Jump to content
Indianapolis Colts
Indianapolis Colts Fan Forum

Recommended Posts

  • Replies 829
  • Created
  • Last Reply

Top Posters In This Topic

Top Posters In This Topic

3 minutes ago, legend300 said:

My cousin is a bengals fan and he just text me and said I don't know who is worse.  We both agree a tie would be fitting.  Smh

 

Did you tell him about how opposing-team-friendly we are in the third quarter?

 

He might want to ready his popcorn during halftime. 

Link to post
Share on other sites

So Brissett looked decent the first couple games.  That is somewhat typical when a new QB comes in unexpectedly.  He'll have a couple decent games, and then opposing teams shut him down once they get some game film to work with.  So let me ask you this.  In a situation like this, does it make sense to bring in a new QB every couple weeks and just cycle through QBs so that at least the opposing team doesn't know what to prepare for?  It is definitely not a good recipe for success, but what we are doing isn't working.

Link to post
Share on other sites

Mark you calendars guys and gals. This will probably be a trivia question later in the year. 

 

"When was the last time the Colts had a lead in a game?"

 

Two days before Halloween. 

Link to post
Share on other sites
Just now, BlueShoe said:

Mark you calendars guys and gals. This will probably be a trivia question later in the year. 

 

"When was the last time the Colts had a lead in a game?"

 

Two days before Halloween. 

So much for hanging onto that bandwagon. 

Link to post
Share on other sites
3 minutes ago, JCPatriot said:

So Brissett looked decent the first couple games.  That is somewhat typical when a new QB comes in unexpectedly.  He'll have a couple decent games, and then opposing teams shut him down once they get some game film to work with.  So let me ask you this.  In a situation like this, does it make sense to bring in a new QB every couple weeks and just cycle through QBs so that at least the opposing team doesn't know what to prepare for?  It is definitely not a good recipe for success, but what we are doing isn't working.

The key thing is what he does was the newness and such wears off

 

 The problem with changing the QB all the time is the chemistry

Link to post
Share on other sites
Guest
This topic is now closed to further replies.
  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.


  • Thread of the Week

  • Topics

  • Posts

    • There IS another possibility. Let’s say your scenario plays out just as suggested:  the Colts draft a LT who isn’t quite ready ( 2nd rounder ); Tevi opens the season as the starter; BUT, Tevi proves to be a turnstile. What to do? Big Q to the rescue. In a pinch, why not? You do it until your rookie is ready for the full time job and fill in at LG with one of the backups like Pinter. The opposition to moving Q to LT is far less convincing if Plan A has bombed. 
    • That is why he wants to leave, you are making it about something else.  You are the one out in left field here   The coaching situation is one small part of this, not the whole story by a long shot The coach they hired is black , it isn't about race
    • Well if you are going to use stats to make a point, yes it is important how they are measured. So now that you aren't using them I'm guessing my point on separation stat was true.   -My last post on the subject
    • I'm thinking the reason these Watson topics get locked is because the conversation starts veering into opinions about matters that are not relevant.  In this case, what Easterby is or isn't, and therefore by extension what HOU is or isn't by their employment of him.  Your opinion is determined by whatever lens you own, not proven facts.  Apparently, the locker room and NFL have a diverse set of lenses whereby some things are bigger deals to some players and not such a big deal to others.   It seems some support Watson holding out for a trade because their lens shows them that HOU is bad for the reasons of Easterby and McNair.    So they are supporting Watson holding out for a trade, but, its for different reason than Watson has expressed.   That's why I was wondering why irrelevant topics are being brought into a discussion about Watson and the reasons motivating a trade.  His reasons need to be understood because they would carry on to another owner.  Its not about the reasons we think he should want one, or the reasons why JJWatt thinks he should want one.    Watson's reasons are clearly about EB.  And if Watson is linking Bienemy to a violation of the Rooney Rule, the Rooney Rule has been around for about 15 years and the Texans have complied.  Its almost like he's taken a 3 minute look at the EB situation and expressed a public hot take conclusion without even knowing the Texans record of complying with the Rooney Rule.            
    • I agree what did most pundits say that we had the most complete roster in football last season.  Why, because Ballard built that through the draft for the most part and it hasn't put the team in salary cap hell like many other teams that don't even have the roster that we have so the credit goes to Ballard. 
  • Members

×
×
  • Create New...