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    Colts Snap Counts vs Seahawks

    Quarterbacks: - Andrew Luck: 20 offense (29 percent) - Phillip Walker: 18 offense (26 percent) - Jacoby Brissett: 16 offense (23 percent) - Brad Kaaya: 15 offense (22 percent) Running Backs - Jordan Wilkins: 18 offense (26 percent), 7 special teams (24 percent) - Robert Turbin: 18 offense (26 percent), 5 special teams (17 percent) - Nyheim Hines: 15 offense (22 percent), 8 special teams (28 percent) - Marlon Mack: 9 offense (13 percent) - Christine Michael: 9 offense (13 percent) Tight Ends: - Erik Swoope: 31 offense (45 percent), 6 special teams (21 percent) - Ross Travis: 24 offense (35 percent), 10 special teams (34 percent) - Jack Doyle: 19 offense (28 percent), 4 special teams (14 percent) - Mo Alie-Cox: 12 offense (17 percent), 4 special teams (14 percent) - Darrell Daniels: 12 offense (17 percent), 3 special teams (10 percent) - Eric Ebron: 7 offense (10 percent) Wide Receivers: - K.J. Brent: 27 offense (39 percent), 5 special teams (17 percent) - Zach Pascal: 21 offense (30 percent), 3 special teams (10 percent) - Chester Rogers: 21 offense (30 percent) - T.Y. Hilton: 21 offense (30 percent) - Deon Cain: 18 offense (26 percent) - Ryan Grant: 18 offense (26 percent) - Kasen Williams: 17 offense (25 percent) - Seantavius Jones: 9 offense (13 percent), 7 special teams (24 percent) - Krishawn Hogan: 8 offense (12 percent), 9 special teams (31 percent) - Steve Ishmael: 8 offense (12 percent), 1 special teams (3 percent) - Dres Anderson: 4 offense (6 percent), 1 special teams (3 percent) - James Wright: 6 special teams (21 percent) Offensive Linemen: - Joe Haeg: 56 offense (81 percent), 3 special teams (10 percent) - Braden Smith: 47 offense (68 percent), 2 special teams (7 percent) - Le’Raven Clark: 36 offense (52 percent), 2 special teams (7 percent) - Mark Glowinski: 36 offense (52 percent), 2 special teams (7 percent) - Quenton Nelson: 33 offense (48 percent), 3 special teams (10 percent) - J’Marcus Webb: 33 offense (48 percent) - Ryan Kelly: 27 offense (39 percent) - Austin Howard: 22 offense (32 percent), 2 special teams (7 percent) - Jeremy Vujnovich: 20 offense (29 percent), 3 special teams (10 percent) - Matt Slauson: 20 offense (29 percent), 3 special teams (10 percent) - Nick Callender: 14 offense (20 percent) Defensive Linemen: - Anthony Johnson: 28 defense (52 percent), 3 special teams (10 percent) - Hassan Ridgeway: 24 defense (44 percent), 1 special teams (3 percent) - Tarell Basham: 19 defense (35 percent), 7 special teams (24 percent) - Rakeem Nunez-Roches: 19 defense (35 percent), 2 special teams (7 percent) - Chris McCain: 19 defense (35 percent), 1 special teams (3 percent) - Margus Hunt: 18 defense (33 percent), 4 special teams (14 percent) - Grover Stewart: 18 defense (33 percent), 3 special teams (10 percent) - Jabaal Sheard: 17 defense (31 percent), 1 special teams (3 percent) - Denico Autry: 17 defense (31 percent), 1 special teams (3 percent) - Al Woods: 15 defense (28 percent), 4 special teams (14 percent) - Tomasi Laulile: 13 defense (24 percent) - John Simon: 9 defense (18 percent), 2 special teams (7 percent) Linebackers: - Darius Leonard: 23 defense (43 percent) - Skai Moore: 22 defense (41 percent), 11 special teams (38 percent) - Najee Goode: 18 defense (33 percent), 4 special teams (14 percent) - Zaire Franklin: 17 defense (31 percent), 11 special teams (38 percent) - Tyrell Adams: 14 defense (26 percent), 8 special teams (28 percent) - Matthew Adams: 10 defense (19 percent), 13 special teams (45 percent) - Antonio Morrison: 9 defense (17 percent), 8 special teams (28 percent) - Jeremiah George: 7 defense (13 percent), 8 special teams (28 percent) - William Ossai: 7 defense (13 percent), 8 special teams (28 percent) Cornerbacks: - Quincy Wilson: 23 defense (43 percent), 3 special teams (10 percent) - Kenny Moore II: 22 defense (41 percent), 4 special teams (14 percent) - Pierre Desir: 21 defense (39 percent), 4 special teams (14 percent) - Nate Hairston: 20 defense (37 percent), 6 special teams (21 percent) - D.J. White: 17 defense (31 percent), 7 special teams (24 percent) - Robert Jackson: 17 defense (31 percent), 3 special teams (10 percent) - Henre’ Toliver: 13 defense (24 percent), 4 special teams - Lashard Durr: 11 defense (20 percent), 8 special teams (28 percent) Safeties: - George Odum: 26 defense (48 percent), 15 special teams* (52 percent) - Matthias Farley: 22 defense (41 percent), 4 special teams (14 percent) - T.J. Green: 22 defense (41 percent), 4 special teams (14 percent) - Ronald Martin: 21 defense (39 percent), 6 special teams (21 percent) - Chris Cooper: 11 defense (20 percent), 13 special teams (45 percent) - Shamarko Thomas: 5 defense (9 percent), 6 special teams (21 percent) Specialists: - Rigoberto Sanchez: 13 special teams (45 percent) - Luke Rhodes: 9 special teams (31 percent) - Mike Badgley: 5 special teams (17 percent) - Adam Vinatieri: 3 special teams (10 percent) Did Not Play: - Deyshawn Bond - Tyreek Burwell - Anthony Castonzo - Josh Ferguson - Reece Fountain - Clayton Geathers - Denzelle Good - Malik Hooker - Tyquan Lewis - Chris Milton - Caraun Reid - Kemoko Turay - Anthony Walker
  2. Offense QB: Luck, Brissett, Walker RB: Mack, Wilkins, Hines, Michael WR: Hilton, Grant, Rogers, Fountain, Brent TE: Doyle, Ebron, Swoope OT: Castonzo, Howard, Good, Haeg OG: Nelson, Smith, Glowinski C: Kelly, Slauson Defense DE: Sheard, Simon, Turay, Basham, Hunt DT: Woods, Autry, Ridgeway, Stewart, Lewis WLB: Leonard, Adams MLB: Walker, Moore, Franklin SAM: Goode, Morrison CB: Wilson, Hairston, Desir, Moore, Milton FS: Hooker, Green SS: Geathers, Farley Special Teams K: Vinatieri P: Sanchez LS: Rhodes Suspended: RB Turbin Injured Reserve: WR Cain Practice Squad WR Ishmael WR Williams LB Ossai LB Adams TE Allie-Cox S Cooper CB Jackson S Odum OT Burwell QB Kaaya - I don't see Bond making the team with Haeg's ability to play across the line - If Walker doesn't make the team, I expect him to be on the PS and Kaaya is dropped. - I think Michael will make it with Turbin suspended and Mack's hamstring injury - Moore didn't look very good, but there isn't much competition unless Ballard signs a veteran CB or waiver wire pickup at cutdown to 53 - Brent makes the team because of Cain's season ending injury
  3. Caleb3502

    Collts @ Seahawks Preseason Game Night Thread

    Half time Stats Luck 6/9 64 Yards Brissett 5/7 32 Yards Turbin 6 Carries 27 Yards Michael 2 Carries 13 Yards Mack 4 Carries 9 Yards A. Luck 1 Carry 1 Yard Mack 2 Rec 23 Yards Turbin 2 Rec 18 Yards Brent 2 Rec 18 Yards Rogers 2 Rec 16 Yards Doyle 1 Rec 9 Yards Hilton 1 Rec 8 Yards Cain 1 Rec 4 Yards Vinatieri 3/3 FG Sanchez 1 Punt for 47 Yards Inside the 20 Skai Moore and Leonard with 4 tackles Simon with 1.5 Sacks Autry with 0.5 Sacks Hairston with 1 INT
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    Collts @ Seahawks Preseason Game Night Thread

    Will Vinatieri actually ever retire?
  5. Caleb3502

    Saints Release WR Brandon Coleman

    He is 26 years old and is 6'6" 225 lb. Stats 2017 16 Games 23 Catches 364 Yards 15.85 Avg 3 TD 2016 16 Games 26 Catches 281 Yards 10.83 Avg 3 TD 2015 16 Games 30 Catches 454 Yards 15.13 Avg 2 TD
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    It’s Happening!!!

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    Nelson at RT?

    Keep Nelson at LG, Slauson and Smith battle for RG, Kelly at C, Castonzo at LT, Howard at RT with Haeg and Good as the backup tackles. I don't see Clark making the team. If Mewhort is still able to play, I would at least like to see Smith take some reps at RT as well in preseason.
  8. Safeties Kenny Vaccaro (27) Eric Reid (26) Tre Boston (25) Mike Mitchell (30) Quintin Demps (32) Tyvon Branch (32) Ron Parker (30) Corey Graham (32) TJ Ward (31) Ladarius Webb (32) Nate Allen (30) Eddie Pleasant (29) Jarius Byrd (31) Will Blackmon (33) Chris Prosinkski (30) Keith McGill (29) Shamarko Thomas (27) Colt Anderson (32) Steve Terrell (27) Darius Butler (32) There's definitely some younger safeties still available that can provide depth for the Colts. We had brought Tre Boston and Kenny Vaccaro, so if Ballard and the rest of the staff feel Geathers and Hooker will not be ready for September, I expect to see one of the signed, possibly both based on the status of Geathers' injuries and Hooker's recovery. Someone like Corey Graham could also be a decent veteran backup, he played rather decently for the Eagles last season.
  9. I felt like the Safety group was in a pretty good spot with Farley, Hooker, and Geathers with Martin/Green/Odum battling it out for the fourth spot, but I could see bringing in another S given Geathers' injury history and Hooker's rehab. I'll list some of the remaining Safeties, and there's quite a bit of them remaining that could add some decent depth.
  10. Here is a list of the best remaining free agents by position for potential positional needs for the Colts. Do you see Ballard bringing any of these players in to compete for a roster spot? (Age in Parentheses) Runningback DeMarco Murray (30) Eddie Lacy (27) Shane Vereen (29) Jamaal Charles (31) Alfred Morris (29) Orleans Darkwa (26) Wide Receiver Dez Bryant (29) Jeremy Maclin (30) Eric Decker (31) Harry Douglas (32) Dontrelle Inman (29) Outside Linebacker Jelani Jenkins (27) Jonathan Casillas (30) Keenan Robinson (28) Koa Misi (31) Inside Linebacker NaVorro Bowman (29) Lawrence Timmons (32) Michael Wilhoite (31) Gerald Hodges (27) Brian Cushing (31) Cornerback Bashaud Breeland (26) - I do think once his foot heals that we will sign him. Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (31) Sean Smith (30) Jeremy Lane (27) Delvin Breaux (28) Alterraun Verner (29) Robert McClain (29) I know we are in a pretty good spot at RB, but Orleans Darkwa would be an interesting signing. I think signing another veteran WR and CB would at the very least improve the depth at those positions. I'm hoping Ballard signs Breeland once his foot heals. I think we would have a pretty decent secondary overall with Breeland being added. There's not many good linebackers left. NaVorro Bowman would be an interesting pickup, but it is highly unlikely Ballard would bring him in. Most of these players are heading or already into their 30s and I think Ballard wants to maintain with youthful team (outside of Vinatieri - the oldest player in the league).
  11. http://www.nfl.com/photoessays/0ap3000000937154/jared-goff-alvin-kamara-joey-bosa-make-allunder25-team Sanchez ranked 4th in Net Average (42.6) and was tied for 15th for Punts Inside the 20 (28). Sanchez also had the 6th fewest kickoff return yards allowed (441 - Minimum 50 Kickoffs) and tied for 11th for Touchbacks (46). Not a bad rookie season for the successor of McAfee.
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    Pre preseason 53 man roster

    Depending on McCain's legal situation, I could see someone like Margus Hunt or Erik Swoope make the roster in his place. Hunt is getting older and Swoope has dealt with injuries. Roster cuts are going to be interesting this year, though I don't think we will know the final Week 1 roster until well after initial cut-down day given Ballard's activeness with the waiver wire.
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    Top 11 Colts of All-Time (NFL.com)

    It's actually top 11 and best head coach, my bad.
  14. NFL.com is breaking down the top 10 players from each franchise by division. Yesterday was the AFC South. Here's their list of their top 10 Baltimore/Indianapolis Colts. http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000937048/article/alltime-xi-afc-south-no-2-slot-for-peyton-manning-jj-watt 1) Johnny Unitas, QB (1956-1972) 2) Peyton Manning, QB (1998-2011) 3) Marvin Harrison, WR (1996-2008) 4) Raymond Berry, WR (1955-1967) 5) Gino Marchetti, DE (1953-1966) 6) Reggie Wayne, WR (2001-2014) 7) John Mackey, TE (1963-1971) 8) Dwight Freeney, DE (2002-2012) 9) Edgerrin James, RB (1999-2005) 10) Lenny Moore, RB (1956-1967) 11) Art Donovan, DT (1950, 1953-1961) Coach: Tony Dungy (2002-2008)