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  1. Why is everyone projecting Bradshaw to get over 12 carries/game? For a guy whose spent much of his career with foot issues, 12-13 carries/game seems a little high to me, considering I doubt we run the ball more than 30 times/game. Personally, I see the rushing attempts/game breakdown to look more like this: Bradshaw-- 8 carries/game Ballard-- 15 carries/game Everyone else-- 7 carries/game This way we can optimize the skill-set for the players involved in our rushing attack. Bradshaw is going to be used, IMO, as the back that blocks oncoming pass-rushers more than he is as a running back, simply because it will limit his wear and tear, allowing him to remain healthy for the late season (and potentially, the post-season). Total Breakdown: Andrew Luck -- ~4700 yards, 35 TD passes, 12INT, 64%passcomp, 150 yards rushing, 3RushTD Vick Ballard -- 240 rushes, 4.8YPC, 1150 yards, 5TD, 190Passing yards, 1 receiving TD Ahmad Bradshaw -- 128 rushes, 4.9YPC, 630 yards, 4TD, 240 passing yards, 3 receiving TD Everyone Else -- 112 rushes, 4.8YPC, 540 yards, 4TD Reggie Wayne -- 1050 yards, 90rec, 6TD DHB -- 900 yards, 60rec, 5TD TYH -- 600 yards, 50rec, 7TD Fleener -- 750 yards, 45rec, 6TD Allen -- 500 yards, 50rec, 3TD Everyone Else -- 470 yards, 4TD
  2. You have terrible tastes. This what real men drink:
  3. Is it just me, or did Luck look more lean and cut than normal? Seems like he either lost weight or gained muscle.
  4. Except, he's got the size of JJ (s)Watt. 6'6, 270 lbs, put another 10-15 pounds on him, and is a JJ (s)Watt clone. If we do select him, and/or maybe Skov, this is what our front-7 will look like: Werner M. Hughes Chapman Francois T. Murphy K. Conner (or Skov) Freeman
  5. 6) Adrian Hubbard, OLB, Alabama-- 6'6, 250 lbs 7) (Dark horse) Shayne Skov, ILB, Stanford --6'3, 250 lbs
  6. 4) Anthony Barr, OLB, UCLA--6'4, 240 lbs 5) Kyle Van Noy, OLB, BYU -- 6'3, 240 lbs
  7. 2) Trent Murphy, OLB, Stanford-- 6'6 265 lbs 3) Jordan Matthews, WR, Vanderbilt-- 6'3 210 lbs
  8. He already admitted it during the Jets game. It was in the 1st quarter I believe.
  9. 1) Matt Barkley--> we need a new QB 2) Geno Smith --> If Barkley gets selected before we pick 3) Manti T'eo--> Because you can never have too much run defense 4) Jonhthan Hankings --> Ohio ST. players are NFL world beaters 5) Tyrann Mathieu --> Because every deserves a second chance; he's got it all: size, play, athleticism, etc
  10. Comparatively speaking, of course. Put the Seahawks and the Niners on there, and the ratings double. Hell, Colts-Raiders would have better ratings on MNF than Colts-'chargeless' Chargers.
  11. Let's get real. Chargers Colts on MNF will have the worst ratings for any MNF game this season. SF-Colts, and/or Hawks-Colts would have been much, much better, and would have had better ratings. The schedule makers BLEW it.
  12. Too high. More like 6th or 7th round tops. Rather take Barrett Jones in the 3rd (doubt he's there, but if he is)
  13. Austin played a more mainstream college with a mainstream QB. Of course, he has a better highlight reel. Put TY Hilton on Baylor, Oregon, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, etc, and he'd have an Tavon Austin like Reel as well.
  14. @DariusJButler @B_Sanzabar Who do you think the wide receiver @JimIrsay has been tweeting about is?

  15. Now an upgrade for LG. Can't wait...
  16. Don't need another small Corner. We have plenty of them (Powers, Vaughn etc)
  17. I'd up the ante with a 5 year, 40 Mill contract. It's entirely possible he flubs, but if we're going to take a risk on anyone, I'd want to take it on him vs taking it on guys like Avril, or some older 3-4 LBs. Just my 2 cents
  18. Won't make it out of the second. I guessing San Fran or Miami will take him.
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