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  1. I guess it was this forum and Twitter where I heard the chatter. From a financial standpoint TB’s options were limited to only a few teams, so it’s not a stretch to consider the Colts were very high on his list of choices.
  2. Tom Brady considered Indy his top destination and so did Josh McDaniels before he backed out. They are certainly of the highest profile. This isn't the NBA. Rodgers would gladly play for the Colts if he left Green Bay.
  3. Agreed. Imagine having to give QB money to your entire defensive line. From the 49ers perspective they could not invest another $20m on another elite D lineman, so the 13th pick was acceptable compensation. On the other end of the spectrum, in the not too distant future, the Colts might face a similar problem retaining its superb O Line, and Ballard would be forced to replace veterans with rookies too. Thankfully guards and centers demand lower salaries but there is no denying that Q will reset the value system in place as his salary will exceed all-pro LT money. Both Castonz
  4. The Colts hit paydirt with Ray Buchanan (5'9" 185lbs) in the 3rd round. As was mentioned, Rodgers is a little too light in the pants. After he adds a few pounds he won't be undersized.
  5. No. That video is from Michael and his gf's youtube channel.
  6. Agreed. You can't overlook Buckner when evaluating this draft. Ballard added an All-Pro, entering his prime, to address our biggest weakness.
  7. The fact Aaron learned under Brett for three seasons before taking over is what made the transition seamless. Maybe they weren't besties, but it was three years of learning from a HOF QB. Maybe I am wrong but I don't think a similar process will apply to Rodgers and Love.
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