Most of the 2010s decade was marred by terrible offensive line play. Still, there are some diamonds in the rough. Jeff Saturday starts things off at center. He only played two seasons in this decade with the Colts, but he made the Pro Bowl in 2010 which is good enough for this team.
At right guard, we decided to go with Jack Mewhort. While he only played four seasons in the league before retiring after 2017, he was the best interior lineman the Colts had until 2018. He can play both guard spots, so we slot him at right guard.
Mewhort is at right guard so that Quenton Nelson can be put at left guard. Nelson has only played two seasons in the league and is already one of the best offensive linemen in the NFL. He has been selected to First-Team All-Pro and the Prow Bowl both seasons.
Left tackle was another easy choice. Anthony Castonzo has been the most underrated offensive linemen the Colts have ever had. He’s been the rock at left tackle since 2011 and is an excellent choice to protect Luck’s blindside on this team.
Right tackle was a hard decision. Quite frankly, there weren’t that many good options. In the end, Ryan Diem won the spot. He only played two seasons in this decade but was solid in both of them. The rest of the offensive line can make up for him too if need be.
With the offense covered, it’s time to move over to the defensive side of the ball.