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    • That 2018 year was so fun, man. Andrew's comeback year... started off 1-5... then Andrew TURNS. IT. ON... we rattle off 9 of 10 to finish the regular season!? SMOKED the Cowboys. DONUT. And they were the "hottest team in football" at that time having won like 6 or 7 in a row. Dispatched them. I can't remember exactly who, but I know 2 or 3 of those wins were against the "hottest team in football", all having been on streaks until we put them down and took that crown. Andrew Luck was G** mode during that stretch.   Open up wildcard weekend with the Texans, I'm a little worried... you know how those division rivalries go... I'm thinking it's gonna be close... we receive the ball, first or second pass of the game: TTTYYYYY HILTON DEEEP. EARLY. HIS HOUSE. March down 3 times in a row. Omfg I was hype! Get them outta here! We end up getting beat up by the Chiefs in the divisional but MAN I didn't care! THIS is how Andrew Luck looks after not playing 1.5 years!?   This is maybe only my third favorite season, but really I just wanted to relive and state this: this was the best, eye-test-wise, that I'd EVER seen Andrew Luck look! And we'd seen him look good prior! I mean I was in AWE at times... spinning out of DE sacks RIGHT on time without even looking... frequently. Looked like Wilson 2.0 in the pocket! Hitting that back step and letting it GO immediately. Within that stretch I would literally be able to call OUT the deep TY strikes each time. He and Frank were in such a groove that I'd literally call out to my friends WHEN we were gonna dial it up.. Me: "It's this play right here" *Luck drops back* *step 1* *2* *3* Me: "GOTTEM" *BOMB*. THIS all is what made the retirement sting even more to me... he had just played the best I'd ever seen him... showed me that we haven't even seen him peak... convinced me that we were SB favorites the next year, and then boom.   Thanks for allowing me to relive this.
    • If Raimann emerges quickly, I won't complain.  But I also won't complain if Pryor turns into a lockdown LT and we extend him.   But overall, I just want the best 5 on the field. And last season didn't seem like Fisher or R Kelly were in that group. Just can't let Ryan get clobbered like Wentz did. 
    • Every profile I've read on him talks about drops. He had drops reported in OTAs as well.  I've also watched several of his games. He's not a natural catcher. Especially away from the body.   I see your two links, and raise you RAS and a few other links. I've yet to find errors on RAS and the nflcombineresults.com site. The PFR site row of info looks iffy. It's void of several fields.    https://nflcombineresults.com/playerpage.php?i=30828 https://www.si.com/college/virginia/football/jelani-woods-stands-out-at-nfl-combine https://coltswire.usatoday.com/2022/04/20/indianapolis-colts-jelani-woods-workout-nfl-draft-2022/#:~:text=Woods came out of the,posted a 37.5-inch vertical. https://steelersdepot.com/2022/04/2022-nfl-draft-player-profiles-virginia-te-jelani-woods/  
    • Colts to host 16 open training camp practices Myles Simmons   With Carson Wentz out and Matt Ryan in at quarterback, there should be plenty of intrigue for Colts training camp this summer. Fortunately for Indianapolis fans, there will be plenty of opportunities to see the new quarterback in action. The Colts announced on Wednesday that they’ll host 16 open practices at the Grand Park Sports Campus in Westfield, Ind. The complex is located about 20 miles north of Indianapolis. Camp opens on Wednesday, July 27 and runs through Thursday, Aug. 18. Practices begin at noon, with the exception of a night practice on Saturday, July 30. “We are thrilled to be returning to Westfield and Grand Park for another summer of Colts Training Camp,” Colts vice chair and owner Kalen Jackson said in a statement. “After two years of living with strict health protocols, we’re so happy this year’s Training Camp will resemble camps of the past when it comes to fan activities and player interaction.” The Colts will host the Lions for a pair of practices on Wednesday, Aug. 17 and Thursday, Aug. 18 in advance of the preseason matchup between the two teams on Saturday, Aug. 20. While Indianapolis’ training camp is free to attend, fans have to obtain a ticket for the event on the team’s website.
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