Jump to content
Indianapolis Colts
Indianapolis Colts Fan Forum

Recommended Posts

It's very early, I usually don't start until after the Super Bowl concludes, therefore I haven't done a lot of scouting yet but we can roll with it.

 

Re-Signings:

Mark Glowinski, 3 years, 18m

Adam Vinatieri, 1 year 3m

Margus Hunt 1 year, 4m

Pierre Desir 2 years, 12m

Mike Mitchell 1 year, 2m

Najee Goode 1 year, 1m

Dontrelle Inman 1 year, 3m

Clayton Geathers 1 year, 3m

Jihad Ward 1 year, 1m

Luke Rhodes 1 year, 1m

Chester Rogers 1 year, 2m

Zach Pascal 1 year 2m

Matthias Farley 1 year, 2m

 

Free Agency: 

Tyrell Williams WR, 3 years 27m

Jermon Bushrod OL, 1 year 3m

Trey Flowers DE, 3 years 40m

Bryce Callahan CB, 2 years 16m

 

Draft: 

R1, No. 26: DeAndre Baker CB, Georgia

R2, No. 34: Christian Wilkins DL, Clemson

R2, No. 59: Marquise Brown WR, Oklahoma

R3, No. 90: Austin Bryant DL, Clemson

R4, No. 123: Vosean Joseph LB, Florida

R4, No. 129 (Comp): Bryce Love RB, Stanford

R5, No. 154: Mitch Hyatt OT, Clemson

R6, No. 187: Michael Jackson CB, Miami

R7, No. 218: Chuma Edoga OL, USC

 

  • Like 3
Link to post
Share on other sites

If you’re drafting DeAndre Baker then I don’t think you need Bryce Callaghan. Especially if Desir returns as well. I think the chances of Trey Flowers hitting the open market are very slim. Elite pass rushers don’t hit the market very often.

 

Also don’t think you need to bring back Chester Rogers or Zach Pascal if you’re bringing back Inman, signing Williams and then drafting Brown. Remember we also have Deon Cain coming back as well. 

 

I doubt Bushrod accepts that contract and I don’t think he’d take a backup job to Glowinski.

 

I like it for the most part. I haven’t done a whole lot of scouting for the draft yet so I can’t really comment on the picks yet.

  • Like 1
Link to post
Share on other sites
8 hours ago, UKColt13 said:

If you’re drafting DeAndre Baker then I don’t think you need Bryce Callaghan. Especially if Desir returns as well. I think the chances of Trey Flowers hitting the open market are very slim. Elite pass rushers don’t hit the market very often.

 

Also don’t think you need to bring back Chester Rogers or Zach Pascal if you’re bringing back Inman, signing Williams and then drafting Brown. Remember we also have Deon Cain coming back as well. 

 

I agree with you on Flowers. Can never have enough CBs imo

 

I brought back Pascal and Rogers to create depth at the WR spot and get some competition going

I'm a big fan of Cain but he's unproven

Link to post
Share on other sites
On 1/16/2019 at 1:34 AM, tvturner said:

It's very early, I usually don't start until after the Super Bowl concludes, therefore I haven't done a lot of scouting yet but we can roll with it.

 

Re-Signings:

Mark Glowinski, 3 years, 18m

Adam Vinatieri, 1 year 3m

Margus Hunt 1 year, 4m

Pierre Desir 2 years, 12m

Mike Mitchell 1 year, 2m

Najee Goode 1 year, 1m

Dontrelle Inman 1 year, 3m

Clayton Geathers 1 year, 3m

Jihad Ward 1 year, 1m

Luke Rhodes 1 year, 1m

Chester Rogers 1 year, 2m

Zach Pascal 1 year 2m

Matthias Farley 1 year, 2m

 

Free Agency: 

Tyrell Williams WR, 3 years 27m

Jermon Bushrod OL, 1 year 3m

Trey Flowers DE, 3 years 40m

Bryce Callahan CB, 2 years 16m

 

Draft: 

R1, No. 26: DeAndre Baker CB, Georgia

R2, No. 34: Christian Wilkins DL, Clemson

R2, No. 59: Marquise Brown WR, Oklahoma

R3, No. 90: Austin Bryant DL, Clemson

R4, No. 123: Vosean Joseph LB, Florida

R4, No. 129 (Comp): Bryce Love RB, Stanford

R5, No. 154: Mitch Hyatt OT, Clemson

R6, No. 187: Michael Jackson CB, Miami

R7, No. 218: Chuma Edoga OL, USC

 

 

I like Tyrell Williams and would like to get him at that price, but I think that is where the  bidding starts and he likely end up with more.

 

Would also like Trey Flowers if he hits the market, but he will likely cost a lot more than your estimate ... Spotrac has his FA market value at 5yrs /~ $76.8 million.

  • Like 2
Link to post
Share on other sites

This will go for any mock this year, but im not a fan of taking a CB early in the draft. With the way our scheme is setup it is designed to be "cheaper" for CB's since it is so zone heavy that we aren't relying on a corner back  that is a physical freak, therefor they are easier too come by. If we want to help our secondary, picks and money spent on the d-line for pass rushers will help more than a top CB.

Link to post
Share on other sites
On 1/16/2019 at 12:34 AM, tvturner said:

It's very early, I usually don't start until after the Super Bowl concludes, therefore I haven't done a lot of scouting yet but we can roll with it.

 

Re-Signings:

Mark Glowinski, 3 years, 18m

Adam Vinatieri, 1 year 3m

Margus Hunt 1 year, 4m

Pierre Desir 2 years, 12m

Mike Mitchell 1 year, 2m

Najee Goode 1 year, 1m

Dontrelle Inman 1 year, 3m

Clayton Geathers 1 year, 3m

Jihad Ward 1 year, 1m

Luke Rhodes 1 year, 1m

Chester Rogers 1 year, 2m

Zach Pascal 1 year 2m

Matthias Farley 1 year, 2m

 

Free Agency: 

Tyrell Williams WR, 3 years 27m

Jermon Bushrod OL, 1 year 3m

Trey Flowers DE, 3 years 40m

Bryce Callahan CB, 2 years 16m

 

Draft: 

R1, No. 26: DeAndre Baker CB, Georgia

R2, No. 34: Christian Wilkins DL, Clemson

R2, No. 59: Marquise Brown WR, Oklahoma

R3, No. 90: Austin Bryant DL, Clemson

R4, No. 123: Vosean Joseph LB, Florida

R4, No. 129 (Comp): Bryce Love RB, Stanford

R5, No. 154: Mitch Hyatt OT, Clemson

R6, No. 187: Michael Jackson CB, Miami

R7, No. 218: Chuma Edoga OL, USC

 

Oh man does that look good on paper. Getting flowers in FA then Wilkins in the draft, yea sign me up for that. Drafting brown is just icing on the cake. Kid knows how to get open. Throw in Austin Bryant who’s very underrated due to Clemson’s Dline talent. Yep I like it.

  • Like 1
Link to post
Share on other sites
2 hours ago, twfish said:

This will go for any mock this year, but im not a fan of taking a CB early in the draft. With the way our scheme is setup it is designed to be "cheaper" for CB's since it is so zone heavy that we aren't relying on a corner back  that is a physical freak, therefor they are easier too come by. If we want to help our secondary, picks and money spent on the d-line for pass rushers will help more than a top CB.

 

That's not necessarily true. The last time the Colts ran a close variation of this defense they had 1st and 2nd round corners (Jackson and Hayden) playing in their defense. Quincy Wilson's physical attributes is exactly what they Colts are looking for, especially when they want to run Cover-3 Quarters, which has man coverage responsibilities. No, you don't grab zone corners if you're drafting in the top 15-20, but the end of the first and especially the second is where the top end zone corners are typically drafted. 

Link to post
Share on other sites
Just now, BleedBlu8792 said:

 

That's not necessarily true. The last time the Colts ran a close variation of this defense they had 1st and 2nd round corners (Jackson and Hayden) playing in their defense. Quincy Wilson's physical attributes is exactly what they Colts are looking for, especially when they want to run Cover-3 Quarters, which has man coverage responsibilities. No, you don't grab zone corners if you're drafting in the top 15-20, but the end of the first and especially the second is where the top end zone corners are typically drafted. 

If it is truly BPA then whatever, also if there is a strong need for one which i dont believe there is. Quincy was brought in before we made the switch. FWIW I am all in on being a heavy cover 3 team, we have the safety to do it and I personally am not a huge fan of heavy tampa defense. A pass rusher or even possibly a WR is more important in my eyes than running a cover 3.

  • Like 1
Link to post
Share on other sites
On 1/16/2019 at 1:34 AM, tvturner said:

It's very early, I usually don't start until after the Super Bowl concludes, therefore I haven't done a lot of scouting yet but we can roll with it.

 

Re-Signings:

Mark Glowinski, 3 years, 18m

Adam Vinatieri, 1 year 3m

Margus Hunt 1 year, 4m

Pierre Desir 2 years, 12m

Mike Mitchell 1 year, 2m

Najee Goode 1 year, 1m

Dontrelle Inman 1 year, 3m

Clayton Geathers 1 year, 3m

Jihad Ward 1 year, 1m

Luke Rhodes 1 year, 1m

Chester Rogers 1 year, 2m

Zach Pascal 1 year 2m

Matthias Farley 1 year, 2m

 

Free Agency: 

Tyrell Williams WR, 3 years 27m

Jermon Bushrod OL, 1 year 3m

Trey Flowers DE, 3 years 40m

Bryce Callahan CB, 2 years 16m

 

Draft: 

R1, No. 26: DeAndre Baker CB, Georgia

R2, No. 34: Christian Wilkins DL, Clemson

R2, No. 59: Marquise Brown WR, Oklahoma

R3, No. 90: Austin Bryant DL, Clemson

R4, No. 123: Vosean Joseph LB, Florida

R4, No. 129 (Comp): Bryce Love RB, Stanford

R5, No. 154: Mitch Hyatt OT, Clemson

R6, No. 187: Michael Jackson CB, Miami

R7, No. 218: Chuma Edoga OL, USC

 

Solid.

  • Like 1
Link to post
Share on other sites
20 hours ago, twfish said:

A pass rusher or even possibly a WR is more important in my eyes than running a cover 3.

I wouldn't sleep on both Clemson DL

Marquise Brown is just about TY Hilton 2.0

 

But I understand where you're coming from

Link to post
Share on other sites
51 minutes ago, tvturner said:

I wouldn't sleep on both Clemson DL

Marquise Brown is just about TY Hilton 2.0

 

But I understand where you're coming from

Oh, I'm not sleeping on any Clemson D-line man. There is about a 0% chance Wilkins falls into the second. I have serious doubts he falls down to us in the first

  • Like 1
Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.

  • Thread of the Week

  • Topics

  • Posts

    • That sounds good.    I would be fine with 6-8 pm and 9-11 pm ET with a 5 minute window for picks, so 16 picks should be done in 120 minutes. It would be like the real draft starting Day 3, where they get only 5 minutes between picks.     Would you have time around the beginning of April to help moderate this along with me? If it is a small window of time, it is a smaller time commitment on my front and yours, so I like this idea.   I can ask @NFLfan @csmopar and @danlhart87 again if they would be willing to make themselves available for those small windows of time thus giving us plenty of options. Let us bring this thread back up then.
    • First of all, I'd say bad fit for us. He's a 3-4 DE. In our system he'd be a tweener, or maybe even a 3T.  Great against the run, average vs the pass. Very solid 3 down guy overall in a 3-4.   IMO, even if he was a fit, we don't need run D help, and he'd be too expensive. Overall just not the benefit and value we need.    
    • Here's what we did on another board a few years ago. Worked out pretty good. 1 Round per evening 2 windows each night... picks 1-16, and then 17-32 (I think it was 7p-8p and 9-10, but could have been 8-9 and 10-11). That way, guys new pretty much when they needed to be there, and only needed to pay attention for roughly an hour per day. Really not even that long. Also gave the mods some time between windows to tidy up. 3 minute clock hence the "flash" term. If you miss a pick, you drop 5 spots (basically giving them an extra 15 minutes). If they missed it a second time, they get bumped to the end of the round and have up to an hour before the next days round starts. If they miss that, they get best player based on their primary needs.  We had 3 threads going at once, and 3 moderators. One thread for the pick announcements and general comments, one with a constantly updated order and big board, and one to manage trades. The big board management was great in terms of keeping it going and checking off who is gone. We also published team needs, but I can't remember if we tracked it except for using it when folks missed their window. Only trades allowed are pick for pick(s) so very little approval needed. No picks for existing players (We did the mock post FA fury, I think we started about 2 weeks prior to the draft).
    • I didn't say he could be as good as Leonard. I said pretty clearly that if Leonard was 95/100 That I think Oke's ceiling is about 86-90.    By in which I also added that any team would be alright that that level of play. I think you are misunderstanding. Because we both seem to agree that Oke will more than likely be a pretty darn good player. 
  • Members

    • Indyfan4life

      Indyfan4life 818

      Senior Member
      Joined:
      Last active:
    • Dogg63

      Dogg63 2,030

      Senior Member
      Joined:
      Last active:
    • Dunk

      Dunk 41

      New Member
      Joined:
      Last active:
    • IndyD4U

      IndyD4U 714

      Senior Member
      Joined:
      Last active:
    • Fisticuffs111

      Fisticuffs111 1,988

      Senior Member
      Joined:
      Last active:
    • joecolts

      joecolts 83

      New Member
      Joined:
      Last active:
    • JlynRN

      JlynRN 289

      Senior Member
      Joined:
      Last active:
    • Flash7

      Flash7 1,107

      Senior Member
      Joined:
      Last active:
    • danlhart87

      danlhart87 7,379

      Senior Member
      Joined:
      Last active:
    • DynaMike

      DynaMike 33

      New Member
      Joined:
      Last active:
×
×
  • Create New...