The Indianapolis Colts won their second game in a row on Sunday, as they went into the Oakland Coliseum and beat a pretty bad Raiders team. Andrew Luck continues to look better every week, putting to rest all of the noise that said he would not be the same quarterback after suffering a pretty serious injury to his throwing shoulder.
Sure, the Colts have beaten the Buffalo Bills and the Raiders in the last two weeks, but wins are wins in the NFL. In a very winnable AFC South, there is no reason to think that a healthy Luck cannot bring the Colts all the way back this season, although they do have a long way to go.
Currently, if the season ended tomorrow, the Colts would be picking in the top-10 next April, and they should look to add a weapon to Luck’s arsenal with the selection. When it comes to wide receiver prospects, N’Keal Harry from Arizona State is an elite one, and possesses Odell Beckham Jr.-type hands.
With Harry and T.Y. Hilton at the top of the depth chart at wide receiver, and with how well the offensive line is gelling, the Colts could once again be a power in the AFC South as early as next season. Running backs Marlon Mack and Nyheim Hines are both young, and very talented, so the rest of the division should be put on notice now that Luck is back to 100 percent.