Is It Too Late for Peyton Manning’s Colts to Sign Terrell Owens?

September 4, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

As we approach the end of the 2011 offseason, questions surrounding Peyton Manning and his ability to start week one against the Houston Texans have taken center-stage.
Despite breaking away from the team’s tradition of refusing to add helpful players in Free Agency, have the Colts done as much as they reasonably could have to improve their team’s chances of success in 2011?
Notable pick-ups include the likes of Tommie Harris, Jamaal Anderson, Ernie Simms, and Kerry Collins.
Anthony Costanzo and Ben Ijalana (drafted in the first and second rounds respectively) have been added to help protect the team’s billion-dollar investment.
Though Manning’s awareness and ability to utilize a quick release resulted in him becoming the least sacked quarterback of 2010 (sacked only 16 times), the Colts offensive line was one of the worst the National Football League had to offer; often providing Manning under two seconds to stand upright in the pocket befor...

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