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Colts promote Joe Gilbert to offensive line coach

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Too lazy to open the Link lol.

Who's Joe Gilbert???

 

Was the assistant o-line coach for Colts.

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Was the assistant o-line coach for Colts.

Oh, that guy. Well, so does he get an assistant now or it's just him???

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Ehhh...

I'd rather get a guy who didn't help coach the worst OL in football, but I suppose it was probably the lack of talent rather than the coach.

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Oh, that guy. Well, so does he get an assistant now or it's just him???

 

The real question is does the assistant of the assistant now get a new assistant?

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Too lazy to open the Link lol.

Who's Joe Gilbert???

That's taking laziness to new heights

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That's taking laziness to new heights

haha I had my apple juice in my hand. I'll pick apple juice over an article anyday haha

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Ehhh...

I'd rather get a guy who didn't help coach the worst OL in football, but I suppose it was probably the lack of talent rather than the coach.

 

Or, the glass half full - we got a guy who had to work with the worst line in football, and still had one of the better offenses in the game.

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haha I had my apple juice in my hand. I'll pick apple juice over an article anyday haha

 

You and your apple juice...man. haha   The mods should add a little "apple juice" icon just for you.

 

Anyway...this promotion doesn't really move me either way.  But I trust the front office knows what they are doing. If they upgrade the line talent, he'll probably wind up looking like a genius. 

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You and your apple juice...man. haha The mods should add a little "apple juice" icon just for you.

Anyway...this promotion doesn't really move me either way. But I trust the front office knows what they are doing. If they upgrade the line talent, he'll probably wind up looking like a genius.

Hey Hey Hey, leave me & my apple juice alone lol

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Does Joe want Seth Olson back?

 

If he comes back they should install a rear view mirror on his helmet.  That way he won't have to turn his head after every play to see who just beat him.

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I love orange juice and turkey bacon :)

2nd one, yes

1st one, Ehh only drink that to keep my Immune system up.

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If he comes back they should install a rear view mirror on his helmet.  That way he won't have to turn his head after every play to see who just beat him.

:funny:  haha  :lol:  :lol:

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Oh, that guy. Well, so does he get an assistant now or it's just him???

 

Probably, but he won't be the assistant Oline Coach, he'll be the assistant to the Oline Coach.

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The real question is does the assistant of the assistant now get a new assistant?

 

I'll call my assistant and find out....hang on.

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Mr. Isay said Jeff Saturday would have a place in the Colts front office or staff. He could be our offensive line assistant

I like that idea

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I called this, not to toot my own horn, but I just had a feeling Gilbert would be the guy instead of going out and hiring somebody from another team.

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could be a good move... he has worked with the line... knows what we need to do to protect Luck and get a strong rushing game going and He knows what we have in the T and G we alreday have, including the injured reserve list... I'm assuming he was able to work with them more on a one on one basis and can see potential as to a possible starter down the road or if we need to keep as back ups and look further... 

 

He and Grigs and Pagano have worked together for the first year... Consistency... what we missed this year on the Line due to injuries..

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Mr. Isay said Jeff Saturday would have a place in the Colts front office or staff. He could be our offensive line assistant

 

 

I tend to think more in the lines of a fron office job rather than an assistant to the O line coach.Give that spot to one of the younger guys already on our staff. Saturday is a bright guy that is great dealing with people , just have a feeling he'll end up in some teams front office.

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