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  1. JB is a game manager, and a slow decision making gm right now in that role. He throws late to the dump off guy. He doesn't trust himself to make throws. He wastes good, clean pockets that we dreamed of Luck having for years. He then has the bonehead play that usually comes at a horrible time in the game. (first pick in Titans game) and the second pick came after they picked up zero yards on first down because he, again, threw late to the dump off guy. So pressure really started to amp up. Not all on him, of course. He's bad though. I'd rather draft and give a middle round QB a shot to prove himself next year. Brady, Wilson, Dak... not like it's impossible.
  2. there was no pass attempt on the 3rd down prior to the FGA that was blocked and returned for a TD JB stood in a nice pocket and wasted 3 seconds then scrambled to his left and lost 2 yards.
  3. yeah defense was fine today even held them to a FG when JB threw his first pick while colts had the ball in their own territory inside the 30... on a first down... while still ahead. BONEHEAD pick. he was off balance, moving a bit and starting to get tackled and tried to throw it down the middle of the field to a standing Doyle and it flies off high on him for one of the easiest picks ever. horrible decision. why does he do that then refuses to throw deep or on time to guys in clean pockets?
  4. game was tied because JB threw a pick on first down with the colts ahead by 3... while the team was on their own 25... because he "tried to do too much" throwing late down the middle while he was not set, off balance and also starting to get wrapped up by a defender. stupid, inexcusable, horrible turnovers lead to losing games wouldn't of been trying that late FG if he would've actually threw the ball to someone with the 3 seconds he had in a clean pocket. you know, make a good throw to tight coverage... fit the ball in... maybe get a flag and fresh set of downs maybe? panic and scramble and lose 2 yards? yeah ok
  5. JB throws late to the dump off man with clean pockets...
  6. ignoring the horrible special teams play on field goal attempts either missing or getting blocked... one for a TD lol JB is so bad... he throws late on first down passes to the dump off man while he stares around the field looking for a WIDE open player he does those stupid little mini pump fakes even which then leads to him throwing LATE to the dump off man who is running towards the sideline... so it's late and thus, incomplete they say he protects the ball but with his team ahead by 3 at home in the 3rd Q he tries (on a first down) to throw late down the middle while he is kind of moving and not set.. and starting to get wrapped up by a defender... and it flies high and is picked off and that leads to a tied game at 17 why can't you lead guys or throw to someone who is kind of covered a little but open if you make an anticipatory throw? throw the ball on time... he sits there in a clean pocket and wastes 3 seconds then panics and tries to scramble and loses yards... he did this the play before the blocked FG for a TD. it made the FGA move to the left hash mark and he lost 2 yards. THROW IT TO SOMEONE... sometimes you will get a flag on the defense if you actually throw it to a guy who is kind of covered but can still make a catch with a good throw he better not be starting next season
  7. The refs influence and make certain some games end the way they are supposed to when things go awry late. If the Colts got within FG range late and still had time to get a TD the holding calls would've started back up for the Colts as Texan linemen flop like fish to the ground with their arms out
  8. while Texans lineman basically give up and flail their arms away from the guy blocking them and fall to the ground and oh look... a little yellow flag you don't get 16 legit and fair NFL games a season... especially if you are a small market team Watson, Hopkins... those are some nice names to have in the playoffs. Also nice for those of us who can now bet our money against them in the playoffs and watch some team run them over and make some easy extra cash. Can't wait.
  9. sorry but can't agree here they had a 7 pt lead on the road in the 2nd half and what did they start to do? went pass pass pass all of a sudden.... punt then run run run... and keep running it with no playaction off it and eventually JB is in a must pass 3rd and 6+ and the drive dies
  10. the Hilton drop was bad but man... he's made so many plays let someone else make one. he's out there playing limited snaps and not fully healed Pascal was open, good design and concept... if you get the ball out FAST and on time. just because you have protection and a good pocket that doesn't mean you get to hold the ball until the house starts burning down where's the QB coaching? late in game once clock was already down to 4 min and Colts were only at midfield why don't you pull out that playaction pass? No? Just let the Texans bring everyone up to the LOS and stop the run and get yourself into a 3rd and long just "hoping" someone breaks tackles... makes a great play... the backup RB's... SMH
  11. he has zero pressure and still staring around the field like everybody is covered by a pro bowler somewhere, Luck and Peyton are shaking their heads... as they had to get the ball and get it out quick with amazing reads and anticipation just to keep from getting murdered
  12. JB doesn't throw the ball unless you are WIDE open reads too slow... need to beat other teams and hope Houston loses some games
  13. Pascal was open but JB is too slow to pull the trigger and after he finally does the defender has time to get there and break it up then he doesn't even throw it on 4th and 7... dude, you're too slow to make it there
  14. I attended 1 RCA Dome game and it was the final season and it was the undefeated showdown vs the Patriots. Yeah, Colts blew a 20-10 4th q lead (bunch of injuries) but the game was awesome. I only remember Welker cussing at a Colt defender as he caught a pass with 2 min left to secure the victory kneel downs. I heard him from the other side of the stadium and he yelled "you F***ing suck" to Hayden or someone else. I thought to myself... man I hope that little midget never wins a Super Bowl. I think back now and laugh because without that loss, the Pats would've never had their 18-1 season losing the Super Bowl as 18-0 monsters to Eli and the wildcard Giants. I then laugh because Welker lost 2 Super Bowls on the Patriots then lost in the SB on the Broncos team w/Peyton. I still wonder to this day if I cursed him? Remember his huge drop in the 2011 Super Bowl that was played in Lucas Oil Stadium? Haha! But back on topic. The loudest I've ever heard Lucas Oil Stadium was in the 2009 season during the now infamous "4th and 2" game. I remember the stadium both Colts and Pats fans being confused for a minute when everyone realized Bill was going to go for it on his own 28 yard line to try and run out the final 2 minutes. Then all Colts fans stood up in their seats (besides the losers who gave up and left early in the 4th Q when the Colts were behind 14-31) and screamed our lungs out for that 4th and 2 play! Then the fans erupted with sheer joy when Bullitt made the stop and the refs signaled as such. Then of course Peyton drove the team and also took time off the clock and zipped a 2 yard pass to Wayne for the win with 13 seconds left. Patriots fans who were talking crap all game while ahead left their seats quickly to avoid eating crow (like the losers they are). Still my best single play memory at a Colts game tied with the Peyton to Clark TD to seal the trip to Super Bowl 44 a couple months later. but 4th and 2 was def the loudest I've ever heard the stadium get! we wanted that win vs Bill Brady and Moss bad.
  15. LB look lost. They over pursue the runs to the sidelines and good RB stop, cut back up the middle and destroy the Colts. They need a guy taking up double teams or the scheme is dumb. Leads to easy downs/distances and then teams just use their best WR/TE and good pass catching Rb to find the easy open spot in the zones, sit down make an easy catch and take off breaking every tackle attempt from the Colts which is a dive at the ankles. Coaching problems. Wilson didn't turn around to play the ball once he was close to the endzone on a 3rd and 9 and Carr/Williams played pick and catch on a low ball front corner of the pylon. That always makes me so mad. You covered great but don't turn around to play/look for the ball after covering for 10 yards when the opponent is inside the 20 yard line facing a 3rd and 9? What does Geathers even do? Only guy I saw making tackles after the d-line and all LB failed was Hookers backup Willis. Rookie DB may be decent later on this year if he gets to play more man and use his abilities on the field. With these zones and no pass rush and bad LB you are just praying for a stop even on 3rd and 10 to 12 yards? Julio Jones/Sanu/Hooper made them look bad but Carr picked them apart a good portion of the game with nobodies. JB holds the ball too long, even on designed exotic/screen plays which you CAN'T DO. The linemen will always be called for illegal man downfield if you just hold onto the ball. Happened twice today. Linemen execute the play and go to block shortly after the play starts because the play is supposed to happen quickly. If the play is covered you throw the ball to the guys feet and move on if it's an early down instead of ending up with a penalty and more yards to move the chains. JB needs a lot of work. He was tricked on the late pick 6 but he knew he needed to get a TD. Reminded me of the SB44 pick 6 a bit. The play design looked awful on that play anyways. No one is ever going to double team Jack Doyle. Someone coach the young WR to protect the ball when they are running with it after a catch. It is not a loaf of bread. PC fumble ended any chance the Colts had of gaining momentum in the game. Why no onside kick when you're D has been getting pushed forward and run over all game? The previous drive the Raiders ran the Colts over twice on 1st and 15s! 16 and 8 yard runs. Only got the ball back due to the 3rd false start by Oakland on that possession. Onside it. I don't care if the chances of getting it are slim. I knew Raiders would run it twice to end the game and they did it. Zero chance of a pass being called on an early down for Raiders in a road game where they have had so much success running. Common sense. Why aren't you selling out to stop the run on first down? Nah. Give up 7. Colts have the big run stuffers for 2nd/3rd and 1 to 3 yards. Team wasn't ready to play to start the game. Can't wait for Hooker, TY and Funchess to heal up. GO COLTS!!!
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