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  1. YEAH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  2. At least some of those were on Jake EldrenKamp (G) who got some time at (C)
  3. On my TV: Offense: Davenport LT (B+) outplayed Holden & Tevi. Holden was mediocre at RT (B-) & LG (C+), poor at LT (C-). So poor, they put Davenport back in for the 4th. Tevi was very poor at RT (D+). Fries was pretty solid at RG (B-), solid run blocking (B+). Hunt was pretty solid at center (B) Reed was OK at LG (B-). Ehlingers' 2nd INT was on Dulin, who didn't know he was targeted until the ball went by his facemask. Granson did a pretty solid job run blocking. Too bad, nothing thrown his way was actually on target or catch-able. Eason to Patmon! A bunch of times now. Patmon, like Pascal, just gets open and makes plays. Wilkins is still quietly solid as heck. Defense: Paye, Banogu, AQM & Rochell all put heat on the edges! Matt Adams has discovered his speed and can now defend passes, 2 games in a row? Nice! Chris Williams (DT), only played a few snaps at the end, but he made them count. The back end of the Colts D was a little shaky at times, but the Vikes did not exploit those mishaps.
  4. The Vikings had a poor showing week one. That means they had an intense week with their coaches, fans & media. They'll be bringing it, and that should make this a solid road test!
  5. Agreed! Recent Example: All the position talent in the world didn't help KC in the SB. With mediocre OL play, that high-powered offensive juggernaut devolved into a keystone cops episode. Games are won and lost at the line-of-scrimmage. Always have been, always will be...
  6. Tyler Vaughns Body control, hands, awareness. I can see why they're bringing him in...
  7. Andrew Brown Age: 25 Height: 6-3 Weight: 290 Experience: 3 (Bengals-2/Texans-1) College: Virginia Arms: 34 1/2 Hands: 9 3/8 Career Stats: https://www.nfl.com/players/andrew-brown/stats/career
  8. IMHO: This game, like virtually every football game ever played, was won at the line of scrimmage. Mahomes, the modern prototype, who makes the pre-snap reads, makes all the throws, deliver the ball side-armed, throws off balance, throws the deep ball accurately, etc., could do none of those things behind sub par o-line play. High level talent at QB, TE, WR, RB, - all neutralized by losing at the line of scrimmage. Brady picked Tampa because they could protect him up front and their defense played at a high level. They filled in the skill positions last. Brown & Gronkowski are examples guys literally plucked off the street. Brady has always played behind great o-lines in tandem with high end defenses. They plugged and played the rest of the skill position guys as they went. Build the trenches and the defense, the rest will come together. To that end, the Colts need an OT, DE, depth along the line of scrimmage and DB's. Good talents like Foles, can win behind that. Even Mahomes can't win without it.
  9. Since we're all guessing... I think the Colts sign Fitzpatrick, draft an OT #1, and sign a FA edge rusher. I also think there will be a multi player trade by Ballard. 3 Colts traded away for 1 player and 1 draft pick.
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