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But you make up for it with great "intangibles". For instance, I've noticed that you almost never misuse the "caps" key.

1 day, 1 hour ago on

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At least we have a nice first round draft pick to address either our need at center or safety... oh, wait, we used that already to get Adrian Peterson, er, Trent Richardson. (I mean who can tell them apart.)

Thank goodness we signed all those fullbacks.

1 day, 6 hours ago on

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Call me a foolish dreamer ("Doug, you're a foolish dreamer") but I really believe that Werner is going to make the Tony Dungy second season leap.

Now about the interior of the O-line... damn, I think I've lost my magic lamp.

1 day, 6 hours ago on

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Well, I heard the real reason that the Colts signed Nicks is because he was a wishbone QB in high school. And now these fullbacks... coincedence, I think not.

5 days, 6 hours ago on

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It may not be easy, but it sure will make for good viewing every week.  Has training camp started yet?

1 week, 1 day ago on

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I'm curious why two teams in desperate need of O-line help, would let him go. Why did the Bears, who should know him best, not even give him a chance to recover from his injury? Also, I guess the Dolphins needed immediate help and if Louis wasn't healthy, they couldn't wait on him. But why did they sign him in the first place?

1 week, 2 days ago on

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I pray the Texans take anybody but Clowney. JJ Watt is already BY FAR the best defensive player in the league and if you added Clowney how would you have a chance to block them?

This is my worst nightmare that the Colts would have to face those guys twice a year for the next decade. I could play QB for the Texans and with that kind of dominate D-Line, they'd still be a playoff team.

1 week, 2 days ago on

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Thanks for this Kyle. Nicks is just a total mystery to me as to what the Colts are going to get.  This post really helps establish some realistic expectations.

1 week, 6 days ago on

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@Payton  Could not agree more. (In situations like this, I just hope the people who do this for a living know something we don't.)

3 weeks ago on

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Obviously Grigson and Pagano wanted Jackson, so they must see something in him.  But this was  a real head scratcher for me. Although I have not studied hours of film on him, it still seems obvious that he excelled in a 4-3 scheme, but for the last two years in a 3-4... not so much.

3 weeks ago on

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I like it.

I would also like to see a graph listing the percentages of "standing around doing nothing" plays by each lineman. Thus Satele can finally have a visual representation where he has the longest bar and CA can send him off helping him feel a little bit better about himself.

3 weeks, 1 day ago on

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Mind you I have nothing against Whalen and would not mind at all if he made the team. It is just a feeling I have that this current Colts regime values raw athleticism more than intangibles.

3 weeks, 1 day ago on

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Kudos for using Peter Warrick as a weird type verb that is perfectly accurate in the image it conjures up.

With Nicks and hopefully Reggie back, I don't think Whalen survives.  While he may be skilled enough as a receiver, I figure the Colts will go with more athletic types as back up receivers that can contrribute more dynamically on special teams.

3 weeks, 2 days ago on

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I say we inform the Browns that we "just" discovered that Richardson failed his physical last year and we need our first round pick back. (Damn doctor had a family emergency and is just getting the results back to us.)

3 weeks, 2 days ago on

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Well, I can post again.

COLTS AUTHORITY RED ALERT. DOUG ENGLAND IS BACK!  i THOUGHT WE'D GOTTEN RID OF THAT GUY. GO BACK TO THE OLD SYSTEM IMMEDIATELY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

3 weeks, 5 days ago on

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