Here's the problem: Indy needs a left tackle.
Peyton Manning passed for 255 yards and three touchdowns. He had a completion percentage of 76.9 and a quarterback rating of 145.5.
But he only averaged 9.8 yards a completion, and never mind the fact that he was sacked once.
The Colts offense is potent, but it would be even more explosive if Peyton Manning had time to throw.
Sure, Indy builds through the draft, and the best left tackles are picked up way before the Colts are on the clock.
But both Jared Gaither (Ravens) and Marcus McNeill (Chargers) were restricted free agents this year.
And McNeill still hasn't ended his holdout.