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Whether quarterback Andrew Luck actually throws behind them remains to be seen Womens Melvin Gordon Jersey , but the Colts at least like the progress they’ve made putting together a new offensive line.

That was one of General Manager Chris Ballard’s priorities, and the first look at the line offers some reason to think there’s a better chance to protect Luck.

According to Stephen Holder of the Indianapolis Star, the Colts were without left tackle Anthony Castonzo in OTAs (no reason was given), so they lined up聽Denzelle Good at left tackle, Quenton Nelson at left guard, Ryan Kelly at center, Matt Slauson at right guard and Austin Howard at right tackle.

That right side being made up of veteran acquisitions is no accident, and using the No. 6 overall pick on Nelson seemed designed to provide a toughness to the team as much as an individual player.

Slauson and Howard are also reliable veterans, which helps since the Colts have struggled up with young players front in recent years.

鈥淭here just needs to be a mental toughness and a leadership with guys who are all in and can mentally and physically do it play in and play out,鈥?coach Frank Reich said. 鈥淭hose guys have proven that over their career and they鈥檙e stepping up in their leadership role and really setting the tone for us, not only as an offensive line, but really as an offense in general.鈥?/p>

The Colts also used one of their second-rounders on guard Braden Smith, adding another high pick to the mix. It’s a promising start Authentic Anthony Barr Jersey , and if their quarterback actually ever throws again, they should be improved.

As the pro-football-following (and pro-football-playing) world continues to emerge from its six-month slumber to realize that the stewards of the game have launched under the guise of evolution a potential revolution to the way it is played, calls are mounting for adjustment, revision, or outright scrapping of the new rule against lowering the head to initiate and make contact with an opponent. But there’s another potential fix that could be made, if the league is willing to bother to notice and to admit that the golden goose has got the flu.

The easy solution: Expand replay review to encompass the calls made, and not made, under this new rule.

NFL senior V.P. of officiating Al Riveron admitting during a Friday conversation on the #PFTPM podcast that the Competition Committee did indeed consider making replay review available for these bang-bang, real-time, full-speed collisions, but that for now the decision has been made to not embrace it. As the clock inches toward the potential transformation of pigskin into pumpkin upon the official launch of the 2018 regular season, perhaps the Competition Committee should revisit its position, ASAFP.

Given the mistakes that are being made when it comes to throwing the flag (Riveron admitted in a Friday video disseminated to the media that two specific calls from Week One of the preseason were wrong Kirk Cousins Jersey Big , and the hit from 49ers safety Elijah Lee on Cowboys running back Bo Scarbrough that left Cowboys owner Jerry Jones scratching his head also was deemed to be an error), it makes sense to give the officials some help when enforcing a rule that will, or won’t, fuel or kill drives, 15 yards at time. Robert’s Rules or Order be damned; it shouldn’t be all that hard for the league to take swift and decisive measures to ensure that this rule won’t swiftly and decisively mar the entire season.

What’s the argument against using replay review for the new helmet rule? That it will slow the game down? The games already are delayed by efforts to get a wide variety of calls right, and there should be no hesitation to ensure the accuracy of this newest and, for now, most challenging of calls to make with the naked eye, as embedded in a middle-aged, armorless bodies that primarily are trying to survive amid gladiators. The “but the games will take four hours!” crowd has been banging that drum since the moment the league reluctantly re-introduced technology for the purposes of correcting mistakes, and the games for the most part continue to fit neatly within the preferred TV windows.

Given the potential for significant mistakes, and the inevitable outcry from fans, media Youth Ben Roethlisberger Jersey , and players who don’t like the rule even when properly applied, why not remove from the stew of potential gripes the possibility (reality) that, on a regular basis, officials will accidentally call a helmet foul that didn’t occur, or accidentally fail to call a helmet foul that did?

The problem is real. The solution, short of adjusting the language of the rule itself, is simple. And it’s the kind of middle ground that may make the adjustment to the NFL’s sudden realization, after decades of helmets being used as weapons, that maybe helmets shouldn’t be used as weapons easier for fans, media, and players to digest.

At a time when it will be nearly impossible for enough voices to get behind any specific tweaking of the rule itself, anyone concerned about what this rule could do to the game should forget (for now) about trying to fix the rule itself and simply demand that steps be taken to make sure the rule is applied properly and consistently.

Personally, I’ll settle for a solution that may not fit neatly within the accepted procedure and protocols Womens Alejandro Villanueva Jersey , but that will have the same practical outcome as replay review. As the officials at a given game site are huddling to discuss whether a foul was indeed committed (which seems to have happened every time this penalty has been called in the preseason), Riveron or one of his lieutenants at 345 Park Avenue should be calling up the video and speaking directly to the referee, via the instantaneous pipeline created to allow the league office to make replay decisions.

“It’s not a foul, Pete,” should be the message, when the video shows that a foul didn’t happen.

They don’t even have to admit they’re doing it. Just do it. Use the benefit of instantaneous hindsight to ensure that the officials saw, or didn’t see, what they think they saw, or didn’t see. At a time when the NFL finally has decided to no longer be cavalier about techniques that have been around for as long as the helmet morphed from leather into hard plastic, the league should not be cavalier about the accidental consequences that will arise when officials who, while trying their best to figure out what’s happening right in front of them, simply can’t.

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