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  1. My completely uninformed prediction is Pagano will stay, Grigson will go and Jimmy Raye III will be promoted and take over as GM. Raye just attended the seminar for prospective GMs this last offseason and Pagano really seems like an Irsay guy more than Grigson to me. I think it's the only way Irsay can move the GM and keep someone who will give Pagano another chance. Of course, I don't know much.
  2. I'm hoping for James Cowser with one of these final picks.
  3. For me, Nick VanHoose, DB - Northwestern Joey Hunt, C - TCU Elandon Roberts, ILB - Houston Teddy Karras, OG - Illinois K.J. Maye, WR - Minnesota Trevon Stewart, FS - Houston Mehdi Abdesmad, DE - Boston College Jake Ruddock, QB - Michigan Rico Gathers, PF - Baylor Adam Fuehne, TE - Southern Illinois
  4. Keep Pagano, fire Grigson, give Jimmy Raye III the GM power and see how that goes. But that's just me.
  5. Honestly, if they want to fire Grigson and Chuck, you have Jimmy Raye III and Chud waiting in the wings. Chud could take either Chuck or Pep's role. Might as well give both an audition at a higher role.
  6. That's the thing, to me. Teams like to often keep high upside projects on the back end of the roster, but the Colts have that at 3 and 4 WR with Moncrief and Dorsett. Griff is the modest upside #5 with reliable hands and crafty enough route running.
  7. Don't tell us, we can't get them ready. Grigson hasn't listened to my emails since... well, he's never listened to my emails.
  8. Varga!? I love that guy! Wonder how they intend to use him - as a fullback or tailback. I think he has all the tools to play tailback, but his Senior Bowl work showed his willing and able to do anything. One of my favorite players in this draft and a guy I'm really pulling for.
  9. The Colts have a late first pick, and I think Gurley is valued right there, if not a little earlier. I love the player and would be thrilled to have a solid running mate for Gore who could eventually be a top guy in the league. I'm not against anyone that could be a really big contributor, and I think Gurley absolutely could.
  10. Round 1 - #29 A - Cameron Erving, C/OG - Florida State B - Arik Armstead, DE - Oregon C - Eddie Goldman, NT - Florida State Round 2 - #61 A - Xavier Cooper, DE - Washington State B - Josh Shaw, S - Southern California Round 3 - #93 A - Daryl Williams, RT - Oklahoma B - Javorius Allen, HB - Southern California Round 4 - #128 A - Tyler Varga, HB - Yale B - Bryce Hager, ILB - Baylor Round 5 - #165 A - Zach Hodges, OLB - Harvard B - Bobby Richardson, DE - Indiana Round 6a - #204 A - Adrian Amos, S - Penn State B - Jamarcus Nelson, RS - Alabama-Birmingham Round 6b - #206 A - Mark Weismna, FB - Iowa B - Tayo Fabuluje, OG - TCU Round 7a - #244 A - Josh Lambo, K - Texas A&M B - Bobby McCain, CB - Memphis Round 7b - #255 A - Hutson Mason, QB - Georgia B - Terry Williams, NT - East Carolina
  11. Moncrief and Johnson have similar body types and athletic abilities (well, when Johnson was younger). Johnson should be a great mentor for Moncrief. Not that he won't help others, but Moncrief has a great guy to try and emulate in front of him.
  12. Dan Moore is also there. He had a cup of coffee with Indy in the preseason a couple years ago.
  13. To the part I tried to highlight. He might have been an option to be our future NT, but I think you just ruined it by insulting him. He played his college football as an Oklahoma Sooner! Way to ruin our chances! is it mandatory to verify this is a joke? No? Alright. I'm dead serious then.
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