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NFL Analyst Projects A New QB For Colts In Latest Mock Draft

A helmet and gloves of the Indianapolis Colts on the sidelines prior to the game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at Jacksonville Municipal Stadium on December 18, 2008 in Jacksonville, Florida.
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The NFL draft season is officially upon us.

That means we will get plenty of mock drafts before the real thing at the end of April.

Every fan loves a mock draft to see which potential players their team could end up selecting.

NFL Network analyst Daniel Jeremiah came up with his Mock Draft 2.0 on Tuesday.

Among the interesting picks was that the Indianapolis Colts would be adding a new quarterback.

Jeremiah has the Colts selecting Ohio State quarterback C.J. Stroud fourth overall.

There is no question the Colts should be looking to draft a QB.

They have no franchise quarterback on their roster, and one of Stroud or Bryce Young should be there at fourth overall.

Indianapolis recently hired Shane Steichen as their new head coach.

Meaning he will want a young quarterback that he can help develop into a very good player.

It would be a surprise if Stroud makes it out of the top five.

So if the Colts want him they must make him a priority at fourth overall.

Ultimately, the NFL is a quarterback drive league.

The play of your signal caller will be one of the main reasons for the success of your team.

Indianapolis has seemingly not recovered from the surprise retirement of Andrew Luck.

Since then they have had Jacoby Brissett, Philip Rivers, Carson Wentz, and Matt Ryan under center.

It is time to find their next top-flight QB, and if that is Stroud then they must make him the pick at fourth overall.

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