oh how the mighty have fallen
Originally posted by okdkid:
Originally posted by HessianDud:
sign Mathis to a lucrative extension, trade Freeney, release Manning, lose Garcon and Wayne....
they're going to need luck more than Luck.
Honestly though, I think they're going about it the right way. If you're going to rebuild, then rebuild.
Too often we see teams who need to rebuild, but try to appease the fans by bringing in mediocre talent and one big name. That just results in a 6-8 win season and average draft choices.
If Luck lives up to even half of the hype he gets, in two years the Colts will be the place to play for any FA player on offense. And they will have been built sustainably. Taking the short term hit in losses should prove valuable if their scouting staff is solid.
Originally posted by sachie23:way to expensive and he's a 4-3 end.
Originally posted by LasVegasWally:
How old is he? Does he have a history of injuries? How much $ would it take?
Right now ot front 7 is the best in NFL - Risk-Reward - Is he really worth it OR is there someone else who would be better for the team that would be a reall difference maker?
Originally posted by baltien:There's no need in having this conversation about a player that is aging, often-injured, and has never played in the 3-4 (and there is zero indicator that he can).
Originally posted by okdkid:Colts just released Gary Brackett today.
I like their approach to rebuilding. Blow it up and build it back up.