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1 minute ago, Smoke317 said:

Practicing and training with the Goat has to do wonders for your confidence. We’ll probably help get the kid a job like we did for the kicker that went to Philly a few years ago.  I can’t remember his name. He helped me win a fantasy football league that year. 

How many years did Vinny sign for?  At some point we have to try to stash a kicker on the practice squad the year before he hangs it up.

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Just now, MB-ColtsFan said:

How many years did Vinny sign for?  At some point we have to try to stash a kicker on the practice squad the year before he hangs it up.

That could work. But somebody will steal em if they look too good. 

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Wilkins running style reminds me a bit of Lamont Warren... He has a little grace to him for a big man. 

 

 

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Hines is not having a good day on special teams...

 

Hopefully it is just a bad day....

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2 minutes ago, BlueShoe said:

Wilkins running style reminds me a bit of Lamont Warren... He has a little grace to him for a big man. 

 

 

Lamont Warren. That name is a blast from the past. 

Then Walker throws a strike to make me look bad. :headspin:

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Just now, Calmack said:

Hines is having a horrible game. 

 

It is very disappointing...

 

He has been the talk of camp. 

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8 minutes ago, MB-ColtsFan said:

How many years did Vinny sign for?  At some point we have to try to stash a kicker on the practice squad the year before he hangs it up.

Sanchez was a good place kicker at Hawaii 

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1 minute ago, BlackPanther said:

Williams looks alright.

 

I think he tore up the preseason last year too. 

Just now, HOF19 said:

Some third teamers trying pretty hard to show they belong.

 

It is a nice change of culture. 

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3 minutes ago, John Hammonds said:

That sound you hear is Hines tumbling down the RB depth chart...

Hines’ mistakes are coming on special teams. I don’t think he’ll drop too far on the RB depth charts.  He’ll have till next game to prove these were just game 1 jitters. 

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1 minute ago, HOF19 said:

Some third teamers trying pretty hard to show they belong.

 

Guys like Daniels probably need to do considering who they're battling for roster spots.

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4 minutes ago, BlueShoe said:

 

It is very disappointing...

 

He has been the talk of camp. 

It's 1 game, for all we know he can take one to the house next game.

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3 minutes ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

TD Colts! Sweet play. Spider Y Banana. Walker made that look easy. 19-10 Colts.

 

Don't ever throw the Venus on a Spider Y Banana! :D 

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AV sounds genuinely enthusiastic. Frank Reich has really brought a great change to the team. 

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3 minutes ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

It's 1 game, for all we know he can take one to the house next game.

 

I said as much in an earlier post....

 

Nevertheless, it is very disappointing.

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Having such a hard time creating pressure on the passer, i have no idea why we don't give Ridgeway more of a chance. He's been our best pressure creator the last couple years. I know it's third stringers now, but even last year on per snap basis Ridgeway was effective rushing the passer. 

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4 minutes ago, BlueShoe said:

 

I said as much in an earlier post....

 

Nevertheless, it is very disappointing.

I’m not writing the kid off yet but when you keep using mid round picks to find RBs then chances are good you get your fair share of disappointments. You get what you pay for most of the time.  That said...I’m still holding out hope for him. I really want him to succeed here. 

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I like Wilkins.

 

He is giving off an Arian Foster type of vibe. 

 

It is still very early in his career and it can go either way, BUT I like what I see in him tonight. 

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1 minute ago, Coltsman1788 said:

I’m not writing the kid off yet but when you use mid round picks on RBs chances are good you get your fair share of disappointments. You get what you pay for most of the time.  That said...I’m still holding out hope for him. I really want him to succeed here. 

 

Absolutely. One game does not make a career. I have seen hall of famers have some very bad days in their first NFL game. 

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Just now, Smoke317 said:

That was ugly. 

 

There was no reason...

 

That is the type of play that could send camp fodder home early. 

 

And as I typed this he was disqualified. Deserving so. Get him out of the game and give him a head start to his next career. 

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6 minutes ago, Coltsman1788 said:

I’m not writing the kid off yet but when you keep using mid round picks to find RBs then chances are good you get your fair share of disappointments. You get what you pay for most of the time.  That said...I’m still holding out hope for him. I really want him to succeed here. 

 

Has he been bad running the ball or just on the punt returns?

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