The Colts biggest failure was leaning so heavily on their QB. I think they got lazy in their front office and neglected the other facets of the team. Cost Polian his job. A lot depends on how good this new GM will be. They'll stay down a year or two, but good drafting and Andrew Luck will help get them right back to the top, I think.
can you say fair weather fans ........
do you think the ravens would have season tickets available after one bad year .......
hell no .......
Grigs is a diamond in the raw and will prove to be just as astute as his predecesor. And as far as having a couple off yrs or so.....I think AL's impact will profound and immediate....we pick right up where we left off.
Outside of HOU....no one scares me in the AFCS. So w/that in mine I truly feel that w/AL under C we will hit the ground running and churn out at the very least another winning yr if not even hit double digits. (You see Real.....thats what I meant when I said we'd pick up where we left off. Try to keep up please.)
But.....for the sake of argument....what happens if AL somehow struggles and we barely improve up on last yr's record? Fat chance but still. Like Under said....we'd be in prime position to draft another stud....and if somehow we earn #1 again (HA!) we'll sell it (i.e. Barkley) to CLE for a not so small fortune and get even better....setting us up for amazing things in '13.
Of course I'm getting ahead of myself here.....but w/so many enticing and enchanting possibilities it's hard not to. And as far as making the right picks...I have complete trust in Grigs.....rly believe Jimmy I struck the jackpot w/this hire.
Call Jimmy I quirky or eccentric or even a bit crazy or w/e....but you cannot deny he is a football man thru and thru.
And lets we forget.....there's still the other rounds of the draft to clean up in as well as the next phase of FA coming up soon after. You thought the likes of Zibs and Reddy and BMac and AL and resigning Reggie were it? We're not done by a longshot.
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