Former Dolphin Vontae Davis 'Playing Like Poop'

The Dolphins should be glad to be rid of Vontae Davis, since according to Brad Wells of Stampede Blue, he's "playing like poop."

Davis was much hyped when he joined the team in August, but has certainly been a disappointment so far for Indianapolis.

Wells cites a few statistics that express just how much Davis has struggled through two weeks: two touchdowns allowed, 10/11 targets completed, 143 yards. And then there's the simple eye-test, which confirms Davis' poop resemblance.

But Wells is also somewhat sympathetic. Davis has been a Colt for less than four weeks, which is not enough time to learn a completely new defensive system.

Part of the problem, for Wells, is that Colts' owner Jim Irsay constantly expressed his excitement about Davis via Twitter, building hype and expectations.

For more on the Colts, visit Stampede Blue. For all of your pro football needs, stay tuned to SB Nation's NFL hub.

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