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  1. 2018 Indianapolis Colts

    New head coach, new strategy? With the hiring of Frank Reich, I wonder how the draft and Free Agency will go this year? It seems last year there was a lot of defense chosen/signed. I'm reading that the defense is going to be "blown up" somewhat and changed again this year. We NEED an edge rusher badly. Rather than draft a newbie in Chubb, I've seen a few names on free agency lists that might fill the need: Demarcus Lawrence (probably will stay in Dallas), Zeke Ansah, Detroit, Alex Okafor, New Orleans, Julius Peppers, Carolina. All of these players are proven edge rushers. I would argue why draft one and have to develop him when there are several available with experience? With 80+ million in cap space, they could easily sign one. It will be interesting to see how this plays out. With the third pick, I would take Barkley (if he's there). He is a once in a generation type running back and would step in and make an impact from day one. If the Browns pass on him with the first pick, I'd grab him up at #3. All things being equal, the Colts running game would be in good shape for the next 8 - 10 years. I'm not hearing too many warm, fuzzy things about Luck. I said it last year and I'll say it again this year: I think he's done playing. I've heard rumors he needs more surgery, but there is really nothing they can do for him. So there's that. I also said it won't surprise me if he ends up retiring. IF that happens, then I guess the Colts will be looking for another quarterback. Ah, the drama of it all.