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How many interceptions will rivers throw

How many interceptions will rivers throw?  

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  1. 1. How many interceptions will rivers throw?

    • 20 or more
      1
    • 15 to 20
      21
    • 10 to 15
      82
    • Under 10
      20
    • Over 9000
      9


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It depends upon how much separation the receivers get, which is dependent, in part, on how much of a threat any of our ball carriers or receivers are in the first place.

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I say between 10-15, but over 30 TDs, so I'm good with that.  I expect our Defense to force more turnovers to offset the INT, too.

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Our current offense is based around a lot of short passes with the occasional deep ball, so I think his numbers in this category fall this season, so I'd venture to say anywhere from 10 to 15, but it certainly could be less or more depending on how the season plays out

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In the 3 years Reich and Siranni worked with him, 13, 18 and 11 INTs were his tallies.

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I guess 12 picks but they are negated because I have Nelson tackling them and recovering 12 fumbles. 

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2 hours ago, Superman said:

I think we all know what I picked... 

Only because there wasn't a 10,000 category. 

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I’ll guess 8.

 

With this O-line he should have more time and less pressure.

 

38 TDS, 8 INTS.

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Enough to make the usual complainers do their thing.

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3 hours ago, Shadow_Creek said:

As long as he wins us games does it really matter???:rock:

Im gonna say 36TD's to 12-14 picks.

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7 hours ago, Superman said:

I think we all know what I picked... 

I guess I'm not included in the we, and since it doesn't show,   enlighten me. In the mean time the rest of you can talk amongst yourselves

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6 hours ago, IinD said:

Enough to make the usual complainers do their thing.

That would be a grand total of 1 INT 

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I'll revise my pick and say as many as it takes to get 10 wins.

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I think he'll end up with around a 3:1 ratio, comparable to 2018. 

He hasn't had an OL as good as ours in a very long time. He's older, and we need either health and/or upgrades at WR, but I like his chances. Betting the chip on his shoulder is plenty enough. 

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I would say in the 18-20 range.. As long as the Colts are getting W’s it doesn’t matter.

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19 hours ago, WifiGuy said:

I guess I'm not included in the we, and since it doesn't show,   enlighten me. In the mean time the rest of you can talk amongst yourselves

 

It's an open poll.

 

And thanks for the permission to use this message board for group discussion. Not sure what we would have done without you.

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51 minutes ago, Superman said:

It's an open poll.

If that means there a way to see what others voted, can someone please explain how?

 

Thanks!

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37 minutes ago, Dogg63 said:

If that means there a way to see what others voted, can someone please explain how?

 

Thanks!

 

Next to each option, there's the number of people who voted. Click on that number.

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9 minutes ago, Superman said:

 

Next to each option, there's the number of people who voted. Click on that number.

Thanks - doesn't do anything for me in Chrome on either of my computers (Windows, Mac).

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2 minutes ago, Dogg63 said:

Thanks - doesn't do anything for me in Chrome on either of my computers (Windows, Mac).

 

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Maybe it's a moderator function? If so, my bad. 

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On 3/20/2020 at 9:30 PM, bravo4460 said:

I would say in the 18-20 range.. As long as the Colts are getting W’s it doesn’t matter.

Except it is hard to get many W's when you are chucking up that many picks.  Turnovers and penalties kill ya.  

 

Interesting fact, of the 20 interceptions that Rivers tossed last season 9 occurred in the fourth quarter.  

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17 hours ago, colts52761 said:

He threw to his rb every other pass last year. So shouldn't be too many.

LOL  He did that last year and still threw 20.

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