Now that the second wave of free agency has passed us, we look at the Colts situation going into the draft... Going out and resigning CB Vontae Davis, and Specialist Vinatieri and McAfee were total musts. Filling there Interior defensive line, and line backer voids, I think the Colts should now target a Safety, Interior Lineman, and Center. (Although they claim to be comfortable going into camp with Phil Costa and Khaled Holmes.) Don't be shocked if they also find a receiver in the late rounds.. They could always use more depth. At this point in time, look for the Colts to be finished for the most part with free agency and start preparing for the future. Come 2015, they will have to deal with players such as Andrew Luck, Anthony Costonzo, and T.Y Hilton. All three are expected big paydays. Expect Grigson to patch this team this year, and then see how much money he has left after next offseason... Then I believe the Colts can make a serious push for a Super Bowl Title. Given the losses and acquisitions thus far, let's look at the season schedule. Division opponents, NFC East, AFC North, New England, and Denver await the Colts. I expect them to be in the 10-12 win range again this season. Some players such as Offensive Lineman Chris Watt out of Notre Dame, Center Bryan Stork and Line Backer Telvin Smith out of Florida State, Strong Safety Vinnie Sunseri out of Alabama, and sleeper Running Back Storm Johnson from Central Florida, could be targets for the Colts come May. I believe Ryan Grigson needs a bounce back year as General Manager by trying to get some home runs late in the draft. Don't expect the Colts to trade up or down from there spots. After not receiving any extra compensation picks from the league, they are definitely limited. Hopefully in the draft and undrafted free agents, they can patch up any glaring weakness in there offense, defense, and special teams to be a major player in free agency next offseason. If they do, this team will be very scary on offense with weapons healing for Andrew, yearly improvement on the offensive line, and continuing to beef up there defense.