Posts From Byron Jewell

Team Award Predictions: Indianapolis Colts

The Indianapolis Colts are now entering year-four of the Chris Ballard era. Ballard has built this team the correct way, all starting in the trenches. With the trade of their first-round pick to the San Fransico 49ers for DeForest Buckner, they now own a very talented group of pass rushers — something they haven’t been the best at. The team started last season off at 5-2 but ended the season with a 7-9 record — well was short of the playoffs after making it to the Divisional Round in 2018. They dealt with plenty of injuries and personnel change in a quick time but now with what should be the most complete roster they’ve had in a very long time. Let’s make some predictions about what should be a playoff-contending team.

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Five Bold Predictions for the Indianapolis Colts

The Colts 2019 season was a wild one of sorts. From replacing Andrew Luck two weeks before the season, to starting 5-2 out the gate with Jacoby Brissett, to eventually miss the playoffs at 7-9 overall. Now with a new makeup on offense, along with some key players added on defense as well, this team is ready to make a strong push in the third-year under head coach Frank Reich.

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Minnesota Vikings Draft Review

Byron Jewell | May 3rd, 2020 The Vikings had a busy draft weekend, with a grand total of 15 selections. They arguably had the best draft in the league and drafted some instant impact players that are ready to play

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Indianapolis Colts Draft Review

The Colts didn’t have a first-round pick this year, but they had nine total picks and made the most of the selections they had. Indianapolis lives through the draft and developing their own guys so this a focal point for this team. They brought in a pretty good haul and had a nice mix of team need and the best talent available picks, with four of their first five selections on the offensive side of the ball.

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Jonathan Taylor: 2020 NFL Draft Scouting Report

Really exciting back who was super productive in college and could be the first running back selected in this years draft.

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Tua Tagovailoa: 2020 NFL Draft Scouting Report

Tua Tagovailoa is an elite passer, with great accuracy, excellent touch, rare intangibles, and great footwork. He’s a little short and his biggest area of concern is his durability issues but he’s confident those issues are behind him now. He has a great understanding of different styles of offense, specifically the West Coast offense, where he’ll be most effective in the NFL. He’s a potential franchise quarterback and face of the franchise.

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Indianapolis Colts Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Colts general manager Chris Ballard has made a series of moves and signing he normally doesn’t make this offseason. He addressed one of the biggest needs on the roster after trading their first-round pick for Pro Bowl defensive lineman DeForest Buckner. He also decided it was time to take the keys of the offense away from Jacoby Brissett and give them to Philip Rivers after they signed the veteran quarterback to a one-year deal. The team also decided to release Pierre Desir and replace him with long time Vikings cornerback Xavier Rhodes. All in all, the Colts have addressed a lot of their needs during the free agency period. Now, they shift their focus to the NFL Draft where they have seven total picks, after trading their first-round selection.

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Henry Ruggs III: 2020 NFL Draft Scouting Report

A highlight machine in college, I checked out the speedy Alabama wide receiver and his game.

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

For the first time in twenty years, Tom Brady will be playing for a team other than the New England Patriots. In what was the biggest move in franchise history, if not NFL history, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have seemingly decided to go “all-in” when they signed the 42-year-old quarterback on a two-year $50 million dollar deal back in March.

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Xavier Rhodes Signs One-Year Deal with Colts

The Indianapolis Colts and general manager Chris Ballard has made it clear they want to improve and add to their defense. That plan remains true as the Colts have signed their third defensive player of the offseason.

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