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  1. So much stuff that was in our control went against us. - Play calling at the end of the first half - Missed field goal - Pointless challenge taking a time out away - Turay's offside - Opportunity to pick up the fumble - Rivers throwing those couple of passes away at the end. A couple of those go our way and it's probably a different result. Generally played well but those details NEED to be tightened up and there's going to be a lot of scrutiny on Reich. We got a hell of a break with Pascal's relatively obvious fumble and still could
  2. The play calling following that 1st and goal combined with that ridiculous offside by Turay are going to end up costing us. Why have this offensive line and JT back there and then get cute. RTDB!
  3. Depth at OT is tempting, but I feel like that's a general problem across the NFL and we should be able to get around that drop off with scheme help and player development. #1 though is pass rush. We get into little spells in games where the opposition QB just sits there for as long as they want and I never feel like we're going to get close. For the amount of cash and 2nd/3rd round picks we have tied into to D line its disappointing but for me it's definitely the obvious weakness.
  4. The calls on Glow and Carrie were both awful in my opinion. Too many NFL games are heavily influenced by the refs response to ticky tacky infringements. It doesn't take away from our horrendous pass rush or baffling offensive play calling 2nd half but the refereeing was a massive factor on the result.
  5. I think you guys are being harsh with the 3/4 talk. I think he's closer to being a #2 receiver than a #4. Love his work ethic generally and he still seems to be solidly improving. He's one of those players who might always look like they're in danger of being replaced by a flashier model but reliability and consistency keeps them in the picture.
  6. I don't mind the aggressive decision but I don't love the play call. Another angle though..... with Nelson and Kelly up there we have to be able to make a bit of a hole. Once Reich makes that decision the execution still needs to be better, especially at an area that is our strength. All worked out in the end so can't be too critical but it's a learning point all around I think.
  7. I might be in the minority but I'm quite enjoying watching the "no-name" wide receivers get their opportunity and develop. Are the all superstars, not even close, but for one reason it another I'm interested in how they get on.
  8. Rivers did what Rivers always does. Looking at that performance it looks like the talk about it being down to poor O-Line play in SD was wishful thinking. I was surprised by the defense though. Expected a lot more from the front 7 in particular.
  9. Literally the same posts last year, everyone got giddy. Very little happened on the field.
  10. To keep social distancing in a stadium the capacity would need to be much smaller than 25% surely? People behind and in front of you not just at the side. And that's even ignoring the logistics of crowding as you get in, come out and how people move around the stadium for bathrooms and concessions. Think it's a logistical nightmare!
  11. I honestly can't remember the last off season we had where our unproven wide receivers weren't hyped to the max. I can't remember the last time the hype proved to be justified either. Maybe this year but I'm definitely in wait and see mifr rather than making any predictions.
  12. Yes. Obviously. JB has always been, and will always be, a back up QB. Theres no shame in that at all, it's a job 99% of the population would love. The only confusion to that statement is simply that quite a lot of people so desperately wanted the Colts to be successful that they pumped sunshine on JB and made him out to be something that he had never shown.
  13. I love this guys attitude and demeanor. I just can't figure out a spot for him to play. Not athletic and penetrating enough for a pass rusher and nowhere near big enough as a run stuffer. I just don't see a future but he's definitely a guy you wish well for.
  14. I think we're putting a lot of faith in this being over quickly. There are 7 coronavirus in the same family as covid-19. Four cause the common cold, plus MERS and SARS. We have no cure for any of them. We've had HIV (another virus obviously) for nearly 60 years and spent half a trillion dollars on it. No vaccine. I know we have to be positive but given those two medical outlooks why would this be over in time for the football season?
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