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Watt doesn’t buy into talk of likely regression, says Stephanie Stradley of the Chronicle blog.
To which I say: You don’t want a guy saying he can’t match or surpass his last season. But even defensive coordinator Wade Phillips is among the people who think Watt could have a hard time duplicating his 2012.
To which I say: Offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton says he wants Luck to manage bad plays better. There is nothing wrong with an occasional check down. I just hope there are not too many.
Year Two of this team with this leadership is going to be better, says Andy Benoit of MMQB.
A lot of video showing stuff unfolding on the first day of camp Sunday, from the Star.
Pagano and Luck have a higher comfort level at their second camp with the Colts, but no one will be complacent, says the AP.
Said Hamilton, via Marcus Dugan at Colts Authority: "We’re going to pride ourselves on not wasting plays and capitalizing on all opportunities, not just big-play opportunities.”
A practice report from Andrew Mishler of Stampede Blue.
To which I say: I think he may be the best free-agent addition they made in their limited shopping.
The Titans' identity will be rooted in their offensive line, guys who are largely accustomed to being anonymous, says David Boclair of the Nashville City Paper.
Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean compares the Titans to the 1999 team that went to the Super Bowl. Advantage, 1999.
To which I say: Steve McNair vs. Jake Locker is a significant gap right now. But the biggest difference between that team and this one is Jevon Kearse. This team doesn't have a pass rusher who demands game-planning attention.