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37 minutes ago, stitches said:

Yah, a little bit. 

 

Do you like Dalton Schultz, TE from Stanford?

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2 minutes ago, NFLfan said:

 

Do you like Dalton Schultz, TE from Stanford?

I haven't watched him much. @NewColtsFan might be better source of info on him. 

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Josh Sweat is gone... damn... to Philly no less.  they can afford to draft a player with longevity concerns... their window for contention is right now! 

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1 minute ago, stitches said:

I haven't watched him much. @NewColtsFan might be better source of info on him. 

 

I like him. I just wanted your opinion of him since you do a lot of scouting. 

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You guys will have to catch me up. I been out mowing the grass so what did I miss with the Colts?

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2 minutes ago, crazycolt1 said:

You guys will have to catch me up. I been out mowing the grass so what did I miss with the Colts?

We got the fastest RB in the draft. Nyheim Hines. 

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2 minutes ago, stitches said:

I haven't watched him much. @NewColtsFan might be better source of info on him. 

 

Yes...   I like Schultz...   I comp him to our Jack Doyle...   he got recruited over....   Stanford has better than Schultz...   We have some likely Day 2 kids...    that's why we didn't do more..    Schultz would be a good pick now for any team...

 

But the Colts still need a corner and a WR.

 

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5 minutes ago, NewColtsFan said:

 

Yes...   I like Schultz...   I comp him to our Jack Doyle...   he got recruited over....   Stanford has better than Schultz...   We have some likely Day 2 kids...    that's why we didn't do more..    Schultz would be a good pick now for any team...

 

But the Colts still need a corner and a WR.

 

here's some info on him @NFLfan 

He seemed like a well-rounded TE to me, that does most things well, but not great at anything. Fits with the Doyle comparison @NewColtsFan gave, 

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36 minutes ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

I think it would be awesome if we took Griffin!

I just don't think he can be anything other than a special teams player so I wouldnt draft him.

Undrafted free agent? certainly

 

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Quenton Meeks, please!!! :) 

 

Tim Settle, Maurice Hurst, Tarvaris McFadden, some good names still on the board. 

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Just now, rock8591 said:

Pick traded to Raiders? For Khalil Mack?

 

I hope the Raiders are not trading ahead for Maurice Hurst or Tim Settle, I would not be thrilled. :( 

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When do teams begin to draft kickers/punters? This guy Micharl Dickson from Texas is supposed to be a top kicker.

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Just now, chad72 said:

 

I hope the Raiders are not trading ahead for Maurice Hurst or Tim Settle, I would not be thrilled. :( 

 

kiss of death

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1 minute ago, chad72 said:

 

I hope the Raiders are not trading ahead for Maurice Hurst or Tim Settle, I would not be thrilled. :( 

Ouch?

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3 minutes ago, chad72 said:

Quenton Meeks, please!!! :) 

 

Tim Settle, Maurice Hurst, Tarvaris McFadden, some good names still on the board. 

McFadden is the Florida State guy...right?

Tall....started 3 years....good competition....

 

He'd be good

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1 minute ago, MFT5 said:

 

kiss of death

 

I wasn't wishing for it. Now, I am :angry:

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Patriots have Luke Falk in their sights, I bet. 

Just now, MB-ColtsFan said:

What did we get for 140?  I missed it.

 

Raiders' 5th and 6th

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Griffin to Seattle.....with his twin..Outstanding

I'm glad we didn't take him...I dont think he can be an NFL starter

 

..but that's perfect for him

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1 minute ago, chad72 said:

Patriots have Luke Falk in their sights, I bet. 

 

Raiders' 5th and 6th

 

1 minute ago, stitches said:

159 and 185

Thanks.  I hope it's worth it.

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1 minute ago, MB-ColtsFan said:

 

Thanks.  I hope it's worth it.

 

35.5 for pick 140 - 27 for pick 159 and 17 for pick 185, so a gain of about 9 points. We still have 2 picks in round 5.

 

We did not have a pick in the 6th round and we got one now. Let us hope quantity becomes quality in terms of picks.

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5 minutes ago, oldunclemark said:

Griffin to Seattle.....with his twin..Outstanding

I'm glad we didn't take him...I dont think he can be an NFL starter

 

..but that's perfect for him

 

Bet he gets trained at strong safety...

 

...and gunner on kicks.

 

Has Kam Chancellor been given green light to begin rehab yet?

 

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Broncos probably take a flier on Luke Falk, he is a good QB, good enough to be drafted, IMO.

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1 minute ago, ColtsBlueFL said:

 

Bet he gets trained at strong safety...

Could be..He's got the speed..  and tackling wont be as important there...

I dont see how, at his size, he can be an NFL linebacker or edge rusher with his disability

 

But safety is a good thought ... CBF

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3 minutes ago, chad72 said:

Broncos probably take a flier on Luke Falk, he is a good QB, good enough to be drafted, IMO.

The problem is.....if they draft Falk...who do they cut?
........they've got Chad Kelly from last year's draft...and they say thet aren't going to cut Paxton Lynch after just 2 seasons.

 

But it may happen...Falks passing numbers are way over the top

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1 minute ago, oldunclemark said:

The problem is.....if they draft Falk...who do they cut?
........they've got Chad Kelly from last year's draft...and they say thet aren't going to cut Paxton Lynch after just 2 seasons.

 

But it may happen...Falks passing numbers are way over the top

 

Broncos have 2 picks in the 5th round, one could be OL and one could be QB, that is my guess, and a guess it is.

 

It is a matter of time before Paxton Lynch is cut, IMO. 

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13 minutes ago, oldunclemark said:

Could be..He's got the speed..  and tackling wont be as important there...

I dont see how, at his size, he can be an NFL linebacker or edge rusher with his disability

 

But safety is a good thought ... CBF

 

He's a good open field tackler, and could be SS, and used in Big Nickel.  Blitzer off the slot... gunner... plenty of opportunity for him. The next Safety Seahawks take will be more FS.

 

He has opportunities.  This is a guy that makes the most of opportunities.  I see him succeeding.

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1 minute ago, DraftMaster said:

So 10 picks for the draft?

If only half of those make an impact it's almost like nailing it in a regular 7 pick draft.  And...we didn't lose anything - we actually gained a 2019.  Great prospective draft by CB thus far, in my opinion.

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2 minutes ago, DraftMaster said:

So 10 picks for the draft?

 

Yes, at this moment.  And six are in the barn. Things can change though...

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Did NFLfan's punter just go to the Seahawks?

 

Gil Brandt had this guy as a 4th round talent.  HE just admitted it.  Talented punter he says.

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Best Available:

 

Equanimeous St. Brown WR

Tyrell Crosby OT

Holton Hill CB

Jamarco Jones OT

Tarvarus McFadden CB

Deon Cain WR

Obo Okoronkwo OLB

 

Let's Get Them!!!

 

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Just now, DraftMaster said:

Best Available:

 

Equanimeous St. Brown WR

Tyrell Crosby OT

Holton Hill CB

Jamarco Jones OT

Tarvarus McFadden CB

Deon Cain WR

Obo Okoronkwo OLB

 

Let's Get Them!!!

 

 

Has Mike White or Luke Falk been taken yet?  I'm hoping one drops to round 6 we just got, and use it on one of the two...

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Okoronkwo, Crosby, Hill, Meeks, St. Brown still on the board.

 

If Ballard is going to make a character concern guy, this is the time to jump on Hill IMO. 

 

Also... I would LOVE Crosby here. 

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