Indianapolis Colts ‘Midseason’ Awards

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Oct 4, 2015; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Indianapolis Colts general manager Ryan Grigson watches the Colts warm up before the game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at Lucas Oil Stadium. Indianapolis defeats Jacksonville 16-13 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

Least Valuable Person: Ryan Grigson

Ah, I tricked you, you were expecting a Least Valuable Player, weren’t you? Well, there could be a few player’s that are deserved of that award. However, I think it’s obvious who the least valuable person to the Colts is. It’s General Manager Ryan Grigson.

The one thing that Grigson has done that has helped the Colts is signing Frank Gore, that’s it. His big acquisitions from this offseason have been busts. Andre Johnson isn’t consistent and Phillip Dorsett was an awful draft choice, especially when the Colts needed help in different areas.

The way he’s structured this team has clearly turned out the way he’d hoped, and his inability to surround Andrew Luck with adequate blockers is unsettling. All these terrible moves have been an extreme detriment to the team, and that earns him the Least Valuable Person award.

In all seriousness, Grigson’s got to go. He’s the David Kahn of the NFL.

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