Colts will not be too bad for long, I think they will be back in the playoffs in 3 years at the most. This year they could surprise but probably not make it to the playoffs, next year they should be in a race with the Titans and Houston, the year after I think we take over the conference again.
But this is always speculation, but we will see.
Why so SERIOUS
I don't think you really wanna (which is "Hick-lish" for "want to") test my spelling, just because on here I type with a "dialect" (no one actually pronounces PRAH-BUH-BLEE). I was the spelling bee champ 'round these here parts. I "turn it on" when I feel like, sorta (sort of) like Carmelo.
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76.6% completion rate through 3 days at camp. Man, Luck really stinks. He won't be able to do anything with this team for a long time with that pitiful arm of his..
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and you wonder why people call you a troll...
Luck will make a name for himself week 1. Colts will upset the Bears
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Here's another of those experts giving his "vote for RG3", Blu:
Charley Casserly says RGIII wasn’t close to Luck
By Dan Steinberg
(John McDonnell - TWP) It’s probably too late to debate the draft day merits of Robert Griffin III vis-a-vis Andrew Luck, but just in case you’re wondering, here is Charley Casserly’s view.
“Number one, I liked RGIII,” the Skins former GM told ESPN 980’s Sports Fix this week. “Number two, I don’t think it was close with Luck. If I had 10 votes, it’d be 10 for Luck and none for RGIII. To me, it was a clear difference between the two of them. However, I liked RGIII.”
The difference, according to Casserly, was largely based on the schemes the two quarterbacks used in college.
“It’s kind of like Luck had already got the Master’s Degree; this guy was still going to college and trying to finish up,” Casserly said. “Luck was ahead of him as far as the experience in the pro game. There was such a wide difference there, that’s why Luck had to be ahead of him.”
Still, Casserly said he would have made the same deal the Redskins made to trade up for Griffin.
“Where you are at this point in time, I think it was a move you had to make,” Casserly said. “Is it a gamble? Sure it’s a gamble. But sometimes you have to do those things.”
I want what you're smoking
I have a feeling I will be hearing bear down about 10 times that game. Just bought my tickets, last game i went too the Bears scored 40pts the day after Christmas I have a feeling it will be ugly. Cutler will make the Colts defense look silly(but really who doesn't??) Brandon Marshall>>>>>
Luck will have a decent rookie year. He'll probably utilize the TEs often as a start, but having Wayne back and helping him out is huge.
The Colts still have quite some time before they're legit again, but with Luck's potential and continuing to build piece by piece, the future is very bright.
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Also no doubt Rodgers is way better. But to be fair to Cutler he hasn't had WRs or a coach who uses him correctly and no OL since he was in Denver. When he was in Denver he was still learning and had to learn on the fly thus made so many stupid mistakes. Rodgers learned from Farve and from day 1 as a starter had a great OL and great WRs and a great OC. I expect huge improvement but Rodgers will still be better he just hardly ever makes mistakes which is the main difference. Cutler though is so much wiser than he was a few years ago he has come a long way now he has the weapons I'm excited. Although the OL scares the **** out of me so does the defense it's aging fast.
I think RG3 will have a rough camp. He has a lot to learn that Luck already had learned at Stanford. When the season starts, I expect RG3 to do well. The problems Luck will have won't be due to his abilities but to the fact that he will be playing behind the worst offensive line in the NFL and he is going to get rushed and sacked continuously. Manning might have been able to survive with this line but not a rookie who won't have Peyton's ability to switch plays at the last second to keep the blitz off of him. You have a potential franchise QB who will be lucky to survive the season behind that line. They are signing arena league players to help bolster the line. Good luck (pardon the pun) with all of that. I am willing to make a substantial wager on which QB finishes the highest in the Rookie of the Year Standings. And before you start crying about how much better the Redskins are, remember Cam Newton came in and played for a very bad team last year. There is the real deal and the QB of the decade, not Andrew Luck nor RG3, in my not so humble opinion..... ...
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