MUNTRADAMUS BOOT CAMP DAY 20B\nANY LUCK? (INDIANAPOLIS COLTS)\nBy Muntradamus\n\nThe Colts seem to be trending downwards as far as Franchise Value over the last couple of years. Andrew Luck cannot stay healthy, and their defense does not exist. Will things be different in 2017?\nDEFENSE\nC\nFirst thing the Colts did was improve their DTs. Which is huge because last year it did not exist. Stealing Al Woods from the Titans and Jonathan Hankins from the Giants was big time. Unfortunately the rest of their Front 7 is very weak. Yes Kendall Langford is ok, but his best days are behind him. The Colts lost their LB stars in D'Qwell Jackson and Jerrell Freeman. In comes Jabaal Sheard from the Patriots which helps. But their MLB position and DE position are very weak. Not a rock solid foundation.\n\nThe Secondary is managable at corner with Vontae Davis who is trending a bit down from where he was. Darius Butler and Rookie Quincy Wilson are beatable at the other corners. First Round Pick Malik Hooker is interesting at safety, but we shall see how his game translates to the NFL. For now wait and see, but this secondary has some holes.\nOFFENSE\nB+\nThe Colts are keeping their same offensive line in house. Which is fine because they were very young last year, so another year together they should be stronger. However last year was a bad year.\n\nRunning the ball, they are sticking with the ageless Frank Gore (RB3) at the current lead RB spot. Robert Turbin will spell and play 3rd down situations, but the rookie Marlon Mack was a 3rd Round Pick and set school records at UCF. I would monitor him during camps, however Gore continues to get it done year after year.\n\nAndrew Luck (QB1) has weapons around him. T.Y. Hilton (WR2) is an inconsistent BEAST, but his upside should continue to grow as Luck and Hilton play another year together. Hilton has been doing more and more besides running deep bombs working with Luck. Could be a great sleeper pick. Phillip Dorsett (WR4) has huge upside and should continue to grow as he plays with Luck for a 3rd straight season. The ex Factor is Donte Moncrief (WR3) another toy Luck has grown on his own. All in all, this group knows eachother and Luck should get them all involved.\n\nFor the first time, Luck only has 1 TE he can trust in Jack Doyle (TE 2) he will play like a TE 1 more often than not.\nIF MUNTRADAMUS WAS COACH\nTime to be the greatest show on turf. You have three athletic WRs who can do different things, let Luck launch the ball all season long.\nEARLY DRAFT STRATEGY\nMonitor all the Colts WRs. All could be great value.\n\nMonitor Luck.