The Colts’ most stable position group heading into 2019

GLENDALE, AZ - NOVEMBER 24: Center Samson Satele
GLENDALE, AZ - NOVEMBER 24: Center Samson Satele /

Every year, teams undergo a lot of turnover on their roster. The Colts are no different. But what position group is the most stable heading into training camp?

The Colts have improved their roster dramatically since Chris Ballard was brought in as GM. He has done a good job of turning over the roster and weeding the bad players out of the organization. Doing that has required a lot of instability within some position groups.

But there is one unit who has the most stability heading into this season. It’s a unit where there hasn’t been a lot of turnover with players. This unit was actually the most improved unit on the team a season ago, and was one of the league’s best. That unit is the offensive line.

The offensive line doesn’t have any changes from the starting five that was there at the end of the season. Everyone is back and is healthy, which is the key thing. Stability in the offensive line is something every team strives for. You want to have everyone on the same page.

The offensive line stability is not only good for quarterback Andrew Luck, but also for Marlon Mack. He really came on at the end of the season and should continue to play well this year behind an elite group. Frank Reich wants the Colts to have a good rushing attack.

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Ultimately, stability is a good thing with some units, but it doesn’t mean anything if the unit isn’t talented. The Colts don’t have to worry about that with their offensive line.