Despite a lack of top-flight talent at every position, the Indianapolis Colts won 11 games in 2012 through hard work and composure in pressure situations.
After an offseason spending spree by the Colts front office, however, the team looks to be more equipped talent-wise to compete with the powerhouses of the AFC.
Is the revamped offensive line better than the defensive line now? How about the secondary versus the linebackers? These questions will all be answered as we look into how the Colts rank at each positional group heading into training camp.
The groups will be divided into the following categories:
Quarterbacks, running backs/fullbacks, wide receivers, tight ends, offensive linemen, defensive linemen, linebackers, secondary and special teams.
Rankings will be based not only on the talent of the starter(s) of that position group but the depth at the position, both relative to the rest of the NFL.
Note: All stats from Pro Football Reference, unless otherwise indicated.