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Agree completely regarding Grigson's 2014 draft. 2013 was terrible, but 2014 is the perfect kind of draft for this team. Don't agree that we should have traded a first round pick, but I like what he ended up doing with the picks he had. Sure I would like to see more superstars, but in reality we can't afford them going forward. Luck's, Allen's, and TY's second contract are all going to hit within a two year span and it's going to start costing us big time. That's okay because those are the stars and their quality of play is going to continue to push us to the back of each round. We need the Mewhorts and Newsomes to build good teams. They provide low-risk quality that hopefully won't break the bank when their second contracts come due (and even if they do I don't really feel bad about letting them skate after utilizing their talents for 4 years).
2 months, 3 weeks ago on Conversation @ http://coltsauthority.com/2014-articles/eyes-in-the-backfield-colts-40-giants-24.html
The offsides was on Werner. They called Walden's number, but he wasn't in the game (91 was on the left side). I only remember this mundane fact because I was screaming at Werner through the TV that he was lined up in the neutral zone.
4 months, 1 week ago on Conversation @ http://coltsauthority.com/2014-articles/week-3-report-card-colts-at-jaguars.html
Jim Sorgi is Bob's radio partner? I'm an out of town fan and haven't had the chance to listen in a few years (and all of the highlight calls are always of Bob screaming his head off... I love that guy). Is he any good?
1 year, 3 months ago on Hitchhiker's Guide to Colts at Texans, NFL Week 9
I got BW3 ads on every frame that occluded the text that was below. Had to click through them all.
1 year, 4 months ago on All-22: Defense, Week 1.
I'm more worried about the defense. This is what Irsay wanted and he got his beloved 3-4 defense full of slow, slow, slow players who got fooled inside and burned outside every time. Not once did I see them contain Pryor from going around the outside on an actual scramble or zone read. None of the lineman or linebackers could catch up to him and he tossed Landry around like a rag doll. I hate this defense. I always had my issues with Dungy's defense, but it had more to do with the all of the money being spent on the offense and him not having the personnel to run it to perfection (a price I was glad to pay for Peyton and co.), but at least they WERE fast. The entire front seven just looked sluggish (except for Mathis, but he was always chasing from the backside).
1 year, 4 months ago on Monday Morning Moaner: Colts vs Raiders
After going over the Week 16 part of the scenario I did get a little nervous. The least likely result on there was KC over Indy. All of the other games could easily occur as listed. Week 17 is more of the same "except" for KC over Denver. So even if everything falls into place, Peyton could keep us in the playoffs with a win next week.
2 years, 1 month ago on The Indianapolis Colts Path to the Playoffs: Who to Root For, Week 16
My best case scenario: We get the first pick trade it to Miami for their first pick and second pick. They take Luck. We take Blackmon or Jeffery with the 2nd/3rd pick. In the second round we select a CB or SS and then use the pick from Miami to take Robert Griffin. Top flight WR, solid CB and upside/project QB for the future.
3 years, 3 months ago on What Does it Take to Get the #1 Pick?
My favorite Bob memory was him blowing up some Steelers running back in the backfield during some regular season game. I just have more of a feeling of the memory than any actual details. I think he might have been out for a few games and came back to become the difference maker in that one, I don't know. I just remember how it felt to see him streak behind the line and destroy the ballcarrier. That's the Bob and the feeling of watching him that I'll always remember. Hate the Chargers, but it's not that big of a deal to me because that's not the Bob I remember there.
3 years, 6 months ago on Remember to Love Football