Number One: Indianapolis Colts
Andrew Luck shocked the world by announcing his retirement before a preseason game in 2019, thrusting Jacoby Brissett into the starting role.
Frank Reich has been vocal on his support for Brissett, but passing on Teddy Bridgewater could be a huge mistake.
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The Indianapolis Colts head into the 2020 offseason with the second-most cap space in the NFL (just over 86 million dollars) and will look to add some serious talent to help compete with the Houston Texans in the competitive AFC South.
Jacoby Brissett played decently, but couldn’t figure out how to help the team win games. Brissett completed just over sixty percent of his passes for 2,942 yards and an 18-6 touchdown to interception ratio.
Adding a proven winner in Teddy Bridgewater would instantly put the Colts into serious playoff contention. Brissett is a mere 12-20 in his NFL career and his lack of experience has cost the Colts multiple games.
Bringing in Teddy Bridgewater to play behind one of the best offensive lines in the NFL with a ton of cap space to add some weapons would help point the Colts in the right direction when it comes to competing with the Texans and Titans for the division title.
The Colts are in a great spot to acquire the talents of Teddy Bridgewater and they would have enough cap space to build around him as well.