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In two days, the Indianapolis Colts take the field in their first game against real competition. Even though it is preseason, it is still the maiden event for what has become a completely revamped franchise. One would have to draw some very sketchy comparisons to find a team historically that has changed so many aspects in just one off-season. In review, this franchise lost it's franchise QB to injury and that loss was followed by poor team play, questionable coaching decisions, head scratching coordinator approaches, and overall lack of team confidence. What was a franchise that was feared, w
Okay, personal rant on... I purposefully stayed away from the board yesterday. I took the day off from work and sulked. Watched the press conferences and all of the rigamorole surrounding Manning's departure. And I came away with one major conclusion: As fans, If we are to support the continuation of success, if we are to support the continuation of the standards that Irsay, Polian, Dungy and Manning set down vis-a-vis a Championship calibre organization, then we have to give Andrew Luck a lot of latitude these first two seasons. Colts fans are acclimated to our QB being the greatest QB in the
Here's a fun video on NFL.com http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-videos/09000d5d826f73ca/Football-Freakonomics-Draft-Luck With all the busts out there, with all the successful talents who were drafted late, there is undoubtedly much truth to this. At what point do scouts go from having a talent for scouting to just crossing their fingers? If history is to be believed, just how much more likely is Andrew Luck to be a sure thing than RG3? Does real success in the draft come more from who you pick or HOW you pick? What is your opinion?
Unless some type of miracle happens in Philly, then Andy Reid is out of there. It is almost assured that Caldwell will be gone if we go 0-16 or even 1-15. So what do you think of the idea of Andy Reid being hired as the coach of the Colts? He has a terrific track record of developing Quarterbacks and if we drafted Luck he would fall into an ideal situation. Any thoughts?