We are in a new decade, and since there are no live sports going on right now, it seems to be the perfect time to put together the Colts’ All-Decade team for the 2010s.
The 2010s were a decade of change for the Colts organization. They transitioned from Peyton Manning to Andrew Luck, and then again from Luck to Jacoby Brissett. They went through three head coaches and three general managers. Only one player remained on the roster from the entire decade.
Now that the decade has come to a close, it’s time to assess the teams of the 2010s and make our own Colts All-Decade team. There were some extremely tough choices to make, especially on the defensive end. There were some very tough calls.
We will go through unit by unit to explain our choices and why we chose each player for that specific position. The only positions where there will be backups are quarterback and running back, and there will be two tight ends and three receivers chosen as well.
For our first unit, we will look at the quarterback and running back position together. Quarterback was an easy decision, but we had a tougher time deciding the starter at running back. Without further ado, here is the 2010s All-Decade team.