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Question of the Day - 04/17

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Yesterday I caught a portion of "The Dan Dakich Show" on 1070thefan in Indianapolis.

 

His interview guest was Mike Chappell - Indianapolis Colts beat writer for the "Indianapolis Star" - and they were discussing the teams free agent additions and the upcoming NFL Draft.

 

Chappell expressed his opinion that Reggie Wayne was NO longer a "difference maker" - but rather - someone who could be counted on to "move the chains".

 

Agree or disagree ??

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Counting on somebody to be open to move the chains on a consistent basis is a difference maker

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Counting on somebody to be open to move the chains on a consistent basis is a difference maker

Lol was going to say the same thing. As long as he is still making plays he doesn't need to be an explosive play maker. Whichever he really never was anyways. Always just been a dependable, chain moving clutch wr.

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Yeah, cause having 200+ receiving yards in one game definitely is just a chain mover.

Reggie is the ageless wonder for a reason. Expecting another great season from him

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Lol was going to say the same thing. As long as he is still making plays he doesn't need to be an explosive play maker. Whichever he really never was anyways. Always just been a dependable, chain moving clutch wr.

Exactly.. That's what I've been saying all along. He never was a deep threat but he would move the chains. 

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"someone who could be counted on to "move the chains"...Keeping drives alive makes you essential & a vital cog in the Colts system ergo a "difference maker"... :facepalm:

Chappell is grossly mistaken on this point.

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