Mike Tahoe

If you could pick, who you want to see the Colts pick in the Draft

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Just pure speculation but who would you be most happy with the Colts drafting this year? 

 

Although it wouldn't be popular opinion I would leave to see us take Forrest Lamp or Dalvin Cook in the first round.  Lamp along side Kelly and Mewhort would solidify the interior of our line for years to come 

 

Then we hopefully spend the next two or three rounds addressing the defense with another CB, NT, and ILB.

 

Thoughts?

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Rueben Foster is he's there. If not... Derek Barnett or Solomon Thomas if available.

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Lamp 1st round, unless Myles Garrett slips to #15... Ha!!

Mixon 2nd (he wont last until the 3rd)

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Garrett, Allen, Foster, Thomas, Lattimore, Adams, Hooker.

 

After they're all gone (and I expect they will be), I'm not too picky.  Hopefully just someone that will be able to come in and help us for 16 games while making a difference.  Preferably not a RB, but I can see the reasoning there.  I'd be fine with going OL again if we don't see a defender we like at 15.  Lamp or Bolles would ultimately be ok with me.  Or a trade back for more or future picks.

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Haason Reddick would be a great asset to this defense. He is so versatile he could rush the passer on 3rd and long, or ask to cover TEs and RBs out of the backfield.

 

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Barnett/Tak/Williams 1st

Cunningham/McMillan 2nd

Best available CB 3rd

Mixon 4th 

Reeves Maybin 4th 

 

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13 minutes ago, Dingus McGirt said:

Mixon, IMO, will not last past mid-3rd round.

 

 

Anyone have access to Vegas prop bet odds?  I wonder what the over/under is for him? 

 

They probably list a number, like over/under the hundredth player taken.

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13 minutes ago, Smonroe said:

 

Anyone have access to Vegas prop bet odds?  I wonder what the over/under is for him? 

 

They probably list a number, like over/under the hundredth player taken.

There are. Odds are  2 to 1 he gets in trouble again.

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4 minutes ago, LockeDown said:

Foster, Reddick or Tak are my preferences

Same here. If those 3 are gone, I'd either take a corner or try to trade down.

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Budda Baker. Undersized but has speed, instincts, and a tenacious play style. It would be interesting to see what a FS with range and instincts could do for the Colts secondary. 

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I'm just thinking of guys who SHOULD actually be there at 15. 

Now, I know that Todd McShay got flayed for suggesting Corey Davis to us today; but Davis is one of a couple of guys that actually, I think, have the most potential to be pro-bowl players,

So, love Corey Davis; Love the idea of OJ Howard; really like Dalvin Cook. 

Defense --- Love Reddick, Taco Charlton. Like Malik McDowell. Really liked Sidney Jones, feel bad for that guy. Budda Baker, Charles Harris.

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Lamp, I want a three down player that starts immediately. We really didn't address OL in FA with a new upgrade  starter.  We need to help Luck. 

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1 hour ago, LockeDown said:

There are. Odds are  2 to 1 he gets in trouble again.

We get it, you hate Mixon.....

 

25 minutes ago, rock8591 said:

Soloman Thomas. Justin Smith all over again.

There are concerns that Thomas isn't big enough to hold up as a 3-4 DE, but by that same token is too big to play 3-4 OLB. Regardless, he's an extremely talented & smart player, so I think he'll find a way to succeed.

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6'3'' and 273 for Soloman Thomas. IMO just the right weight. Can easily gain 7 lbs and be 280 for a 4-3 DE, or lose 8 pounds to get down to 265, same size as Terrell Suggs for a 3-4 OLB. Not to mention he's faster and more athletic too.

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RD1: Foster LB

RD2: McDowell DL

RD2: Mixon RB

RD3: Trade w/ 4th

RD4: Trade w/3rd

RD4: Monte Nicholson S

RD4: Caroll Phillips Edge

RD5: David Sharpe OL

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3 hours ago, gacoop1 said:

D Cook(1st), R Foster(2nd),C Harris(3rd). We have a Superbowl participant.

 

Seriously?

 

I'm hoping you meant these are your 1st, 2nd and 3rd choices for our 1st round pick, and not round numbers. 

 

You've got 3 first round players there.

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Hassan Reddick for me. 

 

Playmaker inside and a difference maker in multiple situations.

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First round- anything on the defensive side of the ball. Not an area we couldn't use talent and there will be a lot of options at 15.

LB- Foster, Reddick

CB- Conley or Tre'davious White

Edge- Barnett, McKinley

DL- Jonathan Allen

S- Hooker

 

 

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pray for a run on QBs, WRs, and RBs in the first and the Colts could be sitting pretty at 15

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4 hours ago, BProland85 said:

Haason Reddick would be a great asset to this defense. He is so versatile he could rush the passer on 3rd and long, or ask to cover TEs and RBs out of the backfield.

 

Same.

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1)Haason Reddick .. versatility! Rush LB, ILB, OLB + he can drop into coverage

 

2)Fabian Moreau .. Mayock's comments from Shrine game. Measurables back it up.

 

3)Nico Siragusa .. Opened holes for pumphrey. 320 lbs + short shuttle & 3cone @ Combine show his athleticism.

 

4)John Johnson or Kai Nacua .. Either one is great at Safety.

 

4)Ahkello Witherspoon .. Great size & measurables. I think he mirrors well which is why he had 22 PBUs. He HAS to get better vs the Run though.

 

4) Stevie Tu'ikolovatu .. NT from USC. Senior Bowl showcases some of the best players in college. Stevie T. held his own against Offensive linemen.

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I am going full Matt Miller.

 

I'd draft WR John Ross.

 

TY, Ross, Dorsett, Moncrief.

 

No opponent can defend that kind of speed.

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4 minutes ago, Coltfreak said:

Oh. Good another thread asking the same damn thing

 

It's pretty typical for the offseason, there's not much more to talk about.

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Hasson Reddick, best cover LB as well as the best blitz LB in the draft hands down better than Foster, best ILB prospect since Luke Kuechly and a better athlete, he is a rare talent that can be moved outside on passing downs to rush the passer, high football IQ, understands the game and a physical freak. Started out as a CB worked his way up to being the best LB in the nation, doesn't get the press Foster gets or surrounded by the talent Foster had, but watch the tape he is a rare talent, should be top five player.

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Guys I would be elated to have:

Foster

Lattimore

Adams

Hooker

Allen

Fournette

 

Guys I'd be quite happy to have

Reddick

Thomas

Lamp

Harris

 

Guys I would not complain if we got but would prefer to see in a tradeback:

Charles Harris

Gareon Conley

Tra'Davious White

Garret Bowles

Ryan Ramczyk

 

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31 minutes ago, TheJACKCOLT said:

Hasson Reddick, best cover LB as well as the best blitz LB in the draft hands down better than Foster, best ILB prospect since Luke Kuechly and a better athlete, he is a rare talent that can be moved outside on passing downs to rush the passer, high football IQ, understands the game and a physical freak. Started out as a CB worked his way up to being the best LB in the nation, doesn't get the press Foster gets or surrounded by the talent Foster had, but watch the tape he is a rare talent, should be top five player.

I like Reddick but this is a little bit over the top. Really only played ILB one game so it's hard to say he is better than Foster. 

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9 hours ago, Mike Tahoe said:

Just pure speculation but who would you be most happy with the Colts drafting this year? 

 

Although it wouldn't be popular opinion I would leave to see us take Forrest Lamp or Dalvin Cook in the first round.  Lamp along side Kelly and Mewhort would solidify the interior of our line for years to come 

 

Then we hopefully spend the next two or three rounds addressing the defense with another CB, NT, and ILB.

 

Thoughts?

We dont need a RB in the first round we need Cb SS or DT or NT

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