3 reasons the Colts should trade up in the NFL Draft for a quarterback

The abrupt retirement of Andrew Luck just weeks before the start of the 2019 season would’ve been hard to overcome for any team. The Indianapolis Colts were pegged as a potential Super Bowl contender heading into the season with Luck at the helm. But, without their star quarterback, the Colts failed to even make the playoffs.

Following their disappointing 2019 campaign, the Colts have some work to do this offseason if they want climb back into the Super Bowl discussion.

There are a few question marks across the board for Indianapolis, but none is more paramount than who’s going to be their starting quarterback.

The Colts were essentially forced to go with Jacoby Brissett this past year due to Luck’s sudden retirement. Now that the front office has an entire offseason to address the most important position, they’ll likely exhaust all of their assets into finding their new face of the franchise.

Here are three reasons the Colts must go after a quarterback in the 2020 NFL Draft.

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