Johnson is good at tracking the ball that's for sure. Both of those long balls were underthrown and he made good adjustments (2nd one he got taken down by defender)
Pascal is definitely a good option. He's a keeper. That ball he snatched out of the air was impressive.
Campbell. Man, he is frustrating with all these injuries.
I agree about TY, seems like he might be on the backside of his career.
Regardless, WR and TE have to be positions that the team is looking at for draft/FA
I think the Broncos had him on their roster a regular salary rookie contract , it might have affected how the Colts had to pay him too. (Broncos and Colts pay, cap, dead cap, etc...)
Because coaches don''t want to use the players they think has the best chance of winning, thus securing their jobs. Got it.
Coaches see him against their players everyday. There is a thing called 'development'. And it doesn't require starting NFL games right away.
Since it's Indy, I'll give a race analogy to the NFL saying-
You cannot win the race in the first corner, but you can most certainly lose it.
It's hard for inexperienced QB's to win an NFL game, but very easy for them to lose it.
Those guys practice, study, and play hard. They want to win. While playoffs were still a possibility, the coaches and team (via reports) were in on JB leading them. Not sure how it goes from here, though.
I wonder how CK does in the off season, and passing that test, competes in training camp 2020.
GM's make decisions on what personnel to acquire/keep/cut. Coaches decide who is active, who plays, and at what position(s). And yes, they communicate with each other to try to work in unison rather than against each other as much as possible.