Jump to content

Colts Game Day

Colts Game Day Thread
All posting during Colts game time that is about the game, must either be in the game day thread or in chat.

176 topics in this forum

    • 2,017 replies
    • 31,175 views
    • 1,276 replies
    • 16,504 views
    • 1,355 replies
    • 17,274 views
    • 906 replies
    • 12,450 views
    • 728 replies
    • 9,675 views
    • 739 replies
    • 11,035 views
    • 891 replies
    • 12,559 views
    • 950 replies
    • 13,207 views
    • 810 replies
    • 11,370 views
    • 594 replies
    • 9,883 views
    • 659 replies
    • 10,318 views
    • 447 replies
    • 6,500 views
    • 801 replies
    • 12,014 views
    • 1,128 replies
    • 16,017 views
    • 1,285 replies
    • 16,461 views
    • 962 replies
    • 13,130 views
    • 678 replies
    • 10,200 views
    • 748 replies
    • 11,980 views
    • 169 replies
    • 3,684 views
    • 284 replies
    • 5,759 views
    • 374 replies
    • 6,439 views
    • 367 replies
    • 7,730 views
    • 326 replies
    • 12,618 views
    • 428 replies
    • 9,823 views
    • 417 replies
    • 11,930 views
  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.

  • SEASON TICKETS

    2019 Season Tickets On Sale Now! Visit Colts.com to learn more.
  • Posts

    • With no TEs under contract beyond the 2019 season, TE is most definitely a need, albeit more of an under the radar need than a glaring one. But if a guy like Hockensen is there, & all of the DL/EDGE guys that the Colts have 1st round grades on are gone, then I have zero issues taking a TE.
    • I don't like how any of the available simulators do it. They all use a single board for all teams and as we know this is not how the draft works... different teams have different boards and they draft by them while factoring in needs to some extent.    I wanted to make a different type of simulator myself, but didn't have the time this year. I think I will make one for next year and I will take different boards and assign them to different teams and this way you could get more representative way of how the draft would unfold. Ideally you would have some approximation for a board for all different teams. For example, if you know that a team runs zone blocking scheme predominantly you bump up all zone blocking OLinemen and you drop all the power blocking OLinement for this team's specific board... If they run press-man defense you bump up the best press-corners and you drop all the off-man zone corners for this team's specific board.. .etc. You get the idea. Get somewhat personalized boards for every team depending on what they run and how they play.   It won't be perfect but I feel like it might give you better idea of how teams would draft and IMO it will give you better prediction of what the chance is that certain players drop to certain positions. 
    • Understandable, but yeah. I have no college team rooting interest in this one. I just like Tillery better. (on the field that is... Wilkins seems to be drawing rave reviews about his off-field/leadership/character stuff, while like we discussed earlier Tillery is drawing some questions about being too well-rounded outside of football... I don't know how to evaluate those and I haven't talked to them so... I defer to who I like on the field and leave the character evaluation to the pros(Ballard and the Colts FO))
    • I don't know how to do it, but I'm pretty sure they can create an aggregate big board with a bunch of different boards, mocks, variables, etc., and track the trends from that board as the draft unfurls. TDN has a predictive big board that their mock machine is based on. It can't be that hard.
  • Topics

×
×
  • Create New...