I was looking through the archives here at Stampede Blue for any and all articles about CBSSports.com writer Pete Prisco, and found that he and BBS have butted heads before. BBS didn't like his Top 50 Players in the NFL, and BBS also didn't like Pete's apparent lack of research into the Colts position battles.
However, overall, I think Pete does a decent job covering the NFL. His article on Over/Under rated players even got a standing ovation from Stampede Blue. He's been previewing teams draft needs division by division, and he did the AFC South a couple days ago. He doesn't waste any time beating around the bush. Right out of the box, he says:
Here's what he had to say about the Colts:
Primary need: With Dwight Freeney coming off an injury, the Colts could use more depth at defensive end. You can never have enough of those kinds of players.
Secondary needs: Linebacker, wide receiver, guard.
Possible targets: Georgia defensive end-linebacker Marcus Howard, Auburn defensive end Quentin Groves or Florida receiver Andre Caldwell.
Summary: They are once again heading to the draft without any major needs. Without a first-round pick, that's a good position. Polian will get two or three good players out of this draft, even without a first.
Prisco also does a nice job talking about the needs of our division brethren, but you should read his story to find out about them.