Which one? I think Demarcus is highly likely to go undrafted. I think Rashard has a chance to go undrafted but may end up going in the 5-7 range. Both of those guys have hurt their stock with off the field stuff. They'd be 2nd or 3rd rounders if not for the off field issues. In fact its my opinion that if Rashard would have played more at LSU and hadn't had any issues he'd be a 1st rounder.
I don't care that you are not a "believer" in this approach, to each their own, but at least make sure you actually understand what it means...there are about multiple threads on this very site where this topic is discussed at length, I recommend reading at least one of them...maybe you will see it is not as black and white as you are making it.
I dont know why we lost, to be honest.
I know what lost the game for us......but I don't know why our play declined after we were offensively excellent much of the night.
I'm encouraged by the fact that we've led them for much of the last 2 games.
2 days off helps Mahinmi...
But our guards off the bench....Stuckey and Lawson....must produce average play at least.
..and Monta Ellis obviously has to score in big games.....its not enough for him to distribute the ball.
We don't have enough scoring without 15-20 from him
Times like this weekend are why we got him.....He looks hesitant and if he's not hurting I don't know why..
still hoping for a big Game 6
Definitely, my grandfather lived in Baltimore for a while and grew up watching him. He still pulled for Indy but always referred to them as Baltimore. I wasn't allowed to say the name Irsay in my house. The game sure has changed. I wish I could go back in time when players didn't get flagged for breathing on a player and defenses were actually feared by offenses.
Two very different eras and very different games. I started watching the Colts when Unitas stepped in for George Shaw. I have been a fan ever since but the move to Indy will always leave a bitter taste but it is what it is.