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  I enjoyed this. Arch looks like he’s got some potential. Maybe this thread belongs elsewhere but I’ve said it before, bloodline does matter both in the nature and nurture sense. That may be a reason Chad Kelly is still on the team.

 

 

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39 minutes ago, coltsfeva said:

  I enjoyed this. Arch looks like he’s got some potential. Maybe this thread belongs elsewhere but I’ve said it before, bloodline does matter both in the nature and nurture sense. That may be a reason Chad Kelly is still on the team.

 

 

Trade up for tua.  He only needs to last 6 years.  Then draft Arch until Marshall enters the draft.  

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On 2/8/2020 at 9:21 AM, coltsfeva said:

  I enjoyed this. Arch looks like he’s got some potential. Maybe this thread belongs elsewhere but I’ve said it before, bloodline does matter both in the nature and nurture sense. That may be a reason Chad Kelly is still on the team.

 

 

Looks like down the road, we haven't seen the last of those Manning boys in the NFL.  

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