NFL free agency is winding down for 2013 and the NFL draft is still three weeks away. Stuck in the doldrums between storms, NFL fans have little to do but mull over their front office's thought processes.
Colts fans are no different.
The Indianapolis Colts front office expresses a quiet confidence in their decisions to modestly upgrade their talent level while maintaining financial discipline.
Their free-agent signings cover every position group that underperformed last season. Yet none of the signings really stand out as The Player who can come in and dramatically improve the Colts.
Judging from the comments of Colts' fans on Bleacher Report, there is a thinly veiled discomfiture regarding Ryan Grigson's offseason personnel strategy. They seem willing to give the reigning NFL Executive of the Year the benefit of the doubt, for now.
Since Grigson and the Colts signed free agents to help in their weakest areas, their strategy in the NFL draft is enigmatic, leaving Colts fans with more questions than answers.