Well, as many of you may agree, it looks as if the Colts may have only half-heartedly tried to improve the O-Line this offseason. I think our tackles are definitely sufficient, and sure, we released Satele, but if Holmes wasn't good enough to start over him last season, why would he be any better this season? I understand why we wouldn't pick up Mack, as he is a huge hit against the cap that we need for resignings next season. Also, we picked up Costa, who may be a slight improvement, but played behind a rookie center for the Cowboys last season. Thornton is now moving to the right side, which is his natural side, but will it really help him improve that much?? Many mock drafts have us picking safeties (which we do need) and WR's (who I don't think we need as much as all the "experts" think) early. I think instead we need to form a strong O-Line to protect our superstar young QB and he can then work with one of the best receiving corps in the league. We can worry about WR's when Reggie is gone, because I expect him to come back as strong as ever.