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I hope Baker can use his extensive experience to create more havoc across the line

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2 minutes ago, lollygagger8 said:

Also me not seeing a new Strength and Conditioning coach: 

 

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Didn't we just hire a new one last year.... that said, I agree with you on that one

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Wide receiver coach, pass game specialist and offensive quality coach. 

It looks like they are going to try to fix the offense this year. 

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Q. Nelson should be our strength and conditioning coach.  Biggest guy on the team and is one of the most limber.  Do what he does.

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2 hours ago, lollygagger8 said:

Also me not seeing a new Strength and Conditioning coach: 

 

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You do know the one they have is an all time great right..... Well.... Ok, ok..... The S&c coaches BOSS is seen as a great....close enough

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2 hours ago, lollygagger8 said:

Also me not seeing a new Strength and Conditioning coach: 

 

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Richard Howell (the current S&C Coach) has been with the Colts since 2000. He's not going anywhere. 

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1 hour ago, LockeDown said:

Q. Nelson should be our strength and conditioning coach.  Biggest guy on the team and is one of the most limber.  Do what he does.

 

I think he also practices martial arts and has done so for quite some time.   It makes you pretty limber. 

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29 minutes ago, GwinnettColt said:

 

I think he also practices martial arts and has done so for quite some time.   It makes you pretty limber. 

That’s right he does.  The great Jack Lalanne preached strength and being limber. Some muscle bound  guys can’t touch their own shoulders.

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I'm trying to make sense of all the changes. I see Mike Groh is replacing Kevin Patullo as wide receivers coach because he was named the team's pass game specialist. Also, Tyler Boyles is replacing Parks Frazier as assistant to the head coach because he was promoted to offensive quality control coach. Brian Baker is replacing Mike Phair as defensive line coach because he left to take the same position for the Carolina Panthers. Did I miss anyone?

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4 hours ago, MTC said:

 

Richard Howell (the current S&C Coach) has been with the Colts since 2000. He's not going anywhere. 

 

Well maybe he should.

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On the O side of the ball, sounds like they focusing on the passing game.

 

Effort to improve JB?

Wrap around support model for a new rookie QB?

An extra babysitter for Chad Kelly?

A replacement for Hoyer's mentoring and game planning assistance?

 

I was hoping for new team doctors too lol.

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1 hour ago, EastStreet said:

On the O side of the ball, sounds like they focusing on the passing game.

 

Effort to improve JB?

Wrap around support model for a new rookie QB?

 

Seems like a BIG effort just to improve the passing game for JB..... I’ll go with the bolded :applause:

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17 minutes ago, adubb84 said:

Seems like a BIG effort just to improve the passing game for JB..... I’ll go with the bolded :applause:

me too. also could mean they are parting ways with "mentor"/backup Hoyer.

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14 hours ago, MTC said:

 

Richard Howell (the current S&C Coach) has been with the Colts since 2000. He's not going anywhere. 

 

Maybe that's the position that should be changed? 

 

I know every team has injuries, and the fan base of that team complains that they are always injured, but it really does feel like the Colts lead some sort of injury category annually. 

 

 

14 hours ago, GwinnettColt said:

 

I think he also practices martial arts and has done so for quite some time.   It makes you pretty limber. 

 

Just when I didn't think Big Q was scary enough 

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