Monday, September 19, 2011

The Colts are terrible


There is no escaping it. The Colts are just a tremendously bad team. I was in denial before the season, but really, they truly are a dreadful team. Other people have noted this as well, and have suggested that the Colts may be so bad that they could be in the Andrew Luck sweepstakes. I think that would be a very bad idea, drafting Andrew Luck.
Peyton Manning will play again, no doubt about that, and will likely do so for a couple more seasons. The Colts, however, have proved, to me anyways, that they are more than just a quarterback short of a competitive team. Should they draft a quarterback? Absolutely. There are just too many holes on the team to dedicate that spot to a QB, when a cheaper one could be developed while Manning is still at the helm. Use this year to acquire the missing pieces that already litter roster, be it at running back, wide receiver, offensive line, defensive line, linebackers, or defensive back. You know, every position, since they all suck, on the roster. (And yes, WR sucks. Reggie Wayne will be retired by the time QB X will be ready to take over, Austin Collie might be dead, and the rest of the corps is extremely average.)
 Now is the time to think about building towards the future, but for once, that shouldn't mean starting at the quarterback position.

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