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  1. Dang DeForest. That man had a family.
    30 points
  2. And your user name is still misspelled. We all have things to work on
    26 points
  3. Best case is you invite both over, have a couple cocktails, and see if they like each other too.
    24 points
  4. Cutting Kelly might mean the FO is pleased with Eason's progress. The cut could be a sign of good things.
    22 points
  5. Feels like Christmas Eve.... Twas the night before kickoff, when all through the bubble, Not a player was clubbing, not one bit of trouble. The new visors were hung, buy the lockers with care, In hopes that Covid, would not pass through the air. The players were nestled, all quarantined in their beds, While visions of a road victory, danced in their heads. Still watching college football, with wine in the glass, I'm thinking of Rivers, making his first deep scoring pass. My stomach is growling, it's time for a snack,
    19 points
  6. 18 points
  7. That is a questionable conclusion.
    18 points
  8. https://www.espn.com/nfl/stats/team/_/view/defense/table/passing/sort/netYardsPerGame/dir/asc Yes I know it's early and there's a lot that can change and other context but when's the last time Colts fans could say this? Not just #1 based on yardage but #1 by A LOT (by almost 100/ypg #1 Pass D at 122/ypg #3(tied)in passing yards per attempt at 6.2(an important stat) #5 Rush D at 85/ypg #3(tied) in sacks at 7 can they keep this up going forward? who knows, but there's a lot to be encouraged about...now cleaning up the redzone offense and th
    17 points
  9. He did. Just wish the Colts had drafted him so we could have enjoyed this for years. Thanks Grigson...
    16 points
  10. You’re basing this on garbage time yardage.....
    16 points
  11. Lol, also 4th and 1 and you send a 170 lb back up the middle deep in the red zone where the defence will stack up and you have a beast of a running back you drafted for plays like this to go up the middle. Simply mind boggling. Chalk this on Reich and his staff.
    16 points
  12. Were we watching the same Taylor? Because I thought he looked tantalizingly fast, talented, and physical for a rookie RB. Also looked better catching the ball than I ever expected, given he didn't do it much at Wisconsin.
    16 points
  13. Love our owner and his heart and his commitment to our community. This thread is locked only because forum members have proven that discussion of Black Lives Matter/Police brutality is not productive here. For more about how the Colts Organization is taking action against systemic racism: https://www.colts.com/community/events-programs/breakingbarriers
    16 points
  14. I feel relief, respect, and proud to have cheered so hard for the GOAT since 2006!
    14 points
  15. If you stop watching, are you gonna stop posting as well? Asking for a friend...
    14 points
  16. He blocks just as well as Doyle and is a much better threat in the passing game. His Patience and hard work is paying off
    13 points
  17. He's well worth the 13th
    13 points
  18. It’s really cool to see all of this behind the scenes stuff. Patmon and Pittman seem to have a very good relationship. Also noticed he hangs out with Eason which is a good thing to see. Eason needs to show he is developing a good locker room relationship with the guys.
    13 points
  19. A little deeper dive and comparisons of W1 and 2. Below are 1. QB Stats and comments 2. Pass catcher separation stats and comments 3. DL separation stats and comments 4. Pass rush stats and comments 5. Tackle stats and comments 6. Dog house stats (drops and missed tackles) and comments 7. Pass charts from W1 and 2 from Nextgen The TLDR 1. Jax game plan was pretty simple looking at the stats if it wasn't already obvious. Attack our soft zone. Surprised MN didn't take note. 2. Rivers is 3rd in Time to Throw (lowest) thr
    13 points
  20. How many times does our coaching staff need to see the zone defense not work before we finally decide to abandon it? At least for the majority of the game? The scheme should have gone the way of the immobile QB by now.... It is an outdated, predictable amd weak scheme that even QBs like Minshew can pick apart and make them look like top 5 QB material. Sure you can say that Minshew has shown some promise and arguably isnt a bottom tier QB and even has some good upside.... but let's not kid ourselves, he's no Patrick Mahomes / Russel Wilson / Drew Brees etc.... I for one want to see
    13 points
  21. Taylor should have gotten the ball on that 4th and 1.
    13 points
  22. And the history of bad threads from the ol Nickster continues...
    13 points
  23. https://www.colts.com/news/ryan-kelly-signs-contract-extension-roster-moves-center-alabama Terms of the deal are not released yet... Glad to have him inked up!
    13 points
  24. Just thought this was a great read. Really shows that he put his head down and came in knowing what he had to do. He worked hard and studied hard. Seems to be taking full advantage of Rivers, JB, Reich and Siranni.
    12 points
  25. Bunker is the most talented Colts DT I have seen since becoming a fan in 1994.
    12 points
  26. The Inconsistent Eleven? Blue Charmin? Everyone's already forgetting we made Minshew look like a surgeon. We've played 3 bottom ten OLs, and today one without two starting tackles, and 3 starting WRs. NYJ's offense is ranked 32nd, and MN's is 30th. And we play a bad O next week (Chicago is 23rd) too... lol. Jax is 22nd. When our D plays well vs a decent team, I'll start thinking about nicknames. The Browns and Ravens are the first top 20 offenses we'll play this year.
    12 points
  27. Kenny tore it up on Sunday, as usual, and Baldy served up some props.
    12 points
  28. I don’t call guys undone by injuries busts. To me a bust is a player that shows that from a skill standpoint he doesn’t measure up. I think Hooker measures up skill-wise, but he has been undone by injuries. It’s a shame because he could’ve been really good. :(
    12 points
  29. Apologies, but that came to me last night as I watched clips of more of Hot Rod's kicks clanking off the posts. What is that, about 4 already this year? OK, OK, I know, there have been far better nicknames than that. And I'm sure he doesn't want it, either. But it seemed to fit, at least so far.
    11 points
  30. I trust Rivers more than I do Rex Grossman, so no.
    11 points
  31. As you all know by now, I've been following this team just since Philip was signed a few months ago, and I have to say, this is as fun a team to watch and follow as any I can remember in a long, long time. And not just because of grandma above, but everything I've read, seen and heard has already brought me tons of smiles and laughs. Sure, coming off of wasting a decade and a half of my life on the "Keystone Bolts" plays a part in that, but still, there's a genuinely fun element to this team. Irsay, Ballard, Reich and the rest of them aren't kidding when they talk about making sure they bring
    11 points
  32. Or the name of a Brazilian wax shop
    11 points
  33. Mo and Glow. Sounds like an afternoon sports talk radio team!
    11 points
  34. Good Game plan - both sides of the ball. Why did we not do the same thing vs Jax. Holy cow. Taylor - after a lackluster week 1, looked great with 100+. Would love to see his AVG increase and some break aways, but loved what I saw in his first start. Rivers - not big numbers, but very efficient and great bounce back game. The INT was not on him. Pittman - Not a ton of yards, but 4/6 and seemed to be gaining confidence. MAC - what a breakout game for him. Inherited the #1 TE role and put up 100+. Hands looked great doing it except for.... (below) Flus - So were the
    11 points
  35. Thanks again for all your participation in this week's Colts Mailbag, which you can find by clicking here. Lots of questions this week about the defensive side of the ball, particularly the coverage schemes being utilized by defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus. I think you'll find there were attempts to make adjustments against the Jaguars, the execution and communication just wasn't all there. Definitely fixable moving forward. Also, I think there's a hang-up about how many times Philip Rivers threw the ball in Week 1. Granted it's only one game, but there were so many short passes that
    11 points
  36. Colts.com provides legal ways to watch and listen to the game. See Watch/listen Colts Good luck!
    11 points
  37. I agree with you offensively. We moved the ball effortlessly for most of the game. Rivers was doing a good job distributing too. With that said, we needed to do better finishing drives and I didn't like the play calls on the goal line. Rivers continues to make some horrible decisions, I wish he would cut those down. On the other hand, the defense was horrific through and through. I didn't see any redeeming moments there at all. And this was Gardner Minshew we were playing against!!! There were blown coverages, there were misunderstandings, there were soft tackles... There was Xavi
    11 points
  38. Rivers played like how I expected. Efficient with a few bone head plays mixed in between. He wasn't the reason we lost. We lost because our O line didn't run block as good as advertised and our Defense was just god awful.
    11 points
  39. No way. That dude had me send him 10k to free him from a Nigerian Prison back in the early 2000's and his father, the King of The ofogono tribe, never repaide tenfold ... I don't trust him any longer.
    11 points
  40. Christmas has come early my friends. Enjoy.
    10 points
  41. Just saw that PFF had them both on their offensive team of the week. Glowinski was best RG week 2 and Mo was best TE week 2. Mo actually was given the best offensive player overall. Nice to see those 2 get some love.
    10 points
  42. But I was told Ballard made a mistake trading for him
    10 points
  43. ...and Hooker was back to his usual invisibility.
    10 points
  44. A few thoughts. 1. The defense was and still is hot garbage. Gardner Mishew had one incompletion all day. Let that sink it for a bit. BTW this is not something new (remember the Saints game last year) Multiple quarterbacks are able to play pitch and catch with our coverage schemes. Ballard preached all season about turnovers and guess what? We had none and, sadly, weren't even close to one all day. That kind of opposition completion % is not going to cut it especially when there is a weak pass rush and no TOs. 2. Rivers 2 INTs may be the story, but here is th
    10 points
  45. Every year, people say it is the best roster we have had in years and predict massive success. I certainly would love a 12 win season and a shot at the Chiefs, but I wanted to list a few concerns. Offense - I'm not worried about Rivers at all. I think behind our OL, he will be a better than average signal caller. What does worry me is our wide receivers. Parris Campbell has yet to show anything, and Hilton has been injured a lot. We are putting a lot on rookie Pittman to fix a lot of problems. The running game will be vicious, and Rivers should be fine, but I see us settling
    10 points
  46. Even if Kinlaw does very well, it'll only be a small mistake IMO. Buckner is an all-pro, and his bust probability is extremely low. So IMO, it's either a small mistake or the right move by a huge margin. You don't get opportunities to get guys like Buckner every day.
    10 points
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