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  1. DaveA1102

    Jalen Ramsey Comments...

    I actually have a lot of time for Ramsey, big mouth but backs it up with ability, but these comments are just ridiculous. Anyone with half a football brain can see the quality Luck possesses. That team would kill for someone like Luck based on the QB play they have had to put up with.
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    Stock Up, Stock Down - Kevin Bowen

    Braden Smith is an interesting one as even Ballard specifically said they never even considered him as a RT until necessity has put them in that position. You would hope that the quality of the central 3 players in our O-line mean that Andrew has space to step up into the pocket on quick throws and so the onus is less on the tackles and they can focus on just pushing rushers past the pocket.
  3. Really interesting write up from KB in relation to how training camp is changing the perspective on a number of players as we progress. Who's stock is rising, and who's is falling quicker than Vujnovich's foot on another lineman's ankle? See below for link: http://www.1070thefan.com/blogs/kevins-corner/colts-coverage/stock-stock-down-colts-training-camp?utm_content=buffer073b3&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer Great to see John Simon on the rise, while Austin Howard is plummeting.
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    Colts Training Camp 8/14/2018

    Yeah I am sure I saw Holder quote tweet with "Chappell's got jokes" or something along those lines. Just a bit of banter.
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    Stephen Holder leaving the IndyStar

    Holder is a very good beat reporter and I also enjoyed the Chopping Wood podcast he did with Zak Keefer. Often gave more insight than many podcasts and so was always a good listen. Wish him all the best and, unfortunately, seems to follow the trend of local news staff numbers dwindling.
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    Predict the 2018 NFL MVP

    Agreed, my shout of Jones may be a tough one to pull off as, if he has a good year, its likely due to Matty Ice playing well too and the QB usually gets the props. Falcons are a sneaky dark horse for the Superbowl, their only issue is the strength of the NFC. Constant quality opposition.
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    So... Uh...

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    Colts Training Camp 8/13/2018

    Couldn't be much worse than Hines was vs Seattle!
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    Predict the 2018 NFL MVP

    A few obvious contenders, but I fancy Julio Jones to have a big year this year so that is my prediction.
  10. It may be due to me not being from the States, but that is the first time I have heard this expression, and it does not conjour up nice mental images for a Monday morning!
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    My Colts Tattoo

    That is great @ThorstenDenmark, really smart design and obviously means a lot to you, as well as a good conversation piece to open tough conversations with others who may have been/are going through the same. Great stuff my friend.
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    Frank Reich Conference Call

    I watched the game but don't remember seeing him get injured so assume it was non contact and he was OK enough at the time to get to sideline, unless I missed it.
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    Frank Reich Conference Call

    I do question the role of artificial turf on this one. Although I would also say the extreme cuts and jukes these guys do will be a significant strain on the knee joints.
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    Frank Reich Conference Call

    That's a hard one to take on Cain but let's put it in perspective. Was he in line for a decent role in the offense this year? Yes. Would he make the top 15 of players we wouldn't want to be injured? I don't think so. Injuries are, and will always be, a part of the sport. It could be a lot worse for us (we could be the Chargers or even the 2017 Colts) so let's not overreact to what is disappointing news. Next man up.
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    Hard core coaching

    I don't know if I would term that as "hardcore" coaching. Would be surprised if it wasn't the same under Pagano, as well as probably 99% of high school coaches across the country. The difference in coaching won't be from discipline and "tough love", will be from looking to coach players up (something Pagano's group struggled with) as well as a heavy emphasis on using the schemes implemented by the coaches to optimise what our players can do.