Ballard has been pretty transparent in telling people what he'll do in the draft. When he said he was going trenches, he went trenches. He said defense, he went defense.
This draft, he's made it clear he's reloading offensive weapons. I'm expecting 2 of those first 3 picks to go towards the offense, so probably a wideout with the first pick.
We'll see what free agency brings as well. Highly doubt a QB is getting picked within the Colts first 2 picks.
This thread kind of jogged my memory and it left me thinking that the team was kind of lucky to get their SB win and yet should have had 2 or 3..
It's hard to win SB's and it's even harder when the Patriots are there every other year.
I think as a fan I'm in the process of kind of decoupling the expectation that a SB was a possibility for the team going into seasons.
It's not right now and that's a big change.