As we prepare for some real Indianapolis Colts football, George Bremer joined me to look at, and discuss various parts of the initial depth chart and how it was structured. Additionally, we discuss and preview the Week 1 matchup against the Los Angeles Rams.
We discuss the dynamic of Chris Ballard and Chuck Pagano’s relationship, how much say in the depth chart Ballard is effecting, how — despite it being one of the fan base’s major issues from the days of Ryan Grigson — Ballard having a say in the decisions is a vastly different process than that of the previous regime’s.
We talk about how the offense and defense will have to gameplan, and scheme in order to find some success this week while also hitting on how long the defense may take to come full circle with the talent up front and the youth on the back end. We touch on John Simon and Jabaal Sheard and how their roles will be versus what they actually provide to the defense as well.
Offensively, George and I talk about how the Colts offense could get T.Y. Hilton more involved, and just how imperative it is that they do early and often. Naturally, this leads us into the backfield and what we expect from that unit as well.
We talk about Denzelle Good moving to right tackle and give our thoughts about it, as well as why Joe Haeg has fallen on the depth chart if Chuck Pagano is so happy with how he looks. We also talk injuries and much, muck more as we look ahead to the first Colts game of the season.
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