Yeah probably, but that isn't going to stop me. Since the players from the 2005 draft have only 3 years in the league (and few have seen significant time every year) there is a lot less information to go off of and more time for improvement. Because of this I'll streamline down the format.
WR Braylon Edwards- 1 PB, 2692 yards, 25 TDs
OLB DeMarcus Ware- 1 AP, 2 PB, 33.5 sacks, 3 year starter
OLB Shawne Merriman- 1 AP, 3 PB. 39.5 sacks, 3 year starter
OT Jammal Brown- 1 AP, 1 PB, 3 year starter
Colts Pick: CB Marlin Jackson- 3 INTs, 173 tackles, 2 year starter
OG Logan Mankins- 1 PB, 3 year starter
MLB Lofa Tatupu- 1 AP, 3 PB, 3 year starter, 8 INTs, 6.5 sacks, 262 tackles
RET Justin Miller- 1 PB, 3 KR TD, 2938 return yards
Colts Pick: Kelvin Hayden- 3 INTs, 118 tackles, 1 year starter
HB Frank Gore- 1 PB, 4457 yards, 18 TDs
LB Kirk Morrison- 3 year starter, 289 tackles, 6 INTs, 2 sacks
CB Ellis Hobbs- 3 year starter, 6 INTs, 2 KR TD
Colts Pick: Vincent Burns- 0 games played
HB Marion Barber- 1 PB, 33 TDs, 2760 yards
HB Brandon Jacobs- 1854 yards, 22 TDs, Kenton Keithesque receiving
S Kerry Rhodes- 3 year starter, 10 INT, 8 sacks, 213 tackles
Colts Pick: Dylan Gandy- 1 year starter
RET Darren Sproles- 2 RET TD, 2536 return yards
Colts Pick: Matt Giordano- 3 INTs, 45 tackles, blazing fast
DE Trent Cole- 1 PB, 25,5 sacks, 1 INT, 2 year starter
Colts Pick: Jonathan Welsh- 6 games played
LB Michael Boley- 3 year starter, 204 tackles, 4 INTs, 6 sacks
Colts Pick: Tyjuan Hagler- 43 tackles 1 sack
TE Bo Scaife- 2 year starter, 1077 yards, 6 TDs
DB Chris Harris- 3 year starter, 168 tackles, 6 INTs
Colts Pick: Dave Rayner- 2 year starter
QB Derek Anderson- 1 PB, 4580 pass yards, 34 TDs, TD:INT>1
CB Reynaldo Hill- 2 year starter, 6 INTs, 94 tackles
Colts Pick: Anthony Davis- 0 games played
FB Madison Hedgecock- 2 year starter
RET Josh Cribbs- 1 PB, 5 RET TD, 5065 return yards
1. Marlin Jackson, CB has been a weak spot for the D for a long time so I can't pass on him.
2. Frank Gore, a beast in San Fransisco. Just think what he could do in a real offense.
3. Kerry Rhodes, he earned a contract similar to Sanders' for a 3rd rounder that's a steal. The 8 sacks likely means his can handle box duties and keep blocks off Bob, so he can do his thing.
4. Trent Cole, big enough to be a DE or Under Tackle, with great sack production. Freeney/Cole starting with Mathis spelling would be a terror.
4. Matt Giordano, a good special teams guy who can step into a starting role decently.
5. Micheal Boley, Atlanta's star defender. Boley makes plays.
5. Tyjuan Hagler, only the second starting LB of the Dungy era to be resigned past his rookie deal.
6. Reynaldo Hill, solid late round CB to fill the other CB spot
7. Josh Cribbs, the best kickoff returner in the game and he does punts well too.