2010 NFL Draft: Indianapolis Colts Seven-Round Mock

March 13, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Playing arm-chair GM for a Super Bowl team is a bit more challenging than getting on a soapbox and laying out a strategy on how to fix perennial losers like Detroit or Cleveland. The Colts have the luxury of returning the Peyton Manning-led aerial attack featuring the emerging Pierre Garcon and Austin Collie. Wide receiver Reggie Wayne and tight end Dallas Clark are among the best at their positions. Jeff Saturday leads a once-dominant but suddenly vulnerable offensive line. Joseph Addai and Donald Brown would be more productive if Indianapolis focused more on the run game. But that’s the tradeoff when Manning is lining up under center. Resigning Gary Brackett was critical but the loss of Marlin Jackson makes the cornerback position one of the primary weaknesses the father and son team of Bill and Chris Polian will focus on in the draft. That and improving their interior defensive line along with replenishing a few spots on the offensive line will be among the Colts top pr...

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