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Man, he must be real bad, meaning "can't grasp basic stuff of playbook bad or problem with authority bad" to be given up on so easily. I think it is the latter with him violating the Covid protocols on top of his play being bad.

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5 minutes ago, chad72 said:

 

 

Man, he must be real bad, meaning "can't grasp basic stuff of playbook bad or problem with authority bad" to be given up on so easily. I think it is the latter with him violating the Covid protocols on top of his play being bad.

He has been awful since he was drafted

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I hope Ballard doesn’t consider kicking the tires on this guy.  Getting cut in the season takes a lot.  He was a first round QB and on a cheap contract.  He hasn’t been good and obviously puts his own enjoyment above his job.  A lot of people were counting on him and he has been a huge disappointment 

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1 hour ago, w87r said:

Seems to be a week to late.

 

 

Cant believe they had him start after his Covid violating strip club incident in the first place.


The maskless stripper party seems like more of a convenient and timely excuse.  He was released because he isn’t very good.

 

I doubt the Chiefs or Bills would release Mahomes or Allen if they were photographed partying without a mask.

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1 hour ago, AwesomeAustin said:

I hope Ballard doesn’t consider kicking the tires on this guy.  Getting cut in the season takes a lot.  He was a first round QB and on a cheap contract.  He hasn’t been good and obviously puts his own enjoyment above his job.  A lot of people were counting on him and he has been a huge disappointment 

I would be shocked if the Colts even so much as make inquiries into Haskins.

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1 hour ago, The Fish said:

When guys like him go in the second round, you know that even though these teams say they're being as serious and analytical about drafting QB's- no they're not. They're throwing darts at least half of the time. 

 

He was the 15th pick in the first round 2019. What a bust!

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16 minutes ago, danlhart87 said:

Fields is the next bust too

 

There is a good chance the Jets trade out of that pick with a new GM and head coach, IMO. Jags get Lawrence and Fields will drop out of Top 5, IMO. He might even drop out of Top 10 to Detroit Lions.

 

Trey Lance and Zach Wilson might be considered ahead of Justin Fields, IMO, and should be.

 

Shocker of the draft - 49ers get their QB at No.12 ahead of the Patriots and Colts give up late 1st rounder for Jimmy G to 49ers with a future 2nd or 3rd from the 49ers based on incentives met (if Jimmy G does not play 12 games for us, we get a future 2nd and if he does, we get only a future 3rd). :peek:

 

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14 minutes ago, chad72 said:

 

There is a good chance the Jets trade out of that pick with a new GM and head coach, IMO. Jags get Lawrence and Fields will drop out of Top 5, IMO. He might even drop out of Top 10 to Detroit Lions.

 

Trey Lance and Zach Wilson might be considered ahead of Justin Fields, IMO, and should be.

 

Shocker of the draft - 49ers get their QB at No.12 ahead of the Patriots and Colts give up late 1st rounder for Jimmy G to 49ers with a future 2nd or 3rd from the 49ers based on incentives met (if Jimmy G does not play 12 games for us, we get a future 2nd and if he does, we get only a future 3rd). :peek:

 

I would much rather trade our late 1st rounder for Stafford so the Lions can trade up to 2 or 3 to get a QB.  

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6 hours ago, chad72 said:

 

There is a good chance the Jets trade out of that pick with a new GM and head coach, IMO. Jags get Lawrence and Fields will drop out of Top 5, IMO. He might even drop out of Top 10 to Detroit Lions.

 

Trey Lance and Zach Wilson might be considered ahead of Justin Fields, IMO, and should be.

 

Shocker of the draft - 49ers get their QB at No.12 ahead of the Patriots and Colts give up late 1st rounder for Jimmy G to 49ers with a future 2nd or 3rd from the 49ers based on incentives met (if Jimmy G does not play 12 games for us, we get a future 2nd and if he does, we get only a future 3rd). :peek:

 

I want no part of Jimmy G

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On 12/28/2020 at 3:05 PM, Blueblood23 said:

I hope the Colts pass on all future Ohio State players.

I don't think you should generalize players.  

Chase Young, candidate for DROY, Nick and Joey Bosa, and WR Michael Thomas are all from Ohio State. look at what they've accomplished. 

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Meant to say defensive rookie of year instead of offensive
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1 hour ago, teganslaw said:

I don't think you should generalize players.  

Chase Young, candidate for DROY, Nick and Joey Bosa, and WR Michael Thomas are all from Ohio State. look at what they've accomplished. 

The Ohio State players the Colts have drafted for the past 20-30 years have been underwhelming to say it kindly. I again hope they take a hard pass on them. It just hasn’t worked out for the Colts.

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On 12/28/2020 at 12:47 PM, chad72 said:

 

 

Man, he must be real bad, meaning "can't grasp basic stuff of playbook bad or problem with authority bad" to be given up on so easily. I think it is the latter with him violating the Covid protocols on top of his play being bad.

Seems like a maturity issue.  Hopefully he takes this to heart and turns things around

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On 12/28/2020 at 1:58 PM, Chloe6124 said:

He is just immature. They probably would of worked with him if he was willing to get better and was coachable.

Bullseye. He is thinking he has it made only to find he has nothing. Young bucks come in to the NFL thinking teams will bend to keep them are the same types that blow all the money they made and wind up broke with no job skills.

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On 12/28/2020 at 12:47 PM, chad72 said:

Now he has all that money to go to the strip club 

 

Man, he must be real bad, meaning "can't grasp basic stuff of playbook bad or problem with authority bad" to be given up on so easily. I think it is the latter with him violating the Covid protocols on top of his play being bad.

 

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On 12/28/2020 at 11:58 AM, w87r said:

Seems to be a week to late.

 

 

Cant believe they had him start after his Covid violating strip club incident in the first place.

I did agree at 1st about letting him play after strip club incident. I actually think they let him play to fail. He needed to have a lights put game, which we all doubted he would have. He had crap game and it was easy to then cut him. Kind of like prove us wrong, which he didnt do.

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7 minutes ago, Moosejawcolt said:

I did agree at 1st about letting him play after strip club incident. I actually think they let him play to fail. He needed to have a lights put game, which we all doubted he would have. He had crap game and it was easy to then cut him. Kind of like prove us wrong, which he didnt do.

While I can definitely see that side of argument.

 

 

It was just to big of a game to play those kind of games, imo. But overall I agree with your sentiment.

 

I guess they still have a win and in against a team that probably doesn't have much to play for other than getting a worse draft pick. Although I don't think Hurts is to worried about that.

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4 minutes ago, w87r said:

While I can definitely see that side of argument.

 

 

It was just to big of a game to play those kind of games, imo. But overall I agree with your sentiment.

 

I guess they still have a win and in against a team that probably doesn't have much to play for other than getting a worse draft pick. Although I don't think Hurts is to worried about that.

Not a Hurts fan. Great kid but  I was not impressed with him coming out of college. I am hoping he plays well then Philly more apt to trade Wentz. Lol

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1 minute ago, Moosejawcolt said:

Not a Hurts fan. Great kid but  I was not impressed with him coming out of college. I am hoping he plays well then Philly more apt to trade Wentz. Lol

As long as it isn't to us, they can do what they want with him

 

 

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1 minute ago, Moosejawcolt said:

I think Wentz can bounce back

If we bring him in, I will get behind him......pause, but I just don't like entertaining it as of right now. I would like to go down a lot of other paths.

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