Super Bowl XLV is done and in the books. This means we know that the will be drafting at the no. 31 spot in the first round while the World Champion are at no. 32.
With this new information in hand, .
For the , SB Nation’s Brian Galliford thinks their strategy will change very little now that the festivities in Dallas are complete.
22. Indianapolis Colts: Derek Sherrod, OT, Mississippi State. Indy’s left tackle position has been a crapshoot since left the team, and as awesome as is, the Colts won’t be Super Bowl-ready until they do more in front of him. Sherrod has the quicks and the experience to start right away.
Though the Colts offensive line allowed few sacks last year, it was clearly a major weakness for the team, especially when one looks at the rushing stats. Upgrading the unit by infusing fresh, reliable talent should be priority no. 1 for Bill Polian and the Colts brain trust during the 2011 offseason.