What went right: Pass. Fine, we’ll try. Toler had 10 passes defended and forced a fumble this season. Aside from those 11 plays, there’s nothing positive to speak of.
What went wrong: Everything. He missed six games due to injury and was a liability when he was on the field. It was honestly surprising opposing teams didn’t exclusively target him when he was on the field. Pro Football Focus gave him a grade of 35.9 (out of 100) for the season. The only area where he had anything resembling a positive grade was as a pass rusher, and he didn’t even record a sack.
Offseason expectations: Toler is a free agent and there is no reason for the Colts to even consider bringing him back. If the Colts do, then there needs to be an even more serious discussion about how the team evaluates talent. Frankly they should have cut him before the season started and found someone else to start.
Next: Darius Butler