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  1. I'm no baseball expert by any means, but with the MLB not having a cap, I believe he could get paid way more over the course of his career as an elite baseball player than an elite NFL player. He might get more out of the gate with the NFL, but he could make more career earnings in the MLB. Edit: Not only that, but baseball isn't as physically demanding as football. He won't have 300 lbs linemen trying to pummel him into the ground on each play, so his career longevity might be a bit better there. He also gets to play in nice weather whereas football happens in the fall and winter. Without knowing much about his physical abilities as a football player or a baseball player, all things being equal, I'd say go to the MLB
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    The Most Painful Playoff Loss So Far SD, Indy, Philly?

    I'm of the opinion that losing a close game, especially on one play, is more heart-breaking than getting completely stomped. It sucked to see the Colts lose, but they were playing so poorly from the very beginning that it wasn't a surprise. With the Eagles game, Eagles fans actually had hope that they were going to win and all of that hope was crushed on one play.
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    Colts want Adam Vinatieri back (Update) (Merge)

    I'd love to see him extend the all-time scoring mark even higher. He played well last year, despite the KC game, so I'm all for him returning for another year.
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    Andrew Luck is heading to the 2019 Pro Bowl

    Players know this, so they don't put much effort in. You'll see minimal tackling, blocking, and effort in the Pro Bowl because no one wants to get hurt. I don't think it's a huge risk.
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    Colts have fired OL coach Dave DeGuglielmo

    Reich might want his own guy since DeG came over under the assumption that McDaniels would be our head coach. Perhaps Reich wants someone whose blocking schemes better fit what he wants to do on offense, or the techniques he teaches are more similar to what Reich prefers
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    Colts have fired OL coach Dave DeGuglielmo

    This is interesting. Many in New England were saying he was to blame for the poor OL play when Scarnecchia retired and DeGuglielmo replaced him. No question this was McDaniels' guy, but the line did play much better this year than it has in recent years. I wonder what role he played in that, or if it was just because we had better talent along the OL. However, I trust Reich in making this decision.
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    Antonio Brown? Doubt it.

    My interpretation after briefly reading that article is that Ballard was part of the vetting process. It doesn't say Ballard wanted him. For all we know, Ballard was part of the vetting process and his conclusion was that the Chiefs shouldn't draft Hill, but Dorsey decided against that and drafted him anyway. I don't know either way. All I'm saying is it's not a reasonable conclusion to say that because Ballard was part of the front office that drafted Hill, then he has no right to say he wants high character players here in Indy
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    Antonio Brown? Doubt it.

    If he's the one who made that call, then sure. But what I'm saying is you don't know whether he made that call or not, but you're throwing the blame onto him anyway
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    Antonio Brown? Doubt it.

    Do you know whether Ballard was the one who made that call? He was part of a team of scouts and front office executives. For all we know, he was saying the Chiefs shouldn't draft Hill, but the GM John Dorsey decided to do it anyway
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    Ballard press conference

    You can't help but get excited when you see someone of his character, class, and leadership leading the organization
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    Andrew’s poor short throws

    1 game is more than enough for you to conclude his career is over?
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    Andrew’s poor short throws

    OL didn't play well, receivers weren't getting open, and Luck didn't play well. Lots of things went wrong. But let's not go crazy and say his career is over and Brissett is our future starter. He hasn't been great in outdoor playoff games, but I don't think his stats in those games are truly indicative of his abilities
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    Andrew’s poor short throws

    1 week ago: Luck is back! Future MVP candidate, looking better than his old self, gonna take over the league Has 1 bad game: Luck's career is over and he has a noodle arm. I understand that Luck had a bad game and the frustration that comes with that, but to call his arm strength or even his career into question after one bad game is complete nonsense. With a full offseason coming up, I think it's very realistic to expect Luck to have a great season next year.
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    Big Q Versus Chris Jones

    KC's defense is much worse than Indy's. Both offenses are strong, but only the Colts have a good defense between these two teams