The Colts went 11 and 5, played .500 ball against playoff teams, won a playoff game and beat the two best teams in football along the way.
Exactly what do the Colts need to do to prove they are a good football team?
They played the NFCW last year I know. They beat SF away and Seattle at home but they did lose to St Louis and Arizona. Losing to Arizona isn't a bad loss because they we a really good team last year but to lose to the Rams leads me to question whether or not they are a good team. The Rams killed them also.
I also recall a completion to LaFell that went for a 80+ yard score where a defender hit Cam's arm at the top of his release and his size/strength allowed him to complete the pass in traffic. LaFell scored with a great block from Smitty.
I don't think RW could ever make that throw.
On the other hand, I've seen RW make some throws on the run that Cam just can't make. This is where RW's size helps him. He's able to manuever his smaller frame in ways bigger men can't. Probably the same reason you don't see 6'5" shortstops either.
You're right. RW can be running to his left and throw a ball with velocity and accuracy. Cam can't make that throw. I was going to write that but I was lazy.
Give me an exact example in a game of a throw Cam made that Wilson has never made
There was 20 to 25 yard what I would call a stick throw to Kelvin Benjamin in between 2 defenders against Chicago. Kelvin dropped the pass but Cam put it right into his hands. It was an absolute laser of a throw. I don't think RW could make that throw. The TD pass to Ted Ginn in the Patriot game which was the go ahead score. KC game Cam 2ND YEAR 20 YARD sideline flat route to Steve Smith. A couple of back shoulder fades to Lafell against the Giants. Watch the Chargers Seahawks game from this year week 2. Cam could do what Phillip Rivers did in that game. I have severe doubts RW could play like Phillip Rivers in that game. RW can make plays in the pocket but I wouldn't call him a pocket QB. His feet are such an advantage for him.