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  1. I don't know if any of those guys are better than Sheard, but Turay has shown some potential. Our coaches must have thought Sheard was better in previous years. I'd much rather have a proven end for 2020 and let Turay and Banogu continue to improve but not count on them as starters. I don't have any confidence in Lewis or Autry at this point.
  2. I was fine with Mack and didn't think running back was a need. But, if Taylor is this good I believe Mack would provide more value in a trade for next year's draft or to improve our defense. Hines and Wilkins are more than capable to handle backup duties.
  3. It seems like quite a few Colts fans are satisfied with our defensive ends. It seemed a long, long way from "very good" though when I was watching our lack of a pass rush last season. I still think we need a difference maker there if we want to make a run at a championship.
  4. To me, it's the last move we can logically make to put us in position to make a run in the postseason. After all the other moves he made, how can Ballard not close it out by signing another legit pass rusher, even if it's just for the 2020 season.
  5. You wouldn't have said that in March - so much talk about Love...
  6. Not many, I agree. My argument, and that of others, is that Brissett isn't any better than others we could have in that role. He had two chances, and it didn't work.
  7. You were the one with the line about having to have a quality backup to compete for a championship. Tom Moore even admitted that was nonsense.
  8. No problem with three quarterbacks. I'd rather use the money for Brissett on a defensive end, or even an offensive lineman. I'd keep Kelly and Eason.
  9. That's interesting. How many times did we make the playoffs with Peyton and basically no backup? Do I need to find the Tom Moore quote to prove it? Sorry.
  10. Depth anywhere is not a greater need than a starting defensive end. He doesn't have to be as good as advertised - I'd just like an improvement over what we had last year. A "good player" would be more than enough there.
  11. We have two others...and there are several more out there if needed.
  12. That is our greatest need - a defensive end. I think he'd help us a lot more than Brissett carrying a clipboard.
  13. I think either of those two guys would be the best upgrade to the roster we could make. Turay would still get plenty of action, but I'd rather have him in a reserve role for another season. I would save some cap space by cutting Autrey and adding a veteran end.
  14. I still think Mack is more valuable as trade bait since the Colts invested a high draft pick in Taylor. Maybe we can get a second-round pick for him in the 2021 draft if someone wants a running back. I would have used the pick on someone else, but if the Colts want Taylor, I can't see them paying Mack with big contracts coming to Kelly, Nelson, Leonard etc....
  15. I'd rather see how they do as second-teamers this year and then perhaps move up. The reason for me is clear - trying to win a championship.
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