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Ranking the Colts' position groups by strength entering training camp.

 

The Indianapolis Colts are less than a month away from returning to Westfield for 2022 training camp where they hope to begin their trek toward a playoff spot.

Knowing their strengths and weaknesses will be vital throughout the training camp and preseason process in order to eventually cut the roster down to 53 players.

Here’s a quick look at ranking the Colts’ positions by strength entering training camp:

 

1-Running Back

It’s hard to find a better duo than Jonathan Taylor and Nyheim Hines.

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2-Linebacker

We know Darius Leonard is elite, but this group can take a big step forward with a breakout from Bobby Okereke.

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3-Defensive Tackle

Buckner is still an elite talent at the three-technique while Grover Stewart is one of the most underrated run-stoppers in the NFL.

 

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4-Interior Offensive Line

Ryan Kelly should bounce back from an up-and-down year while Danny Pinter can be the reason this group becomes elite again.

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5-Quarterback

Matt Ryan is a strong fit for the offense, and Nick Foles is viewed as one of the best backups in the entire league.

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6-Edge Rusher

This group may wind up being too low if Yannick Ngakoue continues his consistent play and Kwity Paye breaks out as many expect him to.

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7-Cornerback

The addition of Stephon Gilmore is huge for this unit, and it will be interesting to see what happens with Kenny Moore’s contract situation. Expect third-year cornerback Isaiah Rodgers to step into a bigger role as well.

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8-Offensive Tackle

This spot is all dependent on how the left tackle situation shakes out between Matt Pryor and third-round pick Bernhard Raimann.

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9-Wide Receiver

It’s Michael Pittman Jr. and a lot of players looking to prove themselves in the spots behind him.

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10-Tight End

Mo Alie-Cox will get his chance to prove he’s worthy of leading a tight end room while Kylen Granson and Jelani Woods battle it out behind him.

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11-Safety

Losing Khari Willis to retirement is a tough blow. Can Nick Cross step up during his rookie season?

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