To provide some more context, Mo and Granson are BOTH the TE1 just in different roles. Mo and Ogletree are the inline TE's while Granson and Mallory are the flex TE's. For those of you not as familiar with football lingo... Mo will be primarily used to block while Granson will be used as a receiver, which is what I expected. We'll probably see Mo on the field a decent amount since Steichen runs an RPO offense, but don't expect him to catch many passesMo listed as TE1 for the season opener on Sunday.
The Colts released their Week 1 unofficial depth chart ahead of their season opener against the Jacksonville Jaguars at Lucas Oil Stadium. Check it out below:www.colts.com
Man, if only we had one more year with him.
Look WW. The coaches are in practice. Minshew is on his third franchise. If Minshew was a starter they'd know it . He is a journey man a back up and there is nothing wrong with that. He'll be a 6-10 million a year guy. Poor him.Still not sure why they started the rookie instead of Minshew.
Well, now Richardson is hurt...Look WW. The coaches are in practice. Minshew is on his third franchise. If Minshew was a starter they'd know it he is a journey man and their is nothing wrong with that. He'll be a 6-10 million a year guy. Poor him.
But at the end of the day, Colts are going long term. Long term Richardson is their guy. Lose a little now in a year you dont have a chance 2-3 years down the road maybe you have a good player. Time will tell.
Doesnt matter that’s why you have a Minshew he steps in and holds it down until Richardson can com back. Richardson didnt look all that bad and certainly not as bad as folks on this board thought he would be. The critics loved him.Well, now Richardson is hurt...