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  1. I kind of think something messed up on that extra point. It looked "off." Not saying it was a bad snap and hold, but I did see Adam smack Rigs on the head as if to say "Don't sweat it." I don't think we can start to ignore a pattern though. I was willing to give him the bad game, but a pattern is a whole different story. Lets see if he can make a FG in this game if we get in range.
  2. I'd love to see this move if we could get him for a second round pick, but with that being said, I just do not see where he fits in our defense. We're loaded at CB, and he has been very vocal about not wanting to play SS. As others have said, he's a perfect "Ballard" guy, but who loses their job to get him on the team? I just don't see anyone in the rosters current state
  3. How in the world have y'all managed a six page thread over a kicker? The Colts allowed the chargers to convert 7-11 third downs, including multiple third and longs. Our defense couldn't contain a backup running back. Eric Ebron couldn't make a TD grab he made all of last season. Our secondary continues to look like swiss cheese playing a Tampa-2. Did the GOAT have an awful game yesterday? Yes, absolutely, and I don't think anyone is denying that. You're insane if you think we solely lost the game yesterday on his leg. Adam has said more than once he'll only play until he feels like he can't help a team win. He's not playing for anything, he doesn't have an ego, and he'd be on another team RIGHT NOW if the Colts didn't re-sign him. This whole thread is silly. Did yesterday suck? Absolutely, but I'm quite pleased with how the team played overall. We have a VERY tough schedule this year, so to play like we did yesterday IN LA is more than I ever could have hoped for. Go Colts
  4. I can not help but think this has something to do with McDaniels bailing on the Colts last year. Hindsight is always 20/20, but maybe he did catch wind of Andrew's heart not being in it anymore, and didn't want to deal with him retiring. What makes me upset more than anything about this whole situation is the fact that the Browns offered a BOUNTY for Andrew last off-season, and Ballard turned them down. Now, we don't even have Baker OR Luck. Everyone on here gawked at the idea of giving up Luck for two first, and two second picks, but I was not one of them. That's an insane haul for a QB. Whatever, the Colts blew it. We had every opportunity to preserve Luck. Grigson didn't do it, and then Ballard didn't try and move on from a player who's heart wasn't fully in the game. I don't fault Andrew for retiring, and i'm not even mad at him for doing it when he did, I'm more mad about the staff around him who couldn't see this coming
  5. My only question here is. Who let this slip to Rapoport and why? Ian and Adam are the two most well connected guys in the league. They don't just make stuff up and La Canfora it. If Rapoport tweeted that out, it's because he was hearing from multiple of his trusted sources that that's what was going to happen. It sounds to me like someone in the Steelers organization is playing games with Brown here. Everyone knows Brown watches social media, so why not leak that you're trading him to the dumpster fire of the NFL. Almost in a, "Look how much worse things can get." kind of way
  6. Paris Campbell is a sleeper at 34. He's the quintessential "Ballard guy." Hard worker, great locker room presence, and by all accounts a pure leader. Sure he didn't put up the best numbers at Ohio State, but I feel like he could absolutely FEAST here.
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