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  1. It's eye opening how one position more so than all others can cause such a trickle effect; it conjures discontent among not only the organization but the fans and media as well. This is all less than one year away from an AFC Championship Game and being the consensus pick to make a run at that all coveted Trophy and Ring. I will state it plainly: the injury of Andrew Luck has caused us to put a microscope in front of a unforgiving eye, Trent Richardson trade still haunts us so does The Wraith know to all as Vontae Davis. My humble opinion doesn't hold any sway in these Five Points; whatever the Owner and his family decide I can only realize these are people making what they believe to be their best decision for their livelihood: all of us can relate, now add the pressure of a City. Appreciate the struggle understand the hustle.
  2. Where do people get this idea we are deep at receiver, besides the obvious, that being TY and Andre what proven commodity do we have at the position? Moncrief did the utmost with his time on the field but flashes are not guarantees. As for Duron he is a mystery inside an enigma wrapped inside a puzzle that is also inside a Jack in the Box, I'm still not sure about that place; some may say "he produce in the CFL"... ok, "well his dad is Cris Carter" your point being? All I'm trying to get at is this: there seems to be a blind faith in these young unproven receivers. I'll be the first to admit I was surprised by the pick who the hell wasn't? I did know one thing though, I loved it as well as the rest of the draft. I've learned one thing about this city of mine, Fickle and Pessimistic. Greg Doyel says he doesn't understand, good because if a sportswriter understood what our GM, or our team was thinking: then, yes then I would truly be worried. It is not you're job to understand Gregory what the team is thinking; your occupation consists of typing what you see don't think too much baby, it gives you wrinkles. To sum this up I hope everyone does their thing this year but I will really be pulling for Dorsett and Robinson. Go Indy. Go Colts.
  3. I highly doubt it was Andre, these guys workout together and Andre is 31 so throw that one out buddie. Now Moncrief, Carter and that rest of these young unproven receivers: which people claim is a deep position. I guess people have blind faith that Carter and Moncrief are the bee knees with just a few snaps for Moncrief; he did catch a lot of fans eye (or eyes whatever), as for Duron he is an utter mystery. I for one will be pulling for everyone but especially young Phillip Dorsett and Josh Robinson.
  4. I like the way we did things in free agency: veterans, to set a standard for the players at their respected positions on and off the field. Look everyone should try to understand Grigsy will hit and he'll miss, there is one thing for certain though; He ain't scared to swing jack.
  5. Yeah it's good to have a guy for the facts; not as if there is an all knowing search engine at the fingertips of any human assuming they are equipped with a functioning brain: and said fingertips of course. So in closing, thank you for the fact check, I'm sure you're all the rave at local happenings. p.s. cute smiley face.
  6. Daniel Adongo, a young rugby player who has a familiarity with carrying the ball; let us not forget all you have to do is look at the man with your eyes (or eye whatever) and see that he is an athlete. The football deities know we need some kind of spark in the run game: There is a strong possibility that you may find this confusing; it could easily even be infuriating, but there is a long haul before we see some Colts ball and I believe Richardson and Bradshaw are going to be dismissed. So why not take a shot in the dark: hey if it doesn't work whatever it was a corny phrase that involves swinging at things in the dark, oh but if it does, even for a year, you sir, are a genius.
  7. We are talking about a guy who is 24 with the ability and potential, someone would give up something; luckily with the news that he was suspended we don't have to worry about the money aspect: if we do choose to release him that is.
  8. Nick Fairley and Matt Hasselbeck.
  9. Believe me we could easily get a 4th, 5th or hell a 6th rounder or even a combination of late picks. The guy is young and the potential is there; great pass blocker, can catch the ball well enough and can make the moves in the open field, when he gets the opportunity to get out of the back field: which is very rare, I feel obligated to drive the point through that Trent will go on to have a good career on the right team and in the right scheme; of course that all means nothing if he isn't able to keep a good head on his shoulders which I believe he has and will continue to.
  10. We should trade Andrew Luck for Concrete Charlie Bednarik and the guy who played Johnny in 'Johnny Be Good' (but he could never break character; it would be well known throughout the land, and stored written record.) All foolishness aside: why just release Trent when we could trade him get ANYTHING, and move on; believe me friend we can get something from someone why take on the dead money? Richardson has the ability he just simply doesn't fit with this team and has possible issues outside of football. Thanks.
  11. Well here we are: an AFC Championship game and a Cory Redding guarantee. This team has amazed and baffled, from great wins to head scratching blowouts; we are truly battle tested. And yet, the main stream media would rather discuss Andrew Lucks beard and why the other team lost. All of that said we are truly blessed to be the home town of the horseshoe. So the next time you hear a tight lipped man (who shall remain unnamed) on ESPN 2 say anything about OUR guy, OUR team or OUR owner; remember this Tim Tebow, Robert Griffin and Johnny Manziel: those were his guys. Andrew Luck he is ours. Go Colts!! Go Indy!!
  12. Number one it is spelled Khaled and B he did say "Khaled stop it". Two truth bombs metaphorically dropped on your internet head... Boom..Herron
  13. Sometimes I find myself watching Colts games, let me take that back it is not sometimes it's every game; most post game interviews, and a literal ton of nonexistent highlight film. Here are some phrases that I tend to find myself repeating; Andrew Run! Andrew F***ING RUN! Who was covering that tight-end? Damn it Greg. Block. BLOCK. BLOCK! Hold on to the ball. A few others as well, though I'm sure you get the point. Do not take me wrong: in no way am I complaining just speaking my mind or typing it, if you want to start cracking wise. If I could just get one thing through to everyone it would be read this with an open mind and speak with one. I am truly intrigued by the prospects of getting to read your opinions of this team and of course of the NFL in general; let us be honest now (old male Russian voice) of course I would love to stick with matters only pertaining to Colts Football but the NFL today with the over analyzing media outlets is always ripe with story lines to discuss. So remember this is a rambling blog: the only real objective is to speak your mind no real rhyme or reason.
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