Frank Reich Announced and Gives Some Much Needed Answers

The Indianapolis Colts new head coach Frank Reich was formally announced today at Lucas Oil Stadium. This was the time when the media had their chance to get some much-needed answers. He did confirm that he wasn’t taking calls or any communications about head coaching positions while in the playoffs. He told his agent he was “going dark”. He knows it could have cost him but he put the team and the task at hand before himself.  Continue reading “Frank Reich Announced and Gives Some Much Needed Answers”

Colts Get Their Coach And A Win

After the debacle that was Josh McDouchebag, I’m sorry McDaniels, the Colts were able to take a terrible situation and not only turn it for the better but actually turned it into a irsay-reich-paper-colts-620x370win. There were many reports before and after the McDaniels situation that he was a selfish person in general and that players do not care for him much at all. Many of his former players from Denver came out against McDaniels. However many of us, including me, felt that McDaniels was the guy. He is young and passionate and has learned from the greatest coach of all-time. What is bad about that? Well come to find out that he could not see himself not in New England so he left an entire franchise and coaches he asked for high and dry.  Continue reading “Colts Get Their Coach And A Win”

Free Agents The Colts Need To Target This Off-Season

So…I’m not going to focus on this head coaching search. I’m pretty sure most of the bigger blogs have handled that and beat to death. My opinion you ask? Frank Reich is the best option at this point. He has been here before and knows the organization and knows many some of the players. I think he could take charge quickly and get this team back on the rails. That’s my two cents.

MelvinSo back to what I really want to talk about, 2018 NFL Free Agency!! It’s so exciting this year because the Colts have almost 80 million dollars to use. Yes 80 MILLION DOLLARS!!! That is a huge amount of money to fill these holes. The biggest issue is that they don’t know what’s up with Luck but that shouldn’t sway them to not go after guys on both sides of the ball that will help this team no matter what. Of course I’m aware that not every free agent works out but I have a great feeling about Ballard. He isn’t afraid to go after big names but if he knows there are some smaller names who will have a bigger impact then that’s who he will target. Anywho and without further ado, I give you my list of free agents the Colts should target this year.   Continue reading “Free Agents The Colts Need To Target This Off-Season”

Colts Must Build Offense Around The Quarterback, No Matter Who It Is

I’m finally back!!! Been a long time since I wrote and I have missed it so much. Some of you may have seen my responses on Facebook or Twitter but I just couldn’t get my point across. I recently posted I would scream if I had to hear or read from another nationalballard pundit that said the Colts much focus on defense during the 2018 free agency period and use their first two picks on the defensive side of the ball. Really?!?! How about getting a strong wall in front of the quarterback who will be leading this Colts team next season. It may be Luck or it may be Brissett. No one knows right now. All reports are pointing to the return of Andrew Luck this season. Can we believe the Colts after the debacle last year? I would like to think we can but maybe not the whole report. If Luck doesn’t come back and they don’t get someone in free agency or the draft then it would look like Jacoby Brissett is the next Colts quarterback.

So to get back on point the Colts must build this offense from the quarterback down. So it should go: quarterback, offensive line, wide receiver/tight ends then running backs. However if we followed what many are saying they would add someone like Saquon Barkley to the team and add Bennie Logan to the defense via free agency. That’s crazy talk. This off-season if the Colts don’t build the offensive line and add an offensive weapon or two via free agency then they have lost already. No matter who is the quarterback this team will not thrive unless those two things happen. Continue reading “Colts Must Build Offense Around The Quarterback, No Matter Who It Is”