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Derakynn

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  1. We’ve tried to reclaim a WR nearly every year since Luck was drafted. And nearly every single one has failed completely (Avery is the only one I can remember who’s career didn’t come here to die). I’d expect this to turn out the same.
  2. Not a fan. Watched many Chargers games due to fantasy interest, and there were many times the dude was limp noodling the ball to defenders. At least Jacoby is only good for like 2 of those in a season.
  3. The Ravens are absolutely terrible. Awful coaching. Good thing they rested their starters and secured that bye week so they had all that extra time to prepare for dropping this steaming pile.
  4. Ravens are choking this game so hard, and so constantly. They’ve literally caused 2 10 point swings on their pathetic 4th and 1 attempts.
  5. Would be a good choice. Some of the quotes I’ve read from Dodd’s makes me think there is a solid chance he wouldn’t take the job though. Things about only getting one chance and it having to be the right situation. I honestly can’t see the Browns being the “right situation” with how terribly the ownership has been handling that team and the constant turnover of both GMs and coaches there.
  6. Imagine cheering for a divisional foe. There is no reason to even care about the Patriots. It’s been 10 years. It’s not a rivalry. The Colts have not even competed in a game against them since Manning was here.
  7. I expected him to be mediocre. By the end of the season, it was much worse. A great QB can make throws into tight windows. A mediocre (game-manager) QB should at least make throws to WRs that are open. Jacoby was completely missing the fact the WRs were open, and repeatedly would miss them even if he did recognize it. You could pick almost any starting QB in the league and they probably would have done better than he did in the final games.
  8. The only injury that really matters this year is the one that was the final nail in the coffin for retirement. The rest really haven’t been that bad, as shown here. The backups have still generally done a solid job.
  9. The pre-existing bias in these comments is palpable. Eric Reid was right. This was just a PR move. None of his requests were even remotely unreasonable. When it that became clear, he held the workout on his own terms. Also reasonable.
  10. Jesus this team is absolutely horrid. Imagine following up that Pittsburg game with this.
  11. It was only a matter of time before this was going to happen. Literally can not trust the kicking unit at all at this point. Every kick, no matter the distance, seems to be extremely questionable whether it will be made.
  12. There was a pretty good amount of drama here when this was happening... I maintain my stance that he was playing badly so he was cut. IIRC he was also only brought in when the secondary was dealing with injuries.
  13. People speculating that Luck leaving broke his spirit and now he wants out. I really can’t see that being the case. His entire life has been the Colts, and he’s been raising his daughters in the same fashion, no doubt to take over ownership one day. I can’t imagine he would change course like that.
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