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  1. Lamar Jackson at 2, Kyle Murray's at 6 and Baker at 10 is all you need to know ab this ranking
  2. The handling of the QB situation is questionable imo as well. I understand giving JB the new contract but when he didn't perform they should have given Chad Kelly the opportunity to play before the season ended. Now signing River for ONE year?!?! Do I think we're competitors now? Yes, but what happens after the fact? We'll be worse off than before. No QB and chances are we're good enough that we pick 20+ in the draft. There's no way we get our franchise guy in that draft range and we won't have enough capitol to trade up. The only possible plans that I think Ballard could have 1) They do believe Chad Kelly can be the guy but they want him to learn behind a vet that has played at a high level. 2) They have talked to Andrew and he does want to come back but he wants to hold off one more season to spend time with his newborn and be 100% sure about his body[yes, I know this is doubtful]. 3) He doesn't exactly have one. He put a bandaid on the problem to save face. Now let me say, I like what Ballard has done w the team. I think he's a good GM, but, the QB situation is mind boggling. I hope he has a plan and I hope it pans out.
  3. True! On a side note, hopefully Leonard doesnt see my post. I don't want him complaining about how he got snubbed again
  4. Imo Nelson has to be #1. Nobody is more dominant at their position. Ty #2, hes the MVP of the team. Leonard a solid 3.
  5. Tom Brady and Philip Rivers will only be a temporary bandaid if picked up. I don't want temporary. I want a franchise guy that we can build around.
  6. Both of those dreams are good, I'll give you that. It sounds like your dreams top mine by a long shot and it makes me jealous :((((
  7. That's not my point. Ofc the priority is to win the game. To do that, when you face one of the best receivers in the game, one that has 122 catches(whatever it was, I'm not looking ut up), in only 13 games, the priority does become stopping the guy. When an all time great from the team has a record on the line you use that as extra motivation. What do we do? Let the guy catch 11 balls in the first half. It's laughable. It's embarrassing. And it's a damn shame for Marvin.
  8. Exactly why I said "shut down their best weapon." Two birds, one stone. Lock him down and hold down the record for our boy.
  9. If I was Marvin I would be furious about last night's game. It's like the coaches and players didn't care one bit ab his record. (Yes, I know we have no current players or coaches besides Mathis that have ties to him). One would think the organization would want to shut down their best weapon and deter him from breaking an all time great colts record.
  10. I'm saying I'm kinda confused by your post. Johnson had a terrible game today. 2 deep catches doesn't equate to "really good" imo. Now if he didn't have any drops today, I would agree that I'm at least looking forward to him progress but man 3 catches on 7 targets. Yikes.
  11. Johnson had a terrible game????
  12. That wasn't my point. Our depth is starting to run thin at the skill position. I thought the obvious, at this point, is to put Ebron on the field more.
  13. I think this being brought up is long overdue. With TY, DF and Campbell missing time I thought for sure we would see more of Ebron. He had some drops early in the season but has played better in the small opportunity he has gotten. He's a playmaker, he needs to be out there. I hope we see a lot of 3 TE formations this Sunday. There's so many possibilities in that formation w the players we have.
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