The Colts went into the final weekend of the regular season with a chance to make the playoffs by defeating the Jaguars, but they ended up losing in Jacksonville and watching the Postseason without them.
With their schedule wide open, the Colts were able to get plenty of acting in the Pro Bowl. They had six players in Vegas to take part in the game – the goalkeeper Quinton Nelson Did not participate – The Cornerback Kenny Mor He said seeing all these players in the All-Star Game after the season ended left him wondering why the team wasn’t one of the seven AFC teams that continued to play after Week 18.
“We were having breakfast and it was full table of the ponies,” said Moore, via Ponies Official Podcast. “And I’m just like, ‘Why are we here?’ . . . was another time we were taking pictures after Saturday practice – that was the last practice before we went to the match. And we took a group photo and I was like, ‘Dang, we all have this talent.'”
Many may refer to quarterback Carson Wentz The word is that they will be in the market for a new midfielder after trading with the former Eagle last year. This is an obvious area for promotion, but another year of results that don’t live up to the existing talent will surely lead to more significant changes as the Ponies try to find a way to avoid more big meetups in show games.
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