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  • Matthew Jones
    started a topic Colts bench LT Tony Ugoh

    Colts bench LT Tony Ugoh

    Charlie Johnson is the new starter:

    http://blogs.indystar.com/philb/2009...ing_at_lt.html

    Colts coach Jim Caldwell made it clear this wasn't a one day experiment. He said Johnson is his starter.
    Wow. Very surprising. It looks like Ugoh is headed towards the "bust" column. He's not starting anywhere on the line as of now.

  • soybean
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    Diem's absence elevated the recently demoted Tony Ugoh into the No. 1 spot on the right side of the line. Ugoh has played exclusively at left tackle since Indy drafted him in 2007.
    per espn. 10 characters.

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  • Hines
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    Originally posted by Smooth Criminal View Post
    He can start for the Steelers any day.
    Word. I would pick him up, put him at LT, then slide Max to RT.

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  • Seamus2602
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    Originally posted by RCAChainGang View Post
    This just makes no sense to me. JC is kind of pissing me off. Charlie Johnson is the guy I always would roll my eyes at when watching the O-line. He is not a starter...
    I don't think the criticism should fall on Jim Caldwell. Firstly, I would prefer to give him the benefit of the doubt. He knows more about the team than we do. Secondly, he didn't make this decision alone. The chances of Howard Mudd not agreeing with this move is slim.

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  • BlindSite
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    At the end of the day it doesn't really matter who's where in practice before the first pre-season game. What matters is who's on that blindside when it's game one.

    By that time Ugoh will be in place.

    If not, he will be by week 2.

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  • RCAChainGang
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    This just makes no sense to me. JC is kind of pissing me off. Charlie Johnson is the guy I always would roll my eyes at when watching the O-line. He is not a starter...

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  • Dam8610
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    Originally posted by Addict View Post
    I spent time thinking of that joke, and all I get is this frosty reaction? You could at least type 'lol' just for my ego's sake. Harsh, man... that's harsh.
    I chuckled heartily, what I typed was my first though after the laugh.

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  • Gay Ork Wang
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    Originally posted by Addict View Post
    I don't know, lemme check my scouter...

    it's... over 9000!!!!
    lol. there u go

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  • Addict
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    Originally posted by Dam8610 View Post
    It wouldn't shock me.
    I spent time thinking of that joke, and all I get is this frosty reaction? You could at least type 'lol' just for my ego's sake. Harsh, man... that's harsh.

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  • Dam8610
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    Originally posted by Seamus2602 View Post
    As a total, over 16 games, Charlie Johnson gave up 11 QB hits (0.6875 per game), while in the 5 games he started at Left Tackle, he gave up 7 QB Hits (1.4 hits per game).
    1.4 vs. .9, who's better?

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  • Seamus2602
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    Originally posted by Dam8610 View Post
    As opposed to the several hits per game Charlie Johnson would give up?
    As a total, over 16 games, Charlie Johnson gave up 11 QB hits (0.6875 per game), while in the 5 games he started at Left Tackle, he gave up 7 QB Hits (1.4 hits per game).

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  • Dam8610
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    Originally posted by Addict View Post
    I don't know, lemme check my scouter...

    it's... over 9000!!!!
    It wouldn't shock me.

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  • Addict
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    Originally posted by Dam8610 View Post
    As opposed to the several hits per game Charlie Johnson would give up?
    I don't know, lemme check my scouter...

    it's... over 9000!!!!

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  • Dam8610
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    Originally posted by xooberon View Post
    Last year in only 12 starts he gave up 3 sacks, 11 QB hits and 29 pressures. You can't afford for your LT to give up almost a hit a game, gotta protect peyton.
    As opposed to the several hits per game Charlie Johnson would give up?

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  • xooberon
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    Last year in only 12 starts he gave up 3 sacks, 11 QB hits and 29 pressures. You can't afford for your LT to give up almost a hit a game, gotta protect peyton.

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