It's April 29th, and the 2012 Draft is complete. With round one first pick the Indianapolis Colts took Stanford's QB Andrew Stanford. Things went a little south on March 8th and for the sake of cap space (two high profile QBs is ludacris), Peyton Manning has been released to find greener pastures. For all of those fans who keep saying Andrew Luck fits our system better, what system is that now? The system Tom Moore and Peyton Manning helped make. Tough break Gent's but who do we have capable of molding Luck and taking him to the next level within our franchise? You might disagree with me but Tom Moore was an integral part in the crafting of the future hall of fame QB Peyton Manning. The environment Manning came into was a huge factor to his success. In all honesty Christenson has just been banking it on Moore's and Manning's success just as Jim Caldwell has on Dungy's. Christenson is in no position to raise up the next prodigy. You can't tell me that without some of the primary architects of our 'decade of greatness' run this team hasnt been decaying in on itself (the Tampa 2 is a shell of it's former self$. In order for Luck or any new QB to succeed in 'our' offense we need to keep Manning around or start over with a new system and bring in a new OC. I honestly would hate to ever witness any Colts QB to go into a huddle and read off a play from a gay arm band (*cough* Brady). It's just not how we do things here in Indy. Our system works on offense and it's been proven time and time again. If we have to bring in another QB that doesn't hurt our cap space so much then bring in RG3 so Manning can polish him and not feel so threatened. But to truely make a player elite, he needs the right environment. Let me know what you think?