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There may not be another team in the AFC w/ higher expectations in 2015 than the Indianapolis Colts. Fans still feel that the team was cheated during the AFC Championship game against the Patriots, & perhaps rightfully so. This team should have a chip on their shoulders after getting obliterated 45-7. Many believe this team is one step closer to obtaining another Super Bowl trophy & maybe they are. But if this unit is going to get over the hump then quarterback Andrew Luck has got to limit his turnovers. The guy threw 4 picks during last year's playoffs, including 2 costly INT's against New England. If he does that, there's no limit to what this team can accomplish. & w/ the off-season additions of wide receiver Andre Johnson & running back Frank Gore, Luck may finally have enough offensive help to capture a Lombardi trophy. Those guys may be nearing the end of their careers but they still have enough in them to make another Super Bowl run in 2015. I'm anxious to see what the defense will look like. Despite recording 41 sacks last year, this team still surrendered a lot of points, particularly in games against Pittsburgh & New England (twice). Bringing in linebacker Trent Cole is a nice pickup. He'll get a chance to help make that defense even better. There's a very bright future in Indy but can they live up to expectations? How will they respond after playing extremely poorly in the conference title game? Tune into "The Rocket Sports Breakdown" Tuesday June 30th @ 10:30am in another 32 for 32 NFL team coverage. Rocket Nation, get ready for a power trip.
The Jacksonville Jaquars are almost a forgotten team for a good portion of the NFL fan base - after all the last time they appeared in the playoffs was 2007 and the last time they went 500 was in 2010. That's a long time.
For Next Fan Up's Jaquars superfan, Ryan this season is all about seeing quarterback Blake Bortles finally getting a great tight end in Julus Thomas. Plus the AFC South's second place position is wide open and there is hope that the Jaguars could step into that spot and with time and good draft choices be a contender against the Colts.
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Since our last episode, the Indianapolis Colts have wrapped up their two-week training camp at Anderson University and have played their first preseason game - a 36-10 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. In this episode of the podcast, Stampede Blue's Josh Wilson recaps camp and the first preseason game.
Stampede Blue's Josh Wilson debuts the Stampede Blue Radio podcast by previewing training camp 2015, answering your twitter questions about the team and camp this year - such as: what's the current situation at right tackle and left guard? Was cutting Gosder Cherilus the right move? What position battles should you be watching out for? And what about undrafted free agents? For answers to these quesitons and more, take a listen to Stampede Blue's Colts 2015 training camp preview podcast.
Just a chat about our marvelous Colts. Their win Their fans. Their Super Bowl prospects.
The Lions nip the Jacksonville Jaguars by the final score of 22-17 at EverBank Field in Jacksonville. Robb Gillies analyzes the pros and cons (including too many penalties) of it with me. The debate for the backup QB position just got heated up a little.
I recap the series opener between the Tigers and the AL East-leading Toronto Blue Jays from Rogers Centre. The Tigers lose again 5-3 and thus fall 7 games below the .500 mark. The evaluation for Tigers manager Brad Ausmus early on is not looking good thus far in the late stages of the 2015 MLB regular season.
Check out the Offseason discussion of the NY Football Giants with the Bleed Blue Show platform with hosts and stakeholders to have open dialogue with this season in review, off season moves to be had and ways to improve the team from the fan perspective. This episode will touch on the PreSeason matchup vs the Jacksonville Jaguars. Off season personnel moves, changes in schemes, free agency, draft, roster adjustments, and transactions as a whole - what are you expecting as a NY Giants fans between now and the regular season. There will be a lot of offseason discussion to be had and can be found right here on the Giants Round Table. Tune into the BleedBlueShow.
The Indianapolis Basketball Summit had a great showing from players, coaches, and scouts. We will announce the all-tournament teams from the camp along with the MVP. Also we will give updates about recent player signings and the private NBA D-League workouts that our players took part in.
Be sure to join Jeff Hartman and Lance Williams of BehindtheSteelCurtain.com for their weekly talk show 'The Standard is the Standard'. On this episode, the guys will talk about several burning topics in regards to the Pittsburgh Steelers and their trek through the preseason as they prepare for the regular season. Take a look at the run down for tonight's show:
- Top 5 Defensive Observations after the Vikings game
- Top 5 Offensive Observations after the Vikings game
- What to watch for vs. the Jaguars Friday
- Bubble players who need to perform
- A spirited game of Fact or Fiction
- Q&A from callers
As always, you can call in to make the conversation a discussion by calling (347) 850-8581 at any time during the show and we will get you on the air. Be sure to be listening LIVE tonight at 9 p.m. EST for the best Steelers talk on the internet.
"With the second pick in the NFL draft, the Tennessee Titans select Marcus Mariota" and "With the third pick in the NFL draft, the Jacksonville Jaguars select Dante Fowler, Jr." The AFC South proudly had the Indianapolis Colts, in the AFC Championship game. However, they also had two teams that drafed second and third, respectively.
The Indianapolis Colts have won back to back AFC East titles, and played in the AFC Championship. Andrew Luck has been everything the Colts hoped for when they drafted him with the first pick. Offensively, they can line up against defense and put up points. The finished third in passing offense, but a disappointing 22nd, in rushing. Defensively, the ranked a modest 11th, in yards allowed. The lack of pass rush was evident, in the AFC Championship. Through the draft and free agency, the Colts added Andre Johnson, Frank Gore, and Phillip Dorsett. Two areas of concern: the offensive line and defense.
Houston finished 9-7, and made the division race interesting, at one point. However, J.J. Watt can not do everything even though he tried. This team is the complete opposite of the Colts. They win with defense. They added Vince Wolfork, and are hoping that Jadeveon Clowney can return from his knee injury, and be as good as advertised. Adrian Foster is going to miss significant time, which will hurt an already struggling offense. The biggest question will be quarterback play. They traded for Ryan Mallett last year, let Ryan Fitzpatrick leave, but Brian Hoyer is listed as the starting quarterback. There should be no concern about defense, but offensively there are huge question marks.
NABWIC Talks with CEO Paul Tutwiler
Northwest Jacksonville Community Development Corporation
Paul Tutwiler serves as the Chief Executive Officer (C.E.O.) of Northwest Jacksonville Community Development Corporation (NJCDC) since August 2002. He is originally from Memphis, Tennessee, but has enjoyed the last 30 years working in Jacksonville, Florida. He is a graduate of Memphis State University earning a Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration and Philosophy. He also attended the University of Florida graduate program for Urban and Regional Planning. Prior to his tenure at (NJCDC) he worked with Local Initiatives Support Corporation for two years as an assistant program officer. This was preceded by two years in the redevelopment of the Oaks of Durkeeville Public Housing Development. He has a passion for history and music.
He served on the Enterprise Zone Board and chairman of the Urban Core Vision Plan Steering Committee with the City of Jacksonville. Tutwiler was appointed by the mayor of Jacksonville to the Community Wealth Building Initiative Task Force in September of 2014. Additionally, he is a member of the Florida Alliance of CDCs since 2009. His volunteer time is spent enjoying the study of Jacksonville’s history. Among notable achievements he is a founding board member of the Durkeeville Historical Society and the Myrtle/Moncrief Business Association.
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