Jump to content
Indianapolis Colts
Indianapolis Colts Fan Forum


  • Posts

  • Joined

  • Last visited


  • Gender

Recent Profile Visitors

6,547 profile views

masterlock's Achievements

Walk On

Walk On (1/6)



  1. Not sure if this has been posted, but here's some pre-draft film analysis of him.
  2. Campbell played 48 of 49 games at Ohio State. So no. I think just a fluky string of bad luck at the pro level.
  3. Not to mention just 1 INT. (And it doesn't hurt that Taylor is in the top-5 in rushing.)
  4. In Wentz, I think we have a skillset that is very comparable to Andrew Luck. Luck was an improviser who took some risks to extend a play; same for Wentz. I think the two are also very comparable in terms of athleticism, mobility, arm strength, mental processing, and accuracy.
  5. Exactly, for all we know, they could finish 13-4. Probably won't, but still mathematically possible. I'm thinking 10-7 is more realistic. Whatever the final record, all they need to do is win the division.
  6. Disagree. Q is worth whatever the market will bear. He's a rare HOF talent, and we're lucky to have him. The personification of tough guy, bass-* football.
  7. The biggest problem, IMO, is the lack of pass rush. The Tampa-2 hybrid that Eberflus is using just doesn't work without a dominant pass rush. I know the Colts have played some good quarterbacks this year, but according to this source, they're dead-last in NFL Team Opponent Average Team Passer Rating at 124.9. That pretty much says it all.
  8. I agree there should be some kind of legal repercussions for threatening someone's life, but 5 years in prison for the first offense? How about a restraining order, ankle bracelet, mandatory psych evaluation and/or anger management?
  9. I think it's pretty straight forward. He had surgery on his ankle, missed a lot of practice time, aggravated the repaired ankle, and is now trying to play through the pain. I'm not surprised that his level of performance is off.
  10. I think it's fair for a GM to intervein in particularly egregious decisions. He is, after all general MANAGER, which includes managing the coach when needed. I think he would've been within his bounds to question playing a QB with TWO ankle sprains, one of which looked to be serious.
  11. I think you can't count on both of those things. If they didn't limit Wentz' snaps on Sunday, when they had every reason to do so, then I don't see them becoming suddenly prudent moving forward. By playing him on Sunday, they were basically saying, 'We're willing to put our star quarterback at risk of further injury to win a game. Short-term thinking IMO. If Wentz can physically stand, I think they'll play him, and he'll get 75% of the snaps.
  12. If they were going to sit him then they would have on Sunday--two sprained ankles, playing with the mobility of a statue.
  13. Yeah, I watched them too. Agree to disagree.
  • Create New...