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ColtStrong2013

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  1. Until there is a more suitable option, he’s here to stay... and as he’s gotten better over the course of this season already, I can imagine he’ll be better with a full offseason under his belt here too. Guy still has a lot of football left to play, in my opinion. Awesome watching he and Rodgers duel in Indy Sunday.
  2. There was a blatant defensive hands to the face on one of those late 4th down holding calls. Nothing. The Packers received more than their fair share of penalties that fell their way last evening. I was disappointed to see the ending seem so out of control. and I still put some blame on Frank for not calling a timeout, making sure his team was straight and giving them a chance to breathe before going out and making the same mistake over and over again. It almost cost this team dearly last night.
  3. I’m not talking about the holds, I’m talking about throwing the ball on first and third (and loonng) down when the opposing team has two timeouts and Aaron rodgers... The holding calls were an offense (Frank’s offense) that looked very undisciplined in that moment, and instead of taking a timeout with the clock stopped to cool them down and make sure they were in tune with the situation, he allowed them to damn near implode. Bad. Management. Period.
  4. Rig job... but also worst coaching management I have ever seen. Absolute worst end of game management.
  5. You know, a timeout to make sure everyone was cool/collected and understanding what the situation was wouldn’t have been the worst thing right? It should have been 2nd and 5 or under at the 2 minute warning. Instead we got a first down by rushing and catching them with 12 men on the field and making it 1st and 10 (was 1st and 5). Two holding calls which stopped the clock and an illegal motion. HORRIBLE clock management at the end of the game
  6. lets score a touchdown and trust the process. We are a 51 yard penalty away from tying this thing up. It just didn’t go our way
  7. lol... why don’t you go away? What makes you better than me or anyone else on here? You sure act like it. It’s amazing. you don’t want to hear from me? Don’t comment on my stuff from now on, ok? I won’t address you unless you post stupid crap on my posts, which is the only time I’ve ever addressed you.
  8. Unreal...Referees have the power to influence this game all too much. there should NEVER be a 51 yard penalty. Ever
  9. i mean, honestly NCF, do you not see how this is by the very definition, condescending? You put a confused emoji on my post and then claim that i’m false when our current coach punted one time last game. Pagano notoriously punted the ball away at midfield with a generational qb on the roster (and historically bad defenses.) con·de·scend·ing /ˌkändəˈsendiNG/ adjective having or showing a feeling of patronizing superiority. that’s you my friend. Have a good day. Go Colts.
  10. You are correct. When one refers to a player “under center” it means QB. I don’t know about you but I’ve never seen a punter take a snap directly under center... He’s just belittling my posting ever since I said he was condescending... which to follow up below... I never said he didn’t go for it on 4th down. But to say it’s false that he didn’t often punt on 4th and short when he had one of the top talents under center compared to Frank Reich is, well, interesting...
  11. While I personally think Frank is still very much learning how to be a good head coach and has a ways to go, he stands out to me in his willingness to trust the players and be aggressive on 4th down... which is a complete 180 from when we had Andrew Luck under center and would punt at midfield on 4th and short under Pagano.
  12. Yes, I saw your joke. I responded to what I wanted to respond to. Not knocking heads. This was initiated on my comment about Grigsons interview by questioning me that he actually spoke of it because you had never seen it here... “Really? Provide a link.” I provided the link/said you were being condescending which you took offense to. You then made a joke, I made a (condescending) joke back. It can be over now. Grigson sucked. He had a wonderful draft his first year followed by one horrible job after another. He treated people like garbage included the head coach
  13. Yes.. I can be rather condescending when the occasion calls for it. Unfortunately, THIS wasn’t one of those times. my fault on accusing you of being condescending on this, apparently you were not... nevermind, there it was! Lol, Jesus Christ man...
  14. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.ncregister.com/news/former-indianapolis-colts-gm-enjoying-ride-to-playoffs-with-the-seattle-seahawks%3famp here’s another You had a successful tenure with the Colts that included a massive turnaround and three playoff appearances in five years. What have you learned from that and the experiences of the past few years? “I learned that I need to be a better listener — to press “pause” and just listen. I’ve kind of always ridden on my passion and adrenaline to get points across, so at times I haven’t been receptive to what people were
  15. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.sportingnews.com/us/amp/nfl/news/indianapolis-colts-ryan-grigson-general-manager-nfl-draft-picks/l4q0qgl10yu21lu2rn5o5c5n1 “In his first interview since he was fired by the Colts in January 2017, Grigson said he is most proud of the 52-34 record Indianapolis posted while he was at the helm. Grigson also has spent plenty of time reflecting on the mistakes that led to his ousting. While a number of his roster moves failed to make the impact hoped, Grigson believes his biggest error did not come from personnel decisions, but rather his shortcomings as
  16. Easy there bud. Grigson is a family man and no doubt a good human to a lot of people in his life. He was a crap manager, who learned that being a hard-o big boss and belittling people beneath you isn’t what gets the job done. He’s spoken on it many times.
  17. the important this is the Colts are 6-3 and continuing to find rhythm and getting better with each other. This is a team that added a $20 plus million player on each side of the ball in Rivers and Buckner. They are both instrumental in their roles for this team.
  18. I think you are being very dramatic about this.
  19. This team showed me what I needed to see in terms of where the ceiling is for this season, and I think it is very high. This is the best Colts defense we have had in some time. Special teams depth is what show Ballard’s drafting has been very efficient in elevating the talent from top to bottom of the roster. The offense (and likely the team as a whole) goes as far as Rivers can take them. He looked very comfortable and in control most of the night. If that is what the 2nd half of the season for the offense looks like, then I think we will take it every game. One can hope...
  20. I would say at Houston in the 2018 playoffs after winning 9 of 10 games to get there. We lost to a damn good Chiefs team the next week, but things looked good for the future with a strong running game and an up and coming defense... until Andrew Luck decided he was done. i cannot even fathom how talented this team would be right now with #12 under center. Lacking playmakers? I don’t know. I think it has a lot to do with who is throwing the football. Rivers missed several today that the top playmakers in this league couldn’t have done anything with.
  21. Great defense so far. Could easily be looking to make this a three score game at half right now. Cannot turn the ball over against a big play defense. nevertheless, I like our spot. finish the half strong
  22. Leonard is a perfect matchup so far for Jackson. Great 3rd down play.
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