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Мнениеот panxing18 » 06 Ное 2018, 06:26

Colts Preseason Week 3: Last 5 in Cheap Quincy Wilson Jersey , first 5 out In Week 3 of the preseason, the Indianapolis Colts had some very good performances, but also had some pitiful outings as well.difficult to be able to tell who is battling for a roster spot, and who may be gone anyway and replaced with a roster casualty from another team.Chris Ballard and Frank Reich have their work cut out for them this year, and all they can hope for is a sudden improvement from those near the bottom of the roster. In that same breath, they have to be realistic about some of the guys who have risen to be better options than some recent draft picks as well.This week’s lists are a bit of a mixed bag where I’m going more off of talent than attempting to fit in the right amount of players of a specific position to round out the roster. At any rate, here’s what we’ve got following the Colts’ third preseason outing against the San Francisco 49ers.Last 5 in:(48) Ryan GrantI know this feels like a ridiculous addition to the list as he’s pretty clearly the WR3 on the current depth chart. But, I’ve had enough of him quite honestly. He’s had just 1 catch this preseason, and has only been targeted 4 times. Sadly, there is STILL zero chemistry between he and Andrew Luck, despite the coaching staff’s statement of him being a good route runner, and doing all of these little things, etcetera, he’s still not doing anything to exude faith in his abilities on the field.He’s the No. 3 receiver, this shouldn’t be an issue. If there were more depth at the position on the roster right now, he’d be right here where I have him and maybe lower.(49) Ryan DelaireNot everyone on this area of the list is here for the same reason. Where some are on the ‘last 5 in’ because they’re dropping down the charts, Ryan Delaire is here because he’s rising... quickly. Delaire has to be rostered at this point, don’t you think? He notched 2 sacks against the 49ers, and has continued to show that he has a nice bag of moves mixed with great explosion and a high motor. Right now, I’d be giving Delaire snaps over everyone other than John Simon, Jabaal Sheard and Kemoko Turay. This defense needsplaymakers, and the rest of the position isn’t showing that they can be.(50) Zach PascalPascal is still hanging out here, but it’s because he’s been the most consistent of the bunch fighting for those WR4/5 spots. Now he didn’t have any catches in the Colts third preseason game, but he did show that he’s got some reliability in terms of being a special teams return man.This is, however, one of the most fluid positions on the roster and can literally change overnight. This position is making it quite difficult to fill out the roster, but Pascal has a nice combination of ability, size and special teams attributes that should keep him safe depending upon September 2nd waiver claims.(51) Matthew AdamsI’m still a bit fan of Adams to make this roster. Antonio Morrison isn’t even on the roster anymore, and that should be a peak behind the curtain about what Chris Ballard, Matt Eberflus and Frank Reich feel about the rookie’s abilities on the field.He’s proving to be a solid defender as well as a nice special teamer with a good combination of physicality and instincts. (52) Chris MiltonMilton has continued his solid play, thus bumping him up to the ‘5 in’ list. I had him just outside of the 53 last week, but he stacked another solid outing on top of his Week 2 preseason performance with a pass defensed and 5 tackles. His coverage has been very good lately, his physical play has been noticeable, and outside of maybe D.J. White the rest of the group has done very little to earn a roster spot. They’ll all get a lot of snaps to make their case for the coaching staff http://www.coltscheapshop.com/cheap-authentic-ryan-grant-jersey , but Milton has a leg up on them going into PSW4 in my eyes.(53* | Turbin) Nyheim HinesUnfortunately, Hines is one on this list who is falling. Like a rock, if we’re being honest. Do I expect him to be in this predicament in the coaches eyes? Not really. But, his special teams “ability” is just about out of positive things to say about it, and he isn’t showing out as an effective ball carrier.He is physical, and doesn’t shy away from the contact, but he’s not going anywhere either and that’s what matters most I’d guess. He doesn’t find that next gear when returning the ball, because he’s now in his own head about putting the ball on the ground so many times this preseason. He may be a ‘weapon’ in the slot, or out wide in some packages, but he’s not a good running back or return man right now and that’s honestly where he’s needed most.First 5 out:Tarell BashamI just don’t know how to put it another way. Basham isn’t cutting it as a pass rusher, run stopper or a technician. We’ve talked about him so much over the past 12 months that I feel as if I’ve already written too much about a guy who hasn’t done anything while donning the horseshoe.Basham had one nice snap on Saturday against the 49ers, and beat his man — so, honestly, good for him. However, a guy who didn’t play football last year actually earned the sack on that play because he could bend around the edge, and Basham couldn’t enough to make the play. That guy — Ryan Delaire.Darrell DanielsDaniels is beginning to grow on me. But, that doesn’t mean that he’s any better than Ross Travis or Erik Swoope. Daniels has been pretty solid, while not really flashing much this summer and he’s made some plays.On the other hand he’s missed some opportunities for some plays as well. I really think this just comes down to Reich’s preference and what he feels the offense needs more. Maybe PSW4 gives a bit more insight on how he stacks up against Swoope and Travis, but right now Daniels isn’t on the roster in my mind.Kasen WilliamsWilliams hasn’t done much of late to harden his case for the roster. He didn’t see a single target Saturday, and while he’s not getting noticed, a couple others are. I think you can make the case that Seantavius Jones and Steve Ishmael are showing that they’re more reliable and consistent.Again, the final preseason game will go a long way in allowing Williams to showcase what he can offer the team. I think he’s more talented than Ishmael and Jones, but it may all come down to production when it’s all said and done.T.J. GreenGreen left Saturday’s game with an injury, and he’s done little to nothing before that to set himself apart from the rest of the safeties vying for a roster spot. Green has always been one of the most athletic players on the team, but he’s also been one of the least productive as well.At this point, I’d rather have newly signed safety Robenson Therezie make the roster. All that length and speed that Green possesses is nice, don’t get me wrong. But, if he can’t cover and offers very little that someone else can to the roster, what’s the point?Austin HowardThere isn’t a larger disappointment on the roster right now. Not because others haven’t dropped the ball, but because Howard was billed as an average NFL starting right tackle. PFF lied to us. Howard has been nothing short of awful in the preseason, and that’s putting it nicely. He hasn’t been able to hold down the position from a guy who wasn’t in the league last year (J’Marcus Webb), hasn’t beat out a rookie who is actually a guard (Braden Smith) and is being experimented with at tackle, or a guy who’s actually injured (Denzelle Good). He was replaced after the very first drive Saturday, and I wouldn’t be surprised if he’s cut before September 1.Indianapolis Colts Week 4 game balls vs Texans The Indianapolis Colts (1-3) fell to their divisional rival Houston Texans (1-3) in overtime Sunday afternoon as they lost their second straight one-score game in as many weeks. We did see Andrew Luck get back in the swing of things with a 464-yard passing day, adding 4 touchdowns after his less-than-stellar Week 3 performance that drew so much ire in regards to the lack of any downfield passing attack.The reality in this game is that the Colts dug themselves such a massive hole in the first half that it made this comeback quite improbably to begin with. The part that hurts the most is that they did indeed comeback to take the lead on a 13-play scoring drive on the first possession of OT Rigoberto Sanchez Jersey , but still couldn’t get it done in the end.Win or lose, the Colts had some players with great performances that deserve some game balls for their effort.OFFENSENyheim HinesA lot of what Hines did Sunday was earned off the arm of Andrew Luck, given that he only rushed for 10 yards on 4 carries. However, Hines certainly came through as a weapon in the passing game. Hines caught 9 balls for 63 yards, and tallied 2 touchdowns on the day.Hines first score of the day came midway through the third quarter which closed the scoring gap for the Colts from 28-10 to 28-17. It wasn’t just a catch, though, it was a catch ina way not many would expect to see Hines making. Hauling in a 50-50 ball over the arms of Tyrann Matthieu is not how many are guessing to see Hines snatch a touchdown out of the air as if he was a big-bodied receiver. He did, though, and he got both feet in bounds in a pivotal position in the game. Hines second score of the game was equally important, just not quite as acrobatic. With less than a minute to go in regulation, Hines hauled in low bullet at about the 1-yard line and backpedaled into the end zone with just 0:45 left in the fourth quarter and pulled the Colts within 2 points. Hines has apparently gotten over his hands issue that he was facing in the preseason, and he’s been a nice option for Luck to go to in virtually any area of the field. Other notable performances that could be argued for their own game ball would be Luck, T.Y. Hilton (4 catches, 113 receiving yards), Zach Pascal (6 catches for 56 yards and a touchdown) or maybe even Eric Ebron (5 catches for 40 yards, TD), though you can make the point that he should have had closer to 100 yards, but couldn’t hang on to some crucial passes thrown his way.DEFENSEDenico AutryQuite honestly it was just nice to see Autry back on the field today. He didn’t have Darius Leonard’s tackling production or anything like that, and he didn’t dominate throughout the day necessarily either. On the other hand, Autry picked up 9 total tackles, 4 for loss, and sacked Deshaun Watson twice as well. Even though Margus Hunt also notched a sack, Autry kind of took over the production for the defensive line just as Hunt has recently. Autry was also a good part of the pressure that forced Watson out of the pocket so many times on Sunday. The Colts defensive line was responsible for 5 of the team’s 7 sacks on the day and is becoming a group that is going to have to be game-planned for as the year continues. The beauty of it is that it seems to be a group effort each and every week rather than a couple guys being the defined pass rushers relied upon to turn the tide each week.You could make a real argument for Darius Leonard (13 total tackles, 1 sack, 1 TFL), or maybe even Anthony Walker (10 total tackles, 2 TFLs, 1 sack) or possibly a couple other guys as well. For his first game back, Autry got the nod from me today.SPECIAL TEAMSAdam VinatieriHonestly, who else could this have been today? Vinatieri was 2-for-2 on Sunday from 42, and 44 yards respectively. But, it was Vinny’s first field goal of the day that drew all of the attention. Vinatieri became the sole owner of the most regular season field goals (566) in NFL history.That first field goal came right before halftime which began the Colts slowly starting to inch their way back into this game at 10-21. His second on the day came as the team was threatening to take the lead for the first time in the game, and that’s exactly what his kick did for the Colts.With exactly 6 minutes left in OT, Vinatieri booted one through the uprights to give the Colts the 34-31 and looked as though it could be enough to pull out a win for this young Colts roster. Vinny has already made a large impact in the Colts season with 8 field goals on the season.
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