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Mike Tahoe

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  1. Whoever has the #1 pick five years from now will have the next Manning era for their fans to cheer for.
  2. Sadly we are paying 38 y/o Rivers $25M to be our QB for this year. Patriots got Cam for under $1M, Rivers is a smart, lucky man.
  3. Tannehill is actually a very good QB. He just had a slow start due to being on the Dolphins and had a long string of season ending injuries. Tannehill threw 3 TDs and ran for another TD against a Bills top 5 defense. Also Tannehill can move and does not force the ball to WRs that aren't open. Colts would easily be undefeated this season with Tannehill as our QB.
  4. Agreed! If Luck hadn't quit on this team we'd easily be 5-0 right now and talking about who we would and wouldn't want to play in the playoffs.
  5. I still don't understand why a guy like Jonotthan Harrison, who was an undrafted rookie, got the nod to start over someone experienced like AQ Shipley. It was evident with the little playing time AQ got that he was more than serviceable at Center. Hell, there were even some moments where the offensive line looked decent with Shipley in the lineup. I read there were some sources claiming that he had arms that were too short, possibly Grigson didn't like him, or that he looked bow-legged when he walked. Regardless, I feel like he never got a fair shot at proving hims
  6. Didn't Freeney also have like 9 forced fumbles his rookie season? He had an insane amount of strip/sacks to start his career. He is one of my favorite draft picks by Polian ever. Especially for a guy who was considered undersized for the DE position and coming out of a school like Syracuse.
  7. I really don't think we would need to trade up to to 15 to get McGlinchey. Like someone else said we can more than likely get him at 22. Right on for putting this together lots of interesting scenarios. Thanks!
  8. This is a tough decision for me, so many good names on the list. I picked James but Bob Sanders is a close second. I still wonder how amazing of a career he could've had if he not had all the injuries.
  9. I wouldn't mind if we signed this guy as an insurance policy. We have four young safeties already (Green, Clay, Farley, Hook) who are all needing more live game experience and exposure, but it's also likely one or more of them will get injured.
  10. If we don't take Nelson at 6, who is most likely to wind up picking him? I'd be surprised if he wound up going in the back half of the round.
  11. This is from his pre-draft analysis, if anyone cares to read it.. STRENGTHS Good size. Smooth accelerator off the line. Good flexibility to sink his hips. Tracks throws and shows terrific body control to adjust. Impressive hands catcher -- quick, soft mitts. Makes NFL-caliber catches, snatching throws out of the air away from his body. Determined runner with the ball in his hands. Nice upfield quickness to pick up yards after the catch. Good field awareness. WEAKNESSES Could stand to improve functional strength and physicality. Can be jammed and rerouted at the line. Pe
  12. Maybe the Jets still feel bad about beating the Colts in the Super Bowl, so they decided to help us out immensely with the upcoming draft.
  13. The Manning era was by far the most enjoyable football era I've ever witnessed. The only thing that irked me with the previous regime was pulling our starters for the last couple games of the season on multiple occasions. I get wanting to do this to prevent any injuries going into the playoffs. But, turning off the momentum and then trying to flip it back on like a light switch didn't work. It hurt the team more than it helped. But to answered your question.... I'm not too worried. I think Ballard has a good football mind and will steer this team back to success.
  14. Top ten Colts: 1. Peyton Manning (The Sheriff) 2. Marvin Harrison 3. Johnny Unitas 4. Reggie Wayne 5. Tarik Glenn 6. Dwight Freeney 7. Raymond Berry 8. Edgerrin James 9. Robert Mathis 10. Andrew Luck Bottom ten Colts: 1. Gilbert Gardner 2. Trent Richardson 3. Curtis Painter 4. Roy Hall 5. Hank Baskett 6. Samson Satele 7. Cassius Vaughn 8. Josh McNary 9. Bjoern Werner 10. Dante Hughes
  15. I'm sold. We couldn't cover even the worst of TE's last season so if this is even partially true, I'm happy with the signing.
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