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    Living 700 miles away, this forum is the only real connection for me with other Colts fans. I'm appreciative to have it.   Self employed Welder/Fabricator. Colts fan from the days of QB Bert Jones. I try to get out on the water every chance I get to fish,crab and catch oysters, live on a peninsula so water is all around.
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  1. Never give Jackson the center of the field. He's not accurate enough to make consistent sideline throws. But there they were, giving him everything down the middle of the field. Tough loss but made it easier for a comeback than should have been
  2. Make mistakes and give chances.. Peyton will make you pay
  3. Didn't vote, know they have separate history but for me they are one and the same..
  4. I"m going with ...D. None of the above. Since training camp started there's been no continuity. I'll wait til this team is at full strength and "jells" to really answer this question. We lost to 3 very good football teams and weren't blown out by any means. Everybody's in a funk, let's see what happens
  5. All that is true. That track record tho. Desperate times (O line woes) lead to desperate measures and this appears to be one. Maybe I'm more of a "we shouldn't be here" 3 games into the season, but nobody could have predicted these injuries either.. Just frustrating
  6. Hate to judge but judging from his past...pass. Everything the Colts say they don't want in the locker room.
  7. I said he looked "lethargic".. meaning his feet looked slow on his drop backs. Slow to move out of the pocket. Slow on his releases. Did I not recognize the O line looked "overhyped" and was just as bad nor a part of the problem?
  8. Wentz looked lethargic. O Line looked "over hyped". Pass rush was improved. Secondary looked too "Colt like"
  9. 1. Kylen Granson shows up big time 2. The unexpected? Blankenship leads league in scoring..heard it here first 3. By end of year this defense will be top 3 overall 4. Cleveland Browns - limited options to pick from but its long overdo 5. Washington - defense is no joke and all depends on how far Fitz can lead them
  10. I'm going "old school" John Madden style.. however many times we score more points than our opponent..10 of those times?
  11. Rashan Melvin?..know we been there/done that and he's a couple years older now. Waived by Panthers
  12. He hits another gear once he sets sights on the QB..nice combination of power and speed
  13. Haven't seen enough of Eason to determine yet but looks promising. We've had some really bad backup QB's in the past, so right now that's better than knowing our backup QB is bad
  14. I remember awhile ago hearing the sign of a good football team is when you see your cut players starting for another team. Not because of a bad decision to cut but as you stated, there's not enough room and the in house competition is great. The Colts are definitely knocking on the door of that scenario
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