The Colts were one of the most consistent teams in the NFL for many years. However, once peyton manning was injured and out for an entire season, the wheels really came off. From that year, the Colts had one of the worst records in the entire NFL. They were able to take Andrew Luck with the first overall pick in the draft, and many people thought that the team had struck gold again. The problem is that he does not have a strong supporting cast around him. Despite all of his hard work, the team has not put him in a position to be successful. There are a lot of people who are looking to him to get the team to the next level.

If you want to learn how to build a great team, the Colts are not the place for you to start looking.

Andrew Luck

Over the years, it has been said that the quarterback is the most important position in the entire NFL. However, a lot of people today are looking at the Colts and wondering why they are not winning more. With the old adage that a great quarterback can cover a multitude of issues, the Colts are not performing where fans think they should. It is now apparent that Peyton Manning was able to cover up a bunch of issues that the Colts had when he was there. If the team is going to return to glory, they need to think about ways in which they can invest for the future. There are a lot of holes to fill, and the team lacks elite talent in a bunch of areas.

Defense

One of the biggest issues for the Colts is their defense. Even when they were good, the defense was not the strong point of the team. However, with how great their offense was, the Colts defense could make some big plays to keep them in the game. Over the long term, a lot of people are excited about the changes that are being made to the team.

However, if the team will not invest to bring the defense back to an elite level, it is going to be tough for them to compete at a high level in the coming years. In the draft for 2017, there are a lot of ways that the Colts can go to fill some holes. Defense needs to be high on that list.

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