Nov 2, 2015; Charlotte, NC, USA; A Indianapolis Colts helmet lays on the field after the game against the Carolina Panthers at Bank of America Stadium. Carolina defeated Indianapolis 29-26 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports
Right Guard: Jake Scott (2004-2005)
This is going strictly off position played with the Colts, as we could easily move Ryan Lilja to this spot, but Scott played it for four years. Many remember the Colts as having a lot of stability across the offensive line that led to the team having great protection. But that isn’t quite true as Scott was a four year player and three year starter with the team. Many positions (like guard outside linebacker) were seen as expendable to the Colts and they would draft a player, use him for four years, and move on (contracts to the skill positions generally dictated these terms).
Scott was a starter for perhaps the most important years of the Manning-era, from 2005 to 2007. Years when the team was at its absolute peak. Scott would have another four years as a starter with the Titans after leaving the Colts.
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