Jump to content
Click here to get your free tickets for Colts Training Camp today!


Senior Member
  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Posts posted by Narcosys

  1. On 6/7/2019 at 9:00 PM, GoPats said:



    Haha, nothing passive-aggressive here.

    it wasn't, it was pretty straightforward







    PS - Even if you're joking, the idea of the Patriots getting "inside info" from Inman is laughable. It has literally been a decade since the Patriots lost a game to the Colts. I can only hope those posters who mentioned it were being sarcastic. You haven't been a true threat in the AFC in over a decade. Sorry. Truth hurts, I'm sure. 


    Is it really beyond the realm of possibility, considering everything belicheck has done in the past to gain an advantage? I don't think it's unreasonable to believe he would approach Inman about the topic if the time comes.

  2. 10 hours ago, richard pallo said:

    That is one big assumption.  He needs to come through for us to be a top 5.  We can only hope he does.  

    Which of the following did you mean?


    He needs to come through, for us to be a top 5.


    He needs to come through for us, to be a top 5.


    Subtle difference, different meanings.

    • Like 2

  3. 21 hours ago, PrincetonTiger said:

    I can see great things from Cain if he is back at 100%


       Just my view from TigerTown   

         Cain is one reason Inman has not been resigned

    Exactly what I was trying to say, if  he returns to form.

    • Like 1

  4. 3 hours ago, BeanDiasucci said:

    Somebody suggested that Cain might turn out to be better than DEVIN FUNCHESS. Have you ever heard such crazy hype? Better than FUNCHESS???  Better than the Devin Funchess? That is insane, impossible, and an insult to the possibility that Funchess could be pretty good, probably not great, but pretty good playing with Andrew Luck. I believe this poster was also implying, if you can believe it, that Cain could be better than Rogers, Fountain, Pascal, and even Marcus Freakin Johnson. If you're going to say that, it is the SAME thing as calling Cain a first ballot Hall of Famer. 


    Not even close. Did you watch Funchess play last year? I did, he wasn't that good. So it's not hard to believe that Cain can compete that level of play. Marcus Johnson had 6 receptions for 100 yards over 5 games before he was injured. So just as much hype there. Fountain...come on. Dropped his only target that was uncontested. 


    So Ya, its not hard to think Cain could take the 4th spot.

    • Like 2

  5. 3 minutes ago, braveheartcolt said:

    Cain. The only 1st ballot HOF'er never to have played a snap in the pro game. Tickles me it does.

    Nobody said that, that's a ridiculous statement. Neither has Campbell, or any other rookie for that matter, just like last year, but people can have high hopes for Pete's sake.

    • Like 1

  6. 38 minutes ago, jskinnz said:


    Well I tried to be diplomatic but saying that WR is in the same category as a QB need-wise is pretty freaking clueless.  Further, how many times do you have to hear Ballard say "you don't pass up a good player to draft for a need" before it sinks in?  It is entirely possible that "good player" is a WR.



    Diplomatic? Sure... so if we were in the top three and there was a stud QB you think we'd take him? No.


    Need is ALWAYS considered. 


    If anything we do need a QB considering we will have noone behind Luck. Meanwhile we have WRs galore.

  7. 15 hours ago, #12. said:

    Strategically, it will be interesting.  Yes, there are phantom calls, but on the flip side, PI could also be called on so many more plays than it is.  Final two minutes of the half - throw it 50 yards down the field repeatedly.  They have to review every play.  Good chance you'll get something.

    You just nailed how most of next season will pay out.


    Hopefully booth doesn't look to call every ticky-tack PI.

  • Create New...