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  1. Through six games, Rivers leads the league in big-time throws in the first half (per PFF) and is top 5 in deep throw accuracy. Why do you guys have to blame Rivers for everything.
    4 points
  2. Sure is a lot of talking down on a guy who is averaging 4.1ypc, against said stacked boxes. While catching 16/17 pass attempts his way. People must forget Mack averaging 3.8ypc his rookie season. Tomlinson averaged 3.6ypc his rookie year, 4.3ypc for career. Emmitt Smith 3.9ypc rookie season, 4.2ypc for his career Walter Payton 3.5ypc rookie season Curtis Martin 4.0ypc rookie year, 4.0ypc for career Jerome Bettis 3.9ypc for his career Marshall Faulk 4.1ypc rookie year, 4.3ypc for career Half of the top 12 rushers of all time ab
    4 points
  3. Because QB, and QB INTs are the easiest bright shiny object to go after if you're too lazy to compare vs the league, or unable to subjectively critique all aspects and context.
    3 points
  4. I mean to defend Wentz have you seen the Talent he's working with it's laughable. He is trying to do to much, but if he wasn't playing hero ball I don't think they win a game. That's 6 Offensive Lineman, 1 starting RB, 2 TEs, 4 WRs Miles Sanders RB Out Andre Dillard LT Out Brandon Brooks RG Out Jason Peters OT Out Jalen Reagor WR Out (Rookie) Isaac Seumalo G Out Zach Ertz TE Out Dallas Goedert TE Out Alshon Jeffery WR Out Desean Jackson WR Out Jordan Mailata OT Out Marquise Goodwin WR Out Jack Driscoll OT Out (Rookie)
    2 points
  5. Eventually, people gonna run out of names for the Let’s trade for QB (insert any QB here) from a failing team notion, right? Eason is most likely to be this teams future. Short of lightning striking, and us landing an opportunity to get Lawrence, we aren’t going to be trading for a QB, now or in the future
    2 points
  6. It is more an indictment of Reich's predictable play calling, IMO.
    2 points
  7. According to Next Gen Stats "Rookie RB Jonathan Taylor has faced a stacked box on 27.27% of his carries this season. 5th most in the NFL (min 30 attempts)." Last season, Marlon Mack saw a stacked box on 12.15% of his carries. 39th in the NFL (min 85 carries). Nobody fears Rivers ability to throw the ball downfield until he proves he can do it on a consistent basis. The Bengals game was a start and Marcus Johnson will help stretch the field. People should stop pointing fingers at the offensive line and dig more deeper into why the
    1 point
  8. IDK man. I watch a few games this year, and he looked brutal. It's just not him though. Here's a decent read if interested. https://www.bleedinggreennation.com/2020/10/1/21492313/philadelphia-eagles-carson-wentz-everything-problem-doug-pederson-wide-receivers-offense-quarterback
    1 point
  9. Listen..Ive watched quite a few Giant games and he pops to me..Reminds me of Steve Young..He is stuck on a horrible team with no line or talent..Put him with us and we are scary...I really hope they choose to go in another direction and he is available...I think its very possible if they have a top 5 pick..
    1 point
  10. Jones getting tackled by the turf monster...that was a metaphor for his career
    1 point
  11. That's what destroyed our talent with Grigson and aside from injuries that's what has hurt the eagles since they won the Super Bowl. Sure you can go all out to try to win one Super Bowl or you can do what Ballard is doing and creating an organization that will win multiple, if you want great things patience is key.
    1 point
  12. So we now have Jones, Darnold, and Ryan threads.... Waiting for Fitzmagic, who has played better than all of them this year lol...
    1 point
  13. Thank you..people treat him like he is a messiah or something..Ravens took a chance on Jackson..We could've found a way to get Jackson..We could've found a way to get Herbert..Just frustrating..Id rather try to win at all costs like some teams do, other than being overly cautious and being mediocre..
    1 point
  14. Enuff wirh the Ballard rook over a decimated team. It has been 4 years. We r heading into year 5 and he have only one winning season under his belt. I agree, Luck set his plan back. However, he needs to get the qb position settled. Rivers, to me, a one year plan. They either find out if Eason is the guy or take a bold step next year. I almost thought they should have traded their # 13 pick for more picks so they could have moved up in the 2021 qb rich draft. Ballard was intent upon getting that 3 technique to run this crap scheme. To me that is Ballard's biggest failure. His total buy in to
    1 point
  15. I love Gruden as a coach. That team has been outperforming their talent. They play hard for him. I think the Raiders have a decent shot of making the playoffs this year. They are only going to get better.
    1 point
  16. We are neutral by not signing them. However, the Chiefs get better, the Ravens get better, and the Bucs get better. Two of those teams are in the AFC and are probably the two top teams in the conference. That's the point you are missing. They are increasing their odds of making and winning the SB while we do nothing. A similar argument is if a team didn't have a 1st round pick hypothetically and argued that they didn't get any worse and are fine. Yes, you didn't get worse, but every team with a 1st round pick just got better. The Chiefs and Ravens got better. That's my point. We re
    1 point
  17. Wow. What a signing. Must feel good for Brady to see his team go all in for him. A one year deal is pretty sweet. His first game is week 9 vs the Saints in Tampa.
    1 point
  18. The Ballard Draft way is the right way to build a team.
    1 point
  19. We need more guys with dog mentality..We have 4...Nelson, Leonard, Blackmon, and Houston..
    1 point
  20. Wentz is not struggling. He is the only thing keeping that team from imploding. Pederson is going to get him killed. He is on the same path as Luck. Great qb getting killed by his head coach
    1 point
  21. Its sad to see good players go to crap organizations and get destroyed by incompetence in front office..
    1 point
  22. Im not against Darnold either if Jets haven't ruined him already..He looked good end of last year..
    1 point
  23. U will need more than the farm. U will need the whole darn village
    1 point
  24. What is Ballard on the 10 year plan? Right now his record looks horrible compared to Grigson and that is a sad truth..When does he have to win?
    1 point
  25. At least someone has the balls to try to win...I bet he does well..
    1 point
  26. I feel like anybody at this point is an option sadly according to the forum
    1 point
  27. marlon did not look good his first year though . it was not until last year he started looking amazing . in 2018 he started playing better . taylor has the same ability as mack , look at his 40 time and skill set its around the same . Even last year marlon in the first half of games most of the time was not that great and by frank staying with the run it warmed marlon up to go off in the second half . It almost seems like they put taylor in he starts to get warn make a couple of good runs then is pulled and he cools off .
    1 point
  28. ?? Separation is average at worst #14), and YAC is almost top 10. IMO, they need to stay the course, settle on 4 guys, and stop over rotating. They won't displace TY or Pascal from the top 4, so you basically have 2 spots filled. Pittman is going to get every opportunity to take one of the 2 remaining spots. That leaves one spot up for grabs. Johnson has played very well in 3 games. If he can remain consistent and not regress to drops, he's likely the next.
    1 point
  29. We’re trying to figure things out without a ton of players we’ve been counting on. - Pittman - Campbell - Mack - At least one of our tight ends has missed at least one game, and in some games we’ve had two tight ends out. We are down a ton of play making talent. This enables defenses to focus on Hilton and force the Colts to beat teams with our lesser weapons. This is not as simple or as black n white as some here would have you believe.
    1 point
  30. You guys really need to look at where these guys went to college (and what scheme they ran), and where they ended up. Wiscy is heavy power and a unique mix of zone and gap, and Taylor ended up in Indy who runs a lot of simple zone (with very little power/2 back sets). Totally different. OSU runs wide, and a combination of power/gap/tight-zone. Elliot went to the Cowboys who also runs wide, but uses a lot of power and even a lot of 21. What does that mean? It means Elliot went to a similar scheme and had less to learn, and also a good dose of lead blocker (power) to help. Taylor we
    1 point
  31. Welcome back Jshipp! I don't think you've posted for a couple of years.
    1 point
  32. Perhaps. But it’s not like they shared every single intimate detail. I don’t get why you’re judging them for wanting to share their special moment? Who cares if it’s on social media. It doesn’t cheapen the moment or make them shallow. It’d be different if it were a selfie or something. Then again, it’s their moment, their choice. It’s not like it’s a sex tape or a laptop filled with porn or bribes. It’s one picture of a couple that’s been together since they were in what, junior high? That’s impressive these days. Used to be more common way back in the “old fashioned” days but not so much anym
    1 point
  33. For Indy to move up I honestly don’t believe they could ever offer enough. With the Colts likely drafting no worse than 16th, no package of players and picks would ever convince a team to pass on this generation’s Elway or Luck.
    1 point
  34. I don't really see us as SB contenders at this point
    1 point
  35. 24% under center (broken down 79% run / 21% pass) 76% shotgun (broken down 32% run / 68% pass)
    1 point
  36. It's more like teams started figuring out Reich's dink/dunk, and started playing tighter. After game 1, the passing attempts decreased. Rivers is #5 in deep ball accuracy, so it's not like he can't throw it downfield. We've seen him do at times, with a top 10 rate of success. If he's #5, that means he's consistent. That means it's lack of play calling. Also, you can't ignore some of the inconsistent or bad OL performances. Mack, Hicks, Garrett, and Jack were all getting good pressure, especially Garrett. As far as the running game, Taylor is a rook, is coming from a po
    1 point
  37. AL the past TL is the future AM is the distant future
    1 point
  38. Good stat, and it shows how good Taylor is honestly. He is still averaging over 4 yards the last 4 games per carry and 5 last week. If Rivers starts playing like last week, maybe we can finally have a balanced offense.
    1 point
  39. Ertz is maybe one but for all the big ticket guys upcoming, is an aging TE really what we need to invest in? 8+ million at age 30 and it’s for 1 more year and FA in 2022. I don’t know about you but I’m kinda tired of working on the 1 year deal guys. I’d like to keep building up MAC and either Doyle or his clone Hentges maybe. Idk what the plan is for Burton but I’m not spending 3-4 mil on him either. Can’t stay on the field his whole career so far. imho, until we can solidify the longer term QB spot, whether that’s Eason or a new draft pick, I really feel we need to focus on the defe
    1 point
  40. Lets just hope his leash isnt as tight around his neck like ALs was!
    1 point
  41. I see where you are coming from to some extent... but don't fully agree. I think if you ask just about anyone who follows football and has for a long time to name the top 3 QBs ever, both Brady and Manning will be mentioned. There are 23 QBs from the modern-era in the Pro Football HOF. Several of those guys were not the best at their position at any point in their career. Troy Aikman won multiple superbowls on absolutely loaded teams, but he was never a first or second team all-pro and was only a 6x pro-bowler (Rivers has gone to 8). Aikman never lead the league in any major pa
    1 point
  42. When I think of HOF, how did the player change the game compared to his peers at the time he was playing? And IMO, Rivers has not really done anything to change the game. He's a good QB and does a good job but he does not have the yards/TDs of a Brady or Manning or Brees. He has not changed the way an offense functions nor a way a defense prepares, like Peyton, He does not have the SBs of a Eli Manning, SBs are not a huge factor, but between similar candidates it has to play a factor. He probably will get into the HOF, and while I'm glad he is a Colt, I don't think he has done a
    1 point
  43. If it wasn’t done when he took over as owner it’s not going to happen now. The Irsays have made to clear the claim all the team history including the Baltimore days. I know people in Baltimore don’t like that but those guys did it for this franchise not the Ravens franchise. I also know Johnny U disowned the Colts when they moved but others like Berry still embrace the Colts in Indy.
    1 point
  44. As long as Jim Irsay owns the team, I highly doubt any numbers from Baltimore or Indy will be unretired. Jim was 12 years old when his father acquired the Colts.
    1 point
  45. 18 is retired internally for Manning 19 is retired - Unitas 82 is retired - Raymond Berry 87 is retired internally for Wayne 88 is retired internally for Harrison 89 is retired - Gino Marchetti You folks are upset he's wearing number 12 but are okay with him wearing legit hall of famer numbers????
    1 point
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