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"Also, the safety was a bad call and mostly, terrible luck (no pun intended)."
I wasn't able to watch the game (out of market fan) so I'm not sure what was bad here, the play call or the ref's call?
4 months ago on Conversation @ http://coltsauthority.com/2014-articles/week-8-report-card-colts-at-steelers.html
I will admit that I originally wanted to keep Manning and have Luck learn under him. But now that we've seen Andrew Luck's ability, it would have been wasted years. Say Luck was under Peyton for 3 years. Would the experience gained be worth losing 3 years of game-experience? No chance. Now if we could hire Peyton when he retires as an offensive/QB consultant, I'd be down with that.
1 year, 1 month ago on Myers: Polian wanted Luck to play under Manning
1 year, 2 months ago on Christmas Comes Early for Indy: Colts 23, Chiefs 7
1 year, 2 months ago on How the Colts Shut Down J.J. Watt (Hint: double teams)
1 year, 2 months ago on The Difference a Good Route Makes
As much as I love Andrew Luck, I'm glad that even he isn't beyond criticism at times. He's still young, and a lot of his mistakes are in fact excusable, but he's a better player than he's been in recent weeks, even with the porous line and poor receivers. Good write-up!
1 year, 2 months ago on A Colts Authority Christmas Wishlist, Part 1
Think they are wanting to redshirt Khaled Holmes? I joke...
1 year, 2 months ago on Colts Authority’s Rookie Watch – Week 13
@Kyle Rodriguez How in the world did he know that hole would appear? Incredible.
1 year, 2 months ago on GIFtastic: Colts sweep Titans
@Payton His vision is just unreal right now. I don't know how teachable that is, but if Trent could see the same thing we'd have a nice backfield.
Would it be possible to get a view from behind on the last gif? I would like to see the hole Brown got through, because from this angle it literally looks to me like he just passed through the line like a ghost.
@MarcusDugan @chip_bennet Wells writes ridiculous stuff just to get page-hits. So frustrating. Pagano said Richardson handled it awesome. Not said "Oh awesome!", but handled it well, probably with a good attitude. Can't stand his articles. He pushed me to this site though, for which I'm thankful.
1 year, 2 months ago on Colts Notebook: Defense to the Rescue
@chip_bennett Are you talking about Brad Wells?
The worst part of our offense is that on plays where Luck has time to throw, he holds the ball forever because our receivers can't get any separation. He's getting visibly frustrated out there and I don't blame him. Looked like he gave Fleener a mouth-full after he didn't even turn to look at the pass on 3rd down.
1 year, 2 months ago on Week 13 Report Card: Colts vs Titans
@MarcusDugan @glwilliams4 Hey, if tiny unimportant mistakes are required for you to write great articles, I'm cool with it. You do a great job. I spend quite a bit of time over on StampedeBlue, and their articles pale in comparison to the ones over here. You guys kill it.
1 year, 3 months ago on Colts Sign Free Agent RB/KR Chris Rainey
Chris Rainey played at Florida, not Florida State. Not that it matters, just thought I'd mention it.
@naptown_ninja I always thought the problem with Brown was the way we used him, not his talent. We're finally using him for what he is: a fast, change of pace back.
As far as Richardson, I still have high hopes. When he's in, he just doesn't get the creases. In my less-than-trained football opinion, the reason Brown is doing better than Richardson is because he's smaller and quicker, and out line stinks, so any holes are quite small and close quickly. If the line ever gets to the point where they can hold a solid block, I really feel Richardson will come alive.
1 year, 3 months ago on Colts Beat the Titans 30-27 with Another Second Half Surge
@bradicus18 This is the truest comment in regards to DB that I have ever seen. Watching him, I think he's a great back. Not elite, but better than average. To be honest, I would love if we kept him and Ballard and finally upgraded our line. Those two backs will never demand to much money, but I think they have a lot of value. Our line has been the problem for years. Not our running backs.
2 years, 2 months ago on Donald Brown: A Legacy Maligned
@lovetennis @glwilliams4 You're way to defensive. My post in no way had anything to do with Nadal, but you took it as if I was talking about Nadal. My post simply had to do with Federer definitely was sick, and in no way discussed my opinion on Nadal. You're Nadal bias automatically made you defensive.
Seriously, read my post again. I never referenced nor mentioned Nadal, I was talking about Federer. You're making yourself look like a moron.
2 years, 7 months ago on
TENNIS.com - News Headlines - Nadal won't start competing until knee is ready
Read what he wrote, and watch Federer play. Ne NEVER sweats. Except the Australian Open when he was recovering from mono. He wasn't sweating for physical play (he never does), he was sweating because the tolls of mono drained him of energy. I assume you've never had mono. If you did you would understand that the way he played not only at that tournament but also for the following 6 months fully attested to him recovering from mono.