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20 minutes ago, Ufansince65 said:

A key here is the tremendous opportunity that #6 pick still gives to the Colts. If Chubb or Nelson is not there, but the last of the four QB's is, you can extort multiple picks from Buffalo. It's Coltsmas!

Based on the recent FA signings I’m really hoping we get the opportunity to get Nelson. I agree with you and think we are in a great position to still get a premium player. I know Ballard and his group went to go look at Guice so maybe they think the gap between him and Barkley isn’t so drastic or they have some other prospects in mind. Lots of wholes to fill and this gives him some good ammunition plus a ton of roll over cap space to pursue something next year.

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