Jump to content
Indianapolis Colts

colt18

Member
  • Content Count

    575
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Posts posted by colt18


  1. 13 minutes ago, Myles said:

    Yep, sure have.   I'll stand by my comment that he is a decent back up QB.

    Never great.   He was decent starting 9 games for Houston.  61% completion, 19 TD's, 7 INT's, QB rating of 91.4.   That's decent for a back up QB.   

    So out of 10 seasons you only mention one season where he was okay? And then proceeded to get blown out and throw four (!!!) interceptions in a wild card loss?  Did you forget that he got benched for Ryan Mallett in the first game of the same season? And only got back in because Mallett got hurt?
     

    why didn’t you mention the season before when he played more games (14) and had worse stats (12 TDs-13 INTs, 56% and 76.5 rating)? Why is it that you are basically ignoring that for the entirety of his career, he’s been a volatile, inadequate option? That’s without mentioning that’s he not even a winning QB, something that typically defines a good backup QB...

    • Like 1
    • Confused 1

  2. 4 minutes ago, Myles said:

     

    They prove the comment - "he is a known turnover machine" was not accurate.   34 INT's in 67 games isn't that bad.    I'm not saying he is a great QB.   Decent backup though.

    Again I ask, have you ever watched him play before he signed to the Colts? I’m assuming you haven’t.

    • Confused 1

  3. On 11/12/2019 at 10:24 AM, Myles said:

    I agree with your post except the bolded part.   Hoyer has 52 TD's and 34 INT's for his career (67 games).  

    Have you ever watched Hoyer before his stint with the Colts? He’s a terrible QB and those numbers don’t prove otherwise. Hell, against the worst team in the league he made a bunch of turnover worthy throws alone. Why do you continue to defend him?

    • Confused 1

  4. I don’t understand anyone that had hope for Hoyer. Have you people never watched him play before? I remember during the Peyton Manning days when we used to play teams with terrible QBs like Sage Rosenfels, knowing no matter what they were going to mess up and give the game away. Hoyer gives me the same exact feeling, except he plays for my team now.

     

    I’ve lost respect for the opinions of anyone who really thought Hoyer wasn’t going to mess % up. 


  5. 28 minutes ago, Moosejawcolt said:

    And this year.  Leonard is living off last years hype.  He is struggling this year.  I will give him the fact that he does make a big play or 2.

    Leonard was literally the only bright spot on the first half of this game.

     

    what is it going to take for you to drop this hilariously bad gimmick of not liking Leonard? Smh

    • Like 1

  6. On 11/4/2019 at 1:32 PM, Myles said:

    No he is not.   He is just not a great starter.   Most back ups are not great starters.   He's a good back up QB though.  I'd take him over a few starters for other teams (Darnold, Dalton, Trubisky, Mariota and maybe Winston and Mayfield).

    This post has aged terribly


  7. I see us winning by at least 10.

     

    Our defense should be able to stymie whatever the Dolphins have on offense and their defense is bad. Overall they are a bad team. I see us running it down their throats and shutting them down on offense.


  8. It's probably due to the reliance on the run game. Doyle is a better blocker, better at catching but significantly worse at RAC. Every single time he catches a ball you know he's going to get cut down. Ebron has all the moves but inconsistent hands. It makes sense, even tho I wish Ebron would get more targets.

    • Like 4

  9. 23 hours ago, GoColts8818 said:

    Leonard hit him in the head.  Honestly I was shocked he didn’t get flagged the play before that for hitting the Steelers QB while he was sliding.  Still you are 100% right about the second call.  I’d say it was the worst call I had seen all year if they hadn’t flagged our linebacker for tackling later in the game.

    Leonard did not hit him in the head, are you kidding me? Are you gonna tell me that Tell touched the WR? That Leonard hit JuJu out of bounds? That the Steelers didn’t hit our punter? That was a weak call in a game filled with them....the refs made some bad calls on both sides but they were straight up imagining penalties against the Colts. 


  10. 50 minutes ago, Myles said:

    No he is not.   He is just not a great starter.   Most back ups are not great starters.   He's a good back up QB though.  I'd take him over a few starters for other teams (Darnold, Dalton, Trubisky, Mariota and maybe Winston and Mayfield).

    :lol:

     

     

    • Confused 1
×
×
  • Create New...