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OFFENSE

63 Saturday, Jeff C 295 13

61 Richard, Jamey OG 295 4

76 Reitz, Joe OG 320 1

71 Diem, Ryan OG 320 11

78 Pollak, Mike OG 301 4

79 Ijalana, Ben OT 317 R

72 Linkenbach, Jeff OT 311 2

74 Castonzo, Anthony OT 305 R

18 Manning, Peyton QB 230 14

5 Collins, Kerry QB 247 17

7 Painter, Curtis QB 230 3

29 Addai, Joseph RB 214 6

31 Brown, Donald RB 210 3

34 Carter, Delone RB 225 R

32 Evans, Darren RB 220 R

28 Spann, Chad RB 198 R

44 Clark, Dallas TE 252 9

84 Tamme, Jacob TE 236 4

81 Eldridge, Brody TE 265 2

47 McNeill, Mike TE 235 R

11 Gonzalez, Anthony WR 193 5

15 White, Blair WR 205 2

17 Collie, Austin WR 200 3

85 Garcon, Pierre WR 210 4

87 Wayne, Reggie WR 198 11

DEFENSE

41 Bethea, Antoine FS 203 6

33 Bullitt, Melvin S 201 5

35 Lefeged, Joe S 205 R

30 Caldwell, David S 212 1

46 Johnson, Terrence CB 190 1

25 Powers, Jerraud CB 192 3

3 Rucker, Chris CB 195 R

28 Thomas, Kevin CB 192 2

20 Tryon, Justin CB 183 4

27 Lacey, Jacob CB 177 3

90 Anderson, Jamaal DE 289 5

75 Brayton, Tyler DE 280 9

93 Freeney, Dwight DE 268 10

98 Mathis, Robert DE 245 9

92 Hughes, Jerry DE 255 2

94 Nevis, Drake UT 294 R

95 Moala, Fili NT 303 3

99 Johnson, Antonio NT 310 5

68 Foster, Eric UT 265 4

51 Angerer, Pat LB 235 2

58 Brackett, Gary LB 235 9

53 Conner, Kavell LB 242 2

50 Wheeler, Philip LB 240 4

57 Moten, Adrian LB 230 R

55 Sims, Ernie LB 230 6

SPECIAL TEAMS

48 Snow, Justin LS 240 12

4 Vinatieri, Adam K 202 16

1 McAfee, Pat P 220 3

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can someone tell me why we kept 4 tes and jamey richard

McNeil made it for special teams I am sure.

As for Richard he can play two poistions and the Colts have always favored those kinds of players and frankly neither McClendon or DeVan stepped up and played well enough to lock down the spots. I don't the gap is big between Richard and the other two.

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I'm pretty sure the Colts have kept 4 TEs pretty much every year.

Very true. I don't think that many here have been talking about it, and neither Chappel, Kravitz or Phil B predicted it, but in retrospect it isn't unusual.

I guess that we should look at the Colts TE's as two different positions - Tamme backing up Clark and McNeil backing up Eldridge. Considering the number of two TE sets, a rookie at LT, and a weak "Link" at RT, any injury at the position would be a problem. I did notice McNeil getting a lot of chances to show he could block in the Cincy game, and I can think of at least one play where he was remarkably successful at it.

Besides, TE is a great position to draw special teamers. Fast enough to get down the field, big enough to hit effectively.

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The Colts' office would be wise to make a move for a guard or OT at the very least. Pollack and Link are just...well, yeah.

Saturday isn't a world beater at center anymore, either. Much as I love the guy he's slowly regressed over the past several seasons to the point where he's likely to be yet another O-line liability. If Pollack is good for anything it's the fact he makes a servicable center if Jeff performs terribly.

Here's praying to god Peyton doesn't have even less time to throw THIS year than the whopping 1.8 seconds/running for his life he experienced last season.

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I'm pretty sure the Colts have kept 4 TEs pretty much every year.

Very true. I don't think that many here have been talking about it, and neither Chappel, Kravitz or Phil B predicted it, but in retrospect it isn't unusual.

I guess that we should look at the Colts TE's as two different positions - Tamme backing up Clark and McNeil backing up Eldridge. Considering the number of two TE sets, a rookie at LT, and a weak "Link" at RT, any injury at the position would be a problem. I did notice McNeil getting a lot of chances to show he could block in the Cincy game, and I can think of at least one play where he was remarkably successful at it.

Besides, TE is a great position to draw special teamers. Fast enough to get down the field, big enough to hit effectively.

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I don't understand why we keep Chad Spann, unless we trade away an RB. Even then, it doesn't change how good or bad (he's bad) he is.

He bumbled 2 kick-offs as a KR. He was flagged for a block in the back on a punt return and the blocked player was injured as a result. He tripped over his own feet on a punt coverage where he had the returner directly in front of him. The punt returner gave him a shake, Spann fell and the returner went right through the space he once stood in. I thought that did him in. It would appear that he was able to overcome those mistakes. That's saying something.

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