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    Re: 2020 Indianapolis Colts...what now?

    Amazing the Colts strung together 20 consecutive starts by the same five O-Linemen.

    Lines can't get any continuity anymore. Rivers must love this.
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    Re: 2020 Indianapolis Colts...what now?

    This looks like it will be an excellent game that could go either way. Luckily they are showing it locally. The Browns are hot, I'll take them.
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    Re: 2020 Indianapolis Colts...what now?

    Quote Originally Posted by JaxRed View Post
    This looks like it will be an excellent game that could go either way. Luckily they are showing it locally. The Browns are hot, I'll take them.
    The Colts are hot, I'll take them.
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    Re: 2020 Indianapolis Colts...what now?

    Browns are starting to get momentum and look great. Therefore they will absolutely lose today.
    What would you say.....ya do here?

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    Re: 2020 Indianapolis Colts...what now?

    Xavier Rhoades vs. OBJ
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    Re: 2020 Indianapolis Colts...what now?

    I like to watch good football, no matter who they are.

    Looking forward to the Colts' first drive of this game.
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    Re: 2020 Indianapolis Colts...what now?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kingspoint View Post
    I like to watch good football, no matter who they are.

    Looking forward to the Colts' first drive of this game.
    ...and, touchdown. Some tough conversions on that drive. And, yeah...Philip Rivers is not mobile.
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    Re: 2020 Indianapolis Colts...what now?

    Very enjoyable game thus far...
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    Re: 2020 Indianapolis Colts...what now?

    20-10 Browns going into halftime. It's been the Baker Mayfield Show in the first half. Kudos to an O-line that's giving him all time to throw.
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    Re: 2020 Indianapolis Colts...what now?

    Phillip Rivers is just not good, I’m really not sure JB wouldn’t be an upgrade.
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    Re: 2020 Indianapolis Colts...what now?

    Quote Originally Posted by redsfanmia View Post
    Phillip Rivers is just not good, I’m really not sure JB wouldn’t be an upgrade.
    He was just not good today. He showed his age, especially in his decision-making. But, he still has a great history to overcome that. I expect better next week.
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    Re: 2020 Indianapolis Colts...what now?

    Colts are about to enter (if they already haven't) QB Purgatory. They have pretty good team, so unless they really find an ace in the hole at round pick #20, they won't pick low enough to get a franchise QB. Rivers is mostly a 1 year (maybe 2) bridge, but they have nothing on the other side of the bridge.

    If I had to guess, they are going to be going after veterans for a few years. There's a few other teams in the same boat. Tampa Bay, New England.

    So they do go after a Cam Newton if he has a good year? If Dalton looks good and Dak comes back, go after Dalton?
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    Re: 2020 Indianapolis Colts...what now?

    That was a fun game to watch. The Browns have the worst Pass D in the league. Their guys are always hurt (lol). So yeah, I was somewhat worried going in and facing Rivers. But the Colts have had a hard time running the ball, so alot is on River's shoulders. And he didn't have his best day. Mayfield impressed me yesterday. Almost 40 Pass ATTs. And numerous times he was puttin' the ball right there. But OBJ and Landry amaze me when it comes to their hands and agility (though Landry dropped two yesterday). And I'm liking the play of the Brown's TEs too. But I was especially impressed with the three-man rush we were using quite a bit, and how effective it was in pressuring Rivers. Because again, our secondary needs all the help it can get right now, though they played better yesterday (2 INTs).

    On to Pittsburgh next. That ought to be fun (lol).
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    Rivers cost the Colts the game.
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    Re: 2020 Indianapolis Colts...what now?

    Quote Originally Posted by JaxRed View Post
    Colts are about to enter (if they already haven't) QB Purgatory. They have pretty good team, so unless they really find an ace in the hole at round pick #20, they won't pick low enough to get a franchise QB. Rivers is mostly a 1 year (maybe 2) bridge, but they have nothing on the other side of the bridge.

    If I had to guess, they are going to be going after veterans for a few years. There's a few other teams in the same boat. Tampa Bay, New England.

    So they do go after a Cam Newton if he has a good year? If Dalton looks good and Dak comes back, go after Dalton?
    Wouldn't be my 1st option...but I would definitely take on Dalton. He was able to get the Bengals to the playoffs, what, 5 times. How many guys can say that. He probably won't win a Super Bowl, but he keeps us respectable until we can hopefully find "the guy". I know Bengals fans didn't care much for him, but they hate everyone!

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    Rivers cost the Colts the game.
    As well as fair catching a ball on the 2 yard line!
    I'm out...like a fat kid in dodgeball


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