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  1. I like this move: low risk high reward. Plus Frank knows this guy I doubt he would go through all this trouble if he didn't think Wentz was salvageable. I mean he managed to make Rivers a playoff QB when I wouldn't have thought this a year ago.
  2. This is a lost season for a variety of reasons so Jacoby being the starter wouldn't make much of a difference to me for this year at least as this is the last year of his contract. I wouldn't want him back afterwards. Rivers isn't really thinking of the future the Colts need a long term plan getting an old QB works if you're on the verge of a title which the Colts aren't.
  3. The Manning Family Tree is awfully close but yes I agree. Some luck out others don't...
  4. I would've been fine sticking with Jacoby with another year tbh I don't see this team going anywhere with Rivers anymore than Jacoby. However its more than the QB do we have any decent healthy targets. Even though the Colts were top heavy during the Manning years you had Wayne, Harrison and Clark all legit. With the Colts who do we really have that's legit and healthy?
  5. https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2020/11/09/week-11-packers-colts-game-moves-to-425-p-m-et/ [quote]Week 11 Packers-Colts game moves to 4:25 p.m. ET America’s Team ain’t what it used to be. The original 2020 schedule placed Cowboys-Vikings in the high-profile 4:25 p.m. ET spot on the eleventh Sunday of the season. On Monday, the league slid another game into that spot. The contest between the 6-2 Packers and 5-3 Colts moves from 1:00 p.m. ET. It’s unclear whether Packers-Colts will become the primary game sent to most of the country, and it’s stunning to think that
  6. Unless Philip Rivers was brought on so the Colts can tank for Trevor I see no point to the Colts signing him. How exactly is he an upgrade over Jacoby at this point in his career?
  7. Yes I did and I also saw the guy before him and there's no comparison as to who loved football more. Andrew played because he was good at it and sure liked it enough but the injuries etc piled up and it just wasn't fun for him anymore. He doesn't live and die for this sport like Manning did. Manning was willing to come back after 4 neck procedures to still play football(and I'm glad he did even if it was elsewhere). Andrew Luck doesn't have that maniacal need to play this game like Manning, Brady etc. He's not obligated to either but no I don't think he was that passi
  8. Foles magic only works in Philly he's failed everywhere else.
  9. On paper but you still have to play the games. The Colts started off well at 5-2 but still missed the playoffs. Funny you mention the Bears that's the only SB they won. I do agree that you need more than QB to win championships but I think Luck is more talented and with a better roster and him I trust more than Philip Rivers which was what I thought the question was. Unfortunately he lacked heart to play this game it was something he was good at but he was never passionate about it. Which is fine but not the makeup for a franchise QB either.
  10. Better? No However I like that we have a QB who wants to be here and we don't have to wonder about his availability or where his head is at least for the upcoming season.
  11. I'm sorry to say this isn't surprising considering his injuries and age. Even if he lived his quality of life wouldn't have been the same.
  12. https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2020/08/02/howard-mudd-seriously-injured-in-motorcycle-crash/
  13. https://deadline.com/2020/06/doug-williams-sports-biopic-will-packer-productions-1202956684/
  14. https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2020/06/14/no-suspects-yet-in-the-murder-of-reche-caldwell/
  15. https://247sports.com/Article/Reche-Caldwell-dead-Tampa-shooting-Florida-Gators-Football-Steve-Spurrier-147939251/
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