Should the Colts take a page from the Pats book? For example, not paying Riggie Wayne and going young at WR and using more two TE sets with Tamme and Clark. Using that money to help out the O line and the defense. Having a better all around team for Manning. I see everyone always saying that Manning has had great skill guys around him. Which he has, but while saying that you could also say that he's had some of the most lop sided teams I've ever seen... Teams that can't run the ball, can't stop the run. Some that can't stop the pass or can't block and make Manning get ride of the ball quickly. Would it be best for them to break the mold that they've been using ( Let Manning get you up and have your all world DE's get after the QB when the other team has to pass ) and build a all around better team for Manning? Some will say that there's no way the Colts will be better without Wayne ( Example ) but you could've said the same thing about the Pats with Moss. I know the Colts have won a lot of games with the way they've been doing things for years and some will say if it aint broke than don't fix it. I'm not saying there broke, but not being broke doesn't mean that still can change for the better. What do you guys think?
No announcement yet.
Is it time for the Colts to change the way they do things?