The Indianapolis Colts are the prohibitive favorites to win the AFC South in 2014, a Super Bowl contender in the eyes of many.
Led by quarterback Andrew Luck, the Colts have won 11 games each of the past two years, capturing their division and winning a playoff game last year.
If the Colts are going to take the next step and make it to Glendale next February, there's work to be done on the roster, and the next step in getting better takes place at this week's NFL draft in New York.
Of course, unless the Colts trade up they'll be taking Thursday off, as their first-round pick was dealt away last year.
In fact, the Colts have only five picks in the entire draft, and only one inside the top 60.
Still, that doesn't mean the Colts can't improve their team in the draft. With that in mind, here's an in-depth look at everything you need to know about the Colts' draft, from which picks they have to who they might target and how things could play out.