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  1. While we have been stout against the run, the Ravens present a unique challenge as their entire offense is centered around the read option/triple option game with a dynamic runner in Jackson at qb. This isn’t the typical smash mouth iform or single back, half back dive offense. This is like preparing for a college offense And something that is rarely seen at this level. If we can slow the run and force Jackson to beat us with his arm by staying in the pocket we will have a great shot. Leonard will have to spy Jackson and delay blitz as a second wave in passing situations as he is so dynamic as
  2. What is happening with Taylor kind of reminds me of what happened with Melvin Gordon in his first year with the Chargers. Coming from Wisconsin Gordon struggled his first year in the NFL looking indecisive and nothing like the game breaker that was seen in college. In year 2 the Chargers brought in his college fullback and went to more Iform Looks where the fullback would guide him to the hole and he would cut off that. All of a sudden Gordon started looking more decisive and he also started becoming more comfortable with shotgun runs as he found a rhythm. The Colts May need to cater
  3. The biggest issue is the play calling on both sides of the ball, but mainly on the defensive side of the ball. We continue playing this vanilla zone that takes away nothing and just leaves every receiver wide open. We basically were destroyed by a Colt McCoy type qb with limited physical tools because we do not adjust to the opponent defensively to take things away. There’s a reason a guy like Lovie Smith is no longer an NFL head coach. Any avg NFL Qb will shred a soft zone that requires the DBs and linebackers to play 8 yards off.
  4. Defense is a scheme issue. Soft zone all game will not work anymore.
  5. Guys like Duvernay and Tyler Johnson are slot WRs and Campbell is still developing at that spot. We need a big physical/outside wr more in the funchess/Pittman/Mims mould.
  6. Agree he is the perfect cover 3 corner if hooker can cover centerfield.
  7. Myles Garrett Pro bowler Mitch Trubisky Solid starter Solomon Thomas solid starter Leonard Fournette Pro bowler Corey Davis Solid starter Jamal Adams Pro bowler Mike Williams Solid starter Christian McCaffrey Pro bowler John Ross Bust Patrick Mahomes Solid starter Marshon Lattimore Solid starter Deshaun Watson Bust Haasan Reddick Solid starter Derek Barnett Solid starter Malik Hooker Pro bowler
  8. Hes very similar to John Ross who went very early in the draft last week. He needs to be coached. He needs to perfect route running to reach his potential. He needs to learn to change speed during routes to deceive the defense. He has talent but our coaching staff has shown they have no clue how to use him. Even if you give him a few screens or a drag a game it would be effective. The kid has incredible speed but we choose to just use him on clear outs all game.
  9. Willis or Rivers next hopefully
  10. Butler is going to have to play the slot if he wants to get on the field because he and hooker play the same spot and neither is an in the box safety
  11. Best corner picked so far outside of lattimore.
  12. Great pick. Love it. The first two picks have put us in position to run a Seattle cover 3 press style defense, but we also have the corners to play straight man in your face.
  13. Qcolts

    Kiper

    They were absolutely right about the tackling. He misses too many tackles. Hes great in coverage but the tackling needs some work. I would say worst case scenario is Jairus Byrd, Reggie Nelson.
  14. Quincy Wilson, Kevin King, Jordan Willis, Tim Williams
  15. You can probably add Quincy Wilson to this list. He's 6ft 1, 4.54 forty, 3 ints in 49 targets in 2016 per PFF. I think we are better off drafting the ilb, or edge rusher in Rd1 and taking one of these corners in rd 2.
  16. Davis is better than Reddick. Lots of people just listening to the talking heads on tv. Other than Foster there isn't a better LB in this class.
  17. Kamara reminds me of Lamar Miller. Good initial burst, but not much wiggle in the open field and goes down easily on contact.
  18. Offense: McCaffrey Cook Defense: Tak McKinley Reuben Foster Jarrad Davis (better than Reddick, explosive to the ball and great leadership) Jabrill Peppers (best safety in the draft imo. Reminds me of Bob Sanders on tape. We need playmakers anywhere we can find them on D) Charles Harris DO Not Draft List: Marlon Humphrey - does not find the ball. Gets beat deep in college. Tre White - Better corners later in the draft IMO. Oj Howard- not a position of need , Evan engram who can be picked later looks like a Jordan Reed cl
  19. Wouldn't mind this pick. This defense needs playmakers. Not one player on our entire defense screams playmaker. If he's that guy, you pick him and find a place for Geathers.
  20. Tabor is the better of the 2 players. Unless Wilson goes to a team like Seattle where he only plays Cover 3 and stays on the boundary, he will be exposed at the NFL level. He will struggle severely against quicker WRs.
  21. Jalen Tabor ran slow at the combine but is the best corner in this draft IMO. If we can get him in round 2, it is a no brainer.
  22. He had an excellent season but I have a very hard time saying he's a top 5 WR. He isn't better than Julio Jones, Antonio Brown, Odell Beckham, Aj Green, or Mike Evans IMO. I do think he is in the top 10 but I would trade him for any of those 5 in a heartbeat. I also believe that Dorsett's best chance to excel is playing in the slot. Watching how the Steelers utilize Eli Rogers or how the packers utilize Randall Cobb makes me feel Dorsett would do really well in that role if given the opportunity. We already know Hilton can play on the outside, but Dorsett has yet to show that he
  23. 1. Edge Rusher- if you cannot pressure the qb on third and long , you are always going to struggle getting off the field on defense. 2. Rb- gore has been good, but gore lacks game breaking ability. If you look at the Falcons and cowboys both have weaker defenses that are protected by a strong run game. Currently, if I'm a coordinator against the colts I am never stacking the box because a long run for gore is like 15 yards. A guy like cook can take it to the house on any play. Furthermore, pounding the rock successfully and allowing luck to throw off playaction is a recipe for a top offe
  24. Qb style of play is a factor here. Carr tends to get the ball out very quickly. Luck tends to hold the ball more trying to extend plays. Even when the Raiders were awful, Carr was one of the least sacked qbs. Carr has the Peyton mentality of getting the ball out of his hands. Luck has the Big Ben mentality. Both are excellent young qbs, but Luck's offensive line will always tend to give up more sacks IMO.
  25. Awful pick. He might be our worst wr.
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