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CheezyColt

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  1. Original Model: https://www.drafttek.com/NFL-Trade-Value-Chart.asp?RequestTeam=ind More recent, revised model (looks like it includes premium for the first few picks in the draft) https://www.drafttek.com/NFL-Trade-Value-Chart-Rich-Hill.asp?RequestTeam=ind
  2. "Oh so if we criticize Ballard we're haters? You guys are clowns! Grigson was 11-5 his first 3 seasons! Ballard should have had a HOF caliber person in the wings because he should have known Luck's heart wasn't in it! All Ballard does is trade back instead of picking 100% surefire bonafide STUDS! FACTS! You guys are just so in love with him that you can't even admit he sucks! Ballard needs to go! Pacergeek 2020!"
  3. San Fran being in the NFC and with a coching staff Belichick respected played integral parts in that trade happening. Jimmy had no chance of being traded to the Colts, imo.
  4. Nope. He retired. Compensatory picks are for players that have contracts run out and sign elsewhere. The more they sign for (and play, and produce... there's a specific formula but I don't know what it is) the higher the pick, maxing out after the standard 3rd round ends. Retired players do not count towards compensatory picks.
  5. C'mon man... first rule of the fake punt game... We do NOT talk about the fake punt game.
  6. I really think AC comes back. To me it sounded like he was saying if he wasn't going to play for the Colts, he would think about retiring. Reich and Ballard have made it known how much they want him to come back. QB should come in the draft, if no one is there that they like they could potentially just work on building the roster around whatever future QB they find while letting JB (or CK for the fan club) take us through 2020. I think McLaughlin has done nothing to lose the job and I sure don't see AV coming back. D-Line is a definite need, one that Ballard has specifically mentioned. C
  7. To be fair... Donald Duck at QB would definitely put butts in the seats. I'd definitely make the trip to see the season opener (or even preseason) to see that.
  8. I very much appreciate the clarity. I was super confused for a sec. Talk about overkill, haha! I think you won't find too many that disagree with OL depth needing to be addressed. Not crazy at all!
  9. I agree with this. It has to be a QB they love though. If Jordan Love, or Herbert, or Eason is available, and they don't take that guy, then it's pretty clear they don't view that guy as franchise material. In which case, taking a Kinlaw, or CB, or OT, or WR, or whatever, is understandable. The answers won't come until 2 or 3 years after as far as if it was worth it.
  10. There really is just a few. They are just a very vocal minority. They tend to post in almost every thread so it makes it seem like they are more numerous than they are.
  11. Yeah, going into this season and throughout the majority of it, Jeudy was viewed as the clear cut #1 WR in this class. CeeDee has done an amazing job getting his name up there in that tier, and has passed him in many people's view. Can't really go wrong with either, though, I don't think.
  12. Imagine thinking TY Hilton isn't a #1 receiver. Yikes. He is aging and we do need more talent at WR, nut I don't know what universe it's in that TY hasn't proven himself as a #1
  13. Then people would get mad about that. He's a player's coach and he's going to publicly back his players, always. As he should. Doesn't mean they won't look to upgrade. Why telegraph your moves to the rest of the league so they can counteract?
  14. The 5-2 start had people moving their targets.
  15. Colts coming to Chicago. Nice. Hopefully it's an early in the season game so I don't freeze to death, lol.
  16. Lol, what do you want him to say? "Dude isn't very good. We're definitely going to draft a QB in the first round."
  17. I think it's closer to 25 over the last 7 games, but again, that's only taking into consideration total points, not how those points were scored. Sure our defense needs to tighten up, but there were so many 3 and outs this year. I know I was pleasantly surprised many times this year with how the D stood up in the redzone. We give up a lot of yards but if we stop them from scoring touchdowns, then that's all good. (Especially when you have an elite QB that can throw up points, like we did when the decision to build this team in that image was made).
  18. Totally. I always blame the defense when the offense has multiple turnovers leading directly to points. Buncha bums.
  19. woof. No thank you. Might as well use the first on a rookie qb. Cheaper and longer control as well as being able to groom them for our system.
  20. Being at 13 is huge. Puts us easily within striking distance to trade up for a QB we want.
  21. This isn't true. New England has 1 first round pick this year. Miami has 3 first round picks, Oakland has 2, and Jacksonville has 2. I think that's it for the multiple first round picks this year
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