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  1. I was thinking the same thing when I read the title And it's been awhile Since I've seen the way the candles light your face And it's been awhile But I can still remember just the way you taste Staind. Break the Cycle. It's Been Awhile.
  2. Brock Osweiler <= Eason < Jeff George Closest to Osweiler, not as good as Jeff George. Hard to say at this point, but honestly, I don't see Eason beating out Chad Kelly (if Kelly is given a chance with the Colts in 2020).
  3. So, there's no need for talent at the RB position to have a successful RUNNING GAME? I might still have a shot at the NFL after all. Thank you for the inspiration!
  4. I'm still trying to figure that one out too. I was going with 'Rehcalru'.. but doesn't seem right either.
  5. If they picked a QB early (top 20 pick) you could be thinking about them as the QB of the future. In the 5th round I view him as competition for backup or a gamble on development. I doubt they are considering him the future at this point. But we can't keep 4 QBs, so one way or another, one of JB, CK, Eason won't be on the final roster. The good thing about gambling on him in the 5th is that it will be easier to move on should a better opportunity present itself in the 2021 draft. Had we spent major draft capital on a 2nd-tier QB this year (which IMO were all but Burrow and maybe Tua), then it would be harder to move on should a better opportunity be available.
  6. OT depth would make sense here. But if not, maybe Bradlee Anae?
  7. If you're talking about former Colt Philip Walker, he signed with the Carolina Panthers.
  8. Rivers hasn't missed many games in his career. The best argument for keeping JB as backup is his experience in the off chance Rivers misses a few games this year. Colts are already stuck the majority of his huge QB salary (even if he were traded)... so he's effectively a $6M backup for this year (rest of the $21M contrace for this year is sunk cost regardless of what happens). Even if they were to keep JB in 2020, I don't see him resigned as the backup going forward. If both Kelly and Eason are looking good in camp, I would say roll the dice and deal/cut Jacoby and keep all three Rivers, Kelly and Eason on the expanded roster (with Kelly as the likely #2).
  9. Just to be fair, your numbers are not 10 times greater. It's 3.78 times greater.
  10. And moved up in the 6th swapping with the LIONS there (up 11 picks).
  11. Fair enough. But try to pick that one person right now that we'll regret passing on. Don't wait for three years to look back and cherry pick one that emerged as a star.
  12. Looks like the Colts won't need to sink much money in the RB position for the foreseeable future (assuming Mack walks and Colts get comp pick). Seems like a pretty good plan since we'll have some big second contracts to deal with in next couple years. I do feel bad for the RBs though. They kind of get shafted by the reality of rookie contract rules.
  13. If our line is as good as we think it is, with the speed at which he explodes through the hole up the middle and sheds arm tackles... it will be exciting.
  14. If you haven't seen his highlight reel on youtube, check it out. It's amazing. He's definitely a home run threat and huge number of broken tackles and yards after contact. The fumbles are troubling and can hopefully be corrected.
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