Colts receive No. 22 pick in 2011 NFL Draft
After last weekend’s loss to the New York Jets, the Indianapolis Colts will officially have the 22nd pick in the 2011 NFL Draft. Peyton Manning and company fell 17-16 to the Jets after a last-second field goal by Nick Folk to help them advance for a Divisional round matchup against the New England Patriots.
The Colts finished the regular season with a 10-6 record and won the NFC South for the seventh time in eight seasons. After overcoming numerous injuries on both sides of the ball and finishing the regular season on a high note by winning four-straight games, it’s time for Indianapolis to start preparing for 2011. There are numerous positions Indianapolis needs to focus on in the upcoming draft–especially when it comes to the offensive line.
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