2018 Indianapolis Colts

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  1. La France Blanche

    La France Blanche Mentor

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    Here are your 2018 White Indianapolis Colts (starters in bold):

    QB - Andrew Luck
    TE - Jack Doyle, Ryan Hewitt
    OL - Anthony Castonzo, Quenton Nelson, Ryan Kelly, Matt Slauson, Joe Haeg, Mark Glowinski, Braden Smith
    DL - Margus Hunt

    Special teams: K Adam Vinatieri, LS Luke Rhodes

    Andrew Luck finally returns to the Colts' lineup to lead his team. Hopefully he can avoid the injury bug this year. Jack Doyle will be a good TE1 choice for fantasy teams, and Margus "Eastern Bloc" Hunt earned a starting spot on the defensive line. The starting O-line is a snow plow. However, beyond that, this team has virtually nothing. Even their punter is a mystery-meat mestizo.

    Side note - as I was going through the backup O-linemen, whom I generally don't know by name, I saw J'Marcus, Le'Raven, and Denzelle. No need to even check their pictures :afro: Also, the D-line has an "Al-Quadin Muhammad," who wins the "Least Likely to Stand for the National Anthem" award.

    Total White starters: 8

    Total Whites on 53-man roster: 13

    Grade: D (This may seem low for a team that has 8 White starters, but most of them are at Caste-approved positions, the Colts' White depth is virtually nonexistent, and their practice squad is 100% coal-black).
     
  2. Bucky

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    Lol nice write up. The ebonic names help when writing the previews that is the truth!
     
  3. Freethinker

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    Hahahaha, good stuff. Some humor is needed when previewing these coal black squads.
     
  4. RTTAS

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    Margus Hunt leading the league in tackles for loss with 8 in 3 games, two ahead of the next best. And yet such an athletic player with high upside was never really given a chance by the Bengals?
     

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