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  1. Exactly. It has to be a little of both.
  2. Inman doesn't suck. Cain is unproven but showed something in camp. What do you like so much about Funchess? Is it the drops? At least Inman can hold on to the ball.
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    One stance I refuse to back down from this offseason.

    From what I've read, this draft is especially deep in D-lineman prospects: https://www.indystar.com/story/sports/nfl/colts/2019/03/02/indianapolis-colts-chris-ballard-jachai-polite-brian-burns-clelin-ferrell-kemoko-turay-tyquan-lewis/3034059002/
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    One stance I refuse to back down from this offseason.

    I don't think you're going to have to worry about spending a high pick on a safety. Pretty sure Ballard will go defensive lineman based on comments he's made this off-season in interviews.
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    What can we learn from the pats??

    How do you know it's not Brady that makes Belichick look good?
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    Ballard on off-season pass rush

    See attached screenshot.
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    Ballard on off-season pass rush

    Well, nobody can outbid the Colts if they really want someone, considering they're No. 1 in cap space. I would love to see Clowney too. But I've got a feeling that Ballard will resist going for the "big name" free agents. I think it offends his sensibilities somehow.
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    Ballard on off-season pass rush

    Well, nobody can outbid the Colts if they really want someone, considering they're No. 1 in cap space. I would love to see Clowney too. But I've got a feeling that Ballard will resist going for the "big name" free agents. I think it offends his sensibilities somehow. Well, nobody can outbid the Colts if they really want someone, considering they're No. 1 in cap space. I would love to see Clowney too. But I've got a feeling that Ballard will resist going for the "big name" free agents. I think it offends his sensibilities somehow. Well, nobody can outbid the Colts if they really want someone, considering they're No. 1 in cap space. I would love to see Clowney too. But I've got a feeling that Ballard will resist going for the "big name" free agents. I think it offends his sensibilities somehow. Well, nobody can outbid the Colts if they really want someone, considering they're No. 1 in cap space. I would love to see Clowney too. But I've got a feeling that Ballard will resist going for the "big name" free agents. I think it offends his sensibilities somehow. Well, nobody can outbid the Colts if they really want someone, considering they're No. 1 in cap space. I would love to see Clowney too. But I've got a feeling that Ballard will resist going for the "big name" free agents. I think it offends his sensibilities somehow.
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    Lessons learned from Chiefs game

    Completely agree about offensive ineptitude. I'm baffled by it. To me, it just seemed like Luck didn't have any time to throw whatsoever, the KC pass rush was that unstoppable. I just don't know if another WR would've made a difference if Luck didn't have to throw to him.
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    Colts have fired OL coach Dave DeGuglielmo

    Sounds like the Colts want to get even better. I have no problem with this move. Look at what happened versus KC.
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    Reality check

    Right, but 99.9% of all conversations about "strength of schedule," including the one I was reacting to, aren't talking about in-season strength of schedule, which is why I posted the link.
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    Reality check

    Strength of schedule is for the most part a worthless calculation: http://www.sharpfootballanalysis.com/blog/2018/ignore-virtually-all-offseason-nfl-strength-of-schedule-information
  13. I was thinking the same thing. The Colts had been so successful moving the chains in 3rd-and-short situations, why now in the playoffs does that suddenly change? Why do we get away from what has worked for the past 11 games?
  14. All Inman did for us this season was make plays.
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    Vinny

    IMO, Vinatieri is washed up. Time to move on. He's been a great kicker, but his better days are behind him. Head-scratching missed kicks this season and now in the playoffs are a sign he's lost "it".