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  1. It's not skewed. You must include strong and weak teams in SoS.
  2. How else can SoS be done at beginning of the season?
  3. Not so. Games with playoff implications are often moved to prime time.
  4. Noooooooooooo. It's a must to suit both QBs up every week.
  5. More like 10 new TOPICS. The Colts lost 5 starters from 2020 (Rivers, Costonzo, Autry, Houston, Walker, Hooker). They have replaced 1 from trades (Wentz), 0 from FA and 1 from draft (Paye). We'll see if re-positioning or home-grown can fulfill the rest.
  6. I had no idea who won. It looked like a monumental task to score all entries, so I thought I would help the process along by self-scoring. I thought the breakdown by position was also informative, considering I only picked one player correctly and others picked more than that.
  7. No...they are cut-and-pasted from the excellent Dr. T’s annual, official Colts Draft Contest for 2021. The scoring listed were my scores in this year's contest.
  8. Correctly choosing choice A merits 5 points, while correctly choosing choice B or C instead will merit 4 and 3 points respectively. If one of your "A" selections is chosen, but in a different round than you predicted, you get 2 points, if one of your "B" selections is chosen in a different round than you predicted, you get 1 point, and if one of your "C" selections is chosen in a different round than you predicted, you get 0.5 points. In addition, you will also get to earn an additional point by predicting correctly if the Colts will trade their first round pick this year, but with a twist! If
  9. You're forgetting Mathis and Freeney. You want 5 TEs on roster?
  10. This is what happens when you let an intern select your #54 pick.
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