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  1. Great Colts tidbit right there, much thanks!
  2. With the regular season right around the corner, I thought this would be a fun time to project our collective narratives on the COLTS 2020 season schedule (my apologies if a similar thread has already been exhausted and buried). What games you are most looking forward to and why? Mine: WEEK 5 @ Cleveland Last year the Browns were the sexy pick as the league's big mover, and by a franchise never known to be successful. They went out and purportedly fixed the offensive line, but that can't fix their QB problem. I don't have anything against the Browns. I just feel like I ca
  3. Being a NY native who adopted the Colts during the Harbaugh years, I'll never be the rabid fan that some of you are, so I appreciate the tremendous wealth of knowledge you bring to these message boards. I just saw the news of Ballard's award. It surprises me none. As a draft fanatic and semi-pro Fantasy Football player, I've enjoyed unprecedented access to the Colts process... a luxury not afforded to any other team in the league. This was my thought exactly. I consider the Andrew Luck saga to be a Greek tragedy. I can't hate on luck, and hating on anyon
  4. I really haven't followed the guy but I can't believe it's been that long since he was drafted. I suppose it would be a Ballardesque cap-friendly move. I still want our value back from the life and times of Jerry Hughes.
  5. There were several good drafts. What was most fascinating was seeing the individual strategies play out and understanding the short and long-term visions of GMs both old and new. NFL rookie head coach Matt Rhule smashes it with 7 great picks... all on defense Howie Roseman silently announces to a baffled world that he's ahead of the curve on quarterback grooming strategy. Dave Caldwell quietly had a great draft despite not being able to unload Ngakoue and Fournette. Jerry Jones, of all people, sticks to his board. Tom Telesco has
  6. Wow. How many teams ever get to pick 3 in a row? I really love this because not only does Indy get 3 straight where nobody can take your "guy" in between, but since there's no 7 rounders Ballard & Co. can immediately get the jump on the UDFA process. This is gold.
  7. It's criminal not to have a stud behind a line this good. It's terrific to have a feared running game, especially when starting an older, physically declining QB. The move for Jonathan Taylor addresses our needs for both an elite run game (as Ballard/Reich have stated before) and to mitigate Rivers' physical limitations down the stretch.
  8. An answer to that headache: Pittman had 2 drops on 140 targets in 2019. That's like having Jason Kidd shoot your free throws.
  9. There are plenty of good linemen left. Do not be surprised to see Guard and/or Center addressed in 3 and 4.
  10. I feel like there may be an amazing deal on a Guard coming up tonight. At present time ZERO guards have gone off the board.
  11. Win-now mode is def in full effect. When you spend your first 2 picks on a perfect-fit WR2 and a franchise RB it's a full commitment. We may have been able to move down for Pittman, but with Higgins starting the waterfall there was no way to know how that would have gone down. Taylor was absolutely worth the move-up in that spot. You could almost hear Doug Marrone do the Homer Simpson "DOH!" when Indy's pick came in. Instead of Taylor shredding us for the next 5 years, he'll be dishing it out on our behalf.
  12. Jonathan Taylor was maybe the best pass-catching complete RB prospect in the draft. The best part is that Ballard just skunked the division rival Jags, who were very likely to have selected Taylor to replace Lazy Leonard Fournette. New offense for Rivers and Indy, brutal start for JAX today.
  13. I think we dodged a bullet with Tee Higgins. I'm glad the Bengals were there to make the incorrect decision.
  14. Unless Ballard thinks Indy will be the support system he needs, I don't really see Tee Higgins as being the right character fit for this team. Ballard only has to find 1 guy he really likes from over 100 WR prospects. It could be KJ Hill in the 4th round or Stephen Guidry in the 7th. I don't think we NEED to take a WR tonight. 100% of the Guards are still on the board, so if we take one early you can rest assured he was "our guy." I have a feeling that Jaylon Johnson will be one of our picks. He has the ability to cover the slot, giving us 3 corners who can all prov
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