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codysmart
07-29-2010, 02:39 AM
It seems like there will be a logjam at receivers this year for the Colts. What should the depth chart be according to Indy fans? Is anyone rumored to be traded?

Colts01
07-29-2010, 03:01 AM
wayne/Garcon....gonzo/collie in the slot are the 4 main guys.highly doubt any would be traded without some sort of godfather offer,Garcon and collie work cheap by NFL standards.Sisco smith and white ,I think one or two will stick,the other to the practice squad.Collie worked for 757 thou and Garcon only 390 thou!

IndyColtsFan
08-03-2010, 09:11 PM
yea I'd go to battle with Wayne, Collie/Gonzo, Clark, and Garcon any day of the week. altho it seems like Reggie could be slowing down.

Chompurself
08-05-2010, 03:41 AM
1.Wayne
2.Garcon
3.Gonzalez
4.Collie
5.1 random guy we haven't heard of yet who Peyton will make look good.

Wordsworth
08-05-2010, 04:54 PM
altho it seems like Reggie could be slowing down.

Slowing down? Last year he had his third highest yardage total (1264yds) for his career, caught 100 passes (2nd highest, career) and had 10TDs (T-2nd highest). He is still playing at an extremely high level. Don't give up on Reggie yet.

IndyColtsFan
08-05-2010, 10:52 PM
Don't get me wrong, I love Reggie and he had a great year last year but he turns 32 during the year- I hope you are right but I just have a feeling he might slip some this year- the Colts tho have plenty of weapons if he does tho

BuckeyeRidley
08-14-2010, 09:28 PM
I'm a starter & back-up player kinda guy; I have to say that Wayne will start & then Pierre Garcon will back-up but they both could be & I think will be in. That system works for the type of offense the Colts have especially with rivals like the Pats & surging Texans!

Wordsworth
08-16-2010, 11:53 AM
I think Garcon should line up at flanker with Gonzo backing him up and being 4th, with Collie in the slot and backing up Reggie. I don't know how it will pan out though, but it seems to me that regardless of the depth chart the Colts are maybe the deepest team at receiver in the entire league.

Jaco
08-16-2010, 01:11 PM
I don't know where I'd put them, but I believe the Colts have the depth chart as follows right now:
1)Wayne
2)Garcon
3)Collie
4)Gonzo

Gonzo starts the season at #4, but I think he'll play himself higher on the depth chart. I'm interested to see how Chris Polian's proclaimed "favorite player in camp" Blair White might fit in. We also have some good receiving tight ends. Fun Fact! Last Friday, the Colts were running a wildcat formation with their 2nd string O consisting of a split back formation w/ 3 TE (one lined up as a receiver), and the QB also lined up as a receiver. WTF?!

Colts01
08-16-2010, 02:07 PM
I don't know where I'd put them, but I believe the Colts have the depth chart as follows right now:
1)Wayne
2)Garcon
3)Collie
4)Gonzo

Gonzo starts the season at #4, but I think he'll play himself higher on the depth chart. I'm interested to see how Chris Polian's proclaimed "favorite player in camp" Blair White might fit in. We also have some good receiving tight ends. Fun Fact! Last Friday, the Colts were running a wildcat formation with their 2nd string O consisting of a split back formation w/ 3 TE (one lined up as a receiver), and the QB also lined up as a receiver. WTF?!

Cant begin to imagine the colts runnin from a wildcat formation,maybe once in a big game,maybe we learned from the super bowl!

Wordsworth
08-16-2010, 04:54 PM
I applaud teams for trying out new trends in football and being willing to experiment some. I haven't ever really understood why anyone would want a QB lined up wide in the wildcat, though. They rarely go in motion to get the ball and they aren't very good receivers most of them. I wouldn't want them trying to throw a big block on the wrong guy. I've wondered why coaches don't pull them for another RB/WR/TE.

Jaco
08-16-2010, 05:06 PM
I don't mind experimenting with new stuff, but I don't understand that formation when you have Manning. The Colts kind of experimented with this last year. My recollection is hazy, but I believe they ran the flea flicker in one game last year. Addai ended up throwing a GW TD pass to Reggie Wayne. Then, the next game, they ran the play again with Wayne as the passer. Result: INT. I can see using it as a surprise play once, maybe, but you gotta believe that your chances increase when you run the offense through Peyton.