A good majority of NFL teams would drool at the prospect of having AL under center for their ball clubs. When healthy(also not to blame for lost playing time due to injury, in most cases), he's one of the best QB's in the league. The knock on him imo is his continued issue of locking onto his #1 receiver/tight end. Trying to force plays when he should just throw it away(I get that he's competitive). I wouldn't trade AL for anything, love the kid and I'm grateful that he represents the Shoe, and has already proven his ability many seasons, over his first few in the league. Conforna has an ax to grind with the Colts, because I have hardly ever heard him say anything positive about us that didn't seem forced. Don't know him personally, but he seems like a jaded little fella.