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  1. This is ridiculous. Nobody would be surprised if the Colts took a guard with an early pick, they've had interest in a number of second/third round prospects. If a player like Brown is available to make the jump from Glo - you take it. Cincy deal could essentially be Campbell for a 2nd and Glo + 5th for a 3rd. That's not crazy - theres also simple logic behind taking a developmental RB3 after trading away Wilkins.
  2. As much as I'd rather wait it out and find a value/logical starter at QB, I think pulling the trigger on Wentz is the move if Reich is pushing for it. If Frank thinks he can get Wentz back to MVP level, then I'm on board... pull the trigger. Wentz cap hit is only 23.5 mil for the trading team, and non guarantee'd by 2023/2024. Pull the damn trigger. Trade: Indy Receives: Carson Wentz, Zach Ertz, 2021 5th Philly Receives: 2021 2nd, 2022 2nd, 2022 3rd, 2024 4th, Jack Doyle, Jordan Wilkins CIN Receives: Parris Campbell, Mark Glowsinski, PHI 2021 5th IND
  3. accidentally published early still a work in progress come back
  4. Completely agree. Van and Akers both are great picks considering the production/roles that will be available to them if they can play up to it.
  5. Best division in football (by far) in my opinion. All 4 teams with the exception of the Rams made really good moves this off-season. If the Rams can find a consistent running game behind Cam Akers and a decent level of O-line play, they could return to shape a little bit, I think a lot of people are sleeping on them. 1. 49ers 12-4 2. Seahawks 10-6 3. Cardinals 9-7 4. Rams 8-8
  6. I agree with what you say about the South with the exception of the Jaguars. I really do believe they're going to be abysmal this year, there is just a lack of talent across the board. That defense is nothing similar to the 2017 or even 2018 teams - if they're going to be competitive they can't trade Fournette (which they're rumoured to be looking at doing), and they're going to be counting on numerous rookies (Chaission, Henderson) to fill MASSIVE shoes (no more Ramsey, Smith, Bouye, Campbell, Ngokoue, Church, Gipson - all gone). Unless somebody is on the Minshew mania train I can't really un
  7. I think the Colts added the most talent and are the gaining the most value with an extra year of development from all our young players (especially on defense). Rivers with our OLine and a strongly improved rushing attack and improved D-Line play are both huge areas of improvement. I think we're primed for the 3 seed in the AFC and about 10 or 11 wins. Texans really lost a strong dimension to their offense without the Hopkins-Watson combo. Their O will be abysmal in comparison to last year as soon as Will Fuller gets injured (aka week 3 lol). I wouldn't be shocked if they could pu
  8. This mock may look a little un-Ballard but hear me out, I believe the Colts may be a little more aggressive this off-season, It's hard not to when you've got well over $100M in cap space. I think they'll make a couple more 1 year moves rather than rolling cap over, but I am still trying to come at it with a Ballard outlook. Re-sign: Pierre Desir, CB, 1 year / $7,000,000 Desir exceeded expectations for the Colts last year. He had a great year, similar to Rashaad Melvin, I think he'd rather take a 1 year gamble with a higher APY than a long term deal with a lower base. Mel
  9. I would like trading for him but i wonder how much they'd ask for.
  10. I’m fine with this pick. Very talented, decent fit but I think Ballege would pair better with Mack
  11. After a busy two days I wanted to bust down the smoke and kinda look at what we realistically have at the moment, and what can be done to improve upon this whether through day 3 picks, or from the fourth wave FA’s. There’s still options on the veteran FA market (thank god) because we’ve got so,e giant holes. First and foremost MLB/OLB, WR, CB, and RB. I think ink we can get 3 impact players in this draft, maybe not starters but situational/impact players. Honestly I think we should target CB, LB and WR in that order. In Round 4 you’ve got a chance to grab
  12. Not really a fan. I prefer Hubbard if you're going DE, or Hurst if you're going DT. I really liked Nathan Sheppard too. Not sure on this one. Honestly, I'm not going to pretend like I'm some amazing scout, but I've been skeptical so far.. prove me wrong Ballard, prove me wrong.
  13. Not a fan. Sam Hubbard was on the board, and we passed on Harold Landry for Braden Smith who imo still would have been around at this pick.
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