The Indianapolis Colts will have numerous new faces on their roster when they return to Westfield for a training camp ahead of the 2022 season.
Even though Colt’s lack superstars, they have a chance to make the playoffs this season. Despite this,
As NFL.com’s Dan Hanzus welcomed a new group of “NFL Superstars Club” members, quarterback Matt Ryan made his way out the door while running back Jonathan Taylor entered.
The following is what he had to say about kicking Ryan out:
After a 14-year career in Atlanta, Matty Ice has established himself as the greatest quarterback in Falcon’s history. In terms of Ryan’s long-term health, we’re excited about the transfer to Indianapolis, but the Colts’ run-heavy offence and dearth of impact receivers make me fear that the 37-year-old Ryan will be reduced to game manager duties. Those days of being a top-notch gunman in his youth are long gone.
Even if the Colts switching to a more conservative offence, Ryan can still prosper there. I doubt he’ll be the driving force behind his own attack. (That person will be discussed in more detail shortly.) As a starter, you can count on Ryan, but he’s no longer the game-changer he was in the past. That’s OK.
It’s possible that in 2021, Ryan will not have to play as much hero ball with the Colts as he had to in his time with the Falcons. Improved play from the starting offensive line and running game should alleviate some of Pittman Jr.’s workload as he looks to assist Parris Campbell and Alec Pierce in the passing game.
The decision to include Taylor in the Superstar Club was a no-brainer
Everything Taylor needs can be found in her. At 226 pounds, he can run you over with his breakaway speed and elite vision in addition to his rapid bursts and lateral mobility. Second-year running back James Taylor won the league’s rushing title, and especially amazing performance given the team’s lacklustre passing game and a shaky offensive line owing to injuries.
In his age-23 season, he’ll have an improved quarterback (Matt Ryan) and a stronger offensive line that could be one of the league’s finest. Considering Frank Reich’s track record, a 2,000-yard run is not out of the question. This was a no-brainer for me.
In spite of the fact that Taylor had a better year than expected in 2021, he still wants to be the second player since 2010 to lead the NFL in rushing in back-to-back seasons.
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