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7 minutes ago, dgambill said:

Udfa get get to choose where they go. They can look at your roster and say I don't think I can make it or they may want to go to a regional team (maybe NE) to be closer to home or closer to his family home wherever that is. Now he is locked in and ours.

I'm warming up to this pick quickly after seeing some clips of this kid.  I jumped the gun because I didn't know who the heck he was.  lol 

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Just now, Ace Boogie said:

#Protect12 the theme of this one

 

Irsay was not dishing out $20 mil. to his QB without a plan :)

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Just now, stitches said:

WOW! Austin Blythe!

This means Holmes and Harrison are both gone. They'll be this year's Chapman and Hughes.

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Just now, Coltsman1788 said:

I'm warming up to this pick quickly after seeing some clips of this kid.  I jumped the gun because I didn't know who the heck he was.  lol 

Ohh I don't either...all I know is we wanted him in our camp for sure and that's fine with me...we needed lbs.

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Just now, dgambill said:

Ohhh man another center!! Moving Kelly to guard?!

I doubt it.    

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Overall I like our draft picks; however I can't help but feel we could have did much better. Seems very bland Whig describes the Colts under Grigson.

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Just now, dgambill said:

Ohhh man another center!! Moving Kelly to guard?!

 

No, Blythe has experience at both guard positions, so essentially he will be center back up and guard back up. 

 

We have OT back up with Kaeg and Good, this was the guard/center back up plan.

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Just now, chad72 said:

 

Irsay was not dishing out $20 mil. to his QB without a plan :)

Yessir. I'm not mad at him. I'm excited to see what we can do with the CFA's

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?????  just at a loss.  How many rookie OL can you have, greater needs elsewhere for sure. That's rather disappointing

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2 minutes ago, Defjamz26 said:

This means Holmes and Harrison are both gone. They'll be this year's Chapman and Hughes.

Pretty much. It's for their benefit though. We've seen all we need to see of those two. Time to move on

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Bunch of people wanted this guy as our center....love those big ten interior lineman. He may be more pro ready while our other two might need a year.

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2 minutes ago, chad72 said:

 

No, Blythe has experience at both guard positions, so essentially he will be center back up and guard back up. 

 

We have OT back up with Kaeg and Good, this was the guard/center back up plan.

Haeg will play before Clark, imo

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We drafted Olineman for the new ZBS scheme.  You could argue that Blythe, Haeg, and Clark are for the right side of the line.  Blythe will backup Kelly.

 

Doesn't bode well for KH, JH, and Thornton.

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At this point, I hope for David Perkins, OLB, Victor Ochi, OLB, Eric Striker OLB, and Jeremy Cash SS to fall and see the amount of opportunity we have on Defense for them to get playing time if they prove themselves..... undrafted OLB's especially should be falling over themselves to come to Indy

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Gimme Cash for safety depth. Could backup Geathers and play ST's.

 

Maybe we can get Tyler Marz for more depth

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Someone should start a UDFA thread with a link to a colts only tracker. I looked and didn't see one. Maybe someone already has a link?

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1 hour ago, Defjamz26 said:

This means Holmes and Harrison are both gone. They'll be this year's Chapman and Hughes.

 

I would 't bet a penny that Blythe becomes the back-up ahead of Holmes.

 

I'm not saying it won't happen,  just that I wouldn't predict it at this point.

 

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5 hours ago, 1918 said:

I was kidding around. How about:

Griswold, Darion TE 6'5" 255 Arkansas State

Welcome to Walley World!

Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!! Colts signed him as FA

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13 hours ago, NewColtsFan said:

 

I would 't bet a penny that Blythe becomes the back-up ahead of Holmes.

 

I'm not saying it won't happen,  just that I wouldn't predict it at this point.

 

It's cool. I'm saying that because I see history repeating itself. Last year we weren't getting anything out of Chapman and Hughes and then we drafted Anderson and Perry and the staff said they were better and released them.

 

I see the same pattern with our centers. Kelly is an automatic starter and Blythe is a better scheme fit. I can see Holmes and Harrison playing in the 4th quarter of the last preseason game and then being cut. Holmes also has injury concerns.

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4 hours ago, Defjamz26 said:

It's cool. I'm saying that because I see history repeating itself. Last year we weren't getting anything out of Chapman and Hughes and then we drafted Anderson and Perry and the staff said they were better and released them.

 

I see the same pattern with our centers. Kelly is an automatic starter and Blythe is a better scheme fit. I can see Holmes and Harrison playing in the 4th quarter of the last preseason game and then being cut. Holmes also has injury concerns.

 

Fair point.    At the press conference,   Grigson and Pagano spoke very, VERY highly of Blythe.    Made him sound like much more of a prospect than the normal 7th round kid.       Holmes and Harrison might lose a lot of sleep over the next few months,  0R,  they'll get motivated to play the best football of their lives!!

 

 

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On ‎4‎/‎30‎/‎2016 at 5:14 PM, OffensivelyPC said:

Tell me about him. I'm intrigued...

I will say this. Bates has all the same production as Camalei Correa without us having used a second or third round pick. He actually moves better than Correa, better 3 cone times, same 40 time, better explosion. We have a coach on our coaching staff who used to be at Maine before coming to the Colts. I studied up on him a little bit before the draft started.

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1 hour ago, krunk said:

I will say this. Bates has all the same production as Camalei Correa without us having used a second or third round pick. He actually moves better than Correa, better 3 cone times, same 40 time, better explosion. We have a coach on our coaching staff who used to be at Maine before coming to the Colts. I studied up on him a little bit before the draft started.

Im interested enough to watch film on him. Thanks!

 

PS sorry for the confusion yesterday. Wasnt trying to condescend at all.

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