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  1. I love what Rivers did for the Colts this year, but if I'm being honest I don't think we can win a championship with someone who can't throw deep with more zip/power. I just didn't have much confidence in him when were behind late in the game.
  2. Corner in the first and tackle in the second. I'd rather sign a quarterback and defensive end.
  3. I still think we go for a cornerback with one of the top two picks.
  4. I don't claim to be a draft expert, but I try to look at several in the winter/spring. It seems he's listed 80 to 110 in some I've seen: https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/prospect-rankings/
  5. I'd go with Eichenberg in the second/third round and try to get Veldheer to come back for 1/2 years.
  6. I'm not clear on when we could sign those guys to a five-year contract or something like that. I was looking at our list of free agents - thinking we could sign back 10 of 20 - some like Odum for very reasonable deals.
  7. Why would we draft a defensive tackle with Buckner and Stewart returning. I'd go corner in the first round and offensive tackle in the second.
  8. I hope the Colts sign him for 2021 so we have some depth at tackle.
  9. We owe the Bills one at some point down the line. I always say there is no such thing as a second favorite team, but today I am a Bills fan also.
  10. I'm hoping for a corner in Round 1 and an offensive tackle in the second round.
  11. Ballard always talks about not "forcing" picks. I haven't done the research, but I'm guessing a few left tackles were taken in the second or third round. After watching us trying to cover receivers, I'd rather have a shutdown corner at this point. I think Ballard can find a tackle in the second or third round, but being the Colts fan I am I will adjust if he disagrees.
  12. Sounds like we can get Eichenberg in the second round. We've missed enough on defensive ends with Turay and Bonagu. I say we fill that job with a free agent again. I want a lockdown corner who doesn't have to hold receivers down the field, even if we have to move up a little.
  13. It sounded much more like he just admitted there was a "chance" it was his last game, not that he expected it to be.
  14. I like EIchenberg, but it sounds like second or third round in what I've read. 12/12/20: Eichenberg has played well for Notre Dame thus far in 2020. Multiple evaluators said they graded Eichenberg as a late second- or early third-round pick. They feel the 6-foot-6, 305-pounder is a solid football player, but they do not feel he has the skill set of a first-round pick or a top-20 player.
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