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My final prediction is 3,901 yards, 30 TD's, 13 INT's, 65% completions. To add to that I say Mack goes for 1108 Yards rushing, 8 TD's and Taylor goes for 803 yards rushing, 6 TD's. We should have around 6000 yards of offense when said and done. Last year 6000 total yards would've had us in the top 8 yards wise. 

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8 minutes ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

My final prediction is 3,901 yards, 30 TD's, 13 INT's, 65% completions. To add to that I say Mack goes for 1108 Yards rushing, 8 TD's and Taylor goes for 803 yards rushing, 6 TD's. We should have around 6000 yards of offense when said and done. Last year 6000 total yards would've had us in the top 8 yards wise. 

 

Mines similar, 3900 - 28-30 TDs, 12-15 (max) INTs, 65% comp.  Really am digging your Mack and Taylor stats, that would be amazing.  

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3 minutes ago, csmopar said:

63 TDs, 5329 yards, 87% completion rate, 2 INTs.  And that's just the first game

 

Nice, I would be more than fine with 85,000+ yards, 1008 TDs and an 87% completion rate.  I'll take on even 3,000 yards rushing with 10 TDs!

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1 minute ago, Malakai432 said:

 

Mines similar, 3900 - 28-30 TDs, 12-15 (max) INTs, 65% comp.  Really am digging your Mack and Taylor stats, that would be amazing.  

Yeah I think Taylor will get quite of bit of carries and Mack may not play all 16 games due to being dinged up at times. So I think both will get most the carries. Mack will still lead the team in rushing though IMO.

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23 minutes ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

My final prediction is 3,901 yards, 30 TD's, 13 INT's, 65% completions. To add to that I say Mack goes for 1108 Yards rushing, 8 TD's and Taylor goes for 803 yards rushing, 6 TD's. We should have around 6000 yards of offense when said and done. Last year 6000 total yards would've had us in the top 8 yards wise. 

we could control a lot of time of possession which would be fantastic with those stats 

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2 hours ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

My final prediction is 3,901 yards, 30 TD's, 13 INT's, 65% completions. To add to that I say Mack goes for 1108 Yards rushing, 8 TD's and Taylor goes for 803 yards rushing, 6 TD's. We should have around 6000 yards of offense when said and done. Last year 6000 total yards would've had us in the top 8 yards wise. 


I’d say that’s pretty realistic. I might bump up JT’s production just a tad to 950 yards and 8 TDs. 

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Rivers played well.  He was efficient, distributed the ball well to a large number of different receivers, got the youngsters into the game well... a bit of trouble finishing drives but that's to be expected when you have a young WR unit and your star RB gets hurt.

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Hopefully it'll end with whatever he did today. I thought he would be good for this team, but I was wrong. All he had to do was not give it away, but that is exactly what he did! I hope Jacoby starts next week.

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On 9/11/2020 at 5:30 PM, exboltnowcolt said:

over 4k in yards and 29td's to 7int's

7 ints haha righttt  he will have that by week 4

3 minutes ago, Steve70 said:

Lets extrapolate.

16 TD

32 INT

Accurate.

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To be honest, I’m not concerned with his yardage and TD stats.  My biggest focus will by completion % and INT.  

Colts didn’t bring him on to throw 40 times for 400 yds a game.  They brought him to make the plays Jacoby couldn’t.  
 

If he finishes the year with a high completion %, low INT, and winning record, that is successful to me.  

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2 hours ago, SpanosSucks said:

To be honest, I’m not concerned with his yardage and TD stats.  My biggest focus will by completion % and INT.  

Colts didn’t bring him on to throw 40 times for 400 yds a game.  They brought him to make the plays Jacoby couldn’t.  
 

If he finishes the year with a high completion %, low INT, and winning record, that is successful to me.  

:agree:

           Ballard has acquired the talent on this team it is not necessary for the QB to carry the team.

           I think Rivers leadership will pay off. 

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11 hours ago, danlhart87 said:

He's on pace for 4200 yards 19 td 12 int

 

My predictions are very close 

 

He's throwing a lot more than I expected but his completion percentage is much better than I thought 

The inability to get a ground game they desired hasn’t helped Rivers out at all. Why the rushing offensive from this oline has been so abysmal is baffling to me from everything I’ve read here. I expected To see game stat lines with Rivers throwing for 180-250/game and the rushing to have 40/200 game type stats. Right now, it appears the team leans heavily on Rivers ability and way less on the run game because the oline can’t create holes for any of the RB’s. Having Q and Castonzo and Kelly to the left side, you would think they would have success there, that’s a ton of draft capital and cash over there. If that run game were able to open up a bit better, Rivers wouldn’t need to throw for 400/game. Currently, it sounds like he has to in order for the Colts to win. Would Mack have made that rushing difference this year? Idk. The run game hasn’t seemed as nasty and as effective as when we had the last oline coach, who they oddly parted way with. That’s still an odd mystery of why that happened. 

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