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My favorite Colt and my fave player was and remains Dwight Freeney.

 

So I thought this clip was pretty dang cool. Joe Thomas is one of the best LTs I have seen. I'd put him up there w the likes of Munoz, Ogden, Pace and Walter Jones in terms of the best I have seen in my lifetime (caveat- I'm 38 so I haven't seen some of the old school Tackles play first hand).

 

In retirement, Thomas has provided some nice analysis and commentary and this vid is his discussion on Freeney.

 

For those Freeney fans, it is a nice watch.

 

 

 

 

 

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47 minutes ago, TomDiggs said:

My favorite Colt and my fave player was and remains Dwight Freeney.

 

So I thought this clip was pretty dang cool. Joe Thomas is one of the best LTs I have seen. I'd put him up there w the likes of Munoz, Ogden, Pace and Walter Jones in terms of the best I have seen in my lifetime (caveat- I'm 38 so I haven't seen some of the old school Tackles play first hand).

 

In retirement, Thomas has provided some nice analysis and commentary and this vid is his discussion on Freeney.

 

For those Freeney fans, it is a nice watch.

 

 

 

 

 

Have you heard Matt Light talk about him?  It is pretty cool too.  Such respect.  And from a Pats player no less!

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That was so good.  I love the comment he had to willie mcginnist that all he needed was one play a game to be the best ever and that freeze frame watching the getoff by both freeney and mathis was ridiculous.  

 

Thanks for posting this.

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51 minutes ago, Fluke_33 said:

That was so good.  I love the comment he had to willie mcginnist that all he needed was one play a game to be the best ever and that freeze frame watching the getoff by both freeney and mathis was ridiculous.  

 

Thanks for posting this.

 

My pleasure. Glad you enjoyed. And I don't think I have heard Matt Light talk about him. I will definitely need to try to find that. :-)

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6 minutes ago, TomDiggs said:

 

My pleasure. Glad you enjoyed. And I don't think I have heard Matt Light talk about him. I will definitely need to try to find that. :-)

Light is on the local radio where i am all the time so it may be there that i heard him say it but ill see if i can find it.   It's good stuff.

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5 hours ago, TomDiggs said:

My favorite Colt and my fave player was and remains Dwight Freeney.

 

So I thought this clip was pretty dang cool. Joe Thomas is one of the best LTs I have seen. I'd put him up there w the likes of Munoz, Ogden, Pace and Walter Jones in terms of the best I have seen in my lifetime (caveat- I'm 38 so I haven't seen some of the old school Tackles play first hand).

 

In retirement, Thomas has provided some nice analysis and commentary and this vid is his discussion on Freeney.

 

For those Freeney fans, it is a nice watch.

 

 

 

 

 

 

I agree with you, Freeney is/was my favorite Colt player.  I watched him while he was at Syracuse, and that first step he had was great.  He was so much faster at getting off the snap than the other players in college.

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Thanks for the video. When I recently did my list of top 5 greatest Colts players of all-time, Freeney cracked it. I had:

1. Peyton Manning 

2. Johnny Unitas 

3. Marvin Harrison 

4. Reggie Wayne

5. Dwight Freeney, yeah he was 5.

 

I still believe today had we had him healthy in 2009 we would've won the SB. That would've made a huge difference against Brees.

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6 minutes ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

Thanks for the video. When I recently did my list of top 5 greatest Colts players of all-time, Freeney cracked it. I had:

1. Peyton Manning 

2. Johnny Unitas 

3. Marvin Harrison 

4. Reggie Wayne

5. Dwight Freeney, yeah he was 5.

Mine is 1. Manning

2.harrison

3.james

4.wayne

5.freeney

6.mathis

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15 minutes ago, Stephen said:

Mine is 1. Manning

2.harrison

3.james

4.wayne

5.freeney

6.mathis

Yeah I did Baltimore/Indy, hence Unitas being #2. I liked the Edge but we won the SB without him. Edge is in my top 10. Players like Dickerson and Faulk are Hall of Famer's but weren't with our franchise a long time is why they didn't make my top 5. I loved Dickerson. Without Bob Sanders we probably do not win the SB in 2006 and he also won DPOY in 2007, he is in my top 10 too. Freeney is no doubt top 5. 

 

Freeney was Gino Marchetti on steroids lmao . His speed was unreal.

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