As usual, Colts face questions on D
The Colts are trying to compensate on defense with quantity over quality. The defensive line will feature an eight- or nine-man rotation so that their players will go full throttle on every play and still be fresh at the end of games. Low-round draft picks are spent on cornerbacks who would struggle on other teams but can excel in the Colts' zone-heavy scheme. They are also counting on immediate contributions from their top four draft picks, showing just how thin this roster really is.
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