Indianapolis Colts Fantasy Preview: Reggie Wayne on the Decline?

August 18, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Colts enter 2010 coming off a heartbreaking loss in the Super Bowl in which the team’s usually potent offense went AWOL in the second half, a rare occurrence throughout much of Peyton Manning’s career in Indianapolis.
The team returns this year with its core players back for what figures to be another successful season.
Although the Colts disappointed in the Super Bowl, they had another outstanding season in 2009, finishing 14-2 and winning the AFC South for the sixth time in seven seasons. Rookie head coach Jim Caldwell made a seamless transition to the team’s top job, helping the Colts to a record-setting seventh consecutive 12-win season.
The Colts will feature a potent offensive attack again this season with Manning at the controls, maximizing the production of the team’s numerous, talented skill position players.
Joseph Addai enjoyed a solid comeback season in 2009, holding off first-round pick Donald Brown from taking over as the te...

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