ATL’s 32 in 32 profile on the Colts

Mark Sessler of's Around The League took on the Colts in the 32 in 32 series this week, including several news and notes about the 2013 Colts. One of the issues he brings up is the Colts' need to improve on the offensive line, citing Gosder Cherilus as one of the top right tackles in the league who could help hold the fort in Indianapolis. 

1. The Colts were a nice story last season, but getting back to the playoffs won't come easy. Andrew Luck must be better protected. He faced a perpetually collapsing pocket as a rookie, and only three signal-callers were sacked more last season. Signing former Detroit Lions right tackle Gosder Cherilus helps. The five-year pro arguably is the NFL's second-best right tackle behind Andre Smith. If Anthony Castonzo matures at left tackle and free-agent signee Donald Thomas can hold down the fort at guard, Luck can do the rest.

Kyle J. Rodriguez

About Kyle J. Rodriguez

A film and numbers guru, Kyle writes about the NFL and the Indianapolis Colts for Bleacher Report, Draft Mecca and The Football Educator, and is a co-founder and associate editor of Colts Authority. Kyle also is a high school sports reporter for the MLive Media Group in Michigan, covering high school sports across the state.