Why the Colts Should Pursue a Trade for Vikings’ QB Sage Rosenfels

August 20, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Indianapolis Colts have to do something.
Nothing should be their last option; the aforementioned should be their first.
They need another quarterback desperately.
Five completions during an exhibition game against the Buffalo Bills is not enough to warrant holding onto this belief that Curtis Painter is the best possible second-option to Peyton Manning.
I hate to be judgmental and make rash decisions without a greater body or work to evaluate, but I will never forget the 28.6 completion percentage, the zero touchdowns, the four turnovers, or the 9.8 quarterback rating posted during Curtis Painter's only regular season action last year.
The bottom line: Even if Curtis Painter improves his performance, that wouldn't make him the best available option to take up the mantle in the event that something ever did happen to Peyton Manning on the football field.
The Colts are favorites to win this year's Supe...

Read Complete Article at Bleacher Report - NFL
Article is property of BleacherReport.com

readers comments