You've debated who the best long snapper in the NFL has been for months... yes it is that time of year again. No football games to be played until the Hall of Fame game on Aug. 3. That means complete boredom for football fans. Training camp is just around the corner and everyone can talk about how great their team looks in practice.
"We talkin' 'bout practice?" Yes, Allen. We're talking about practice...but not on WalterFootball.com.
I'm beginning my new NFL Draftology series where I tackle NFL Draft Theory. Understanding why the draft unfolds as it does. Why do teams make certain decisions? How do you rebuild a franchise? How do you make your franchise elite? And most importantly, what is the future of the NFL Draft? I'm going to examine previous draft picks and trades, and explain why they are pertinent to understanding what the NFL Draft is all about.
I realize it is hard to know intimate details about every team in the league. But Ballard didn't need to address Luck's protection. Over the last half of the season the Colts offensive line showed major improvement. They have a solid player in Haeg and Clark went from completely worthless in preseason action to being a serviceable RT by the last 4 games. I expect the growth from Kelly across the right side of the line to be enough to have fixed the OL. Grigson was mostly worthless outside of 2012 draft but his parting gift of the 2016 draft class of lineman might have finally been the OL answer.
I understand you think from your perspective, but by now you should understand you do not come close to thinking like the Seahawks F.O., as a fan I have come to embrace not knowing their thought pattern and enjoy the ride. Many would feel you are along the lines of what the old-school GM of the Colts said of Mel Kiper. But your site keeps me amused at times