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  1. Saw the Colts were ranked #1 by ESPN in the NFL Future Power Rankings: Projections for all 32 teams for the next three years. https://www.espn.com/nfl/insider/story/_/id/27124949/nfl-future-power-rankings-projections-all-32-teams-next-three-years#chi Anyone see who else was in the top 10?
  2. I haven't seen much discussion on Adam Humphries, who is one of the few solid free agent options at WR. He was pretty consistent on a very inconsistent team that had many other receiving options. For the right price, should he be considered, and how would he fit into the Colts lineup?
  3. You think he will go that early in the second round, or the second round at all? I know a lot will change in the next few months, with pro days and the combine, but he is barely in the top 10 WRs on most lists I have seen.
  4. WR - Stanford - 6'3" 225 lbs Had the opportunity to watch this guy a few times. I can see him being a very solid / reliable WR in the NFL and a potential draft steal. Thoughts?
  5. Definitely a lot of truth here. I'm not mad about the player, I'm mad they decided to go with that position in general. I don't want to pretend to know much about evaluating DTs, but when the patriots get Malcom Brown (who was rated a top 15 player by many) 3 picks later, it does hurt a little bit....
  6. You may be right, but I just don't get how you can dismiss the option after seeing what he is still capable when healthy....
  7. I know there has been a topic of him at some point, but I could not find the post. Pending a first or second round RB selection in the draft, I don't see any reason not to bring Bradshaw back....I would take 8 healthy games from him over 16 games from some of the other RB roster options....He obviously doesn't have to be a work horse for us, but the Cotls were just plain a better team with him on the field last year... Thoughts?
  8. Combined with two for sure QB first round picks, 2 probable RB first round picks, and potentially up to 7 first round WRs taken, there could be quite a bit of talent falling to picks 20-32! I know this isn't new news, but I thought it was noteworthy going into tomorrow.
  9. Exactly, I think the smarter play would be to find a way to get Coleman in the second round. I'm a Hoosier, so I'm a little biased I'm sure, but at the same time I got to watch this guy up close and personal. He was IU's only weapon, facing stacked boxes nearly every down, playing hurt half the season. The guy is a playmaker.
  10. I know it doesn't answer the question as stated, but I wouldn't be dissapointed if the colts traded out of the first round, locking up an extra 2nd round pick. I do really like Randall. He is a ball hawk, but idk if the value is there at 29. However, I trust Grigson. If thats your guy, go get him.
  11. This is what I'm thinking....for the right price....he is such an asset when healthy....so if you can use him sparingly during the regular season and then unleash him in the playoffs that would be amazing. In a perfect world....
  12. Not hearing much about him. Any room for him? Man is he good when he's healthy.
  13. Not one single TD reception....this dude is done.... Lets not get another guy that gets zero separation.... Would rather have Nicks then anyone mentioned here....
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