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Indianapolis Colts Made Colossal Mistake During First Round of 2010 NFL Draft

Published by on September 19, 2010
Article Source: Bleacher Report - Indianapolis Colts

Looking back at the 2010 NFL Draft, the Indianapolis Colts made a colossal mistake. Even before the draft, I was telling everyone I knew that the Colts needed to choose a safety in the first round considering Bob Sanders' injury history.

Instead, the Colts decided to draft Jerry Hughes, a defensive end out of TCU. Don't get me wrong, Hughes is a very good player. However, Indianapolis had the opportunity to take a premier safety such as  South Florida's Nate Allen or USC's Taylor Mays. Also, they are already set at defensive end with Pro Bowlers Dwight Freeney and Robert Mathis.

The Colts should have known that an injury to Bob Sanders would be inevitable after he played four games in 2006, six games in 2008, and two ...

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