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  1. New Blog Entry!!!

    1. southwest1

      southwest1

      I will check it out Coltsguy510!

  2. Hey everyone, I am back with my Pre-Combine and Draft Bowls (Senior Bowl, East-West Shrine Game, etc.) Mock/FA!! I am going to start off with Free Agency. We have many needs this year, but none is bigger than our O-Line. We need to keep Luck upright next season because I don't know if he can take as many hits as last season. OG's Andy Levitre and Louis Vasquez: Levitre and Vasquez are, in my opinion, the two best Offensive Guards hitting Free Agency this offseason. They are both still young players (Vasquez is 25 and Levitre is 26) and could, along with Shipley, give us one of the best young interior lines in the NFL. Our next biggest need is our secondary, particularly the SS position. We need a difference make, as Zbi is just not cutting it. SS Dashon Gholdson: Gholdson is one of the hardest hitting SS's in the league. He would remind us of Bob. He is relatively young, 28, and would fit in great with our team. With Dwight most likely on his way out this season. We need an edge rusher to replace him, but one that can actually stop the run. OLB Anthony Spencer: Spencer is arguably the best run stopping OLB, in a 3-4 scheme, in the league. He is awesome in that right. He is a vastly underrated pass rusher though. I would love to see him in a Colts uniform this offseason. Now on to the draft. I believe that we should trade down to the second and pick up a 2014 first from a lower tier team, while giving back a 2014 5th. 2. OT D.J. Fluker: Fluker is a massive player. He has been going up against the best competition you can get in college for years now. I believe that he will be the final piece of the puzzle for our O-Line. 3. CB Desmond Trufant: As evidenced by our last game, we need a corner opposite Davis. Trufant can be that guy. He has great instincts and has the bloodlines. He is good in run support, which is what we like in our corners. 4. DE William Gholston: Gholston is an amazing athlete at the DE position. He can play DE in the 3-4 or 4-3. He will slide some in the draft due to character and production concerns, but would be a steal at this point in the draft. 5. (Compensatory) WR Marcus Davis: Davis is a big receiver at 6-3 and is very fast. He needs to work on his hands and route running but when he gets those down, he will be a force to reckon with. Reggie's strengths are Davis's weaknesses, so playing with Reggie woll help Davis a ton. 6. RB Spencer Ware: Ware is a bruiser and, in my opinion, just what we need to pair up with Ballard and Brown. He has only fumbled once ever in his college career and could easily replace Carter as our short yardage back. He is an ultra competitor and just the player I want on this team. 6. (Compensatory) C Braxton Cave: He could come in and compete against Shipley and Satele for the starting job. Very smart player and that's what I want in a Center. 7. K Dustin Hopkins: Vinatieri is getting older and we will need a replacement, so why not get the best kicker in college football. Thanks for reading and don't forget to comment below. It's the Future and you never know what's in it.
  3. Finals Week.......actually not too stressed. Thought I would be, but I think I'll be fine.

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    2. alawai

      alawai

      Like SW1 said, you'll do fine C510 and you too Brent's little girl. I'm glad those days are over for me, the only finals for me is the final piece of pie!

    3. BrentMc11

      BrentMc11

      I was nervous pulling into the HS lot....it was chemistry....I had flashbacks....and nobody I know is better at history that my buddy SW!

    4. southwest1

      southwest1

      Hmmm...A final piece of pie. Can I attend your class Professor 100GFB? I might even pursue an advanced degree or 2 in your "FOOD for thought" school of higher learning. HA! HA! Brent, I was horrible in science/chemistry...Not skilled in chemical reactions or female chemistry either...HA! HA! Thanks for the History complement :) "Four Score & 7 Years ago..."

  4. New blog post.

    1. BrentMc11

      BrentMc11

      Gonna check it out later Buddy! Traveling today!

  5. I will be going over our first 4 rounds. Let's say that we end up with the 1st pick in the draft. A team will want Barkley and we will get 3 first's, 2 second's, and a third. We could possibly get a 3rd third round pick for compensation from Garcon, at least a fourth. We will be at the 6th pick in the draft. We should trade down yet again, this time to 10, and pick up another second. With this pick, we choose Chance Warmack, OG Alabama. Warmack is a beast!! He completely dominated the Michigan defensive line and I don't think his man made a tackle in the game. He had at least 6 pancakes in the game. He blocks until the whistle blows. On one play a Michigan defensive player had a step on him and got the first push and leverage on Warmack, but Warmack used his will power to eventually pancake the opposing lineman. Oh yeah, he also has never been injured in his college career. He would allow Andrew Luck to not worry about stepping up in the pocket and could finally give us a good run game. With the first of our 2 second round picks, we select Dion Jordan, OLB Oregon. Jordan is a fast player with an always running motor and violent hands. He is a perfect fit for our hybrid scheme, because he is a hybrid OLB. He is a very good athlete with a very fast learning pace. He has only played DE/OLB for 2 years now. He has good potential and if we develop him, will become a stud for us. With the second of our 2 second round picks, we choose Aaron Dobson, WR Marshall. Dobson is a big WR with great hands. At 6-3 and with a basketball backround, he will go over defenders to get the ball. He has great, consistent hands and will snag the ball right from a defender. He is not a great route runner, but working with Reggie should help that. He has good top end speed. Dobson will be that #1 WR we have been looking for to replace Reggie when he retires. With one of our third rounders, we pick T.J. Mcdonald, S Texas. Mcdonald loves to hit. He is a captain for the veteran USC squad, which shows his leadership. He averaged about 6 tackles per game, which is pretty impressive to me. He could bring back that fire that we haven't had since Bob Sanders left. If we draft Mcdonald and he pans out, we could have one of the best safety tandems in the league. With our second third round pick we pick Brennan Williams, OT UNC. Williams could play opposite Anthony Castonzo and help protect Luck. He is very athletic and strong. He flashes a meanstreak and will get nasty. He is a LT, but is probably more suited to be a right tackle. If we drafted Williams and Warmack to go with Castonzo and Satele, our O-Line would be solidified for almost all of Luck's career. With our last third round pick, we select Jesse Williams, NT Alabama. Yes, we get another Bama NT. They seem to be the best and nastiest kind. He benched 600 pounds, so yeah, he's a strong guy!! He flashes a mean streak. He is very good in run support and is a good disruptor as a pass rusher. He has a good motor and is a powerful hitter. He has good straight line speed and gives a ton of effort. Williams would be back with his old college buddy and would provide us with a good rotation at NT. With our fourth round pick, we select Kenjon Barner, RB Oregon. He would be our own little Darren Sproles. We would have so meany weapons for Andrew and Kenjon could be a major one. He is a quick, shifty runner who will beat the defenses with his speed. He is a home run player. He is good in the pass game as well. If we can get Kenjon, we will have a very dynamic weapon!
  6. Does anyone know the minimum age to be an intern for the Colts?

    1. Nadine

      Nadine

      I don't but if you call the front desk, they should be able to help you. I know they are all college students. I don't know about the football side though.....

    2. coltsguy510
  7. Today the Monster is Unleashed!!!!!!!!!

    1. BrentMc11

      BrentMc11

      Bring the Heat Pagano/Manusky.....from every direction!

  8. Just so everyone knows, the reason my name is now 510, is because most of my account names on forums, twitter, and espn is 510. I originally made an account named 510, but lost the password so I made one called 511.

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    2. alawai

      alawai

      Thanks. How's Alaska?

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    4. Nadine

      Nadine

      you know we can always help you with your accounts. we can even merge them

  9. No way that's the minimum. Maximum 7, minimum 3.
  10. Also, maybe after we trade down and Star Lotuleilei or Jonathan Hankins are available, we pick them and than we trade one of the seconds, a third, and fourth round pick to move back into the first round, around picks 12 and 13, and draft Warmack. Than we would draft Reid in the second. That would be an awesome draft to me.
  11. Dad's in the Coast Guard lol. I think that there's a possibility we finish 3-13, I say we win 3-6 games.
  12. I believe that we should win more than 3 games, but there is always the possibility. I think that we win 3-6 games this season,
  13. The reason I went with Warmack, is because he is an even better prospect the Decastro and our RG has been very weak.
  14. coltsguy510

    My take on our draft!

    I will be going over our first 3 rounds. I think that we will end up with a 3-13 record and the 2nd pick in the draft. A team will want Logan Thomas and we will get 3 future first's and a second. We will be at the 6th pick in the draft. We should trade down yet again, this time to 10, and pick up another second. With this pick, we choose Chance Warmack, OG Alabama. Warmack is a beast!! He completely dominated the Michigan defensive line and I don't think his man made a tackle in the game. He had at least 6 pancakes in the game. He blocks until the whistle blows. On one play a Michigan defensive player had a step on him and got the first push and leverage on Warmack, but Warmack used his will power to eventually pancake the opposing lineman. Oh yeah, he also has never been injured in his college career. He would allow Andrew Luck to not worry about stepping up in the pocket and could finally give us a good run game. With the first of our 2 second round picks, we choose Aaron Dobson, WR Marshall. Dobson is a big WR with great hands. At 6-3 and with a basketball backround, he will go over defenders to get the ball. He has great, consistent hands and will snag the ball right from a defender. He is not a great route runner, but working with Reggie should help that. He has good top end speed. Dobson will be that #1 WR we have been looking for to replace Reggie when he retires. Here is a video that displays his hands. With the second of our 2 second rounders, we pick TJ Mcdonald, S USC. Mcdonald loves to hit. He is a captain for the veteran USC squad, which shows his leadership. He averaged about 6 tackles per game, which is pretty impressive to me. He could bring back that fire that we haven't had since Bob Sanders left. If we draft Mcdonald and he pans out, we could have one of the best safety tandems in the league. With our third round pick we pick Brennan Williams, OT UNC. Williams could play opposite Anthony Castonzo and help protect Luck. He is very athletic and strong. He flashes a meanstreak and will get nasty. He is a LT, but is probably more suited to be a right tackle. If we drafted Williams and Warmack to go with Castonzo and Satele, our O-Line would be solidified for almost all of Luck's career. Comment below please!!!
  15. Jersey came in!!!!

    1. BrentMc11

      BrentMc11

      I am thinking about my very first jersey....but if I walk down the road with my avatar....I might get requests for autographs....(Hey old man, did you play for the Colts?) HA HA!

  16. Finally ordered my Andrew Luck Jersey today!!! Can't wait!!

  17. Happy Independence Day Coltsfans!!!!!!!!!!

    1. BrentMc11

      BrentMc11

      Enjoy this great day young man!!!

  18. Sorry if I've been out of the loop lately. I'm in the middle of a move from Hawaii to Alaska!!

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    2. MIColtsFan

      MIColtsFan

      wow...... from one beautiful area to another

    3. MTC

      MTC

      That's awesome!

    4. coltsguy510

      coltsguy510

      Landlord for the house pays for Direct TV sunday Ticket and the sports package!!!

  19. For one, In the description I put "If', just to clear that up. For 2 I agree with you. For 3, the skins got those for the #2 overall pick and if we have the #1, we may be able to get a little more. If you remember Barkley was rated above RG3 on most draft boards until he pulled out. Unless he has a horrible year or major injury, a team should look for him. For 4 I agree, I have looked Hunt up more and more and I see that he should be drafted before the 4th. I will probably change that pick in my next mock. Thanks for the advice and please read my other blog posts! I can't wait for the next few years, it'll be great seeing Luck develop, our team grow, and our current and future draft picks.
  20. Good thing Pagano's best at stopping the past with his back round as a secondary coach.
  21. Tim Fugging Fugger followed me on Twitter!!!

  22. Hey everyone, it's coltsguy511 and I'm back with my first 2013 Mock Draft and the Colts first five picks. I will give my evaluation on the Colts picks. This mock draft is in the case that the Colts have the #1 overall pick and trade out. In this mock trade the Colts receive 3 first rounders and 2 second rounders. 1: Minnesota Vikings (From Colts): Logan Thomas, QB, Virginia Tech 2: Miami Dolphins: Matt Barkley, QB, USC 3: Cleveland Brown: Robert Woods, WR, USC 4: St. Louis Rams: Keenan Allen, WR, California 5: Indianapolis Colts (From Vikings): David Amerson, CB, North Carolina State 6: Oakland Raiders: Tyler Wilson, QB, Arkansas 7: New York Jets: Star Lotuleilei, DT/NT, Utah 8: Jacksonville Jaguars: Jarvis Jones, OLB, Georgia 9: Arizona Cardinals: Tyler Bray, QB, Tennessee 10: Seattle Seahawks: Aaron Murray, QB, Georgia 11: San Diego Chargers: Marquess Wilson, WR, Washington State 12: St. Louis Rams (From Washington): D.J. Fluker, OT, Alabama 13: Cincinnati Bengals: Manti Te'o, LB, Notre Dame 14: Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Xavier Rhodes, CB, Florida State 15: Tennessee Titans: William Gholston, DE, Michigan State 16: New Orleans Saints: Jonathan Banks, CB, Mississippi State 17: Dallas Cowboys: Barkevious Mingo, DE/OLB, LSU 18: Buffalo Bills: DeMarcus Milliner, CB, Alabama 19: Carolina Panthers: Cobi Hamilton, WR, Arkansas 20: Philadelphia Eagles: Da'Rick Rodgers, WR, Tennessee 21: San Francisco 49ers: Ricky Wagner, OT, Wisconsin 22: Pittsburgh Steelers: Jonathan Hankins, DT/NT, Ohio State 23: Denver Broncos: Jackson Jeffcoat, DE/OLB, Texas 24: Atlanta Falcons: Tyler Eifert, TE, Notre Dame 25: Baltimore Ravens: Shayne Skov, ILB, Stanford 26: Kansas City Chiefs: Sam Montgomery, DE/OLB, LSU 27: Chicago Bears: Jake Mathews, OT, Texas A&M 28: Detroit Lions: Barrett Jones, Every single Offseason Line position, Alabama 29: Houston Texans: Sean Porter, OLB, Texas A&M 30: Green Bay Packers: Taylor Lewan, OT, Michigan 31: New England Patriots: Marcus Lattimore, RB, South Carolina 32: New York Giants: Alex Okafor, DE/OLB, Texas Colts first 5 picks: Round 1: CB David Amerson: A 6-3 Corner that will make you think that he's a receiver with his ball skills. Very good speed for his size. Plays physical. Only knock is that he may need to work on his press coverage. Round 2: OLB 6-3 Brandon Jenkins and WR 6-4 Justin Hunter (via trade) Brandon Jenkins: A speed edge rusher who comes round the corner. He has many moves that he can use on opposing OT's. A very good athlete. Biggest knock is that he is not very physical at times. Justin Hunter: A big, athletic target at 6-4, Hunter plays faster than his size. He is a physical receiver who will burn you downfield. In high school he was rated as the nation No. 3 long jumper, No. 7 high jumper, and the No. 14 triple jumper. Named CBS No.3 athletic freak in College Football. He will be coming of a torn ACL this year. Round 3: OG 6-3 Jonathan Cooper: A good athlete, who is strong at the point of attack, Jonathan Cooper is one of the best OG's in the country. He is both a very good run blocker and pass blocker. He paved the way for Giovanni Bernard, who had 1,253 yards and 13 TD's. Round 4: 3-4 DE 6-8 Margus Hunt: A freak of nature. At 6-8 with an 82 inch wingspan, he has blocked 14 kicks in his 3 year college career. He will be a load for lineman to move even at the next level. Named CBS College Football "Athletic Freak". He is a junoir world champion at the shot put and discus throw. He has run a 4.7 40 yard dash and benched 225 lbs. 35 times. He has also vertical jumped 36 inches. He is a very raw player who may need developing, but could make a very good payoff. Comment on changes you would make below, if you want. Thanks!!
  23. coltsguy510

    2013 Free Agency

    I forgot to put that at the end of the year, those positions could end up being fine. I edited it.
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