SimBull Full Team Breakdown: Indianapolis Colts
Vendetta Sports Media continues its breakdown of the SimBull value of all 32 NFL teams with a breakdown of the Indianapolis Colts. An up-and-down year left the Colts with a lot of questions, but many were addressed over the course of their off-season. At $36 a share, are the Colts a good buy? For more SimBull content, check out our recent breakdown on the Green Bay Backers, which can be found here.
Biggest Reasons To Buy On SimBull
The entire decision to buy or not buy rests upon your belief in Carson Wentz, as the team built around him is LOADED with talent, despite the Colts not always drafted entirely well. An excellent offensive line, young receivers, a good running game, and a fast and mean defense give Colts fans a lot to look forward to. Philip Rivers was a stop-gap and this is the Colts’ best chance at a deep playoff run in years. There is a lot to like here. Say what you will about GM Chris Ballard, but this team is built to win and win now.
Biggest Reasons To Avoid Buying On SimBull
There honestly are not many reasons not to buy Colts stock, as they are a supremely talented team in a very winnable division. Wentz failing to regain his confidence and form could be a significant drawback, although Wentz can likely produce when he needs to. That being said, if his reunion with Frank Reich does not go well and Wentz fails to produce, what happens to this team? Their quarterback room consists of Wentz, Jacob Eason, Jalen Morton, and Sam Ehlinger. Not a lot of wiggle room at QB for the Colts.
I asked myself if I believed in Wentz and the Colts. In short, I do. I love this team’s roster and in a lackluster AFC South, wins should not be too hard to come by, so their price will only go up from here. Buy this Colts team and watch the money come pouring in. You can thank me later.
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