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Analyzing Each Colts Positional Need For Next Week’s NFL Draft

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Intro: The Colts head into next week’s NFL Draft with seven selections in the first five rounds. What is the positional outlook for the Colts going into the draft?

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I would agree with all of your ratings, except for o-line. Still need more talent, not scrubs. Should be rated around 7 or 8

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