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ReMeDy

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  1. How does a player retiring though count as $25 million in dead money? If he was injured, okay, I get it, but he literally isn't even on injured reserve, or anything. He is purged from our roster's existence. He retired. Give us 100% of our money back.
  2. Okay, but how is it Irsay's fault Luck was injured snowboarding?: http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000959225/article/andrew-luck-opens-up-about-snowboarding-accident-injury How does Irsay protect Luck from something like that? If injuries are to blame for Luck's retirement, perhaps Luck shouldn't have been so irresponsible.
  3. Question: Let's say five years from now Luck wants to play football. Do we own his contract rights? I just don't want him jumping ship to another team. Can you imagine Luck playing for the Patriots?
  4. The good news is Luck has more time for his book club. I wonder what book he will recommend next... perhaps The Art of the Deal.
  5. I only watched the preseason highlights, but nearly every play from Walker was him throwing to the wrong jersey, or into traffic.
  6. Don't worry, his team will fade into obscurity once McDaniels takes over.
  7. Case in point: Atlanta vs. New England in the Superbowl. Atlanta dramatically changed their game-plan late, allowing New England (more specifically, Tom Brady) to torch them. Teams who are ahead are fine giving up underneath plays, which pads the QB's stats, because the team who is ahead thinks the clock is their worst enemy. Problem is conceding all these underneath pass plays builds momentum in the offense, making them play better.
  8. imo, if I were Jerry Jones, I admit that me and my organization made a mistake keeping Dak and we wish to apologize to our fans for the ordeal. We will endeavor to do better. No? They won't admit to their mistakes? Okay, then insanity it is: Keep doing the same thing expecting a different result.
  9. I think the Colts are trying to build a good locker room of clean players with the right personality, but a veteran with a mean-streak might tear into that, so maybe they figured he wasn't worth the risk.
  10. So how much more money are these so-called cancer experts going to need to find a cure? You could give them 100 trillion and somehow they won't find it. I love Irsay's gesture of good-will, but you know that money will just line someone else's pockets.
  11. Hi John, "Thanks for your love and support. It means everything to me. Go Colts!" ~Josh
  12. It's a good thing we ranked 1st so we could read the entirety of his opinion on us.
  13. I think he's implying Goodell is allowing the Pats to win, hence will Goodell allow the Colts to win within the next decade in the same manner?
  14. It sounds like he doesn't like Gronk. That reminds me, New England a couple years ago were in discussions about trading Gronk, until Gronk refused, saying he didn't want to play for anyone other than New England. He basically threatened retirement if he were to get traded. I imagine Belichick wasn't happy about that, as it kept the team from securing some draft picks.
  15. Sure, only family... The guy takes a coaching job, then a year later realizes, "Oh snap, I forgot about my family!" Then quits.
  16. Voted; 52% Colts. 4 hours left. 100,744 votes.
  17. If you're saying did they botch Lasik surgery, then I'd be inclined to agree. I don't know if black visor helmets are legal anymore, but if so, they should give him one. At this point, we may as well not hide it.
  18. True, but something tells me Alabama isn't going to let Trent Richardson back into a uniform, so that's like comparing apples to oranges.
  19. I'd like to see more games for a bigger sample data. Richardson's expertise is brute raw strength, which is also why he did so well in college -- his opposition was undersized. Now we're placing Trent in a development league and suddenly we're surprised he's doing well? I'm not biting yet. You put me into a game with a bunch of old ladies and I can make myself look strong, too.
  20. Agreed. The fact the NFL has its blessings and routinely is posting news about it on their own NFL website is huge. Big names in the business are helming it, including Hines Ward and Bill Polian. I like Kurt Warner also reporting on it. It's marketed as a developmental league; NOT a direct competitor, which I think is huge because the AAF knows it can't compete with the NFL anyways. Also, it's worth noting since the collapse of the original XFL, fantasy football has expanded a lot more, so that might give people a motivation to root for teams/players when money's involved.
  21. The only issue I have with the AAF is the defenses are only allowed to blitz a maximum of five guys. I understand what Barry Sears said above, but does this mean this is a temporary rule until teams can get acclimated to their coaching staff and the speed of the game? If it's for safety reasons, then I find it ironic they allow these hits on the QB: So I don't know if the AAF is trying to promote more safety or less, lol.
  22. My favorite part so far is the referee in the skybox. Check this out; this will blow people's minds: THIS is the level of transparency the NFL needs. They need to up the mic quality a bit, but it's a start.
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