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  1. Remember TY last year, all the ankle woes, not practicing, but then he would man up on Sundays? Unless there is something structurally wrong with Luck’s ankle, it would be a BIG disappointment if he doesn’t simply play through the pain.
  2. Dorsett for Brissett = Colts WIN!!!!!! Trade looking especially good right now.
  3. Vs GreenBay ... Unitas > Starr Jones > whatever mediocrity GB had in the 70s Manning > Favre Luck < Rodgers (so far, but that may change depending on Rodger’s and Luck’s next bunch of years). Colts win vs GB, currently by a score of 3-1!
  4. And even with the shortened career, he still fit in a league MVP award. Fact of the matter is, during his time healthy, he was the premier QB in the league. Better than Bradshaw, better than Staubach, better than Stabler, and better than Fouts. If not for the injury, Bert Jones would have been a HOF lock. Unitas, Jones, Manning, & Luck ... without any hesitation, that Colts foursome trumps all others put out there by the article. Montana & Young are hard to beat as a twosome, but throw in two other QBs and it’s pretty obvious to me that no franchise can match the Colts for stellar QBs.
  5. Unitas > Starr, so methinks the scale is not tipped.
  6. Absolutely NO way Green Bay should be ahead of the Colts. Manning > Favre Andrew Luck + Bert Jones + Johnny Unitas >>>>>>>>>> than Aaron Rodgers i would actually say none of the others are ahead of the Colts either.
  7. From a Bucky Brooks article I read today on NFL.com ( http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000001030537/article/breakout-nfl-players-for-2019-dak-prescott-is-a-30-million-qb ). Coming in the 5th spot, Colts’ Anthony Walker. Thoughts? .... “Here are five more young players who could break out in 2019: 1) Aaron Jones, RB, Green Bay Packers: Matt LaFleur's previous experience with the Rams and Falcons should give him a greater appreciation for the running game's impact on the play of the quarterback. Jones has teased Packer backers with a robust yards-per-carry average of 5.5 in each of his first two NFL seasons (214 total carries), but he was an underutilized RB1/RB2 in the previous system. Although LaFleur has discussed using a committee approach in Green Bay, Jones' explosiveness and versatility could make him a 1,000-yard rusher and 50-catch receiver as the team's lead back. 2) Harold Landry, OLB, Tennessee Titans: The second-year pro has already opened eyes as a pass rusher with his impressive first-step quickness and body control. Landry turns the corner like a cat chasing a mouse, and his closing burst to the quarterback from the back side makes him a threat to tally 10-plus sacks as a full-time starter. Given Cameron Wake's attention-grabbing presence, Landry could emerge as a force off the edge this season. 3) Mike Williams, WR, Los Angeles Chargers: OK, Williams did score 10 touchdowns on just 43 catches last season, but the third-year pro should break out even more now that he is officially the WR2 opposite Keenan Allen. As a big-bodied pass catcher with a huge catch radius, Williams is a dominant red-zone weapon capable of winning alley-oops against any corner. Should Philip Rivers continue to trust the young pass catcher in critical moments, the Chargerscould have a pair of 1,000-yard receivers on the perimeter. 4) Kenyan Drake, RB, Miami Dolphins: Chad O'Shea brings a playbook from New England that calls for versatile running backs in the game plan. Drake is a big-bodied hybrid back with outstanding route-running and pass-catching skills. He averaged 43 catches over the past two seasons as a rotational player, but the 25-year-old could become an 80-catch guy in an offense designed to put the ball in the hands of playmakers in space. With Drake also flashing the potential to become a 1,000-yard rusher, the Dolphins could make No. 32 their feature playmaker in a retooled offense. 5) Anthony Walker, MLB, Indianapolis Colts: It's weird to suggest a player who just eclipsed 100 tackles is under the radar, but the Colts' middle linebacker has largely been overshadowed by his All-Pro teammate, Darius Leonard. Walker's impressive instincts and awareness, as well as his high-revving motor, make him an ideal fit for Matt Eberflus' hustle-and-flow scheme. If the Colts' defense picks up where it left off a season ago, Walker could join Leonard as a household name and one of the top linebackers in football.”
  8. It might be just me, but with Cain & Fountain coming hard for their 2nd training camp, and now adding Campbell in the draft and having added Funchess in free agency, I am not so sure that Rogers’ spot on the roster is as assured as a lot of people seem to be saying. Time shall tell and it’s going to be a very interesting training camp for the receiver crew.
  9. Rocky approves the selection of Rock.
  10. C’mon people that are in the know, let’s see some revised 2nd round mocks. Chop chop!
  11. Tough to accurately evaluate until all the picks shake out and we see how the players that are actually involved end up performing, obviously. In a world of instant gratification, though, it comes off as a downer, BUT if the 2nd rounder next year ends up being a top 5 or even top 10 in the round, based purely on picks, I think the trade is a win! Especially if you accept the notion put out there that there is VERY little separating the talent available from pick 26ish to 50ish. IF you accept that premise, you get a roughly equal talent this year AND you pick up a potential premium talent next year! The concept of replenishing talent year over year over year = smart! Still, a bit of a drag for this year, for us “fans”, though. But a nice boon for us fans next year. Gotta hit on the picks, though, that is the important thing.
  12. Posted 14 minutes ago Clark reportedly traded to KC for the Chiefs 1st and 2nd round picks next year (2020), and a swap of 3rd round picks this year. The trade subject to KC signing Clark to a long term contract. For the price, glad it wasn't the Colts.
  13. Clark reportedly traded to KC for the Chiefs 1st and 2nd round picks next year (2020), and a swap of 3rd round picks this year. The trade subject to KC signing Clark to a long term contract. For the price, glad it wasn't the Colts.
  14. Saw this posted yesterday at NFL.com ... Indianapolis Colts » Round 1, No. 26 overall: Dexter Lawrence, DT, Clemson » Round 2, No. 34 (from Jets): Deebo Samuel, WR, South Carolina » Round 2, No. 59: Nasir Adderley, S, Delaware » Round 3, No. 89: Kahale Warring, TE, San Diego State » Round 4, No. 129: Austin Bryant, DE, Clemson » Round 4, No. 135: Iman Marshall, CB, USC » Round 5, No. 164: Tre'Von Coney, LB, Notre Dame » Round 6, No. 199: Alex Bars, OG, Notre Dame » Round 7, No. 240: Olabisi Johnson, WR, Colorado State http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000001027113/article/chad-reuter-2019-sevenround-nfl-mock-draft-team-by-team http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000001027100/article/chad-reuter-2019-sevenround-nfl-mock-draft-round-1 Thoughts?
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