Both QBs have looked good in different ways. Herbert has been efficient and methodical moving the ball. Love showed his arm talent and pocket presence to navigate collapsing pocket and make a throw downfield off-platform but his receiver didn't even look for the ball(Mims).
Patricia has been bad so far too.
I totally agree. Ballard is 22-28 as a GM. Granted he has had a lame duck coach and a QB that retired. Well, that’s the way it has fell and not his fault but most certainly his responsibility to correct. If the Colts aren’t sniffing the playoffs in 2yrs there will be a major call for change. Sometimes it just doesn’t work out for a player or GM with loads of potential. If they never fulfill the expectations then it may be time to move one regardless of what they faced. I hope Ballard will get us back on track bc he sure seems right for the job.
Over a certain level of income they do.
Here's a pic taken from a 2017 article featuring at the top, the subject of the OP, Phillip Rivers-
But I thought was just 39.6% then, not 41.95. But the recent tax reform has moved the highest top rate down to 37% on Federal. It's still 13.3% state tax in California though. And they can't be deducted on federal returns.