There is always an example that will support either sticking with JB as a smart idea, as well as an example of moving on from JB, as a smart idea. Fans tend to use whatever example supports which choice they personally want. Folks tend to cite the current situation with the Steelers as evidence that moving on is a good idea, yet ignore how moving on has served the Browns. There is no one answer fits all.
In this, I bow to the braintrust of Reich/Ballard. Frank was a very astute QB, knows what the position takes, and I feel he has a good pulse of what Jacoby brings to the table, both on the field and off, as well as preparation, meetings, practices and so on. I have seen Jacoby look like the guy that could become the long term QB for the Colts, and I have seen him look like a QB that has too low of a ceiling. How much of that is circumstance, is the proof in the pudding.
That said, I believe that the upcoming draft and FA opportunities for the Colts are really important, but every year is really important. I don't think this offseason "defines" Ballard's legacy any more than every year does. They're all extremely important.
We need playmakers.
i thought Pittsburgh was crazy to give a 1st for Minkah.
i was mistaken.
our depth is much better than past seasons. If a game-changing talent is there... take him. Otherwise, because of our top of 2nd pick, we can gather picks. We could also move up if we want. Im gonna trust in Ballard and not stress about it.
i heard that orangutan Has already met with Jim and Chris to discuss the upcoming draft.