I'm glad Pryor is getting some love. I've been paying particular attention in him during these games and in pass blocking anyway, he's playing better than Smith did. He can plant himself quickly to handle a power move, yet nimble enough to follow a speed rusher. He has that knack of swallowing up a rusher. Based on his sampling size, which is small, I think he's earned the right to start. If he keeps this up, maybe try Smith at LT.
FWIW, it looks like Fangio and Flores may both be out soon and looking for DC gigs. I don't remember much about Fangio's time w/ the Colts, but I actually like Flores (not sure any coach could do much w/ Miami's roster).
"And while those stats are impressive, here are some even better numbers: 42, 51, 52, 76 and 83.
It would be great if those were the correct lottery numbers, but they’re actually the number of chunk-play yards the Colts have gained in the past two games."
Wentz with the coaching decisions have just opened up the running game for JT.
Really need to have a drastic improvement in certain areas especially defensively if we are to make the playoffs. The lack of any type of disruption in the passing game (low on pressure metrics and opponents passing completion %) is not sustainable when playing good competition. Thats why IMO it is kind of pointless to look at how other teams are doing now.
We are going to have to beat a few playoff level teams in order to get into the playoffs. It is always the case regardless of schedule strength.
This may be unjustified, but from my perspective, I am skeptical that the coaching staff and/or front office that oversees them will make or hold responsible for any changes which could potentially improve these issues