The Colts record not only depends on how well they play, it also depends on the other teams in the division. Sooner or later the other teams will break through. If the Texans can get mediocre QB play with that defense they will be tough. Outside of playing the Colts the Titans have been pretty good. Coughlin doesn't put up with a bunch of crap so who knows what the Jags will do.
I was thinking a bad snap and a 55yd FG each week. Along with 8 sacks and 4 forced turnovers by our defense and our running game takes 12 minute drives and drains the clock only to go for it on first down and falling short
Honestly the top 8 teams should get really decent players. Fultz, Ball, Jackson, Taytum, Fox, Monk, Issac, Smith etc. I like Fox's game but he needs to improve his 3 point shot, he only shot 20% last year. I think he can be a very good player though. I just like Josh Jackson's skill set, 6'8" can shoot, athletic, play defense, slash, rebound, he's got it all. I am not a big Kansas guy though and honestly not many Kansas players turn into superstars at least lately. You have Andrew Wiggins and that's it. Pierce was a superstar. Players like Collison, Hinrich, Morris twins, McLemore etc are just average at best. Embiid could be good but reminds me of Oden, to many injuries. I think a lot of people want Ball to fail because of his dad(and maybe rightfully so) but I am kind of a fan of his and hope he does well. It's time the Lakers franchise turned around. I'll be really curious to see what the Pacers actually get out of him. I'd say Randle/Clarkson 27th pick and 28th pick. I don't believe the Lakers will have a top pick next year and 2 more years is a while to wait.