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What To Expect from the 2014 Draft: Revisited

After every draft, Colts Authority publishes the “What to Expect” series. This is designed to help establish historical baselines by which rookies can be measured. Too often fan expectations for rookies are wildly out of alignment with reasonable expectations based on past performance by similar players. The goal of What to Expect is not to predict performance. The goal is set...
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25 days ago  |  Discuss

Horseshoe Mailbag: Was Jack Mewhort a steal?

Last May the Indianapolis Colts selected Jack Mewhort, an offensive lineman from Ohio State with their first pick(2nd round). Many were shocked, as Mewhort has a third to fourth round grade on him, hell even I had that on him going into the third round in the draft. Although I did say that he would be a good fit with the Colts. Click here if you do not believe me. Our fan question...
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August 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Indianapolis Colts: Khaled Holmes hurt

It was a promising showing by the Indianapolis Colts in their first pre-season game, including, surprisingly, the first team offensive line. That is, until, Khaled Holmes hurt his ankle. Now, thankfully, he will be back in time for the season opener, but missing these next few weeks will really hurt in gaining chemistry with his fellow linemen and quarterback Andrew Luck. I have...
August 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Indianapolis Colts: Which rookies will make the team?

The Indianapolis Colts had a below average draft this year with the choices they made being only limited to five selections. This left room for a lot of undrafted rookies to be signed with the Colts as they look to establish their roster for the 2014 season. Now a lot of these undrafted rookies will have a lot to overcome during this offseason and in the preseason as well. With that...
May 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Indianapolis Colts: Grading all 5 picks

The Indianapolis Colts had a less than impressive draft this year. With only having five total picks this year and not making any trades to gain more picks or even find a way to get back into the first round, the Colts had to be very selective when it came to their choices. Most of these choices were far from impressive. 2nd round (59 overall) – Colts select tackle Jack Mewhort...
May 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Is Jack Mewhort What the Colts Need?

The Indianapolis Colts chose not to make any trades to move up in this year’s draft leaving them to wait until the 59th overall pick before being on the clock. One key area that the Colts needed to be address was their offensive line, and they used their second round pick to do so with the selection of Jack Mewhort . Mewhort was a three-year starter for Urban Meyer at Ohio State...
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May 10, 2014  |  Discuss

What To Expect 2014: Jack Mewhort

Welcome back to “What to Expect”. Each spring, I evaluate the picks the Colts make, and try to set realistic baselines for player performance based on recent drafts of similar players. Keep in mind that this series does not predict performance. It simply sets reasonable expectations. This allows us to accurately measure if a player has lived up his normal draft position. In the...
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May 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Colts come out as big winners on day 2 of NFL draft

What seemed like the longest wait since waiting for the Simpsons movie the Colts finally made their two picks Friday night. Welcome to the NFL Jack Mewhort and Donte Moncrief. Indianapolis fans cannot wait to see what you have to bring to the horseshoe. With their first pick, the Colts took Mewhort, a tackle from Ohio State. Mewhort is 6’6″ 309 pounds. Back in March I was high...
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May 10, 2014  |  Discuss

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