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  1. Yeah, he's got a ways to go yet, but he's doing well especially not throwing the picks. I like his progress thus far.
  2. Even though I started watching Johnny U in Baltimore, I live here; and there's no doubt I'm an Indy Colts fan.
  3. They were definitely better in this game. I want to say that Wentz has been playing his little heart out. He's still learning the O. He's been beat up. The team has been beat up. Yet, he's had them in every game. I appreciate his heart to put it on the line. Plus, I still believe this is a really good young team. They'll be a tough out when they get their bodies back. If not, who can win without them.
  4. Like all of Reich's players, Pittman needs to just do his job. He has all the skills and seems very motivated. They're going to spread it around. I'm actually high on the entire receiver squad. There is a ton of talent there. The only real question is who'll chair the committee until TY gets back. Why not Pitt?
  5. Started watching Johnny U in the fifties. Been here ever since! Go Colts!

  6. Yeah, it would suck; however, I think even with Rhodes in the lineup, Metcalf and Lockett won't be stopped. The Colts success or lack thereof will be more determined by scheme and the front 7's ability to make Russell have a bad day.
  7. I remember on this forum the year Grover came in, I posted that the quick feet he learned from putting the shot in college might eventually bear fruit. Take all that baby blubber off him and you're left with a big fast MAN. I'm looking for a break out from the Grovenator this year. I've always followed him closely and I really think he's ready, especially with Buck applying the heat that he brings. At least, I think I was right once. LOL. Grove!
  8. C'mon O line! I got a hankerin' for pancakes. We'll leave the meat to the D line.
  9. I think (uh-oh) that Wilson and his outstanding WR 1 & 2 combination will have a big day. That said, the whole left side of their O line is either banged up or rusty. The Colts should be able to put up decent points against this D. The real key reminds me of the Freeney - Mathis days when a couple of late sacks would make the difference. I freely admit that we don't have those guys, but I believe the depth on this D line could achieve the same results. In other words "Run Russell Run"!
  10. This was definitely a nice piece of scouting. It just shows the non-playing team that Chris Ballard has put together. I am looking forward to Strachan's play in the regular season.
  11. The point is quite simple really. The Vikings are having difficulty in the special teams phase as indicated by their performance in preseason week 1. The Colts are trying to take advantage of that with emphasis on special teams this week. Is that not a good idea? I don't see what you don't understand.
  12. The point is quite simple really. The Vikings are having difficulty in the special teams phase as indicated by their performance in preseason week 1. The Colts are trying to take advantage of that with emphasis on special teams this week. Is that not a good idea? I don't see what you don't understand.
  13. I totally agree. You get the impression that his interview responses just describe who the man is. I went to the Vikings sites yesterday and noticed the local press concerns over their last special teams performance. Then the next thing I see is the practice having an emphasis on special teams drills. That is paying attention and good coaching demonstrated.
  14. I just want to say congrats to Jim Irsay. It all starts from the top and Mr. Irsay has brought in a GM and HC that have seemingly put together a group of hard working fine young men. Their get a little better every day mantra is paying dividends. I love that Chris is a dogmatic realist. Is it better for the team is his only concept. I add that he and I seem to often have the same view of what is better for the team. Frank is a man of faith that has faith in his concepts as well. His playing and coaching careers have always been characterized by getting a little better every day. The big bonus is they're all fine members of the community. I'm proud they live in my community.
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