Reading Time: 2 minutesIn their week 12 matchup, The Colts got embarrassed in the most important game of their season up to this point at home against division rival Tennessee. The loss bumped them out of the AFC South lead and now has Indianapolis clinging to a wild card spot. While injuries and COVID-19 setbacks do take some blame for this loss, something has to change if the Colts are going to hold a playoff spot. So after 12 weeks, the Colts are left with a 7-4 record, second in the AFC South, without the division tiebreaker, and are...Read More
Reading Time: 2 minutes As we begin to prepare for the final playoff push in the 2020 NFL season, many questions still await to be answered. Let’s take a look at two teams I trust, and two I don’t trust: TRUST: New Orleans Saints Currently, on a six-game winning streak, the Saints sit at the top of the NFC. Despite some regression from Drew Brees, and an out of form Micheal Thomas, the Saints have still managed to find ways to win. With a lot of other NFC teams having some glaring holes, this Saints team may be the...Read More
Reading Time: 2 minutesAre the Indianapolis Colts a legit Super Bowl contender? Yes? No? Well, here is what we know so far. The Indianapolis Colts were 5-3 going into their game against a 6-2 Tennessee Titans team. This was one of the most important games of the season for the Colts, because they needed to establish themselves as the top dog in the AFC South. The Colts are also in the midst of a tough four game stretch against the Ravens, Titans, Packers, and Titans again. For the Colts to solidify themselves as a playoff lock, they will need...Read More
Reading Time: 2 minutesThroughout their short NFL careers, Dwayne Haskins Jr., Daniel Jones, and Sam Darnold have been given little support to be able to justify their upper-first round draft selection. In 2020, Washington, the Jets, and the Giants are all likely to finish with bad records and could very likely end up with Justin Fields, Trevor Lawrence, and Trey Lance (in no particular order). So where would these young QBs go if they’re being dumped for a draft prospect. Here’s what I think: Sam Darnold – Indianapolis Colts Sam Darnold has played three seasons in his career, and...Read More
Reading Time: 2 minutesThe Indianapolis Colts officially signed Phillip Rivers to a 1-year deal. My first thought is that Rivers won’t be in Indy past 2020. While many see it as a huge upgrade over last year’s starter Jacoby Brissett, that may not be the case. Rivers is 38 and his best days are behind him. Other than Tom Brady and Peyton Manning, every quarterback starts drastically regressing. Some examples are Brett Favre, Eli Manning, and Josh McCown. In 2019, despite finishing high in passing yards, he struggled to lead the Chargers to wins, especially in close games. The...Read More
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