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jagherd

Member Since 15 Oct 2004
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In Topic: Who is Andrew Luck?

17 August 2014 - 07:18 PM

I think the Colts have a ton of great targets.

I can see Moncrief become their #1 receiver after this year, he brings physicality and speed to the position.
TY Hilton is very good.

Fleenor is decent, and Dwayne Allen can be an all-pro IMO.


I liked what I saw from Moncrief from college, and remember some buzz about him from a few media heads thinking he would be a solid draft choice and good NFL WR. I think he's gonna be good.

Indy's WR group could be very solid going forward into the next few seasons (Hilton, Moncrief, Allen, and Fleener).

Looks like there could be something special with Luck and those guys. Hope not for the Jags' sake,, we'll see.

In Topic: Start Bortles Predictions

12 August 2014 - 08:14 PM

Yup.

The O-line, at this point, is terrible and inexperienced together.

The new WR group is young and unproven (sans Shorts,, who may/may not stay healthy). Sanders is suspended.

The Run Game (a rookie QBs best friend) is really unproven. See O-line above.

Let Bortles keep working on his new mechanics,,, give him more time in the film room/playbook studying,,, let him watch on the sidelines during real game speeds, looking at defenses, watching plays being checked out/into, listening to real time coaching decisions.

Give him a few games (even a good portion of the season) to do this. Plugging in him right away is not gonna do much for this offense, IMO.

In Topic: This Defensive line gives the Jags a shot at winning the AFC south this year

12 August 2014 - 05:08 PM

Um, we have to play the same AFCN, too... :blink:

The Denver/ New England point is a good one, tho.


Yeah, I know AFCS plays AFCN this year. Yes, it will be similarly difficult for the rest of the division. I was just pointing out that the Colts (for whatever reason) have had difficulty with them. Bengals smashed them last year.
Plus,, and I have no idea why,, the Texans can stink, but the Bengals just have issues with them.

In Topic: This Defensive line gives the Jags a shot at winning the AFC south this year

12 August 2014 - 12:43 PM

LOL, delusional.

The Colts are still here, and unless something happened to Andrew Luck....


idk. The colts have to play the AFCN (Bengals, Ravens, Steelers: all competitive teams that the colts have had trouble with past couple seasons). Even the Browns may give them some trouble.

Also, being a division winner last season, colts have to face Denver and NE, with the other AFCS teams getting lesser competition from standings.

This division should be the colts'. But, honestly, AFCS could be similar to the older NFCW, where the division winner could post around 8-8,9-7.

Will the Jags, Titans, Texans win 8 games? Uh,, I personally don't think they will. But, it's certainly possible for the colts record to slip around .500, and one of their rivals to "surprise" and push around .500.

In Topic: Nick Foles last night

11 August 2014 - 04:29 PM

That, and no one in the NFC East will play any defense.


Lol,, yup. Especially getting the Redskins twice a year. Their defense is probably gonna be horribad again.