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2006 Colts Draft- Typical Colts

Published by on May 5, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - Indianapolis Colts

It's time to grade the Colts on their 2006 draft.

For grading criteria, if the player made it to the Pro Bowl, he gets an A. If he has started at least 24 games, 1.5 seasons, he gets a B. C's are still on the team. D's are still in the NFL. F's are no longer in the NFL. Plus and minuses are subjective.

Round one, Pick 30: Joseph Addai, RB, LSU:

Addai has already made the Pro Bowl, but is often injured. His only full season was his first, where he didn't start until the playoffs, and was part of a good RB tandem. Since then his numbers have decreased each season, as well as the number of games played, and the amount of playoff games the Colts have been to.

Addai has 748 total touches with 3,592 yards from scrimmage in three seasons. He has scored 30 TDs. The Colts will only go as far as their RBs can take them.

Grade: A

Round Two, Pick 62: Tim Jennings, CB, Georgia:

Tim has played in 38 games, ear...

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