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Malakai432

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  1. Someone at work mentioned that they thought Paris was a Dorsett clone then I stumbled across this article. I didn’t realize Paris was much larger, 3”, 20 lbs and a larger wingspan and even faster with regards to certain drills ect. I remember seeing this guy take over many OSU games but I don’t know much about him besides he’s an athletic freak of nature. Really glad this guy is on our team.
  2. Matthews the newcomer, WOW! Guy has poise his post game interview was awesome also. He has some leadership qualities.
  3. Yeah while situations like this need to definitely be looked into, this kind of sounds a little sketch.
  4. Colts will be better but I don’t think KC will be as good. It’s incredibly difficult for a QB to throw 50 TDs and 5000 yards. So difficult I believe it’s never happened. That doesn’t mean Mahomes won’t be a 4000 yard 40 TD guy though but last year was very special. As teams start to figure them out they won’t be as dynamic next year. If they are they’re literally a new breed the likes the NFL has never seen before offensively. That being said I don’t know if our defense is capable of stopping them offensively unless we utilize a lot of man coverage. I don’t think zone D will shut them down.
  5. I would say the Manning brothers in general have been by far the biggest thorn in the Patriots side than anything. Peyton has taken them out in the AFC Championship 3 times I believe, and Eli has beat them twice in the Superbowl. That's 5 potential championships lost at the hands of the Manning's which is still insane being that the Patriots have still won so many championships.
  6. I would say he is but the Pats in general are. That Edelman miff where it went right over his arm on the punt was a big one also. They make special plays all the time though. Gronk and Edelman made some spectacular catches.
  7. Hahaha!!!! I’m not sure they would allow those to be broadcasted. I think it should be a good one. At least I can root for the Rams.
  8. Yeah he quietly shuts down a large portion of the backfield. I feel like he was pretty dinged up as well in many games. He just needs to work a bit on his tackling, and hopefully he will be 100% next year and make it through all 16 games. Hopefully their safety core in general can stay healthy. It was a rough year with regards to injuries with Hooker being banged up and missing some games, Clayton missing multiple games and being banged up in others and Mitchell getting injured.
  9. I don't think the team played well in general. I could tell it was going to be rough for the offense when they ran a delayed draw right off the bat, then on third Ebron dropped the ball. You know it's a rough day when the goat misses a field goal and extra point. They just flat out didn't seem ready to play. That being said, they still had a whole heap of opportunities.
  10. I wouldn’t say they’re the Colts new nemesis. It should’ve been 17-24 in the 4th and that was with the Colts in a complete offensive funk. If the team progresses like they did last year for the upcoming season, the Colts should be very formidable. Teams will figure the Cheifs out imo and I don’t foresee Mahomes throwing for 5000+ yards and 50 TDs every year. We will see how they handle the Patriots.
  11. Yeah same I slept in a bit, woke up I’m thinking to myself crap I’m missing the Chargers/Pats game. I proceed to turn on the TV and realize I’m not missing much . I thought it was going to be a good game myself originally.
  12. Colts definitely had their opportunities. They held KC to 24 points in the 4th and lost 4 points. The game technically should’ve been 17-24 in the 4th. KCs D played very well but I feel the O was just in a funk. The WRs I feel could not get any separation also being blanketed primarily by man coverage. Luck looked off. Was just an ugly performance by the O. While I do think the Colts have a more balanced overall team KC definitely has better playmakers. Mahomes, Watkins, Hill, Kelce and Hunt (even though his season was done) are incredibly formidable.
  13. True, but they have the draft. They could definitely draft a WR if they lose AB. Doesn't mean he's going to be elite or good, but I feel confident they could be a championship caliber team with with Ben, Schu, Conner, (insert WR or FA), Tomlin (coach) and their D. I honestly think they'll retain Brown.
  14. True, but I think the Steelers are going to be a monster next year. They have James Connor, Ben, Schuster, probably will keep Brown. After a draft and some potential FA, they're going to be tough. They'll be back in the championship hunt. Yes, I hate to say it but they probably will.
  15. They definitely exceeded expectations but have a very very long way to go. Seeing Dallas get owned by the Rams with the exception of a terrible penalty by Talib, the Chiefs, Pats, Chargers, the Steelers will be back, Seattle, Saints, Bears, Eagles, this team needs some serious upgrades to compete. I hope we can see this start to happen next year but it's going to be extraordinarily tough! I think they are up for the challenge.
  16. I personally do not think he will be the same next year. Thirteen touchdowns is hard to match, I do think he may hold the yardage however. Perhaps around 700-800 yards with 6-8 TDs, especially with Doyle being back. After that I personally think he's going to want top TE pay. I also do not think Ebron is explosive, at all. He's a big red zone threat but that's it. In all honesty he wasn't much of an impact in the playoffs with 77 yards and 1 TD.
  17. Indeed, I do agree. One of the best signings of the year. I do think the Colts will part ways after next year however, which is not uncommon.
  18. Ebron may be a touchdown machine but that's it. The guy only had 700 yards and dropped a mass of passes. It's not like the Colts are going to sign him to a giant contract after 2019 when he may not even have as good of a season next year. He's no comparison to Ertz and Kelce, literally he doesn't hold a candle to them. He had a great season but the guy has a long way to go to.
  19. I'm really impressed with the D. They looked rough at first but man they gave the offense plenty of opportunities to score and the O laid a near egg, 6 points. Vinny played terrible but yet can retire as the greatest single player of all time. The offense, OL and Luck can all improve significantly. To imagine the offense, kicking, and yes I'll blame coaching as well held the Chiefs to 24 pts for most of the game and to just simply not capitalize was extremely frustrating. It was like the Texans playing the Colts. That being said it was at Houston. Houstons D, boy wow. They played incredible. Hats off to them. I felt after Ebron dropping that first clear catch for a first down right at the beginning that it was going to be tough for the O. Their DL really man handled the Colts OL.
  20. Definitely a great season. The Colts made it where they shouldn't after starting 1-5. The Colts are poised to dominate the division long term, BUT they have to figure out how to beat these great teams. Pats, Chiefs, Steelers <-- yes they will be back. I do feel the Chiefs won't be the same next year, kind of like the Eagles in 2017, but they still will be great 10-11 wins. The Colts need to get MUCH better, lots of holes to fill.
  21. He always get passes tipped. I feel like he could use his legs much more. This year, understandably Luck didn't use his legs as near as much as I thought he could. He needs to do this much more in opportune situations which happen all the time. I understand Luck is coming off an injury, but he ran for significantly less this year than in previous years. He had 0 rushing touchdowns. I don't know if it was the injury or the coaching staff, but this is not something the Colts fan afford to do with such an athletic QB. I really hope this changes next year and the coaching staff is not discourging him from running the ball. Contrary to what many might think and his injuries, Luck is an athletic QB. He has to utilize his legs, when it matters. Like Mahomes of course. I honestly think he's somewhat similar on an athletic spectrum.
  22. I did forget to add in the OL though my brother . They got served a serving a Houston, Jones and the big men.
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