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  1. He also had 7 games where he had 1 or less tackles. 3 of his sacks came in one game against Houston. It was a great game, but at the same time, there were some significant stretches where Houston disappeared. https://www.espn.com/nfl/player/gamelog/_/id/14048/justin-houston
  2. My oldest nephew is a huge Texans fan, I feel for him. I actually bought him a custom Yeti rambler last year that had Watt and Watson on it. He thinks I had it cursed hahaha
  3. Carson Wentz. I’ve long heard about his charity work, and his friendship with Giovani. He seems genuine, and kindhearted. That seems true of most Colts players, and it makes me proud to be a fan of them all.
  4. Personally, I believe that given where we are as a team, Wentz is the best option. We are too good of a team to get in a position to get a Manning, Luck, Lawrence sure thing sort of deal. Even with mediocre to poor qb play, with the roster that Ballard built, we are at least a 4-6 win team. We wouldn’t be in a position draft a guy of the future without mortgaging said future. Wentz gives us the best chance to win now, and in the future, while still giving us a chance to build around him.
  5. I don't like our chances in this one with AC out. The Browns can put up points, and we don't finish drives. I hope Okereke and Walker are ready to roll.
  6. I think the issue is trust in both the qb, and playmakers. When you have Luck and an entirely healthy offense, some of those risks are calculated. You can go for a 4th and 5 (with a lead) with five minutes left, knowing that if you get it, you coast to a win. If you don't your offense still has a solid chance of scoring to win late. Reich doesn't have the players to justify those risks currently.
  7. That’s what good quarterbacks do. He put the team on his shoulders. I’m done doubting him.
  8. Not to mention, that was an interception by Okereke, and that PI on Hilton was garbage.
  9. Correct me if I'm wrong, but the last time I remember a Colts QB completing that many in a row was Peyton vs the Jags (in Jax) back in like 08. I think he went 17/17 before throwing an incompletion. That's very impressive.
  10. I didn’t get to see the game, but I definitely got what I wanted out of this one. That’s a good pass defense, from what I’ve heard. This bodes well going forward.
  11. Obviously I want a win, but I want to see Brissett be the reason for it. I want to see that he doesn't shrink in big moments. Yes, he's played well in both outings so far, but I would like to see if he can take over a game.
  12. I want to see us put up points. I want to see Reich open the playbook for Brissett. I'm all for having a top 5 rushing team, but at some point, you have to move the ball through the air.
  13. I think if we are 2-3 after going into the BYE we are in a good spot. This has been a hard schedule to open up, and like you said, when you 100m man retires, it takes time to figure it out. I was very impressed with Wilkins today. And I believe the sweeps were somewhat predictable
  14. This is the major point. Yes, Brissett was the qb for all the off-season, but he was running plays catered to Luck.
  15. First of all, some of this just is wow. That throw during the 49er's game is amazing. Now, I understand that as good as a highlight reel can be, there will be some lowlights. Some of these plays are pure skill. Some of them actually remind me of 12. I'm looking forward to seeing what Jacoby can do with a better offensive scheme, behind an improved offensive line, and with better play makers. This could be a really fun year. After watching this video, I'm definitely sipping the Kool-Aid.
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