Indianapolis Colts Draft Grade: Anthony Castonzo Is a Touchdown for the Colts
The Colts Spend Their First Two Picks on the Offensive Line
The Indianapolis Colts knew what their biggest problem was in 2010 on the field and addressed it with their first two picks.
With Anthony Castonzo and Ben Ijalana, the Colts offensive line gets younger, faster and meaner. Peyton Manning was loving this draft because he should be spending a lot less time on the run in 2011 and be able to get the ball to his receivers.
The Colts picked up formidable defensive tackle Drake Nevis in the third round, which is a bit of a steal at that slot. With only five picks in the draft, the Colts made the most of what they had.
This still does not fix the problem of the idiot head coach on the sidelines, but that is a different argument.
The Colts picked up a running back and a cornerback in the later rounds, and hopefully the depth will be a good thing for the Colts moving into 2011.
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