I dive into Colts division rival the Houston Texans with former NFL network, now Youtube NFL breakdown specialist: Brett Kollmann.
He answers some questions about the Texans, I answer question about the Colts, then we discuss the AFC South, and the gauntlet that is the 2019 regular season for each team in the division.
I talk about the new info on the injury to Andrew Luck as per owner Jim Irsay. And then discuss what I believe the injury actually is due to the previous reports, and what that means for Luck's return date.
Then I dive into some of the better performances of late preseason players!
I went to opening day of Colts training camp and recorded each play as they happened with my commentary. Full disclosure, first time with a traveling audio recorder, so I held it too close to my mouth. But great content, and a learning experience for myself..
22-time, N.Y. Times best selling author, and general sports enthusiast, talks about the past and present Patriots, Colts, AFC, and the NFL in general. Then he opens up about some of his publishing history, chances of going Hollywood, and what books inspired him through-out his life.
Sam Sinclair of Rosterguy sits down with me, and we break down every player on the 93 man roster. We talk strength's and weaknesses of each person, and whether we think they make the 53 man roster or Practice Squad.
I interview UDFA Defensive Tackle from Alcorn State university, Sterling Shippy. I ask the Colts prospect, who was invited to Colts rookie mini-camp to try out to make the team, a few questions involving how he felt about being selected by the Colts for this opportunity, and some of his strength's and weakness' of his game.
I talk with Titans Southwest podcast host Lito, and get caught up with what has been going on with the division rival: Titans. We get into their free agency, their weakness and strengths, and a few details the average Colts fan just don't know about the rival Indy plays two times a year!
I break down Antonio Brown being traded to the Raiders, and why that was a good trade for everyone involved, and also explain the salary cap floor spend rule, and how it pertains to Colts G.M. Ballard when he is sifting through free agency.