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  1. Some Colts fans are actually paying customers for the pre-season games. I agree winning doesn't matter. However an entertaining contest is much more fun to attend. The depth this year should provide us more bang for the buck as compared to previous years.
  2. 9-7 with Brissett. Everybody seems to like JB as a solid back-up. With this hypothetical scenario he becomes the starter. Which starter in the NFL would be the best comparison to JB when focusing on his strengths as a QB?
  3. Isn't that like needling us Colts fans. At least that's the way I read it with my Colts colored glasses.
  4. The daily NFL coverage is mind-boggling. TV guys, radio guys, internet guys, ex-players, ex-coaches, ex-GMs and every other type of blathering human being you can think of. How about we Colts fans just tune out Rodney Harrison altogether? He's just trying to needle us and cast doubt on our improvement as a team. Chris Ballard > Rodney Whatshisface
  5. Whose side you on there bud? Hiding? Who's hiding? The Colts line up and play the team standing in front of them week in, week out. Obviously some days go better than others. No matter what the popular opinion is, there will be a championship day when the Patriots go down and go down hard. It's going to take a team whose leadership group is able to match wits with the "almighty" and inspire his players to smash Brady in the mouth over and over. Personally I can't wait to see it happen. Brady whining and complaining at his teammates and coaches during the thrashing. Then the "almighty" at the press conference afterwards, "no comment" "no comment" "no comment". It'll be a great great day for every fan outside of Boston. I believe in our team. Is there time now? We'll see. Go Colts!!!
  6. I say this every year. Earning a reputation as a physically dominant team on both sides of the ball will pave the way to greatness in this league. I remember a coach's joke from when I was an aspiring teenaged hockey player. "Son you need to be like John Wayne toilet paper. Rough, tough and don't take no crap off anybody." Showing my age there, but whatever.
  7. No disrespect to Mr. Hogan, but one door closed means another one opened. Do you promote from within the Colts or do you post this job and hire the best from outside?
  8. The decision to not seek out the Colts and entice them to make an offer is what I question. Colts had a need at the position, an ascending defense, a team that is ready to make a run and boatloads of cash. My thought is he should have chosen to visit the Colts first and convinced CB he was a guy that could get them to a Super Bowl. I wish Newton the best of luck with his shoulder.
  9. Alright then. Moving on. What I don't get is he chose C. Newton over A. Luck to get him to the Super Bowl. Didn't both of them have shoulder surgery at the same time a couple years ago? Since then Luck rehabbed for a whole year and came back with a very strong season. Newton was hurried back and now is having surgery again on the same shoulder. Good luck to you McCoy. I think you made a poor choice decision.
  10. I see your point and agree. You always have to be looking for players who could improve the team. Would it be fair to say that Ballard goes about it in an under the radar kind of way for a reason (possibly to spare the young developing players any dips in confidence or motivation)? Links to CBs interest in higher profile players mostly comes from media people imo.
  11. I think showing interest in too many FAs can cause our young developing players to feel like CB is down on them somehow. The psychology of player development should be overwhelmingly positive so why risk flatlining a player who they believed in when they drafted him.
  12. It should be obvious to McCoy that the Colts are a team that very well could rise to the top of the league this season. If he wants to be part of something special, pick up the phone and set up a visit. NFL free agents need to start taking note, the Colts don't need anyone who's all about the money. They're not desperate anymore. With that all said, I hope McCoy and his agent come their senses and can convince Ballard that this is where he wants to be.
  13. Could there be value in bringing him in to teach the young guys the ways of a former All-Pro? Obviously not the old cheap shot stuff, but the skills to dominate.
  14. Is he a player worth trading up for? How far up would it take?
  15. Thanks for summarizing NCF! A lot of interesting possibilities... This year's draft is very intriguing as a Colts fan. Your summary spurs creative thinking and a challenge beyond who might or might not be available at 26. My thoughts... IF CB decides to move up, he will target a player who is mean and nasty like QN. Personally I'm not biased toward offense or defense - just add another player who has that inner toughness to be the best. The more players the Colts have like that, the tougher "out" they will be in the playoffs.
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