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I understand the move since RJF is going to be back to full strength, but Pagano said the entire roster is fluid? Don't believe David Reed has been fluid whatsoever.
1 year, 1 month ago on Colts Activate WR LaVon Brazill, Waive Defensive End Lawrence Guy
Is it safe to say that Walden and Toler have been the two most disappointing players for this Colts D so far this season? Toler did have the INT against OAK, but nothing memorable after that. Always seeing Walden chasing the ball carrier from behind most of the time.
1 year, 2 months ago on All-22: Defense, Week 3 vs 49ers.
@GregC @Jayjaybe Were we all frozen in carbonite for a week or something?
@MarcusDugan Would have been 24-24 with the Colts kicking a Game Winning FG there at the end. Huge mistake from the Zebras.
1 year, 2 months ago on Colts Fall Short Against Miami, 24-20
Delone Carter was actually cut by the Ravens so he could be an option as well.
1 year, 2 months ago on Ballard out with torn ACL - trade winds blowing?
Gabbert has already been ruled out for Sunday's game. Henne getting the start. So expect a little better QB play from JAC in week 2.
1 year, 2 months ago on AFC South State of the Division - Week 1
I got the ads as well. Great breakdown of these plays by the way. Freeman's first name is spelled with two R's, Jerrell, instead of one though. Colts D have a lot of kinks to fix, but this was the first time that this unit has faced the read option, so there were going to be some struggles. However, Walden is most known for being burned by Kaepernick, so you'd figured he would have been more aware of what was coming, but like you pointed out, his awareness just isn't that high.
1 year, 2 months ago on All-22: Defense, Week 1.
Love reading an article after a huge Colts win about how the defense played extremely well. Hopefully in the next couple of years, we can have a dominant defense to go along with Luck and the offense. Great job Marcus.
1 year, 12 months ago on Colts Win! 20-13 Over the Bills, Move to 7-4
@bradicus18 That is true about bad teams making bad decisions. Happens every draft and will continue to happen throughout time. I'm hoping the Colts will be picking from 21st-24th (means Colts made the playoffs) but it is still a very long season. After one week of play, I want the Colts to draft a CB in the first round. Then the next week, I want them to get an OL. There are still many holes on the team, so as long as they don't pick QB, P, K, RB in the first round, I'll be happy (hopefully).
2 years ago on Colts Monday Musings: I love it when a plan comes together | October
@bradicus18 Before this past weekend of college and NFL games, CBSsports writers Rob Rang and Dane Brugler have Te'o going to the Colts at 17 (granted, like you mentioned, the Colts would have a lower draft pick now since they defeated the Titans yesterday) and to the Bears at 30. But Te'o should not fall that low in the draft.
I would be happy if the Colts got Bowe or Wallace. I'm not really sure what all college WR's would fit into Arien's system. http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/mock
@MarcusDugan @GregC According to SB Nation, whoever were to trade for Bowe would be taking on his $9.5 million franchise tag, and no team could work out a new deal with Bowe until after the season is over with. Do the Colts have $9.5 million in cap space at the moment? http://www.sbnation.com/nfl-trade-rumors-2012/2012/10/29/3572050/nfl-trade-deadline-rumors-steven-jackson-dwayne-bowe
If Manti Te'o is available in the 1st round, it sure would be hard to pass up on him. Imagine a Linebacking core of Mathis, Freeman, Angerer and Te'o with Connor as a backup. Also, there was a rumor going around yesterday that the Chiefs might be shopping WR Dwayne Bowe for a 3rd round pick. Now I do not know if this rumor is true or not, but trading for Bowe (if he will sign a long term deal, since he is a FA after this year) would bolster the WR position. I'm just not sure if the Colts would be willing to give up a 3rd round pick, since they already traded away their 2nd rounder for Vontae Davis.