Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by titanfanatic, Aug 24, 2019.
True talent... I still remember him beating my Hokies on his own. Good for him!
What part of that was hard for you to understand?
That he was relived of his duties in 2017.
But the Colts didn't start to solidify the OL after this departure.
I was picking titans second behind the colts this year. Now we have no excuses, we have to make the playoffs. We should win the division, but even if we don't we should get in a wildcard easily with the colts out. Now 4 wins in the division should be easy.
That is true but he started drafting OL in 2014, wich includes the likes of Thornton & Mewhort.
Colts QB SAVIOR SWAG KELLY.
I do admit that Grigson was a terrible GM, but I don't think he's to blame for Luck's early retirement.
If Luck is injury prone and mentally fragile, then it is what it is.
Grigson was good enough of a GM to constantly beat us, right?
Grigson was a huge bust of a GM. And what kind of argument is "he was good enough to beat us"? Lmao.
Luck and Hilton were obvious picks. Luck, Fleener, Allen, and Hilton, have all been at least solid NFL players, none of the late round picks made by Grigson had any NFL success. Luck and Hilton are the two main pieces of the Colts’ offense to this day, and were definitely great picks by Grigson. Grigson drafted two solid tight ends in Fleener and Allen, but it was a bit of a head scratcher to draft two tight ends so early in the draft. This was arguably Grigson’s best draft as the general manager of the Colts, yet only two of the players are still on the Colts, and only four of the players are still in the NFL. Newsome, Jackson, and John are no longer with the team, and were unimportant players in their brief stints with the team.
This was not a particularly strong draft by Grigson, especially considering the fact that he traded a first round pick for Trent Richardson.