6.0 = basically a solid, NFL player.
Depending on how you define 'solid', is that really all the Colts need at WR ?
With TY on the plus side of 30 (and heavily reliant on speed and quickness)
and having proven at least a bit injury prone, an argument can be made that they
need a kid who is at least a prospective WR-1A type (ala what Wayne became).
Not arguing to use #13 on a WR (though would be ok with it). But I also
would wait past #44.
Changing the subject for a moment, there is a big Heavyweight fight this weekend = Wilder vs Fury. 2 best out there today, an interviewer is walking around Vegas asking people if Mike Tyson in his prime would beat either . 1988 Tyson would destroy either of these dudes. = remember this game . The guy with the big belly was known has King Hippo , only way to beat him was to hit him in the belly. When you fought Tyson, the only way to beat him was not to get hit so it was possible but you had to fight perfect to do it. I beat him 3 times (some things you never forget ) but I fought him like 500 times or so back in the day. When I won I avoided getting hit which is almost impossible to do. It takes total concentration. Once he lands 1 punch it is over because it zaps almost all your energy.