Cuts are tough.
Most of the time when NFL teams make their final roster cuts, they eventually end up parting ways with at least one player that they really, really liked and wished they could've kept around.
It's just usually not about five.
The Indianapolis Colts final round of roster cuts left a few surprises. The Colts kept five running backs and five wide receivers, but just eight offensive linemen, three of whom have never played in a regular season NFL game. Not to mention for the first time in the Peyton Manning era, the Colts kept three quarterbacks on the roster. The Colts also retained five defensive ends, and just four interior defensive linemen.
Cuts are always up for debate. Here are five players the Colts should've kept and the ones they should've cut.