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also note very funny episode of the Pat Mcafee Show from Indystar.com with Sergio Brown on it this week. http://www.indystar.com/videos/sports/nfl/colts/2013/12/09/3938905/
1 day, 22 hours ago on Colts Notebook: A Special Teams Ace and Other Bright Spots
@Payton @BrianKlass @MarcusDugan Bob Lamey said he noticed Reggie Wayne practicing catching balls one handed with his right hand, so he asked him "Why are you doing that. Aren't you right handed?" He said he played baseball in high school and could catch just about anything with the left one handed, he wanted some practice catching stuff one handed with the right. That kind of dedication and practice is why Reg will be in Canton in the hall of fame and DHB will be in Maryland coaching High school football.
1 week, 3 days ago on Colts come up with the Win 22-14 over Tennessee
@MarcusDugan Sergio Brown catches better with a cast on his hand *with a smiley face on it* than DHB does with his god given hands. Also did anyone else notice Mario "Destroyer of Buffets" Harvey in at Fullback? That was interesting to watch.
Totally should have used a picture of David Reed taking a knee. Oh wait, you say there isn't a picture of that because he insisted on running it out of the end zone every time? I'm not going to miss him...unless this Rainey kid sucks more. yeesh!
2 weeks, 1 day ago on Colts Cut David Reed, Justice Cunningham, Elevate Josh McNary, & Place Delano Howell on IR
Seemed like every game Peyton's first drive was a 3 and out. I'm sure this wasn't the game plan (thank you Coby Fleener) but it did seem to give him a chance to see what the defense was showing and make his own little mental adjustments to it.
Also, I don't think Donald "upgraded to 5-7 yard" Brown would be a great starter. You need a bulk mass of muscle as first down back when they have the box loaded to push for the hard yards. Then Donnie comes in and knocks it out of the park with his elusiveness and speed. I also think he looks like a Goddamn genius compared to TRich because he is a veteran. He knows when to juke and when to just run at the hole as fast as you can. He definitely is a keeper as the third back behind Vick Ballard and TRich. Kinda like the Giants did when they had Bradshaw, Jacobs, and Ward.
3 weeks, 6 days ago on Colts Beat the Titans 30-27 with Another Second Half Surge
Anymore it seems, games where we just utterly dominate the opposition, are almost boring. Don't get me wrong, the first half of the texans game had the expletives flowing like wine at a wedding, but a close game, where we end up winning in the end, makes me happy. Mayhaps the Rams will provide an adequate, but not insurmountable challenge. A solid pass rush, with a mediocre offense makes for a low scoring, but do able game.
The Colts WILL NEED to get on the same page on offense early. The first half offense almost seemed like a jaguars game, but the second was like we weren't even playing the same sport it was so good.
Also keeping with tradition, I didn't start TY Hilton and he had a blowout game. You're welcome. Luckily, I also started Andre Johnson in an attempt to block his numbers, so that worked out pretty well for me.
1 month ago on Colts Notebook Week 10: St. Louis Rams
@mrpenney The players get fined for playing too reckless or trying to injure another player. The referees need to be fined for officiating terrible. That would put an end to some of their stupid calls and home field prejudices.
1 month, 1 week ago on Week 9 Report Card: Colts at Texans
@naptown_ninja @GregC @dav I've had to listen to the game at work rather than watch it at home, and it will continue this sunday night as well, but I think Sorgi does an okay job. He kind of gets excited and talks really fast because he wants to say everything he knows about playing qb in the 15 to 30 seconds Lamey gives him to talk. He does a good job, and is great for "this is what we used to do when I was a colt." It just cracks me up that he trips over his own words trying to get it all out. When he does TV interviews it's totally calm, cool, and collected.
Also, I remember Casey Kasem. His daughter Kerri Kasem is smoking hot.
This article was very funny too.
1 month, 1 week ago on Hitchhiker's Guide to Colts at Texans, NFL Week 9
@matt_has @MarcusDugan the more I hear Irsay say anything, the more I'm certain he's on coke.
He good news though. I'm taking one for the team and benching T.Y. Hilton this game so I can lose but he will have a tremendous game. You're welcome!
1 month, 3 weeks ago on Colts vs Broncos Notebook
@MarcusDugan I'm assuming you picked the picture where it looks like Freeman is potato sacking Wilson on purpose? (Potato sacking because Freeman doesn't teabag people.)
2 months ago on Colts Notebook: Pocket Passers Pose New Challenge for Jerrell Freeman & the Defense
This guy named studebaker better be built like a car or I will be upset with the irony gods.
I've been tweeting like a madman. (though nothing like Irsay does) I don't want to be accused of having a boring Twitter account. Not that I know anyone that would call someone out on that *cough* @marcusdugan *cough*
2 months ago on Colts Notebook: Roster Updates, Odds and Ends from Bethea, Freeman, & Pagano
Hey we know you bailed our asses out by blocking the field goal in the game and have been playing remarkably well, but we going to have to let you go. Sorry for any inconvience.
2 months ago on Colts Activate WR LaVon Brazill, Waive Defensive End Lawrence Guy
If you're struggling in fantasy football and want to know who to pick, pick opposite of who I start. Guarantee your player will score like I don't know say 26 points. That might or might not be exactly how many points the benched T.Y. Hilton scored today. -face. palm.-
You're welcome Colts fans. I'm the reason T.Y. had such a big game. (Some of it might be due to talent.)
Fantasy Football aside that was an exciting game to watch. They started off slowly but then they had that huddle up on the sidelines and it seemed to get everyone on the same page. I think Pepper is starting to get that lame ass shit in college don't work with the NFL all the time.
Fingers crossed and optimistically going into San Diego.
Screw that Marcus Dugan tool, follow @theklassifieds on twitter.
2 months, 1 week ago on The Colts Win a Wild One over the Seahawks, 34-28
I was so happy to see the colts put the hammer down and not just coast. They have a tendency of playing just good enough to beat whoever is in front of them. I think they should have went to the dummy-o squad a little sooner to avoid injuring someone important but it appeared to work out all right. Hopefully Bjoern and Havili aren't banged up too bad.
2 months, 1 week ago on The Colts Steamroll the Jaguars 37-3
@MarcusDugan @thellamajockey Once he get's better at wrapping up sacks on quarterbacks (in his defense, he's had to catch some really evasive qbs), then you will be looking at the Bjoern Supremacy.
2 months, 2 weeks ago on Surprise! The Colts Throttle San Francisco, 27-7
The Niners should change their nickname to the Noners. I told @MarcusDugan that I was so not looking forward to this game that I was making cookies during the first half. The cookies turned out much like the game: surprisingly good.
Did any of you see T Riches schedule this week? Find out you got traded Tuesday, fly in at 6 am, pass a physical at 7 am, in the classroom learning blitzing pickups at 8 am on Wednesday. I think he will get better as he learns the playbook. He also said he has never been this tired before a game.
I think T Rich with Bradshaw makes an incredible 1-2 punch much like Bradshaw had with Jacobs. Too bad we don't have the offensive linemen that he had with the Giants.
I think this Hitchhiker's Guide should be labeled "Don't Panic"
2 months, 3 weeks ago on Hitchhiker's Guide to Colts at 49ers, NFL Week 3
The Grigster is quoted as saying T Rich has "suddenness" on his list of running back abilities. Sure he mentions all the other running back cool catchphrases like "downhill running" and "hard nosed" but suddenness people!! Who else has that?
This is kinda how I feel on the matter: Next year the colts were going to lose Donald "two yard" Brown and possibly Ahmad "No cool nickname yet" Bradshaw to contracts. So they were going to have to address the running back issue anyways. Why not get a proven first round draft pick with "suddenness" rather than roll the dice on a second or third round RB?
That being said, I wouldn't have minded a lower draft pick for a Tight End? Maybe a linebacker.
2 months, 3 weeks ago on The Trent Richardson Trade: A Closer Look
I think the Colts will bounce back from this game and play better on both sides of the ball for the Niners. It really makes you blender though, can they play competitively with this ridiculous offensive play calling?
2 months, 3 weeks ago on Colts Fall Short Against Miami, 24-20
This game was like watching your parents kissing. It's uncomfortable to watch and you don't know what to say after you've seen it. That being said there were some highlights. DHB playing like a first round draft pick. We ran the ball effectively a couple times. Defensively however had me yelling at the tv. I hope Dwayne Allen didn't re-injure his ankle. I definitely hope they get a good look at Miami and the wildcat. The wildcat may be old news, but it's still a pretty effective way of confusing a defense just like the read option is. The next five games look like they will be hard fought, run orientated games, all with me yelling "stop him!' at the TV. Luckily, after this five game series of teams that run effectively either with a QB or RB comes that Peyton Manning guy. I heard he's pretty all right as well.
3 months ago on Recap: Colts Edge Raiders at Home, 21-17