Stampede Blue

● By Luca Sartirana
With the Colts season coming to end earlier than expected after a soul-crushing loss against the Jacksonville Jaguars, it’s officially time to enter into offseason mode and focus on how Indianapolis can bolster its roster in order to compete again for a playoff spot in 2022. It is not a secret that the Colts overall have a solid roster and they are pretty much a consistent quarterback away from being a contender, but as Indianapolis will not have a first-round pick in the upcoming Draft and the 2022 quarterback Draft class is overall below-average, it wouldn’t be surprising to see the Colts stick with Wentz for another season before trying to grab their quarterback of the future in 2023. I put together this Mock Draft assuming that Wentz will remain the starting quarterback, so my number one priority was to put around him as many offensive weapons as possible in order to try to make things easier for him.