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It’s time for us to give our group a nickname, it’s exciting to have a rotation that can bring the heat! This is exciting times like the days of Freeney and Mathis!

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I think you have to be outstanding in some facet and I don't see that.  Solid but not nickname worthy....yet! 

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40 minutes ago, Imgrandojji said:

Stampede

Love it!

Unleash the “Speed Stampede”

Holder, Wells and Doyle get paid to be creative, maybe they can coin the Name. Secondary could be “The No Fly Zone”

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10 minutes ago, cbear said:

I think you have to be outstanding in some facet and I don't see that.  Solid but not nickname worthy....yet! 

I agree with this.

We are ranked 14th in yards per game and 21st in points.    Not nickname worthy yet.    

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The four horsemen. Now wheres Ric Flair

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2 hours ago, TrueBlue4ever said:

Love it!

Unleash the “Speed Stampede”

Holder, Wells and Doyle get paid to be creative, maybe they can coin the Name. Secondary could be “The No Fly Zone”

Oooh how about.......Stampede Blue! :woah:

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6 hours ago, coltsva said:

How about "Too Soon?"

"Legion of too soon"?  And get frank to chomp on some hubba-bubba on the sideline......

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Just "Sack Pack" is OK.

It was the nickname for the old Colts 'sack squad'.

But it is far too pretentious to give them a nickname yet.

 

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On 9/17/2019 at 3:38 PM, MPStack said:

I now expect zero sacks, the next three weeks. :facepalm:

Nostradamus, is that you?

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3 minutes ago, coltsva said:

Nostradamus, is that you?

 

Well, it was kinda of a joke, but I didn’t jump on the Turay bandwagon that folks were on a couple weeks back. I think he is a bit of a one trick pony. As for Houston :dunno:

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