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    • One read QB who holds the ball too long, locks on to receivers and is slow to make reads?    Don't we already have that guy? 
    • Ballard may very like Hurts, he is a high character guy, but I don't see the Colts taking him.  Unless they have a Taysom Hill role in mind for him, then they may use a late round pick, maybe. 
    • IMHO   NE and NO are prime candidates to take a QB like Love if he is still on the board   I don’t think he lasts until round 2   There are 101 ways that the Colts could go with their first 4 picks   I just hope we address some needs like 3T, OT, WR, QB   We need MUCH better play at QB and DT
    • Because none of what you said came from actual scouting. There’s no way you watched tape and came away with him having terrible accuracy. You won’t find that in any scouting report. And his receivers (all of which were new starters) fail to separate from press coverage. And he’s not a turnover machine.   https://www.espn.com/college-football/player/_/id/4036378/jordan-love   Look at his INT total all 3 years. 6 in 2017, 6 in 2018, and then 17 in 2019. You can’t tell me that that’s normal. You can’t tell me that after 2 years of taking care of the ball that he just magically became a bad decision maker. The guy tripled his INT total and you don’t want to blame coaching and talent? This guy is like a reverse Jalen Hurts. Put Love with Lincoln Riley and you’re talking about him being the 1st QB off the board.
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