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  • #31
    Colts wasted Andrew Luck for 5 seasons, placed on IR



    So with Andrew Luck placed on injured reserve and the shoulder surgery being a failure, how likely is it that he will ever return to the football field?

    Would the colts be willing to trade him to get him off their books if they felt his career was over?

    Speculate on wether or not you would make the trade and at what cost.

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    • #32
      Wow that really sucks. He was on the verge of setting some really nice marks

      How ironic would it be if Brock turns into an All Pro this season (I know I know) ....... when Houston loses their starter

      I'm gonna miss that Houston production for my draftkings line ups
      The beatings will continue until morale improves....

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      • #33
        How does his contract work if he never plays again? He has the 44m guaranteed, but 87m total guaranteed? I don't understand exactly how that works. Is the remaining of the 43m out of the 87 only guaranteed if he is on the team?

        Regardless, the man made A LOT of money if this is the end.
        Last edited by Joshua2585; 11-03-2017, 09:46 AM.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Joshua2585 View Post
          How does his contract work if he never plays again? He has the 44m guaranteed, but 87m total guaranteed? I don't understand exactly how that works. Is the remaining of the 43m out of the 87 only guaranteed if he is on the team?

          Regardless, the man made A LOT of money if this is the end.
          If his career is over due to injury I'd say they are still in the hook for the remainder of his contract. They'd still have to keep him in the roster for the amount of time both parties agreed upon.

          However if they traded him, he could restructure with another team if he felt he could still play. The only problem is that team would want some type of security in case he is done.

          Kind of the same situation with Manning however the don't see the Colts cutting him but they could opt to trade him.

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          • #35
            With so much research into stem-cells and other cutting edge medical procedures available to multi-millionaires, I'd be extremely surprised if they couldn't fix what the issue is.

            Not sure exactly what his injury was, but I had a fully torn labrum from football. It took me almost 2 years to be able to get back to "normal" and lift again. Shoulder injuries are weird. There is always pain, but it's manageable. However, he has A LOT more available to him. I'm sure he'll be back in the off-season.

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            • #36
              Sad news no doubt. The guy was lighting it on fire, and Hopkins and Fuller were killing it on the stats sheet.

              But there's always a positive....

              If I'm Houston's leadership, I find the right pieces for next season, because it appears, once healthy, this is a real contender. When right, they are only as few pieces away.

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              • #37
                Originally posted by Sam_Z View Post
                https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/t...ns-in-process/

                So with Andrew Luck placed on injured reserve and the shoulder surgery being a failure, how likely is it that he will ever return to the football field?

                Would the colts be willing to trade him to get him off their books if they felt his career was over?

                Speculate on wether or not you would make the trade and at what cost.
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                • #38
                  Are the Tennessee Titans legit?

                  It seems like all year the media wanted Tennessee to win the AFC South. Unlike Jacksonville and Houston, the Titans have a complete offense on paper - or so we thought. That was before the Clowns of all teams nearly pulled off an upset, keeping Marcus Mariota and Co. out of the end zone in a 68+ minute game. Their loss to Oakland was worse than the score. They weren't good in the first half of the Jaguars game and improved after former Broncos Malik Jackson got hurt. So my question is, Are the Titans overrated media darlings or a team that could win in a tougher division?

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                  • #39
                    They have the talent to win it all
                    "Happiness is just an illusion, filled with sadness and confusion." Jimmy Ruffin

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                    • #40
                      "Win it all" is a big stretch. They don't have a secondary like the No Fly Zone.b I like Marcus Mariota's ability to do anything in the pocket even when he is a human statue.

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                      • #41
                        They will go as far as Corey Davis can take them, he's the X factor with this offense. Started out strong with 6 catches and 60+ yards week one and has been hurt ever since. He comes back this week so hopefully it can open up their passing game because outside of Walker they are devoid of talent.

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                        • #42
                          Fans of other teams

                          Does anyone else support more than one team, or another team instead of the Broncos? If so, name that team.

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