Colts Could Be Propelled Back To the Super Bowl by Uncapped Year

February 21, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Bill Polian recently commented that no team will ever do what the Bills did in the early 90's: Four back-to-back Super Bowl appearances.
Polian may be right, but the Colts are primed to do something that hasn’t been done since 2005: Make back-to-back Super Bowl appearances.
The reason the Colts stand a great chance at making another Super Bowl run this season is because of the incredible amount of depth on the roster, and the talent they developed last season because of injuries.
All of a sudden rookie players became full time starters, and played well beyond anyone’s expectations.
A big factor in the Colts ability to make another run is due to the uncapped year. It is going to be a huge advantage for the Colts since their idea of free agency is to re-sign their own players. Ironically, given this fact, the rule for the final four will have no impact on them.
The Colts only have two unrestricted free agents: 1) Gary Brackett and 2) Matt Stover. Bill...

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