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  1. I hear you, but I don't think Rigo had the luxury of only kicking coffin corners last year. And, yes! It would be great if our punter never had to take a snap.
  2. Rigo wasn't very good last year. His 44.4 yards per punt were 28th in the league (should probably be a few spots higher as a couple of guys ahead of him had very small sample sizes) and his net of 41.2 was 21st in the league. In 2018, he was 8th in the league with 46.1 yards per punt and 5th with a 42.7 net yards per punt. In Patty Mac's last year, he was booming kicks at 49.3 yards per punt.
  3. Joe "The Swiss Army Knife" Haeg can also play C and G.
  4. Agree on Kelly, but think gets paid more. Wait and see on Houston. He looked like he had plenty in the tank last year, but nagging injuries can make a guy fall off real quick when they're on the wrong side of 30 (Mathis had his best season ever at 32, regardless of if it was steroid induced, got hurt at 33 and was not close to his former self at 34 or 35). Walker and Leonard have very solid chemistry. I think Leonard will probably be telling Ballard to bring Walker back. Also, Ballard generally seems to like Walker when he talks about him..... that said, I think the x factor here is EJ Speed. Speed is a better athlete than Walker (IMO), but more raw as a football player. If Speed develops, we'd upgrade our athleticism with Leonard, Okereke and Speed and Leonard can play inside or outside... and noway is Walker not going to get paid after posting multiple 100+ tackle seasons... if Ballard and Co. think Speed's good enough as a football player with another year under his belt, I could see them trying to short change Walker and him leaving. Hilton -- again, wait and see. I like the guy a lot. However, he's had nagging calf injuries that have kept him out of games or severely reduced his play on the field the past two years. It'd be weird to see him retire or go elsewhere, but if he can't stay healthy and if our younger guys play well, it may be time to move on or see if he'll take a major pay cut. I have a hard time believing we'll bring Mack back if Taylor really shines. Maybe, but he's going to want starter money and I don't see Ballard offering that to him if Taylor's taking significant reps from him. Rivers and Ballard both said he's hoping he'd play here for 2 years. Unless Rivers gets hurt or Eason really develops quickly, I think we're going to bring him back. Agree with you on Rhodes (may be a bit steep on contract considering his age), but he seems to have really declined last year from what he was 3 years ago. If he has some sort of revival out here, I'm for bringing him back.. but I think with his one year deal last year Ballard is gonna need to see him prove it. Stewart was a project pick and IMO he really started to improve last year. I think Ballard likes the guy and if he continues on the up and up, I'd like to see him come back. The nice thing with Buckner, Day and Autry on the team, even if Stewart plays very well, he'll likely not put up big numbers so hopefully that keeps his price down. I'm interested to see Burton's health. If he's healthy and has a good year, I think he might be more expensive than one may think.. but seems like Reich really likes the guy. Muhammad is a guy I root for.. but wouldn't be totally shocked if he doesn't make the team this year. Sounds like Lewis is moving to the outside.. we typically keep 8-9 DL... I'm going to assume Houston, Turay, Buckner, Stewart, Autry and Banogu are locks.. which leaves 2-3 spots for Lewis, Muhammad, Day, Gerri Green, Rob Windsor, Jegs Jegede and the 3 undrafted FAs.... 6-7 of those guys are getting the ax. Agree though, he'd be a cheap rotational piece. Agree on Autry and JB. Hooker, maybe not. I kinda took him not getting the contract extension as a 'prove it' message from Ballard more than a 'you're gone' thing, mainly because of Ballard's presser at the end of the year when he said Hooker played well early on but was dropping off late in the season. Ballard's very high on Blackmon, and has said multiple times he sees him as a starting FS in the NFL. That said, he's also said he likes Blackmon because he can play multiple spots in the secondary...and, we don't know how he's gonna hold up coming off knee surgery. Chances are, the earliest we'll see him on the field is late October, if at all this year... if he is a dud and Hooker balls out, I could see Hooker getting a mid-year extension.
  5. Yes, it's the only position besides K/P (I guess long snapper, too) where we don't have a single guy who was drafted on the current roster. And yes, you're probably right. As @shastamasta says below, he had Kelce in KC for a while then spent money to bring Ebron in here... and he wasn't exactly handed a very good team when he took over in Indy. He had major overhauls to do to every unit on the team aside from K/P/LS (until last year w/ Vinny) and he also was probably smart taking Eason this year, even if there was a TE on the board that he coveted.... doubt he saw Luck's retirement coming that early. Doyle was a probowler with 80 catches in 2017... we didn't have a lot of depth behind him, but it's pretty clear he was trying to help the D in that year's draft with 6 of 8 picks being on the defensive side. Sirianni, in a recent interview, said he plans on having such a good run game that teams are going to have to play a lot with a single high safety. He said Rivers will be able to pick that apart if it comes to fruition. "We feel like the addition of Pittman to our group of players and just Chris Ballard and his staff of adding just the talent that he's added to this with Jonathan Taylor. Then with the addition of our guys that we already have, that we'll elevate in that area with explosive playmakers that we have," Sirianni said. "Again, the more you run the ball, be able to run the football, the more they play one-high safeties, and we have one of the best big-play wideouts in the NFL with T.Y. Hilton. With the addition of Jonathan – with him and Marlon (Mack) being able to attack defense – and Nyheim (Hines) and Jordan (Wilkins), we just feel like again, you're going to see more one-high safety. We know that Philip (Rivers) can make them pay when they have that." https://www.colts.com/news/nick-sirianni-philip-rivers-ty-hilton-jonathan-taylor-media-conference-call
  6. It is sort of odd, especially considering the past 25 years of TEs on the Colts. Ken Dilger was a 2nd round pick in 1995 and was with us until 2001. In 2002 we had Pollard (undrafted, but had already solidified himself as a solid NFL player). Then in 2003 we used a 1st rounder on Clark who was around until 2011. In 2004 we got Hartsock in the 3rd round. In 2008 we took Tamme in round 4 and Santi in round 6. In 2010 we took Eldridge in round 5. Then in 2012 when Clark left, we took Fleener at 34 and Allen at 64. In 2013 we took Justice Cunningham in round 7. In 2017, Ballard's first year here, we had no drafted TEs on the roster (granted Doyle was coming off a 59 reception year and then had a pro-bowl year) . In 2018, we signed Ebron who was a former first round pick. Ballard seems to have his own 'rule book' in terms of what he thinks is important and what kind of traits he wants guys to have. Reich has typically had a very high profile TE on his teams since he's been in the league... maybe Ballard just doesn't value that position as much?
  7. https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/colts-oc-reveals-what-sold-philip-rivers-to-indianapolis-over-any-other-team-in-free-agency/?fbclid=IwAR2bFaua1amRC6ITgVHowgyFxID-K3MP8QeLyERGFhvg1XmI5cpfBFimTWg Pretty good read there. "The big part of Philip being here is Anthony Castonzo. Quenton Nelson," Colts offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni said in a conference call Monday, referring to the Colts offensive line (via NFL.com). "Ryan Kelly. Braden Smith. Mark Glowinski. Those guys are studs" "That's something that he just kept mentioning after we signed him of how valuable those guys were to him."
  8. I'm not sure that MAC had a 'down' year. That implies that at some point he had an 'up' year. He only played in 9 games and recorded 7 catches in 2018. He had more yards per catch, but so did just about everyone when Luck was the QB compared to Brissett. In 2019, Mo Alie-Cox had 8 catches. I know he's a good athlete, being a former college basketball player and all... but he's still never proven to be more than a project in the NFL. He seems to hold his own as a blocker and he's made some very nice/athletic catches, but over 2 years he only has 15 total catches... given the lack of depth we have at TE right now, I expect he makes the team unless we sign someone else, but I am certainly not ready to put all my eggs in one basket on him ever having an 'up' year.
  9. I don't think anyone knows this answer yet. Tomlin is calling for all teams to open up facilities at the same time (which I don't disagree with). I know in NJ they are opening up beaches (at least certain ones) only to season badge holders, at least to start the summer. We're going to know a lot more in the coming weeks/months about what states are doing on a state-specific basis and if there are any national protocols handed down in terms of 'social-distancing' and restrictions of access to public areas. We likely won't have much of an idea until mid-Summer about what's going on in terms of 'flattening the curve.' I, for one, right now am just hoping we have a football season so I don't have to watch reruns of Sports. I thought the UFC was cool the other night (I actually liked that you could hear through TV how hard those guys are hitting eachother, what they are saying to eachother, and what they can hear from coaches and announcers during their fights). I think it'd be weird to see the NFL play in games without fans or without somewhat packed houses... but, I'm sure Goodell and owners are having these conversations daily and they'll do what's best for the country and fans. While it doesn't seem like it, this is still a long ways away. We'll all learn more in the coming days. Stay safe, Colts Nation!
  10. Agreed that several of our WRs will play on other teams after not making the '55' man roster. I don't disagree about our group being talented last year, but several of the guys that will get cut this year and were playing as #1, 2 or 3 WRs on our team last year will be 4-6 WRs on other teams. I know we didn't resign Chester Rogers, and would guess he'll get picked up by some other team and make a roster as a 4-6 WR - which is what he is. As I see it, we'll have TY, Pittman, Campbell, Pascal as 'locks' to make team. I'd bet Patmon is the 5th guy and we'll keep 6 total. I think Patmon, Dulin, M. Johnson, R. Adams, D. Fountain will all be on NFL rosters to start the year... the question is which ones do we keep as our 5-6 WRs. I also think C. Williams and D. Harris (more as a returner/flex guy) have good shots at making it in the NFL. I don't see A. Scott or M. Henry as much more than practice team guys, but also won't be shocked to see them on our PS or another team's PS. I like Pascal.. but he's a 3-4 WR at best (IMO), with TY, Funchess and Campbell all missing time to injury last year, he was asked to be our #1 for chunks of time. To me, that's a bit much.
  11. Every player in the league is 1 hit away from needing a backup. Rivers has proven incredibly durable, and we have a much better line than what he's used to, so I am not very worry about injury (my main concern on injuries this year, league-wide, is more to do with the fact that players are missing OTAs, mini-camps, and may have a reduced training camp prior to the season). Irsay said the year we went 2-14, which Peyton missed, that he'd never put himself in position again to not have a backup that can keep us competitive. Brissett can certainly win games on this team. We were in the hunt for AFC South champions until the end last year, and we lost 3-5 games due to poor kicking (coupled with injuries on both O and D), it's not farfetched to think Brissett could win 8-10 games (or more) on this team this year -- he won 7 last year with poor kicking keeping him from having 9-11 wins. Newton's still a FA. Dalton's older and in a new system. He's a reliable backup, for sure. The past couple of seasons he was showing he's a questionable starter. He's a game manager at this point in his career, not too dissimilar to JB. Winston, as the writer of the article pointed out, has the 'best arm' of backups on the list. He makes very questionable decisions, though. JB gets knocked for not making quick decisions, but he protects the ball very well, as evidenced by starting last year with a 14TD:3INT ratio. In our system, we have a good enough OL and 2 solid RBs in Mack and Taylor, and capable guys in Hines and Wilkins (assuming we keep 4 RBs). You hope your backup doesn't get COVID and can fill in and win a game or two while the starter is out. JB has already dealt with being a starter and going back to the bench the year Luck missed. He was a great teammate then and many players said he was a leader of that team even though he was the backup. Reich and Ballard have called him a total professional. Of course JB's a bit disappointed not to be the starter.. but I doubt there will be major locker room or QB room issues. We have too many solid leaders on this team for that to happen. Prior to COVID, the league already implemented a plan to increase roster sizes. We should have no problem keeping 3 QBs and stashing one on the practice squad with the new rules.
  12. I think he's got a lot of potential to be our kick return specialist (with Hines handling punt returns). I think he's also got a lot of potential to be a very solid gunner for us with his speed and athleticism, very early on. If he makes the team, I see him as the backup nickel and used in situational packages. He seems to have a knack for creating turnovers. He plays bigger than he measures. Likely, if he plays D at all (I project him more as a return guy and gunner, at least as a rookie), it'll be in a nickel or dimeback situation... he's not going to be on the field that much (at least as a rookie), so I doubt he'll get 'broken'. If you're talking about Derrick Henry (one of the only LB sized RB's in the league), there are very few defensive backs that can take him down 1 on 1 consistently throughout the entire league. We've got a fast defense that swarms to the ball... and more likely than not, Rodgers will be playing fairly close to the line of scrimmage if he's on the field, so he should have safeties and outside corners behind him... regardless, if Henry gets to the 3rd level of our D (or any team's D) it is going to be trouble. Well, good thing Rodgers ran a 4.28 forty. If he bulks up 10-15 pounds and moves to a 4.38 forty, he's still one of the fastest dudes in the league.
  13. I voted 'roster depth at S, FS, and yes'... Ballard has said he likely won't see the field until October. Ballard has also commented on his versatility. I don't think he'll see the field much, but I think he'll see the field either as a backup S or in packages where he's used more as a nickel or dime back. My thought is FS. One because Ballard has said that. Two because Willis (IMO) certainly isn't a free safety. Three, Hooker's 5th year option wasn't picked up (maybe I read too much into it, but to me, that means Ballard is confident that Blackmon can be his replacement). Luck used to like to take hits, and Reich coached him not to. I think risk-taking is a skill that can be coached/taught at the NFL level. What Ballard's doing is building a very athletic defense. He likes versatile players. I think we'll see a lot of guys in 'hybrid' roles. With Tell and Blackmon we have two guys who can (at least hypothetically) play FS, outside CB, slot CB. With Leonard, Okereke and Speed we have 3 very fast/rangy/athletic LBs who can be utilized at more than 1 position. I project Blackmon will see the field this year. He'll probably not see much of it and unless Hooker is hurt, I don't think we'll see him much at FS. Instead, I think he'll be used to cover athletic tightends (similar to what Q. Wilson did against Travis Kelce). I understand you're talking about the 'role' -- but Willis is nowhere near a healthy Sanders who was the DPOY . TBH, if everyone on the D stays healthy this year, and if some of the young guys continue improving (Ya-Sin, Turay, Tell, etc.) I think Willis will be the weakest link on our D. I think, coming out of college, he was pretty close to at his ceiling. He's not a bad player, but I don't think we're going to see him look much better than he did as a rookie as his career moves along. Also, Bethea is a 3x pro-bowler. Granted, he he was a 6th round pick from Howard, he had a very solid career. Again, I get you're talking about the 'role', but to compare a guy who was a 3rd round pick coming off a major knee surgery to a 3x pro-bowler and integral part of a SB title is a bit much, IMO. As I said earlier, I don't think he'll see the field much (barring injury to Hooker)... but, the fact that Ballard didn't take on Hooker's 5th year option says something to me. I don't think it means 100% that Hooker won't be potentially offered a renewal contract... but I also think Ballard's going to want to see what we actually have in Blackmon before making the decision to move on from Hooker.
  14. 11 wins, win AFC South, 3 seed... not comfortable predicting playoffs until I see how healthy (or not healthy) the Colts and other teams are around that time.... We're built pretty well to beat the Ravens and Chiefs, who I think will be the 1 and 2 seeds. I'm not too confident about our K's yet. The Hot Rod missed a lot of crucial kicks in college. His percent made has decreased every year since his sophomore year -- 77.8% as a freshman, 87% as a soph, 82.6 % as a junior, 81.8% as a senior. His long as a senior was 50 yards and he was 3-5 from attempts at 50 yards or more. McLaughlin cost us the Tampa Bay game (IMO -- if we're gonna blame Vinatieri for losing other games, we need to hold his replacement accountable). There is a reason why he was cut by several other teams before we signed him. I would also put WR up on the list as top needs. With the addition of Pittman and Patmon, I think we have really improved that group. Especially for Rivers, who seemingly likes to have a big-bodied WR. If TY and Campbell stay healthy, I think we have a very talented WR group -- before the draft, I was kind of concerned about it.
  15. Don't think it's a 'versus' thing... the top paid NFL guard right now is making $14 mil annually (Zack Martin). https://www.spotrac.com/nfl/contracts/guard/ The top paid NFL LBer is making $23.5 mil annually (Khalil Mack). Then there are 4 other outside LBers who make >$16 mil. https://www.spotrac.com/nfl/contracts/outside-linebacker/ If both stay healthy, they'll probably be 2 of very few guys to ever be on all-pro teams every year of their rookie contract. That'll make them worth contracts which are the top of their position. Meaning, Leonard is going to make more $ than Nelson in his NFL contract. That's just how it works. Nelson's pretty quiet, but the 'Big Q' nickname and his dominance will probably get him more off the field sponsors. I think he's already sponsored by Bud Light and I'm sure a lot more companies. As a first round (top 10) pick, "Quenton Nelson signed a 4 year, $23,888,907 contract with the Indianapolis Colts, including a $15,453,750 signing bonus, $23,888,907 guaranteed, and an average annual salary of $5,972,227. In 2020, Nelson will earn a base salary of $750,000 and a roster bonus of $1,991,720, while carrying a cap hit of $6,605,157 and a dead cap value of $14,116,176." https://www.spotrac.com/nfl/indianapolis-colts/quenton-nelson-25101/ As a second round pick, "Darius Leonard signed a 4 year, $7,247,805 contract with the Indianapolis Colts, including a $3,351,131 signing bonus, $4,160,577 guaranteed, and an average annual salary of $1,811,951. In 2020, Leonard will earn a base salary of $1,138,891, while carrying a cap hit of $1,976,673 and a dead cap value of $1,675,567." https://www.spotrac.com/nfl/indianapolis-colts/darius-leonard-25135/ In the end, they'll both be very rich. Nelson made more upfront on his contracts and will (IMO) likely make more sponsorship money. Leonard will get a higher renewal of his contract (assuming both stay healthy until then) and they'll both be multimillionaires when they retire.
  16. This clip is about 1 minute long from the Jay and Dan show. Peyton has a long career as a commentator if he wants it, IMO.
  17. We're not hurting for cap space. There aren't many good FAs left to sign anyway (maybe Clowney or some sort of OL who winds up getting cut)... but Jacoby's gone after this year anyway, so next year he doesn't impact our cap at all. I could see us potentially trading Brissett, but we really don't gain anything by cutting him. We don't really know what we have in Eason or Kelly (we've seen him play preseason snaps and mostly sit on the practice squad). We know we can at least be competitive with Brissett should Rivers go down. Plus, Brissett is a veteran QB who has been in this system for several years and from all accounts seems like a consummate professional. That, coupled with the fact that Rivers doesn't want to be responsible for 'grooming' a rookie QB (which I get, I think Eason can learn from him by watching him prepare and asking questions, etc.), leads me to believe that Eason could probably benefit from following Brissett around on the sideline during gameday and learning more.
  18. Yes, I think we're going to still aim to be in the top 5ish running attacks, and I think the addition of Taylor made that clear... that said, Reich clearly wants more balance this year. If we have healthy WRs with Rivers at QB, we should be able to do that.. https://www.espn.com/blog/indianapolis-colts/post/_/id/25496/frank-reich-makes-progress-on-makeover-of-colts-offense “That hurt,” Reich said in February during the NFL combine. “I’ve always taken pride in having a dynamic passing game. Everywhere that we’ve been, I’m not saying we’ve been the best in the league, but the teams I’ve been on have been pretty dynamic for the most part. You can’t always have it all. We made some good strides in the running game. That’s a very important step for our team and where we’re going and how we get to the next level. I know we can do this other side of it. We just have to figure that out and get better there, and I think the end result will be a good thing.”
  19. A lot of ifs at the WR position. IF TY stays healthy, and IF Campbell stays healthy and continues to develop, and IF Pittman has a solid year... the WR unit has a chance to be one of our strongest on the team... but until I see it, I'll have a hard time believing it.
  20. Rumors about DL retiring were just that, rumors. DL said they never came from him (he did say after 3 weeks and because he's a husband and father some stuff crept in the back of his mind) -- http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000001065979/article/darius-leonard-retirement-never-came-from-me Anyway, DL came back and went on to be a pro-bowler and 2nd team all pro despite missing time. Not sure what not picking up Malik's 5th year has to do with 2020. As of now, he's part of our 2020 plan and we likely won't see Blackmon suited up until at least October due to him recovering from a knee surgery. And yes, our D didn't start off on fire last year (and never really caught fire). Keep in mind we were starting two rookies in the secondary for a good chunk of the year (Ya-Sin and Willis). We had a rookie LBer who got significant reps as the year went on (Okereke). Turay was showing a lot of promise but got hurt. Hunt's play greatly declined compared to 2018, so did Desir's. Kenny Moore missed time due to injury, etc. If this D stays healthy, the additions (Buckner, Day, Rhodes, Carrie) plus growth and development from Ya-Sin, Willis, Turay, Banogu, Tell, Okereke, etc... it's in far better shape than it was last year.
  21. I highly doubt Jacoby gets cut. If I had to guess, we'll keep Rivers, Jacoby and Eason and maybe try to stash Kelly on the PS again. Anyhow, if Jacoby's not a Colt next year, I highly doubt he's going to get cut. I could see us potentially trading him to a team (potentially NE) for a 5th round pick or another player, but I doubt he just gets axed. How does the roster expansion impact this? IMO, could easily be used as an easy way to justify a 3rd QB. Also, if we throw Eason on the PS, another team is going to grab him, no doubt. And, Jacoby proved he can win some games as the starting QB. You're probably right, we don't want to rely on a rookie who has a very talented arm and prototype NFL size for a QB to be trusted to win games. If Rivers is out for an extended period of time, I don't know that Jacoby could lead us deep into the playoffs, but he was able to keep us in the race in the AFC South last year with an injury riddled WR/TE corps and a less than stellar D last year. Assuming we have no major injuries to our skill positions, we've improved the WR cast this year, added a serious threat at RB to compliment Mack and we've made significant improvements on paper with our D. I would trust with this team, Jacoby could keep us in the AFC South race if needed.. and if Rivers was to go down for 1-2 games, I think Jacoby (depending who the match up is) could get a win or 2.. not sure Eason will be ready for 1-3 years, but unless he's absolutely awful, I can't imagine we cut him or risk trying to stash him away on PS. Yes, Ballard pretty much said that in a couple interviews. He said he thinks Kelly has the physical make up and enough skill to last in this league but he also said Kelly had to prove every day over a long period of time that he could keep his off-field behavior in line.
  22. Hope you're on the way to recovery, Stephen. I'm with you on Rivers or Watson being the favorite to lead AFC South in TDs. Watson threw 26 last year, with 7 going to Hopkins and 7 going to Brandon Fells. Kenny Stills had 4 and no other player had >3. They added Cobb who had 3 in Dallas last year. I do think the loss of Hopkins will impact Watson's TD numbers at least to some extent. Cobb's certainly a solid WR in this league, but he's not at the level of Hopkins. Also, given the fact that the Texans won the division and we got third means we'll have an easier overall schedule with our non-division games. Rivers threw 23 last year on a team with a terrible OL and outside of Keenan Allen and their TE Hunter Henry, they didn't have many receiving weapons. Austin Ekeler led them in receiving TDs (8 to Allen's 6) - I think Hines can be very analogous to Ekeler in this offense. I think Henry's an overall better receiver than Doyle, but Doyle really thrives in redzone and short yard situations. If we can stay healthy, I think we have the best group of skill players in the AFC South and we have a couple big bodied WRs (Pittman and potentially Patmon) plus the speed of TY and Campbell should make them viable redzone threats or deep TD threats. This will be the best OL Rivers has played behind in a long time (perhaps ever). If I had to bet, it'll be close with a slight edge to Rivers over Watson.
  23. I may be wrong, but I expect Rhodes will also be utilized as a traditional Cover 2 type DB rather than having to shadow #1WRs on other teams. This should be very beneficial to him and his performance on the field, IMO. And agree wholeheartedly that the addition of Buckner (along with the assumption that Turay comes back healthy and Banogu develops from last year to provide more consistent pass rush) will greatly improve the play of our secondary. More pressure (and faster pressure) limits the time WRs have to develop routes while minimizing the time our DBs have to be in coverage and also forces more errant throws from the opposing QB. I said in another recent post, we saw Leonard lead the NFL in terms of INTs by a LBer last year... with improved pass rush, I expect his numbers will stay up near (or at) the top of INTs for a LBer this year. Also, I think Okereke really started to show he can excel in pass coverage at the LB position, another year under his belt with more pressure on the QB from our front 4 and I think we'll see him make some major plays.
  24. I agree. Also, with expected improvements from some other young guys (Turay, Banogu, Ya-Sin, Tell, Willis, Okereke) and additions of Rhodes and others, I think we have a much more well-round overall D. Leonard led LBs in interceptions last year. I think with a guy like Buckner commanding more attention at the LOS and with what I expect to be an improved pass rush (Buckner, Turay developing, Banogu developing, Houston still being a threat, Autry being given less attention from opposing OL, etc.) that we'll see Leonard's play continue to improve.
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