Johnny Unitas passed for a touchdown in 47 consecutive games between 1958-1960.

Indianapolis Colts 2020 Draft Grade: D

The Colts are a bit confusing.  They brought in Philip Rivers with Jacoby Brissett already established at tosser.  Rivers and Brissett's stats are similar and Brissett is young and relatively cheap.  Then they take QB Jacob Eason who is a cancer in the clubhouse.  Jonathan Taylor should be a beast behind the Colts offensive line.  Michael Pittman was a reach, but could be productive opposite of T.Y. Hilton. 

Indianapolis Colts 2018 Draft Grade: B

We like that they took two potential Pro Bowl guards in Quenton Nelson and Braden Smith.  After that, the train went a bit off the tracks.  They reached for all of their second round defenders in Tyquan Lewis, Kemoko Turay and Darius Leonard.  Of the three Leonard is the best prospect, but there were much better defenders available in the second round.

Indianapolis Colts 2017 Draft Grade: A-

The Colts went defense in the first three rounds and were able to get players who were projected to be drafted higher.  S Malik Hooker is a nice value at pick 15, and second round corner Quincy Wilson was a borderline first rounder. Third round DE Terell Basham had a second round grade.  Look for 4th round RB Marlon Mack to be the starter by the end of 2017.  Fifth round LB Anthony Walker could also compete for a starting spot.  The Colts needed a lot of help on defense and they made significant strides in this draft.

Indianapolis Colts 2016 Draft Grade: C+

The Colts reached with nearly every pick in the draft, but at least the reaches were for offensive linemen.  Ryan Kelly should be a day one starter at center, but he's not a special player.  S T.J. Green was reach in the second round and third round pick OT La'Raven Clark just isn't very good.  4th round DT Hassan Ridegway was their best value pick and 5th round tackle Joe Haeg may be a better pro than Clark.

Indianapolis Colts 2015 Draft Grade: C+

We are big fans of first round pick Phillip Dorsett, but didn't they need a defensive player there?  They went strong on defense after that pick nabbing defensive end Henry Anderson and corner Djoun Smith in the third round. In the 6th round they took Georgia inside linebacker Amarlo Herrera who is limited athletically but was productive in the SEC for several years.  We also like running back Josh Robinson, a bowling ball out of Mississippi State.  The Colts have ensured that they will continue to be dominant on offense, but their defense didn't do enough to get better.

UDFA most likely to make the team: Donald Celiscar- CB, Western Michigan

Indianapolis Colts 2014 Draft Grade: B

The Colts didn't have a first or fourth round pick, but they made the most of what they had.  We had their third round pick, WR Donte Moncrief, rated as the third wide receiver coming out of this class.  Two years ago the Colts selected our number one rated receiver T.Y. Hilton in the third round.  We were correct and probably will be again.  Moncrief was one of the steals of the draft.  G/T Jack Mewhort was drafted in the second round and he provides versatility as a guard who could play tackle in a pinch.  There isn't much more that catches our eye, but Moncrief will be someone to watch though probably not until 2015 after Reggie Wayne retires.

UDFA most likely to make the team: Louchiez Purifoy- CB, Florida