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Lessons Learned from Indianapolis Colts’, Ryan Grigson’s 2012 Draft Strategy

Published by on June 25, 2012
Article Source: Bleacher Report - Indianapolis Colts

When the future prospects of the Indianapolis Colts are discussed, general manager Ryan Grigson's name is rarely one of the first heard, but maybe it should be. After a pre-draft season that surprisingly saw Grigson retain Peyton-era cornerstones Robert Mathis and Reggie Wayne even though they are in the autumn of their careers, Grigson gave us more food for thought by deploying his draft picks in a way that few saw coming.


Grigson Believes in Playing to One's Strengths

What do you get for a team that needs everything? Of course, you begin with a quarterback that can take the helm from day one, but after that? Grigson used his next three picks on the offensive side of the ball, even though the Colts are switching to a new 3-4 defense under head coach Chuck Pagano. They weren't just offensive picks, but all were...

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