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TY better perform. He's under scrutiny.   Also, Moncrief better perform.  I've always thought Moncrief was the best receiver on the team.  However, I'm realizing he tends to lay down and take games off.  I hope the Colts made the right decision in trading Dorsett and keeping Moncrief.

Go BLUE!!!

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I hope they both step up too. Doyle needs to stay on the track he is on and we need the running game to improve. I'm with TY, I think we will win a close game.

 

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If the Colts fall to the Browns, I wonder if there's going to be any firings.

 

I still can't believe we've stooped down to the Browns level that everybody's second guessing who's going to win. 

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8 minutes ago, Devildog said:

If the Colts fall to the Browns, I wonder if there's going to be any firings.

 

I still can't believe we've stooped down to the Browns level that everybody's second guessing who's going to win. 

doubtful.   As much as I want Pagano and Co gone, Jim Irsay has never fired a HC mid season. 

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7 minutes ago, csmopar said:

doubtful.   As much as I want Pagano and Co gone, Jim Irsay has never fired a HC mid season. 

 

That's true but we don't know if Ballard is the type who would just sit around and do nothing.  I guess we'll just wait and see.

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1 hour ago, Devildog said:

If the Colts fall to the Browns, I wonder if there's going to be any firings.

 

I still can't believe we've stooped down to the Browns level that everybody's second guessing who's going to win. 

 

56 minutes ago, csmopar said:

doubtful.   As much as I want Pagano and Co gone, Jim Irsay has never fired a HC mid season. 

 

I agree, it likely won't happen until the end of the year.  It never makes a poor performing team good.  It does improve the projected record up a game , maybe 2 at the max.

 

enhance

 

47 minutes ago, Devildog said:

 

That's true but we don't know if Ballard is the type who would just sit around and do nothing.  I guess we'll just wait and see.

 

Ballard already has guys on his interview list.  It's a good bet they won't be eligible to interview until the off season. Thus firings only comfort the torches and pitchfork crowd, but don't really improve the team.  Even a new regime will take time to implement, evaluate (and get players for that system, then the gelling period.  We are not a player or two away for contending for the Super Bowl, unfortunately.

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2 minutes ago, ColtsBlueFL said:

 

 

I agree, it likely won't happen until the end of the year.  It never makes a poor performing team good.  It does improve the projected record up a game , maybe 2 at the max.

 

enhance

 

 

Ballard already has guys on his interview list.  It's a good be they won't be eligible to interview until the off season. Thus firings only comfort the torches and pitchfork crowd, but don't really improve the team.  Even a new regime will take time to implement, evaluate (and get0 players for that system, then the gelling period.  We are not a player or two away for contending for the Super Bowl, unfortunately.

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47 minutes ago, ColtsBlueFL said:

 

 

I agree, it likely won't happen until the end of the year.  It never makes a poor performing team good.  It does improve the projected record up a game , maybe 2 at the max.

 

enhance

 

 

Ballard already has guys on his interview list.  It's a good bet they won't be eligible to interview until the off season. Thus firings only comfort the torches and pitchfork crowd, but don't really improve the team.  Even a new regime will take time to implement, evaluate (and get players for that system, then the gelling period.  We are not a player or two away for contending for the Super Bowl, unfortunately.

 

I can dig that.  Would you happen to know if there are any significant candidates?

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50 minutes ago, ColtsBlueFL said:

 

 

Ballard already has guys on his interview list.  It's a good bet they won't be eligible to interview until the off season. Thus firings only comfort the torches and pitchfork crowd, but don't really improve the team.  Even a new regime will take time to implement, evaluate (and get players for that system, then the gelling period.  We are not a player or two away for contending for the Super Bowl, unfortunately.

 

I agree for the most part, but if the team has a coordinator or other positional coach that they think could become a good HC, then firing the HC and promoting that coach to interim HC gives you a great example to evaluate him.  Now, I don't think there are any coaches on the current staff that I'd want to even consider for a future HC position...so specifically regarding the Colts I do agree.  The only one I'd even want to see promoted to interim HC would be Philbin because I have very little confidence in Chud, and those are the only 2 I could even see being in consideration.  Well, maybe Brian  Schottenheimer.

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7 minutes ago, Devildog said:

 

I can dig that.  Would you happen to know if there are any significant candidates?

 

I doubt anyone has any idea what names are actually on that list.   The only one to even really speculate on is Dave Toub and that's only based on rumors (not anything Ballard has ever publicly said) that he wanted to bring Toub with him to replace Pagano, which I frankly never believed to begin with.  Not the fact that he may have wanted to replace Pagano, but I don't see a first time GM having his mind made up on who he wants as his HC without conducting an actual coaching search and interviewing multiple candidates.

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3 hours ago, Devildog said:

If the Colts fall to the Browns, I wonder if there's going to be any firings.

 

I still can't believe we've stooped down to the Browns level that everybody's second guessing who's going to win. 

We haven't "stooped", our starting franchise quarterback is out. 

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1 hour ago, Devildog said:

 

I can dig that.  Would you happen to know if there are any significant candidates?

 

Se J@son answer below  -vvv-

 

1 hour ago, J@son said:

 

I doubt anyone has any idea what names are actually on that list.   The only one to even really speculate on is Dave Toub and that's only based on rumors (not anything Ballard has ever publicly said) that he wanted to bring Toub with him to replace Pagano, which I frankly never believed to begin with.  Not the fact that he may have wanted to replace Pagano, but I don't see a first time GM having his mind made up on who he wants as his HC without conducting an actual coaching search and interviewing multiple candidates.

 

If i had to hazard a guess, then I would list-

I do not know for sure. I would think Dave Toub is on the list.  Others, maybe-

New blood-
Harold Goodwin,
Edgar Bennet
Kris Richards

 

Well thought of on the inside-
Matt Patricia
Jim Bob Cooter
Mike Vrabel

Teryl Austin

 

Retreads that may work on x2 try-
Josh Mcdaniels
Mike Smith
Steve Spagnuolo
Jim Scwhartz

 

Pie in the Sky-
Jim Harbaugh
Nick Saban (retread)

 

 

 

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Yeah if the colts can't beat the browns then someone has to be fired ASAP it doesn't get no worse then the browns they have been losers for years and the last time hilton spoke up he gave a better perfomance so hopefully this will happen

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You wanna act like a star, you better give me a star effort. -- Coach Yoast, Remember the Titans

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The Browns game is a must-win and a no-win situation. Weird. 

 

If we win the game, it is a case of "Not a big deal, it was the Browns for crying out loud" and if we lose, it is a case of "OMG, it was the Browns for crying out loud!!!". :dunno:

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TY, how about guaranteeing to catch some balls thrown your way.  And instead of trying to dive for a first down, make sure it's a first down for sure.

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2 hours ago, SteelCityColt said:

This is going to go one of two ways..

 

What if it ends in a tie?

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1 hour ago, ColtsBlueFL said:

 

Se J@son answer below  -vvv-

 

 

If i had to hazard a guess, then I would list-

I do not know for sure. I would think Dave Toub is on the list.  Others, maybe-

New blood-
Harold Goodwin,
Edgar Bennet
Kris Richards

 

Well thought of on the inside-
Matt Patricia
Jim Bob Cooter
Mike Vrabel

Teryl Austin

 

Retreads that may work on x2 try-
Josh Mcdaniels
Mike Smith
Steve Spagnuolo
Jim Scwhartz

 

Pie in the Sky-
Jim Harbaugh
Nick Saban (retread)

 

 

 

 

 

You forgot one the guy a majority of the fans here want back, granted its a pipe dream......

 

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1 hour ago, ColtsBlueFL said:

 

Se J@son answer below  -vvv-

 

 

If i had to hazard a guess, then I would list-

I do not know for sure. I would think Dave Toub is on the list.  Others, maybe-

New blood-
Harold Goodwin,
Edgar Bennet
Kris Richards

 

Well thought of on the inside-
Matt Patricia
Jim Bob Cooter
Mike Vrabel

Teryl Austin

 

Retreads that may work on x2 try-
Josh Mcdaniels
Mike Smith
Steve Spagnuolo
Jim Scwhartz

 

Pie in the Sky-
Jim Harbaugh
Nick Saban (retread)

 

 

 


The last two years were pretty great for coaching candidates. Kinda worried about this year's crop honestly. I want to be rid of Chuck probably more than most but this is going to be a real interesting search if we finally do part ways with him.

There are a few intriguing names. I like Jim Bob Cooter and if he keeps the Lions offense going like this he could be one of my favorites. Toub is interesting too.

I think what worries me most are the amount of possible retreads. Guys like Smith and Schwartz. Topping it off with a guy like Gruden who I'm just not sold on.

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59 minutes ago, SteelCityColt said:

 

It still wouldn't be the win he guaranteed :P

He didn't guarantee a win though, just that the Colts won't be 0-3.  So if it's a tie, then TY would be correct. :)

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TY said something like this last year before the Chargers when we were 0-2 and he had his best game of the season. Hopefully we get another such effort.

 

Also, and this isn't directed to Hilton but it's kinda sad (and funny) now that we gotta guarantee wins vs the Browns haha

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4 hours ago, Fisticuffs111 said:


The last two years were pretty great for coaching candidates. Kinda worried about this year's crop honestly. I want to be rid of Chuck probably more than most but this is going to be a real interesting search if we finally do part ways with him.

There are a few intriguing names. I like Jim Bob Cooter and if he keeps the Lions offense going like this he could be one of my favorites. Toub is interesting too.

I think what worries me most are the amount of possible retreads. Guys like Smith and Schwartz. Topping it off with a guy like Gruden who I'm just not sold on.

 

I got him along with another guy on my list, that I avoided posting for my own faitly obvious reasons...

 

Jon Gruden

Bill Cowher

 

'Nuff said.

 

 

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9 hours ago, Mister P said:

TY better perform. He's under scrutiny.   Also, Moncrief better perform.  I've always thought Moncrief was the best receiver on the team.  However, I'm realizing he tends to lay down and take games off.  I hope the Colts made the right decision in trading Dorsett and keeping Moncrief.

Go BLUE!!!

 

They are performing. With a backup QB

Truth time...we're supposed to lose EVERY game without Andrew..

If we win anything, its an upset

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If TY had been stepping up the way he should the Colts would have beaten the Cards and be 1-1 right now. So TY please spare the talk...lets see some action.

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I'd prefer if TY keeps his mouth shut until he himself leads by example and shows his "bravado" in his onfield production.

TY looks a little too comfortable to me. He smiles and jokes a lil too much after drops and mistakes for my taste.  I don't think its a coincidence Dorsett is ballin in NE.  I'm sure he was told to catch the ball, stay on the field (health) and dont make mistakes or you wont play.  We need alittle more accountability around here, not hugs.  the hammer drops at the end of the season.  

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Well this has turned into another bash and fire Pagano thread.

It started out a TY Hilton thread and was derailed pretty quick.

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Colts win a nailbiter!

Only way I see chuck getting the axe is a defeat in the manner of LA.

If they lose a close one can't see Ballard firing him

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11 hours ago, WoolMagnet said:

I'd prefer if TY keeps his mouth shut until he himself leads by example and shows his "bravado" in his onfield production.

TY looks a little too comfortable to me. He smiles and jokes a lil too much after drops and mistakes for my taste.  I don't think its a coincidence Dorsett is ballin in NE.  I'm sure he was told to catch the ball, stay on the field (health) and dont make mistakes or you wont play.  We need alittle more accountability around here, not hugs.  the hammer drops at the end of the season.  

Dorsett is ballin? Where?

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11 hours ago, WoolMagnet said:

 I don't think its a coincidence Dorsett is ballin in NE.

he had one OK game and was injured

 

 

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11 hours ago, WoolMagnet said:

I'd prefer if TY keeps his mouth shut until he himself leads by example and shows his "bravado" in his onfield production.

TY looks a little too comfortable to me. He smiles and jokes a lil too much after drops and mistakes for my taste.  I don't think its a coincidence Dorsett is ballin in NE.  I'm sure he was told to catch the ball, stay on the field (health) and dont make mistakes or you wont play.  We need alittle more accountability around here, not hugs.  the hammer drops at the end of the season.  

In what way is dorsett ballin?

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11 hours ago, WoolMagnet said:

I'd prefer if TY keeps his mouth shut until he himself leads by example and shows his "bravado" in his onfield production.

TY looks a little too comfortable to me. He smiles and jokes a lil too much after drops and mistakes for my taste.  I don't think its a coincidence Dorsett is ballin in NE.  I'm sure he was told to catch the ball, stay on the field (health) and dont make mistakes or you wont play.  We need alittle more accountability around here, not hugs.  the hammer drops at the end of the season.  

TY does lead by example. He lead the league in yardage last season with his starting QB playing. To expect him to have good numbers with Tolzien and a QB who has one start for the team is really unreal of you.

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