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  • My first crack at a 53 + PS for 2009:

    QB (3): Peyton Manning/Jim Sorgi/Curtis Painter
    RB (4): Joseph Addai/Donald Brown/Mike Hart/Chad Simpson
    WR (5): Reggie Wayne/Anthony Gonzalez/Pierre Garcon/Austin Collie/Roy Hall
    TE (3): Dallas Clark/Tom Santi/Jacob Tamme
    OT (4): Tony Ugoh/Ryan Diem/Charlie Johnson/Michael Toudouze
    OG (3): Ryan Lilja/Mike Pollak/Steve Justice
    OC (2): Jeff Saturday/Jamey Richard

    DE (5): Dwight Freeney/Robert Mathis/Raheem Brock/Marcus Howard/Curtis Johnson
    DT (5): Fili Moala/Antonio Johnson/Ed Johnson/Terrance Taylor/Eric Foster
    LB (6): Clint Session/Gary Brackett/Philip Wheeler/Tyjuan Hagler/Jordan Senn/Adam Seward
    CB (6): Kelvin Hayden/Marlin Jackson/Jerraud Powers/Tim Jennings/Dante Hughes/Michael Coe
    S (4): Bob Sanders/Antoine Bethea/Melvin Bullitt/Jamie Silva

    K (1): Adam Vinatieri
    P (1): Pat McAfee
    LS (1): Justin Snow

    Practice Squad (8): WR Sam Giguere, DT Adrian Grady, OG Jaimie Thomas, OG Cornelius Lewis, LB Mike Tauiliili, DB Brandon Anderson, WR John Matthews, DT Pat Kuntz

    Notes: I wanted to put Sam Giguere on the team, but I think they're going to let Roy Hall have one more chance, and Giguere can be placed on the practice squad again. I have a feeling Adrian Grady might beat out Eric Foster for a roster spot, but either way I think he winds up on the team in some capacity. Interesting camp battles: #3 WR, #3 CB, all backup LB spots, all DT spots (rotation as well as who makes the team), you can see my projected winners on the makeshift depth chart I've made.


    The problem arises when people use statistics like a drunk uses a lamp post: for support instead of illumination.

    If luck is where preparation meets opportunity, then clutch is where failure meets luck.

    <Add1ct> setting myself on fire can't be that hard
    <Add1ct> but tackling a mosquito might prove a challenge

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    • A couple things, Dam.

      - You think Senn is going to beat out Keiaho? I strongly disagree.

      - Last year we had the following DEs - Freeney, Mathis, Brock, Thomas, Howard, and Johnson. We lost Thomas. Any possibility in your opinion that Foster will be moved to the "Thomas" DE spot and Grady takes his DT spot?

      - Didn't Giordano get re-signed? I'm not so sure Silva would beat him out. I don't feel nearly as strong about that as I do Keiaho though.

      - Do we need 6 CBs? I guess to be safe we do, there is a history of injury there. I wish we didn't, though.

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      • QB - Peyton Manning, Jim Sorgi, Curtis Painter
        RB - Joseph Addai, Donald Brown, Mike Hart, Chad Simpson
        HB - Gijon Robinson, Tom Santi
        WR - Reggie Wayne, Anthony Gonzalez, Pierre Garçon, Austin Collie, Roy Hall
        TE - Dallas Clark, Jacob Tamme
        OT - Tony Ugoh, Ryan Diem, Charlie Johnson, Daniel Federkeil
        OG - Ryan Lilja, Mike Pollak, Jamey Richard
        OC - Jeff Saturday, Steve Justice

        DE - Dwight Freeney, Raheem Brock, Robert Mathis, Marcus Howard
        DT - Ed Johnson, Antonio Johnson, Fili Moala, Terrance Taylor, Eric Foster
        WLB - Clint Session, Freddie Keiaho, Jordan Senn
        MLB - Gary Brackett, Adam Seward
        SLB - Philip Wheeler, Tyjuan Hagler
        CB - Kelvin Hayden, Marlin Jackson, Tim Jennings, Jerraud Powers, Dante Hughes
        FS - Antoine Bethea, Melvin Bullitt
        SS - Bob Sanders, Matt Giordano

        PK - Adam Vinatieri
        P - Pat McAfee
        LS - Justin Snow

        Practice Squad

        Lance Ball - RB
        Samuel Giguère - WR
        Michael Toudouze - OT
        Jaimie Thomas - OG
        Keyunta Dawson - DE/T
        Mike Tauiliili - OLB
        T. J. Rushing - CB
        Jamie Silva - FS

        The changes I have from Dam:

        Straight swaps:

        Daniel Federkiel for Michael Toudouze: Toudouze is a donkey and Federkiel played a lot of games last year. Federkiel is also more versatile than Toudouze as he can play Guard as well as Tackle. I don't think there is a chance in hell that Toudouze beats him out for a Roster spot.

        Matt Giordano for Jamie Silva: I like Jamie Silva. I think he can contribute more as a Safety than Giordano can. But not only is Giordano gonna make the 53, he's gonna be a Team Captain next year. We lost our most experienced Special Teams players in Darrell Reid. Do you think the team will cut our second most experienced Special Teams players only after resigning him?

        Others

        Freddie Keiaho and Gijon Robinson for Curtis Johnson and Michael Coe: The way it will work next year. If Clint Session gets injured, Freddie Keiaho backs up at Will, not Jordan Senn. If Garry Brackett gets injured, Freddie Keiaho backs up at Mike, not Adam Seward. If Philip Wheeler gets injured, Freddie Keiaho backs up at Sam, not Tyjuan Hagler. He will be the first backup at all three LB positions next year. Robinson will also be in the team because he started last year. He started player better as the year went on. While I think in the long term, and possibly next season, Tom Santi will replace him at H-Back, I would be very surprised if Robinson isn't in the 53 for Week 1. Curtis Johnson draws the short straw. It was a close one between him and Foster but Curtis Johnson doesn't contribute a hell of a lot, and is more of a 3-4 OLB than a 4-3 DE. I don't even have him in my 8 man designated Practice Squad. What has Michael Coe done for the Colts? He adds very little to the team and so he was a very easy player to cut.

        Practice Squad:

        Lance Ball - RB: I would love to have Lance Ball in my 53 but I do feel that Simpson might win that Training Camp battle. The only way he makes the 53 is if he has a really good Training Camp, Simpson has a really bad Training Camp or Mike Hart starts the season PUP'd.
        Samuel Giguère - WR: Apparently the Coaches are very impressed with him and his presence could get a little competition going with Roy Hall. He will be the first call though if any of the other Receivers goes down long term.
        Michael Toudouze - OT: Eternelly on the Practice Squad and the team will always prefer to keep a pure Tackle lying about the place just incase Ugoh or Diem go down long term.
        Jaimie Thomas - OG: Jamie Thomas will probably be in a Training Camp battle with Steve Justice for that last Offensive Lineman position but Justice fits the scheme better and has a year in the system better than Thomas. Again, if an interior linemen goes down, or Lilja starts on the PUP list then Thomas gets elevated.
        Keyunta Dawson - DE/T: This could be Daniel Muir but I think they will keep Dawson because of his versatility. If Raheem Brock was to get injured there probably isn't anyone else to replace him.
        Mike Tauiliili - OLB: The team apparently like Tauiliili. He didn't make the 53 for a number of reasons. First, if I had to learn how to pronounce his name I might just have to shoot someone. Secondly, I have probably included too many Linebackers in the 53 with 7, so 8 would have been overkill and he is clearly 8th best.
        T. J. Rushing - CB: If Garcon was to go down, Rushing could be brought in to handle Returns. He brings nothing as a Corner.
        Jamie Silva - FS: Silva is better than Giordano as a Safety but Giordano will be the Special Teams leader this year and I don't see the team bringing 5 Safeties in. If Bob Sanders was to get injured, which is always a possibility, then Silva will be the main backup behind both Bethea and Bullitt.
        Originally posted by George Carlin

        In Football the object is for the Field General to be on target with his aerial assault, riddling the Defence by hitting his Receivers with deadly accuracy, in spite of the Blitz, even if he has to use the Shotgun. With short bullet passes and long bombs he marches his troops into enemy territory, balancing this aerial assault with a sustained ground attack which punches holes in the forward wall of the enemy’s Defensive Line.

        In Baseball the object is to go home and be safe.

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        • Originally posted by killxswitch View Post
          You think Senn is going to beat out Keiaho? I strongly disagree.
          I don't feel that Senn will beat out Keiaho but I feel that Senn contributes enough on Special Teams that he will merit a Roster spot.

          Originally posted by killxswitch View Post
          Last year we had the following DEs - Freeney, Mathis, Brock, Thomas, Howard, and Johnson. We lost Thomas. Any possibility in your opinion that Foster will be moved to the "Thomas" DE spot and Grady takes his DT spot?
          If they do go in without resigning Thomas, which is still a possibility, then I feel it would more likely be Keyunta Dawson moving to DE, than Foster. Foster has never played DE while Dawson was originally signed as a DE.

          Originally posted by killxswitch View Post
          Do we need 6 CBs? I guess to be safe we do, there is a history of injury there. I wish we didn't, though.
          There are a lot of injuries at Cornerback (the Tampa 2 Corners have to be overly physical in an attempt to force Turnovers), but most of the injuries aren't wee knocks that keep people out for a series or 2. They are long term injuries. They are injuries that will get you a one way ticket to the Injury Reserve. I think they will only bring 5 Cornerbacks onto the Roster and if any of them get injured then they will bring in backups at a later date.
          Originally posted by George Carlin

          In Football the object is for the Field General to be on target with his aerial assault, riddling the Defence by hitting his Receivers with deadly accuracy, in spite of the Blitz, even if he has to use the Shotgun. With short bullet passes and long bombs he marches his troops into enemy territory, balancing this aerial assault with a sustained ground attack which punches holes in the forward wall of the enemy’s Defensive Line.

          In Baseball the object is to go home and be safe.

          Comment


          • Originally posted by killxswitch View Post
            A couple things, Dam.

            - You think Senn is going to beat out Keiaho? I strongly disagree.
            I put a couple of surprises up there, that was one of them. I think Senn is willing to accept being a special teamer, whereas I'm not so sure Keiaho will, that said I wouldn't be shocked if I'm wrong.

            Originally posted by killxswitch View Post
            - Last year we had the following DEs - Freeney, Mathis, Brock, Thomas, Howard, and Johnson. We lost Thomas. Any possibility in your opinion that Foster will be moved to the "Thomas" DE spot and Grady takes his DT spot?
            I highly doubt the team carries 11 DLs, and I'm hoping they do away with the "Thomas" DE spot, as I like production and usefulness out of Colts DEs. That said, Grady could beat out Foster for the 10th DE spot.

            Originally posted by killxswitch View Post
            - Didn't Giordano get re-signed? I'm not so sure Silva would beat him out. I don't feel nearly as strong about that as I do Keiaho though.
            Silva makes a bigger special teams impact and is IMO a better player. It was hard to get down to 53 with the players on the team, I have a feeling the coaches are going to have to make a few tough decisions.

            Originally posted by killxswitch View Post
            - Do we need 6 CBs? I guess to be safe we do, there is a history of injury there. I wish we didn't, though.
            Which one of those would you cut? I know most people are going to say Coe, but he has a lot of potential and at the very least is a really good ST player. If Coe doesn't stick with the Colts, he's going to land a roster spot somewhere, he deserves one on ST play alone when he's healthy.


            The problem arises when people use statistics like a drunk uses a lamp post: for support instead of illumination.

            If luck is where preparation meets opportunity, then clutch is where failure meets luck.

            <Add1ct> setting myself on fire can't be that hard
            <Add1ct> but tackling a mosquito might prove a challenge

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            • Originally posted by Seamus2602 View Post
              QB - Peyton Manning, Jim Sorgi, Curtis Painter
              RB - Joseph Addai, Donald Brown, Mike Hart, Chad Simpson
              HB - Gijon Robinson, Tom Santi
              WR - Reggie Wayne, Anthony Gonzalez, Pierre Garçon, Austin Collie, Roy Hall
              TE - Dallas Clark, Jacob Tamme
              OT - Tony Ugoh, Ryan Diem, Charlie Johnson, Daniel Federkeil
              OG - Ryan Lilja, Mike Pollak, Jamey Richard
              OC - Jeff Saturday, Steve Justice

              DE - Dwight Freeney, Raheem Brock, Robert Mathis, Marcus Howard
              DT - Ed Johnson, Antonio Johnson, Fili Moala, Terrance Taylor, Eric Foster
              WLB - Clint Session, Freddie Keiaho, Jordan Senn
              MLB - Gary Brackett, Adam Seward
              SLB - Philip Wheeler, Tyjuan Hagler
              CB - Kelvin Hayden, Marlin Jackson, Tim Jennings, Jerraud Powers, Dante Hughes
              FS - Antoine Bethea, Melvin Bullitt
              SS - Bob Sanders, Matt Giordano

              PK - Adam Vinatieri
              P - Pat McAfee
              LS - Justin Snow

              Practice Squad

              Lance Ball - RB
              Samuel Giguère - WR
              Michael Toudouze - OT
              Jaimie Thomas - OG
              Keyunta Dawson - DE/T
              Mike Tauiliili - OLB
              T. J. Rushing - CB
              Jamie Silva - FS

              The changes I have from Dam:

              Straight swaps:

              Daniel Federkiel for Michael Toudouze: Toudouze is a donkey and Federkiel played a lot of games last year. Federkiel is also more versatile than Toudouze as he can play Guard as well as Tackle. I don't think there is a chance in hell that Toudouze beats him out for a Roster spot.

              Matt Giordano for Jamie Silva: I like Jamie Silva. I think he can contribute more as a Safety than Giordano can. But not only is Giordano gonna make the 53, he's gonna be a Team Captain next year. We lost our most experienced Special Teams players in Darrell Reid. Do you think the team will cut our second most experienced Special Teams players only after resigning him?

              Others

              Freddie Keiaho and Gijon Robinson for Curtis Johnson and Michael Coe: The way it will work next year. If Clint Session gets injured, Freddie Keiaho backs up at Will, not Jordan Senn. If Garry Brackett gets injured, Freddie Keiaho backs up at Mike, not Adam Seward. If Philip Wheeler gets injured, Freddie Keiaho backs up at Sam, not Tyjuan Hagler. He will be the first backup at all three LB positions next year. Robinson will also be in the team because he started last year. He started player better as the year went on. While I think in the long term, and possibly next season, Tom Santi will replace him at H-Back, I would be very surprised if Robinson isn't in the 53 for Week 1. Curtis Johnson draws the short straw. It was a close one between him and Foster but Curtis Johnson doesn't contribute a hell of a lot, and is more of a 3-4 OLB than a 4-3 DE. I don't even have him in my 8 man designated Practice Squad. What has Michael Coe done for the Colts? He adds very little to the team and so he was a very easy player to cut.

              Practice Squad:

              Lance Ball - RB: I would love to have Lance Ball in my 53 but I do feel that Simpson might win that Training Camp battle. The only way he makes the 53 is if he has a really good Training Camp, Simpson has a really bad Training Camp or Mike Hart starts the season PUP'd.
              Samuel Giguère - WR: Apparently the Coaches are very impressed with him and his presence could get a little competition going with Roy Hall. He will be the first call though if any of the other Receivers goes down long term.
              Michael Toudouze - OT: Eternelly on the Practice Squad and the team will always prefer to keep a pure Tackle lying about the place just incase Ugoh or Diem go down long term.
              Jaimie Thomas - OG: Jamie Thomas will probably be in a Training Camp battle with Steve Justice for that last Offensive Lineman position but Justice fits the scheme better and has a year in the system better than Thomas. Again, if an interior linemen goes down, or Lilja starts on the PUP list then Thomas gets elevated.
              Keyunta Dawson - DE/T: This could be Daniel Muir but I think they will keep Dawson because of his versatility. If Raheem Brock was to get injured there probably isn't anyone else to replace him.
              Mike Tauiliili - OLB: The team apparently like Tauiliili. He didn't make the 53 for a number of reasons. First, if I had to learn how to pronounce his name I might just have to shoot someone. Secondly, I have probably included too many Linebackers in the 53 with 7, so 8 would have been overkill and he is clearly 8th best.
              T. J. Rushing - CB: If Garcon was to go down, Rushing could be brought in to handle Returns. He brings nothing as a Corner.
              Jamie Silva - FS: Silva is better than Giordano as a Safety but Giordano will be the Special Teams leader this year and I don't see the team bringing 5 Safeties in. If Bob Sanders was to get injured, which is always a possibility, then Silva will be the main backup behind both Bethea and Bullitt.
              You can't put Silva, Rushing, or Dawson on the PS, and Toudouze I'm not sure about. I kept Toudouze on the roster because he's more of a pure OT than Federkiel, as you say, and the majority of my back end roster decisions were made based on STs. For example, Keiaho vs. Johnson, Johnson is likely to be the better special teamer (if I had to cut anyone for Keiaho it'd be Senn, but that would suck because next year the team would have to find a new backup WLB, as I don't think Senn can be placed on the practice squad), and I know Coe is the better special teamer than Robinson, and Silva came into the league known for his ST prowess, he's definitely the better of the two between he and Giordano.


              The problem arises when people use statistics like a drunk uses a lamp post: for support instead of illumination.

              If luck is where preparation meets opportunity, then clutch is where failure meets luck.

              <Add1ct> setting myself on fire can't be that hard
              <Add1ct> but tackling a mosquito might prove a challenge

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              • If Senn plays better on special teams, I'd take him over Keiaho, even though Keiaho is very likely the better starter of the two. Special teams is the most important factor for the back-up WLB imo, neither of these two is being groomed as the future starter. They need to fill out the LB 6 and they need to contribute on special teams.

                Also, Senn can be signed cheap for two more years after 09.
                Pugnacity, testosterone, truculence, and belligerence.

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                • Originally posted by Geo View Post
                  If Senn plays better on special teams, I'd take him over Keiaho, even though Keiaho is very likely the better starter of the two. Special teams is the most important factor for the back-up WLB imo, neither of these two is being groomed as the future starter. They need to fill out the LB 6 and they need to contribute on special teams.

                  Also, Senn can be signed cheap for two more years after 09.
                  My thought process exactly.


                  The problem arises when people use statistics like a drunk uses a lamp post: for support instead of illumination.

                  If luck is where preparation meets opportunity, then clutch is where failure meets luck.

                  <Add1ct> setting myself on fire can't be that hard
                  <Add1ct> but tackling a mosquito might prove a challenge

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                  • Allright, I made a number of major cockups in the last go, so here is my new 62 man roster, including my 53, 1 PUP and 8 Practice Squad members.

                    QB - Peyton Manning, Jim Sorgi, Curtis Painter

                    RB - Joseph Addai, Donald Brown, Mike Hart (PUP), Chad Simpson, Lance Ball

                    WR - Reggie Wayne, Anthony Gonzalez, Pierre Garçon, Austin Collie, Roy Hall, Samuel Giguère

                    H-B - Gijon Robinson, Tom Santi

                    TE - Dallas Clark, Jacob Tamme, Colin Cloherty

                    OT - Tony Ugoh, Ryan Diem, Charlie Johnson, Daniel Federkeil

                    OG - Ryan Lilja, Mike Pollak, Jamey Richard, Jaimie Thomas, Cornelius Lewis

                    OC - Jeff Saturday, Steve Justice

                    DE - Dwight Freeney, Robert Mathis, Raheem Brock, Marcus Howard

                    DT - Ed Johnson, Fili Moala, Antonio Johnson, Terrance Taylor, Eric Foster, Adrian Grady

                    SLB - Philip Wheeler, Freddie Keiaho, Mike Tauiliili

                    MLB - Gary Brackett, Adam Seward

                    WLB - Clint Session, Jordan Senn

                    CB - Kelvin Hayden, Marlin Jackson, Tim Jennings, Jerraud Powers, Dante Hughes, Brandon Foster

                    FS - Antoine Bethea, Melvin Bullitt

                    SS - Bob Sanders, Matt Giordano, Jamie Silva

                    ST - Adam Vinatieri, Shane Andrus, Pat McAfee, Justin Snow
                    Last edited by Seamus2602; 07-09-2009, 05:01 PM.
                    Originally posted by George Carlin

                    In Football the object is for the Field General to be on target with his aerial assault, riddling the Defence by hitting his Receivers with deadly accuracy, in spite of the Blitz, even if he has to use the Shotgun. With short bullet passes and long bombs he marches his troops into enemy territory, balancing this aerial assault with a sustained ground attack which punches holes in the forward wall of the enemy’s Defensive Line.

                    In Baseball the object is to go home and be safe.

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                    • I hope Jaimie Thomas makes the roster.

                      Other then Lilja, he might be the only true OG on our team.

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                      • Originally posted by MaxV View Post
                        I hope Jaimie Thomas makes the roster.

                        Other then Lilja, he might be the only true OG on our team.
                        Pollak will be fine. The last Colts player who had a similar situation to his coming into this season went on to be an All-Pro that year. Of course, his name is Bob Sanders, but my point is Pollak hasn't really gotten much of a chance. With a full training camp and no injuries, Pollak could make some big strides this season.


                        The problem arises when people use statistics like a drunk uses a lamp post: for support instead of illumination.

                        If luck is where preparation meets opportunity, then clutch is where failure meets luck.

                        <Add1ct> setting myself on fire can't be that hard
                        <Add1ct> but tackling a mosquito might prove a challenge

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                        • Originally posted by MaxV View Post
                          I hope Jaimie Thomas makes the roster.

                          Other then Lilja, he might be the only true OG on our team.
                          There are a number of things about Thomas. Jaimie Thomas isn't a Colts style Guard. He's very heavy, and lacks the agility neccessary for a Zone Blocking system. What Thomas really needs is a year out of playing, where he can slowly drop the weight, instead of a massive drop over the summer that will see him lose a lot of his drive, and also learn the system. He isn't, in my opinion, ready to play, even in a rotation. In a year, if he drops 15-20 lbs and improves his technique then bring him in.
                          Originally posted by George Carlin

                          In Football the object is for the Field General to be on target with his aerial assault, riddling the Defence by hitting his Receivers with deadly accuracy, in spite of the Blitz, even if he has to use the Shotgun. With short bullet passes and long bombs he marches his troops into enemy territory, balancing this aerial assault with a sustained ground attack which punches holes in the forward wall of the enemy’s Defensive Line.

                          In Baseball the object is to go home and be safe.

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                          • Originally posted by Dam8610 View Post
                            Pollak will be fine. The last Colts player who had a similar situation to his coming into this season went on to be an All-Pro that year. Of course, his name is Bob Sanders, but my point is Pollak hasn't really gotten much of a chance. With a full training camp and no injuries, Pollak could make some big strides this season.
                            Exactly, Pollak missed every game before the BYE week and was then thrown into the deep end. If he can stay healthy, and get a full training camp, then I imagine that Pollak will do very well this year. There is a reason that they drafted him on the first day.
                            Originally posted by George Carlin

                            In Football the object is for the Field General to be on target with his aerial assault, riddling the Defence by hitting his Receivers with deadly accuracy, in spite of the Blitz, even if he has to use the Shotgun. With short bullet passes and long bombs he marches his troops into enemy territory, balancing this aerial assault with a sustained ground attack which punches holes in the forward wall of the enemy’s Defensive Line.

                            In Baseball the object is to go home and be safe.

                            Comment


                            • QB - Peyton Manning, Jim Sorgi

                              RB - Joseph Addai, Donald Brown, Mike Hart

                              WR - Reggie Wayne, Anthony Gonzalez, Pierre Garçon, Austin Collie, Roy Hall

                              H-B - Gijon Robinson, Tom Santi

                              TE - Dallas Clark, Jacob Tamme

                              OT - Tony Ugoh, Ryan Diem, Charlie Johnson

                              OG - Ryan Lilja, Mike Pollak, Jamey Richard, Jaimie Thomas

                              OC - Jeff Saturday, Steve Justice

                              DE - Dwight Freeney, Robert Mathis, Raheem Brock, Marcus Howard, Curtis Johnson

                              DT - Ed Johnson, Antonio Johnson, Keyunta Dawson, Fili Moala, Terrance Taylor, Eric Foster

                              SLB - Philip Wheeler, Freddie Keiaho, Tyjuan Hagler

                              MLB - Gary Brackett, Adam Seward

                              WLB - Clint Session, Jordan Senn

                              CB - Kelvin Hayden, Marlin Jackson, Tim Jennings, Jerraud Powers, Michael Coe, TJ Rushing

                              FS - Antoine Bethea, Melvin Bullitt

                              SS - Bob Sanders, Matt Giordano, Jamie Silva

                              ST - Adam Vinatieri, Pat McAfee, Justin Snow

                              Practice Squad

                              Curtis Painter - QB
                              Colin Cloherty - TE
                              Cornelius Lewis - OG
                              Pat Kuntz - DT
                              Mike Tauiliili - LB
                              Brandon Foster - CB

                              John Oesher has named his Colts Roster, though either he or I have done our sums wrong, because I count 55 players there, including 29 Defensive Players, and 11 on the Defensive Line. Oesher is convinced though that we will be bringing in all 7 Linebackers and all 5 Safeties.
                              Originally posted by George Carlin

                              In Football the object is for the Field General to be on target with his aerial assault, riddling the Defence by hitting his Receivers with deadly accuracy, in spite of the Blitz, even if he has to use the Shotgun. With short bullet passes and long bombs he marches his troops into enemy territory, balancing this aerial assault with a sustained ground attack which punches holes in the forward wall of the enemy’s Defensive Line.

                              In Baseball the object is to go home and be safe.

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                              • Originally posted by Seamus2602 View Post
                                Exactly, Pollak missed every game before the BYE week and was then thrown into the deep end. If he can stay healthy, and get a full training camp, then I imagine that Pollak will do very well this year. There is a reason that they drafted him on the first day.
                                Yeah I think Pollack learned to swim by being tossed in the deep end.

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                                Originally posted by killxswitch
                                Bill Polian is cancer wrapped in AIDS delivered in an XXL enema so please don't expect me to disagree with you.

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