The Indianapolis Colts used to be a kind of boring team off the field. They didn't do much in free agency or with trades and really looked to build through the draft--but not anymore. Under new general manager Ryan Grigson the team has not been afraid to do what it takes to make the team better.
Like trade for last season's No. 3 overall pick, Trent Richardson, two games into the season.
It kind of took the NFL and football loving world by surprise when the trade was announced: the Colts get Trent Richardson and the Cleveland Browns get a first round draft pick.
Since he was a first round pick last season it sounds pretty fair, right? At Alabama he was definitely a beast; in Cleveland--not so much. However that could very well be due to the lack of play-makers around him. In Cleveland the offensive line was not very good, the quarterback play erratic, and the wide receivers better at catching colds than footballs.
So all defenses had to do was sh...