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Worst Colts Of All-Time

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I thought this might be fun to remember those who didn't work out so well. It might "lighten the mood" too.

I feel we have to start with Trev Alberts.

Any others?

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any Defensive Tacle to this point outside of Tony Siragusa?

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I forgot he was even a Colt I remember him from the eagles

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I forgot he was even a Colt I remember him from the eagles

We'd ALL like to forget he was a Colt!

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Nah Linkenbach hasnt been around that long and is still learning, of course I could make it easy and say anyone who has ever played in the colts secondary in the last 20 years

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well Id like to forget Rob Morris was a colt

They made him a starter after the embarrassing lose to the Jags in 06, and he became a huge part of the SB run

The SB run clears any mistakes from the past

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They made him a starter after the embarrassing lose to the Jags in 06, and he became a huge part of the SB run

The SB run clears any mistakes from the past

Yea, he played ok in '06.

Plus, he wrestled alligators. That has to count for something!

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Chip Vaughn. Two back-to-back unsportsmanlike penalties... Even though it was preseason, anyone who can make Jim Caldwell mad is a bad player in my book!

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"Yo Vaughn, how ya like me now!?! Let's eat!"

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No list is complete without QB Jared Lorenzen!

aka "Jumbo Giant," "Quarter(got)back", "QBese," "Hefty Lefty," "The Pillsbury Throwboy", "J.Load", "Round Mound of Touchdown", "Tubby Gunslinger","BBQ (Big Beautiful Quarterback)," "Battleship Lorenzen", "Butterball", and "Lord Of The Ring-Dings".

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315lbs of pure muscle sporting lucky #13! In preseason, J.Load threw several deep passes, one deep down middle into double (triple?) coverage that got intercepted. Afterwards, Tom Moore (the OC at the time) told J.Load on the sidelines not to throw those kinds of passes, and J.Load blew up in the old man's face! It was caught on camera.

Ironically, he went to the Giants and won a Superbowl ring as their backup, so he's tied with Manning for number of Superbowl wins.

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Ill go with final answer, anyone that ever played defensive tackle for the colts with the exception of Tony Siragusa

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Ill go with final answer, anyone that ever played defensive tackle for the colts with the exception of Tony Siragusa

We wouldn't have won a super bowl without booger and weren't people in love with Nevis last year?

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Last I remembered Nevis got injured and booger had better years by far before he came to our team

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Last I remembered Nevis got injured and booger had better years by far before he came to our team

Both are still far from the worst colt to ever play. That's also over looking Elis Johnson McCoy and reagor all three of which were solid dts for us. Also excluded is Simon who turned out to be a punk but the one year he played for us he was a large part of why the 2005 defense was so good. Guys like painter art schilister and kerwin bell were far worse.

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No list is complete without QB Jared Lorenzen!

aka "Jumbo Giant," "Quarter(got)back", "QBese," "Hefty Lefty," "The Pillsbury Throwboy", "J.Load", "Round Mound of Touchdown", "Tubby Gunslinger","BBQ (Big Beautiful Quarterback)," "Battleship Lorenzen", "Butterball", and "Lord Of The Ring-Dings".

jared-lorenzen-2008-nfl-pro-football-hall-of-fame-game-indianapolis-colts-vs-washington-redskins-16-30-august-3-2008-Z78f66.jpg

315lbs of pure muscle sporting lucky #13! In preseason, J.Load threw several deep passes, one deep down middle into double (triple?) coverage that got intercepted. Afterwards, Tom Moore (the OC at the time) told J.Load on the sidelines not to throw those kinds of passes, and J.Load blew up in the old man's face! It was caught on camera.

Ironically, he went to the Giants and won a Superbowl ring as their backup, so he's tied with Manning for number of Superbowl wins.

Captain Humpback

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I found footage of "Lord Of The Ring-Dings" making defenders miss!... His throwing ability is under scrutiny, but there's no question he's tough to bring down! Check out that sold out crowd!

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Not really the worst player, but one of the biggest busts to ever play for the Colts.

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I would go with this

It would be hard to argue any Colt could be worse that Schlicter. Sorry for name calling, but what an *!

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It would be hard to argue any Colt could be worse that Schlicter. Sorry for name calling, but what an *!

I think flaming a player can be excused in this case. He defined "*ic" and was an embarrassment to everything horseshoe.

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