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1 minute ago, New York Mick said:

Getting lucky then ******* up the rest of the draft is not winning. 

What have they f*cked up so far?

They added a player who in my eyes is neck and neck with Wentz as the best QB prospect to come out since Luck, a high motor 5-tech with freaky upside to potentially replace Wilkerson, a TE who if healthy is probably an adequate starter at the next level, and now Macc seems to have the next 30-40 players on his board grouped closely together and wants as many shots as possible. 

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Fire Macc.  Sick of this garbage.  

An amazing amount of resources spent on a group that doesn’t have a pass rusher anywhere in the ranks.

Our generally Top 10 Defense got three new DL's and a DB.  In FA we got the top-rated DB and a bunch of others on D. Our O, which hasn't been top ten all but once in the past 100 hundred years it

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Just now, Untouchable said:

What have they f*cked up so far?

They added a player who in my eyes is neck and neck with Wentz as the best QB prospect to come out since Luck, a high motor 5-tech with freaky upside to potentially replace Wilkerson, a TE who if healthy is probably an adequate starter at the next level, and now Macc seems to have the next 30-40 players on his board grouped closely together and wants as many shots as possible. 

The guys they’ve taken seem quality.  The real issue was not taking properly and trading those 2nd round picks that could have netted a bell cow rb and a pass rusher.

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Just now, Untouchable said:

What have they f*cked up so far?

They added a player who in my eyes is neck and neck with Wentz as the best QB prospect to come out since Luck, a high motor 5-tech with freaky upside to potentially replace Wilkerson, a TE who if healthy is probably an adequate starter at the next level, and now Macc seems to have the next 30-40 players on his board grouped closely together and wants as many shots as possible. 

Darnold - A

Shepherd - F

Henderson - ? Healthy C, no healthy F

Trades - F

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Colts placed DE Henry Anderson on injured reserve with a laryngeal fracture, ending his season.
He suffered the injury Sunday against Houston. It's another big loss for a Colts team that can't seem to catch a break. He recorded 22 tackles, with two sacks and one forced fumble over 380 defensive snaps this season. The 26-year-old holds PFF's No. 15 run-stopping grade out of 44 qualifiers at defensive tackle. Wed, Nov 8, 2017 07:55:00 PM
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https://www.stampedeblue.com/2018/4/10/17219410/henry-anderson-slims-down-for-role-in-colts-new-defense

Henry Anderson is an interesting player. As a rookie in 2015, Anderson was off to a great start before Kendall Langford tripped and fell into his right knee, tearing his ACL and ending his season just nine games in. The road back took time, and when he finally was back, it took more time still to get that knee to 100 percent.

Before that could happen, he tweaked the left knee. It isn’t unusual for an athlete to sustain an injury on the opposite side of the body because of favoring an injured limb, but it was still crushing to finish the season banged up yet again.

When the 2017 season began, Anderson was something of an afterthought. The signings of Johnathan Hankins and Al Woods overshadowed him, and he was a part of the deepest position group on the roster.

The season started slowly for him, but he began to heat up toward the midpoint. From week seven through week nine he notched 10 tackles, 2 sacks, and a forced fumble as he really began rounding into form. Then, once again, his season was ended prematurely. A freak laryngeal fracture was the culprit, but the result was the same.

Now, Anderson faces another tough obstacle. While his health is not an issue, he will be adapting to a completely new scheme defensively, one that focuses on speed and aggressiveness to get after opposing quarterbacks.

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