backshoulderfade

Senior Member
  • Content Count

    3,997
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    2

backshoulderfade last won the day on February 15 2015

backshoulderfade had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

1,842 Pro Bowler

Uncategorized

  • Gender
    Male

Recent Profile Visitors

11,016 profile views
  1. backshoulderfade

    Quenton Nelson calls Luck a nerd

    "Beat it, nerd". I got a great laugh out of that when I listened to the interview.
  2. backshoulderfade

    Do our backs have this in them

    Edge is like all our current backs rolled into one and then some. I believe that he recieved a ring from the organisation after the SB win. Can anyone clarify that?
  3. backshoulderfade

    Colts extend RG Mark Glowinski [Merge]

    Good value.
  4. I'm not. I'm just pointing out flaws in your reply. No panties in a bunch here, hopefully not on your part either. We probably should leave it at this though, we are taking over the thread
  5. Sure, he was pressured more than every other game this season. I'm not denying that. I'm not implying that Luck should throw 20 jump balls per game. That is not sustainable. I'm merely saying it would add another dimension to the offense. A chance to keep the chains moving on a type of play that Chester Rodgers or Ryan Grant are never going to make.
  6. You absolutely are misrepresenting what I said. Firstly, you implied that by taking an interest in recieverd of a certain height that people are looking for a the next Megatron. No, just recievers of a specific skillset Secondly, never did I say I wanted a reciever who can do nothing but jump balls. Thirdly, I said a Wayne-type reciever. Never once did I mention an expectation of hall of fame play. That is a misrepresentation of what I said. Deliberate or not. I respect your opinion, it is as valid as mine, or any other posters.
  7. No one is implying that any of these guys are megatron, or Julio, or Randy Moss. It's just a different skillset than other guys on the team. And the guys who have been mentioned, they all can create seperation. And obviously the chances of finding a Reggie Wayne level talent is nigh impossible, but I was reffering to someone of a similar skillset. A Robert Woods type reciever, for example. Tight ends are not there to be jump ball recievers. Sure, some of them have that skillset, just like some recievers do. You did a good job misrepresenting my points though, kudos.
  8. Ebron was a great, great addition to the team. He was a big difference maker in this offense. That said, he is not without his issues. Namely, in the recieving game, drops. The other side to it is, as a tight end, Ebron will mostly be lining across from safeties and linebackers. Guys like K'Neal Harry, DK Metcalf or Hakeen Butler have that explosiveness to take the top off the defense, or get those RAC yards. They are more than just 6'4+ guys who you are going to throw jump balls to all game. Think about an offense where you have TY, one of those guys to occupy the cornerbacks, and Ebron on the safeties. Could be exciting. That said, there is more than one way to build a championship roster. I would be equally happy with that Reggie Wayne-type I alluded to in the previous post. Edit: Just a reflection on the KC game, all the recievers were struggling greatly to get seperation, it could have been useful to have that big body to make a catch downfield with the db draped all over him.
  9. Match ups. Simple. We have TY who runs great routes and can take the top off a team. We have Hines who is shifty and can line up all over the formation. A big bodied reciever who can go up and make catches over the top of a cornerback would simply add another dimension to the offense. With that said, a Reggie Wayne type would make the offense near impossible to stop. A guy who creates seperation at a high rate. A guy with hands to make any catch.
  10. backshoulderfade

    No International Games for Colts in 2019

    I'm going to have to save for my first game in Indy.
  11. backshoulderfade

    Ballard admits they pursued FAs last year

    My favourite Ballard interview so far. Questions about specific players aside, i thought he was very candid in his appraisal of the team and the locker room. I love when he called himself an * with regards to not interviewing Reich earlier. Ballard and Reich preach accountability. That starts at the top and is clearly permeating throughout the entire organisation.
  12. backshoulderfade

    Luck Era

    7
  13. backshoulderfade

    Dee Ford

    He wont hit the market.
  14. backshoulderfade

    Colts have fired OL coach Dave DeGuglielmo

    Reich wants his own guy.
  15. backshoulderfade

    The New Colts Nemesis Has Left New England And Landed In KC

    Me too! Andy Reid vs Ol' Bill, though.