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  1. 28 minutes ago, NewColtsFan said:


    The entire NFL saw him play this ore-season.   Kelly was exposed to all 31 teams to claim.   All 31 teams passed on him.    We knew what we had, and not only did we risk losing him, we went out and signed Brian Hoyer to backup Brissett.


    Sorry,   but your analysis is seriously lacking.  

    You're right. Brissett is amazing and Kelly is high school.

  2. 1 minute ago, Imgrandojji said:

    Sure.  Let's go with that.


    The difference between that and what you're doing is that there's at least SOME evidence that Brissett is an acceptable QB.  You're literally calling for Kelly to get a chance in the hopes that evidence of his potential will materialize, and that's simply not how you NFL.

    Your loss.

  3. 2 minutes ago, Imgrandojji said:

    ROFL seriously?


    I mean are you kidding me right now?


    The ur-example of a game managing QB was, is, and remains Tom Brady who stage managed the Patriots to their first 3 Superbowls.  He later transcended that job description but that's how he got his start, as a master tactician and game manager.  And he's moving back that way as his arm fades.


    If you think Kelly can outmanage Brady then you could make this argument.  If not then prepare to be laughed at because that is an amazingly silly thing to say.

    The Colts would destroy the Pats with Kelly as QB. The Colts have a great team this year. Wasted with a talentless QB.

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  4. Just now, Chloe6124 said:

    NO the point is there is more to playing QB then throwing a accurate pass. 

    If you are bringing "Game Manager" into the argument then there is no better game manager or reader of defenses than Kelly. So which do you prefer... A game manager that can't throw? Or a game manager that can throw and run?

  5. 1 minute ago, Chloe6124 said:

    Your forgetting about defenses. What happens when they blitz or rush the passer or throw different looks at him. What happens when there is a Khalil Mack on the defense rushing.

    If your argument is that he was playing vs 3rd string defense, you also have to acknowledge that his offense was also 3rd string. And still again, would those passes have been any less on the money had Kelly been passing to 1st string receivers?

  6. 5 minutes ago, Chloe6124 said:

    Lol. You’ve can’t go by the preseason. 

    Would Kelly's passes have been any less accurate if he were throwing to 1st string receivers? Is everyone on that field not wearing a professional football NFL uniform? Would Kelly's runs have been any slower with the 1st string line protecting him?

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  7. 21 minutes ago, Chloe6124 said:

    I don’t think Kelly will ever get a chance to be a starter with the colts. No matter how much he stays out of trouble they will never be able to trust him. You want to be able to give to sleep without worrying about your QB. Right now he could eventually be the backup next season or he is going to be on another team.

    Chad Kelly is not Satan incarnate. His teammates always like him and trust him. He has their respect. He's 25 and likes to drink when he's not playing ball. He illegally sat on someone's couch. So what? Kelly didn't illegally sell weapons to Iran to fund a secret war in Central America. He didn't murder over a million Iraqis.


    Jesus H. You people think a 25 year old guy sitting on a couch is somehow unforgiveable? It's quarterback of a GAME, not the fate of all our lives FFS. Just let the guy play. He will kill it. Kelly has more talent in his pinky finger than Brissett. 

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  8. 1 minute ago, Lucky Colts Fan said:


    Let's see if he can go a year as a Colt without breaking the law, shall we?


    It would be even more of a waste to move on from Brissett, put all our eggs in the Kelly basket, then lose him to a season-long suspension and be up poop creek without a paddle...

    If you're gonna gamble, though, it may as well be a gamble for a Super Bowl and not to be mere average.

  9. 5 minutes ago, csmopar said:

    eh my guess would be not very. Given he signed and agreed to a contract that included that language is solely on him. 


    Whoa...!  I just figured it all out and it seems that, in fact, Antonio Brown is a genius merely pretending to be daft.


    All these semi literate tweets are going to be AB's proof to the court that the writen contract can not be enforced by the Patriots because AB is too stupid to read and be a lawful party to a contract and therefore he gets his money based solely upon the verbal agreement! 





  10. 28 minutes ago, csmopar said:

    i dont know what is more sad, the fact this is even news, or the fact it got posted here...


    #3 - The fact that you found it worthy of your time to read and comment on how uncool you thought it was.


    Antonio Brown has been in the news a lot recently. People in the news are newsworthy or else our esteemed networks would not publish it.


    It is also of note because he is a college graduate millionaire that is taking 303 university English yet can not form a thought in the written word worthy of a 2nd grader.

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