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name the 2012 Colts that would be starters playing for

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Luck

Wayne

Vontae

Dwayne Allen( in the 2 Te set the 49ers like to run)

Mathis

Bethea

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1. Luck

2. Reggie

3. Castonzo- maybe somewhere on the O-line

4. Mathis- maybe

5. Bethea- maybe

6. Vontae

7. Dwayne Allen- Over Walker

8. T.Y. Hilton- in some heavy receiver packages with Manningham now on IR

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So is the OP asking what starters on this team would be starters for the 49ers?

 

This is a really weird question to present.

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So is the OP asking what starters on this team would be starters for the 49ers?

 

This is a really weird question to present.

The Forty Niners, by some, are considered to be the most complete and "deepest" team in the NFL. I think the question is a good one in that it's asking how far are we from being as complete, and do we have any talent that would start for that team. The answers thus far would indicate that we only have a few players that would start on the Forty Niners. This means that we have so much work to do, to be as solid of a team as they are.

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The Forty Niners, by some, are considered to be the most complete and "deepest" team in the NFL. I think the question is a good one in that it's asking how far are we from being as complete, and do we have any talent that would start for that team. The answers thus far would indicate that we only have a few players that would start on the Forty Niners. This means that we have so much work to do, to be as solid of a team as they are.

 

I understand that, but I like this team for what it is. I could care less about who would start for the 49ers on this team.

 

The 49ers are good in their own right that they are a very fast version of the west coast offense. I don't think our players are built like that.

 

I believe we are more suited as the vertical passing game like the old Raiders style of play. 

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You want to discuss about who on the current Colts roster has NFL championship caliber?

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I feel like this while trying to figure out the point to this post....
 

 

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Thanks Flash for your insightful response. Spot on.

Tonychen you ask the proper followup question. But maybe like this.

What 2012 Colts players can you see Starting in an AFC Championship game in 2 years?

Are/Could be Championship caliber players?

Offense

1) Castonzo at RT (11 sacks, he didn`t look as quick as last year to me)

2) Dwayne Allen

3) C Fleenor

4) Reggie

5) T.Y.

6) Ballard

7) Shipley

8) Ijalana

9) A Luck

So maybe a LT & stud guard away on Offense.

Like many I want to get Sizeable receiver in the System ASAP.

Defense

1) Vontae

2) Redding

3) Chapman

4) Freeman

5) Butler slot

Moala could improve in this D and be Solid

Bethea worries me a little.

That is a lot of holes to fill on D. LOTS of VG Playmakers Needed where we have holes on D!!

What players do you see as being good depth for a Championship caliber Team in 2 years?

Offense

1) L Brazzill

2) Reitz maybe, he still might make a starter????

3) McGlynn kinda ;)

Defense

1) K Connor

2) Fokou

3) J Hughes

4) L Guy

5) J Hickman

6) Mathis

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I feel like this while trying to figure out the point to this post....

 

 

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This reminds me of mike van...somthin'...somthin'..ght in the playoffs yrs back.

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This reminds me of mike van...somthin'...somthin'..ght in the playoffs yrs back.

I think was Mike Nagga nagga naggannaworkhereanymore!

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all 11 starters on offense and all 11 starters on defense would start for the colts in 2012!!!! there, question answered haha

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A fair question, but hard to answer because many players change when they move elsewhere.

 

Tim Jennings had 9 int's this last season. Likely NO one would have said he would be a starter for the Bears before last season. Just sayin....

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i can see mathis starting and bethea

No way does bethea start for the niners

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