30 Aug

Colin was right on the Red Rifle wrong on Doug Pederson

first_img Advertisement Where Colin was RightBradford to Vikings continues to be the move of the year – Minnesota is 3 – 0 and looks to have transformed it’s Adrian Peterson centric offense into a big play pass offense triggered by Bradford. He’s completing 68% of his passes, has a 107.8 passer rating and still hasn’t thrown a pick. First-round draft picks are overrated. Critics beat him up, Colin was a believer. He’s still 6’5” and still throws darts. That usually works in the NFL.Where Colin was Wrong.The NFC East has been a beast – Colin thought the NFC East would be a train wreck at the beginning of the year, but the Cowboys and Giants have been better than expected, and the Eagles are the surprise team in the entire NFL. The Redskins have struggled, but are competitive, and have two wins in the division already. Colin was wrong.U missed the X man! RT @uSTADIUM: Dak’s first passing TD puts this one away. Hits Dez who throws up the X! #Cowboys pic.twitter.com/mQaT2T4xHv— S Dub U (@Yobro_ok) September 26, 2016 Where Colin was RightNFL Week 3 Blazin’ 5 – Back-to-back winning weeks for Colin in the Blazin’ 5. He was 3 -2 for Week 3, and moved over .500 (8 – 7) for the year. Washington, Oakland, Indy all hit, and Colin’s upset special of the week, Washington pulled the outright upset as a road dog. If Colin was one of the Hunger Games movies, he’d be Catching Fire. Colin was right. Where Colin was WrongTrevor Siemian has been outstanding – 312 yards and 4 TD’s in his first road game. Still not ready to say he’s the long-term answer, but he has been as good or better than Brock Osweiler or Manning were during last year’s Super Bowl run. He’s 3 – 0 and has provided as much offense as Denver has needed to win. Colin predicted the Broncos led by Siemian would go 6 – 10. He’s taking the loss on this one. Where Colin was Wrong.Doug Pederson – It’s hard to know what you’re getting with a rookie head coach, but Pederson and the Eagles are undefeated through 3 games, and he has been masterful managing Carson Wentz, including a 34 -3 smack down of the Steelers. Wentz is the headline for Philly,  Pederson is the story behind the story. Colin was wrong on Doug Pederson, but he’s all aboard the Pederson train now. Elite coach. Colin was wrong.“Trust the process.”Coach Pederson addresses the #Eagles after the Monday Night Football win. #FlyEaglesFly pic.twitter.com/SrOws8BDa9— Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) September 20, 2016 Every Monday, it’s time for Colin to do a victory lap for his predictions gone right and stand in front of the oncoming traffic of public opinion where he was wrong.The Blazin’ 5 is still hot, Bradford is ballin’, Doug Pederson has been outstanding, and Trevor Siemian has been better than terrible.Here’s Where Colin was right, where Colin was wrong through 4 weeks of college and 3 weeks in the NFL. Where Colin was Right.Colin has been on the money with the Raiders – Colin has been right on the Raiders for 2 years now. He had them going 7 -9 last year. Nailed it. He predicted the Silver and Black would finish 10 – 6 and win the AFC West. Oakland’s young stars look like their coming into their own. His preseason prediction is looking good so far. Colin is calling this right.Derek Carr doing his best Tony Romopic.twitter.com/SODDzCzA3Q— Complex Sports (@ComplexSports) September 25, 2016 Where Colin was Right.Andy Dalton –  Colin has always said that Andy Dalton was an average quarterback with superior weapons. No Marvin Jones, no Mohammed Sanu, no Tyler Eifert so far this year, and Dalton has 3 TD’s and 2 picks. Great quarterbacks don’t need an arsenal of weapons, they make the arsenal. Colin’s calling a bullseye on the Red Rifle. “Who dey think gonna beat dem Bengals?”We did. #Horsepower pic.twitter.com/s85AtyrNkL— Denver Broncos (@Broncos) September 25, 2016last_img

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