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> The first weekend of the 2019 Indianapolis Colts training
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camp is in the books Quenton Nelson Color Rush Jersey , and it is exciting to officially have this team working together in team activities. As always, everything from..." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesStampede Blue homepageHorizontal - WhiteStampede Bluean Indianapolis Colts communityFollow Stampede Blue online:Follow Stampede Blue on TwitterFollow Stampede Blue on FacebookLog in or sign upLog InSign UpSite searchSearchSearchStampede Blue main menuFanpostsFanshotsColtsShopAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 321 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Colts StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Colts NewsYahoo Colts Team PageYahoo Colts ReportYahoo Colts Depth ChartYahoo Colts TransactionsYahoo Colts PhotosShop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Breaking NewsAndrew Luck Retires×Is Colts rookie wide receiver Parris Campbell primed to be a star?New,22commentsEDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:Is Colts rookie wide receiver Parris Campbell primed to be a star?TwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailPhoto by Justin Casterline/Getty ImagesThe first weekend of the 2019 Indianapolis Colts training camp is in the books, and it is exciting to officially have this team working together in team activities. As always, everything from training camp should be taken with a grain of salt. There are some things that just don’t mean all that much in camp, because the opportunity to have guys at full go is infrequent. The true litmus test of all these players will come during real game action, where some of the camp standouts tend to fade. There has been one player I’ve been watching so far that I don’t think will fall victim to that fate, however.Rookie WR Parris Campbell has been having exactly the kind of camp the Colts hoped he would--looking good on offense with a slew of highlight plays, saying and doing the right things, and making himself a hit with the fans. On a roster whose starting lineup is all but set, there is little more that you could ask for than what Campbell has given so far.Let’s start with the on-field play. Campbell is such a smooth player, making fluid direction changes and getting out of his breaks with ease. It is a little deceptive, because he is incredibly fast, but that speed sneaks up on you a bit. He is a far better route runner than perhaps he was given credit for.Ask CB Jalen Collins, who got burned during 1-on-1 drills at the goal line by a slippery move from Campbell.Nothing about the move said “speedster.” He simply looks like a solid route runner. Perhaps the best part? The toe tap finish. The Colts would love to see Campbell put his known skill set to work. Getting a solid contributor in the screen game and in yards after the catch would be a huge addition to this offense. However, it would be a mistake to believe that’s all he has to offer. Additionally, it also doesn’t hurt that Campbell is building quality relationships on the team and speaks honestly and humbly about expectations. Most indicative of that might be the way he was spoken about by star receiver T.Y. Hilton. Here’s what Hilton said came to mind when asked about Campbell at the start of camp:Hilton laughed when talking about it, and showed every indication that he was truly impressed by the young receiver both in terms of his work ethic and his drive. That speaks volumes coming from a player who was painted with a bit of the same brush as Hilton coming out. Hilton was labeled as the speedy deep threat player and not much else. He has managed to make himself into one of the best receivers in the NFL, and linking up with a great mentor in Reggie Wayne was a big reason why. Now follow that up with Campbell’s statements at camp on Friday:This mentality is exactly the kind that can help a young player grow. Humility, the hunger to be better, and the willingness to seek out help are traits that, when paired with the raw ability of someone like Campbell, can make big things happen in a hurry.The Colts have said the plan is to work Campbell primarily out of the slot until he develops some mastery there. That is perfect, because it allows him to do what he is most comfortable with as he grows and expands his skills as a player. Frank Reich didn’t hedge when talking about the rookie’s performance at the end of their first set of 4 practices during which Campbell had two touchdown grabs.There were many who just weren’t sure Campbell could do more than be a screen guy. He wasn’t asked to do much beyond that at Ohio State https://www.coltsfanshop.com/Andrew-Luck-Jersey , and that left too many unknowns for some scouts to be comfortable with. Through the first quarter of training camp, what he has put on the field is as good as the Colts could have hoped for. Another thing that has been impressive about Campbell is his interaction with the fans. One of the things that set Reggie Wayne apart was his willingness to engage with his fans and it quickly endeared him to the Colts faithful. As I stood in the media scrum on Friday after camp, waiting to hear from Campbell, I couldn’t help but be impressed by his willingness to speak with and sign autographs for as many fans as came up to see him. I couldn't tell you for certain how long he was at it, but a Colts staff person had to finally go get him so that he could do his scheduled media availability. While that undoubtedly irritated some who were on a deadline to submit stories, it spoke volumes about the player. Fans are the reason all this exists, and Parris Campbell took time to engage with them. Hopefully there will be kids looking back in 20 years on that experience and remembering with awe the time they got to talk to a Colts legend in the making. Is that how this story unfolds? It is too early to tell. But if you’re asking me what I think? The Colts have a star in the making. Since the NFL’s realignment in 2002, the Indianapolis Colts have been one of the most consistent and successful teams in football. Their 174-98 record is the third-best winning percentage in..." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteStampede Bluean Indianapolis Colts communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsColtsShopAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Colts StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Colts NewsYahoo Colts Team PageYahoo Colts ReportYahoo Colts Depth ChartYahoo Colts TransactionsYahoo Colts PhotosShop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕What the numbers suggest toward Indy’s rush-attack aspirationsNew,27commentsEDTShareTweetShareShareWhat the numbers suggest toward Indy’s rush-attack aspirationsJay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY SportsSince the NFL’s realignment in 2002, the Indianapolis Colts have been one of the most consistent and successful teams in football. Their 174-98 record is the third-best winning percentage in football behind New England and Pittsburgh, and their four AFC Championship appearances are second to the Patriots’ 12.While its success is undeniable, Indianapolis has had one glaring, consistent shortcoming since the early 2000s: its rushing attack. In 17 seasons, the Colts have finished with roughly the 23rd-best run total in the regular season. They’ve ranked below 25th three times as much as they’ve finished at 16th or higher, and their best finish was 15th in 2005. Even though they finished the 2018 regular season on a hot-streak with several strong rushing performances, their 1,718 yards still finished just 20th in the entire league.Knowing how critical the a strong run game is to the success of an organization, it’s no surprise the Colts want to break away from their poor stretch of rushing performances. Quenton Nelson’s “run the damn ball” hat echoes the words of head coach Frank Reich, who said he wants the Colts to have a top-five rushing attack this upcoming season.Nelson’s key to attaining one of the best run-offenses? Running it back. The Colts plan to return all five starting offensive lineman in 2019, Spencer Ware has been added to the Marlon Mack-Nyheim Hines-Jordan Wilkins trio, and it’ll be year two of Frank Reich and Nick Sirianni running the offense.But for a franchise that’s consistently struggled to run the ball, jumping into the top-five will be no easy feat. Health can always cripple a team’s ability to run a balanced offense, and there’s no guarantee that a steady progression is in place for every member of the offensive system.Given the Colts’ high aspirations, I decided to take a look at other teams’ recent success to determine what the Colts’ offense would need to look like for a top-five rush offense in 2019. To better determine or narrow the lens Josh Ferguson Jersey , I’ve hand-picked teams that’ve finished inside the top five in recent years that share the same offensive makeup as this year’s Colts. This eliminates teams that highlight one feature running back like the 2017 Jacksonville Jaguars and the 2017 and 2016 Dallas Cowboys, or non-complex offensive schemes like the 2018 Seattle Seahawks and the 2016 Buffalo Bills. My final criteria, an above-average or better starting quarterback that isn’t a massive threat in the run game, has wiped away teams like the 2018 Baltimore Ravens, the 2018 and 2017 Carolina Panthers and the 2016 Tennessee Titans.With all that said and done, I was left with the 2018 New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams, the 2017 Philadelphia Eagles and New Orleans Saints, and the 2016 Atlanta Falcons. All were top-five offenses, and, in my mind, closely resemble the offensive composition of the 2019 Colts. Let’s see how these teams found their success in the trenches and predict if the Colts are capable of matching this production.Criteria No. 1: Strong production from the No. 2 runnerAll of these five teams have either a top running back in football or one of the deeper stables across the league. All except the 2018 Rams had three runners contribute 20+ rushing yards a game — something the Colts were 0.4 yards per game (by Nyheim Hines) from completing. While the Colts have the stable to replicate, and most likely improve upon, that number in 2019, they need a much stronger contribution from its No. 2 rusher; whether that’s Hines, Wilkins or Ware. In 2016, the Falcons got 40 rushing yards a game from Tevin Coleman. In 2017, the Saints were complemented with 45.5 yards from Alvin Kamara and the Eagles strongly benefitted from 47.9 yards by LeGarrette Blount. C.J. Anderson’s contributions were a huge part of the Rams success on the ground last season, and the Patriots had the benefit of 104.3 yards per game from their No. 2-5 rushers. Meanwhile, Wilkins — the Colts No. 2 rusher — added just 21 rushing yards per game.Now, the Colts’ backup runners did show flashes at different points in the season — Hines averaged 46 yards from Week 5-8, and Wilkins averaged 35.8 yards between Weeks 7 and 10 — but neither found that steady production behind Mack’s 75.7 yards per game.This may be where Ware is able to step in and make his greatest impact. Granted, it _was_ years ago, but Ware was able to chime in with 36.6 yards a game as the second option with the Chiefs in 2015. While it isn’t detrimental to creating a top-five rush attack, and the Colts could just aim for a 2018 New England team with three backup runners averaging 20+ T.J. Green Color Rush Jersey , having one of the three step up their contributions to the 35-45 yards per game total will be huge for being able to stay committed to the ground game.Criteria No. 2: A strong balance in the run- and pass-gamesThe NFL has been on a steady incline toward a passing league for quite some time, but the number suggest that these teams with the best balance not only get the best production out of their running games, but that it also translates to success in the win column.Last season the Patriots and the Rams were the seventh and ninth teams, respectively, in terms of rushing play percentage — both just a couple percentage points away from a 50-50 split. Likewise, the 2017 Eagles and the 2016 Falcons ranked in the top-11 in terms of best balance, and the 2017 Saints were 13th; running the ball 43.6% of the time.To silence any notion that balance doesn’t play a key role in success, all but the 2017 Saints made the Super Bowl in their respective seasons — and the Saints were only a whiffed tackle away from the NFC Championship game.So how did the Colts do last year in terms of balance? Not so well. They finished 24th and had a 61.6-38.4 percent split in favor of the pass. It did get closer as the year went on, and they actually finished their final three games with a split of 55.73-44.27 percent. Whether that number got better because of a stronger commitment to the run game on the backend of the season or worry over health along the offensive unit to begin the season, it does seem as though the Colts could be headed toward having one of the most balanced offenses in 2019.Criteria No. 3: Dominance and consistency on the interior offensive lineThis one just sounds like a no-brainer, but it’s easily one of the important three-man combos to success in the trenches. Not to discredit the need for strong tackles, but guard and center play correlates to success running the ball and ties all these five teams in with one-another as a highlight to their ability to win on the ground.The Patriots have graded in the top-four of offensive lines the last two seasons by PFF, and you could easily make the argument that Joe Thuney, David Andrews and Shaq Mason are the best trio of interior offensive linemen in football. The Eagles had the No. 1 offensive line by PFF’s standards in 2017, and center Jason Kelce graded as the top lineman in football. The Falcons combo of Andy Levitre and Alex Mack bolstered the Falcons o-line to the sixth-best unit in 2016, and both the 2018 Rams and 2017 Saints ranked in the top nine.This one won’t take too much thought for the Colts, as they finished the 2018 grading out as the third-best offensive line in football, behind the Steelers and Browns. Quenton Nelson and center Ryan Kelley are easily some of the brighter, young names at their position, and Mark Glowinski was a nice surprise at right guard after an up-and-down stint with the Seahawks. While I don’t believe we can count on the same high level of production from Glow next year, the impact Howard Mudd could have on this offensive line’s growth into the next season could make them far-and-away the best line in the league. So what do you think about the Colts chances to put out a top-five rushing attack next season? What criteria above (or one I didn’t address) do you think is most crucial for the Colts to make the jump? Let us know in the comments.
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