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@GregC @Robson2013 I think where we are disagreeing is that you are automatically assuming that because we have Trent Richardson we will now run the ball 60% of the time. There is absolutely no evidence to support that, and in fact the 2 games we've played this year suggest we will pass the ball more than we run. Sure, it's a small sample size. Trent will be a better RB than any RB we have had in a while. Opponents will have to focus on his ability, and Luck will exploit that. We get guaranteed talent right now for unknown talent in the draft. I can't wait to get a TRich jersey.
1 year, 1 month ago on BREAKING NEWS: Colts acquire RB Trent Richardson while simultaneously mortgaging future!!!
@GregC @Robson2013 You're right. In the 30 seconds after this trade was announced you were instantly able to analyze an entire decade's worth of implications on draft picks, trades, talent, salary caps and position needs for a professional football team. Didn't we have an elite running back when we won our only superbowl? I can't remember his name... was he a first round draft pick?
I disagree completely with your analysis, and I hate to see this impulse post on a blog I have loved for so long. The negativity you've been posing has only been increasing, and it's simply not enjoyable to read. You can do better. We now have the 1st and 3rd picks from 2012. It's exciting, it's fun, its football.
This is a fantastic post. Good work.
1 year, 10 months ago on Colts Monday Musings: Ugly Wins are Still Wins plus Quick Thoughts
That doesn't work, at least according to ESPN simulator. It'd have to be like this:
IF Patriots win tonight, with three games remaining:
Colts go 3-0
Pats go 1-2 (lose to SF and Jax)
Broncos go 2-1 (lose to Ravens)
Ravens go 2-1 (lose to Bengals)
Houston goes 1-2 (lose twice to Colts)
1 year, 10 months ago on Colts Notebook: BA and the Players Discuss their Win over the Titans
2 years ago on Colts Authority Week 5 Picks | October