is... you've just said he's average to below average, so you've already moved off your position that he's a bad coach.
By the way, you're new to the website. It's not like you're the only one making the argument, a number of posters here agree with you. So, you and I are just going to have to agree to disagree. This horse has been beaten to death.
Hi, Nils here....
I know a lot of Europeans support the Patriots, but all I can say is no way man, no way!
I'm not entirely sure when I started to follow and cheer for the Colts, but I has no shame in admitting that it was when Manning begun to really shine. It was probably back in 1999 because I seem to remember that play-off game against the Titans.
I also remember the I loved how the Colts would play a beautiful offensive game whereas other teams were boring with their defensive strengths. Aaaahh, those were the days!
I was introduced to American Football during my American Politics/presidential election study in Washington D.C. in the fall of 1996 (Clinton vs Dole). Didn't really get attached to any team back then, so you can say that Redskins just left me totally uninspired.
It is a great and welcoming forum here - and that is just how I remembered America too.