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Posts posted by lollygagger8

  1. I've been conditioned to not like Brady for so long, so I can't root for Bucs. 


    KC fans are a bunch of bandwagon jumpers and love to talk smack (my neighbor is obnoxious and hails from KC so that helps me hate on KC fans lol) Plus I'm sick and tired of State farm commercials with Mahomes and Rodgers lol. 


    Plus, Weeknd is going to be the halftime show? puke


    I probably won't even watch it tbh

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  2. TY Hilton:  2 yrs / $17M - after him, Colts need help @ WR (I'm not sold on Campbell staying healthy) 

    Marlon Mack: vet min - 1yr prove it deal 

    Justin Houston: 1 yr / $7M - unless they can somehow get another pass rusher in FA 

    Denico Autry: 1yr / $4M - he's good, 

    Xavier Rhodes: 3yr / $25M - need to keep him 

    Anthony Walker Jr: Undecided, but I'm ok if he walks

    Malik Hooker: vet min - but he'll find money somewhere else and walk 

    Jacoby Brissett: Do not sign unless he gives half the money from last year back lol 

    Zach Pascal: 1yr / $2M - excellent blocker, decent WR 

    Mo-Alie Cox: I like him more than most. 2 yr /$6M - and then actually use him 


    This team has a lot of holes to fill regardless! 

  3. I hated the idea of Rivers coming here when it was first announced (ever since the RCA Dome incident) but over the course of the season, I realized he wasn't so bad. I appreciated he played better than I thought he would. 


    Thanks for what you did for the Colts, Philip Rivers! 



    Can't wait to see who's QB for Colts next season.


    Anyone but Brissett please!! 

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  4. Well Castanzo says Nelson can do it......hmmm........




    Anthony Castonzo announced his retirement on Tuesday and that decision adds something to the Colts’ list of needs for the offseason.

    They will need a new starter at left tackle, but they may not have to look all that far to find one. During a press conference after his announcement, Castonzo said that he’s seen left guard Quenton Nelson have fun taking some reps at the position in practice and that he thinks the three-time All-Pro would do well at a new position.

    “We’ve talked about it, and if that’s what happens, I’m going to tell you right now, he’s going to do a nice job. He’s got all the skills to do it,” Castonzo said, via Joel A. Erickson of the Indianapolis Star.

    The Colts will likely explore a number of options for moving forward on the offensive line, but agreeing with Castonzo’s take on Nelson could lead to a search focused on help at guard rather than tackle.

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