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position until its run in the Playoffs
ends ,
the latest compensatory pick projections eliminate what could have been a
seventh round pick for Frank Gore. This leaves Indianapolis with nine total
picks including one each in the first, third, fifth, sixth and seventh rounds
and two each in the second and fourth rounds.At this point, the Colts appear to
have primary weaknesses at pass rush and wide receiver. Chris Ballard has made
it a point to focus on winning games in the trenches and give the expectation
that the 2019 NFL Draft will be filled with defensive line talent, it won’t be a
surprise to see one or more of the early picks used to add talent in this area.
The secondary and linebacker group could also both be improved, particularly in
terms of depth and rotational talent.Stay tuned for our growing list of
prospects that could draw the attention of the Colts scouting department. Until
then Parris Campbell
, please review the great work Zach Hicks has done throughout the
season in identifying key prospects.Scouting Notebook: Underrated Defensive
Tackle Prospects - Stampede BlueColts need more youth in the defensive front and
these are some capable additions through the draft.Scouting Notebook: First
Round Risers + a new Colts Mock Draft - Stampede BlueThese few players have
risen quite noticeably this college football season.Scouting Notebook: Senior
Bowl Edition, Defensive Invitees - Stampede BlueWho are some defenders the Colts
should be watching at the Senior Bowl?Scouting Notebook: Senior Bowl Edition,
Offensive Invitees - Stampede BlueThe first round of invites for the Senior Bowl
are outScouting Notebook: Another weekly look at prospects around College
Football - Stampede BlueThe Indianapolis Colts just completed their fourth
straight victory by thrashing the Tennessee Titans 38-10 at home. Things are
looking up for the team as they still have their sights set on a...Scouting
Notebook: College prospects that would be good fits with the Colts - Stampede
BlueThe Colts are heading into a big game against the Jacksonville Jaguars but
they should still be keeping an eye on college players this Saturday. With
plenty of needs and Chris Ballard showing that...Scouting Notebook: Potential
first round players to watch - Stampede BlueWho are some first round defenders
the Colts could target in 2019?Scouting Notebook: Week 9 players to watch in
college football - Stampede BlueAnother week and yet another Scouting Notebook.
With the 2-5 Indianapolis Colts taking on a very underwhelming Oakland Raiders
squad, the team could be heading in the right direction before the
bye...Scouting Notebook: Top Dogs and a way too early Colts mock draft -
Stampede BlueWho are the 2019 Draft’s top prospects to watch for the
Colts?Scouting Notebook: Prospects to watch in the Red River Rivalry - Stampede
BlueWhich Oklahoma and Texas players should Colts fans have their eyes
on?Scouting Notebook: Pac-12 players to watch for the Colts - Stampede
BlueAnother week and another scouting notebook to highlight the best college
prospects for the Colts. Last week we covered receivers and one of those
receivers— Marquise "Hollywood" Brown— just had a...Scouting Notebook: Potential
Colts wide receiver prospects - Stampede BlueWith the Colts weak at WR, who
should you be watching on Saturdays?Scouting Notebook: A weekly look at
potential Colts prospects - Stampede BlueWhich college players could fit the
Colts rebuild? The Colts face their first road game since the bye week and it
comes against a Jaguars team that is in complete disarray. Regardless of how
much this game seems like a lock for the Colts, it is one they’ll need to enter
with their heads on straight. A win keeps them pace for pace with the Texans,
and depending on the results around the
league ,
could put them in position for a wild card spot. The ideal scenario is to show
up for a full game on both sides and roundly beat the Jaguars, giving them
confidence as they continue toward a huge game against the Texans the following
week. Here is where you can catch all the action:Game Time1 pm ET Sunday
December 2, 2018LocationTIAA Bank Field – Jacksonville, FLTV ChannelCBS — Tom
McCarthy (Play-by-play) and Steve Beuerlein (Color)RadioWFNI (1070 The Fan) and
WLHK (HANK FM) — Matt Taylor (play-by-play), Jim Sorgi (color) and Barry Krauss
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@StampedeBlue for the complete Colts coverage.FacebookLike Stampede Blue on
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