Sunday, November 6, 2011
Colts GM made a tough decision when trading star LB Terrell Suggs and a 3rd round pick for the rights to RB Peyton Hillis at 1.17. With the potential bust line similar to that of 2007 draft pick Adrian Peterson, Colts management decided it was worth a shot a made the deal. Instead of hitting the bust line, Hillis rolled his best line (44 RS, 56 MS, 75 HP, and 50 REC). Now the Colts have a true one-two punch at the running back position. The 2008 season will rest squarely on the duel play of Matt Schuab and Derek Anderson at QB.
Posted by drube4 at 12:42 PM