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Just now, holeymoley99 said:

I'd have listed Gilmore but didnt quite like how he exited. 

agreed, for how he is playing, wish we got more. oddly enough, if he was on this defense we'd probably be an even higher seed. 

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9 hours ago, AKB said:

@NFLfan what about you ? 

 

Favorite Colts player or non-Colts player who is also not a Viking player?

 

I have to think. :thinking: There are many opposing players that I like, but a favorite???  Philip Rivers, JJ Watt and Andrew Luck were some of my favorites. They are all retired. 

 

Okay, active players? Deebo Samuel, Eric Kendricks (no longer a Viking), Patrick Surtain, and there will always be a place for Teddy Bridgewater in my list of favorites. McCaffrey too. I love Stanford Cardinal players.

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Not my fav player but I always try to see what he is doing when the Titans play...is Nick Westbrook-Ikhine because he is married to my good friend's cousin!  He played at I.U.

But I was one of those that wanted Will Levis here so I kind of follow him.  He is a wild man! lol

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9 hours ago, AKB said:

@NFLfan what about you ? 

what do you mean wrong category? 

 

its related to colts fans . therefore colts related. duh

 

4 hours ago, craigerb said:

What part of "non-colt" don't you understand?

I think everyone understands the description differently.

 

This whole forum is for Colts fans. I don't think categories are separated based on whether a topic is related to Colts fans or not.

 

Categories are differentiated based on whether the topic is Colts related or not.

 

The topic definition of "NFL General" says

 

If it's NFL and it's NOT COLTS, it goes here

 

As this topic is about NFL and "Non-Colts Players", it has to be in NFL General, by definition. 

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