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My Top 5 Colts Players

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Andrew Luck

Andrew Luck is the first player in my list. He is one of the few quarterback’s that I really think is a great player, and he has amazing skill on the field. I do not believe a list of the top 5 Colts players could be complete without him, and if I had my own team, I would draft him immediately. Andrew Luck has received many awards based on his performance on the field which are well deserved for a player with this level of skill. Although, this has not come easy for Andrew Luck. With any accomplishment, there is inevitably some struggle. Andrew Luck has suffered various injuries especially in 2015. However, despite his proneness to injury, Andrew Luck has been able to lead the Colts through to two division titles. He is a great player and easily at the top of my list of my top 5 Colts players.

Robert Mathis

Robert Mathis is another great player, and although he is second on my list, his playing skills are first grade! Robert Mathis is another Colts player whose skill was recognized in college. For some people, sports skills are natural and they are recognized early on. Coupled with his academic experience, he is a top person. He plays as an outback linebacker and does a fantastic job of it. And not to mention, this guy is huge! Players probably fear him (I know I would) and I’m sure he leaves turbulence as he walks down the street! Robert Mathis has been playing for a long time now, having been drafted in 2003. I’m sure we will see many great seasons to come, and I especially look forward to his performance in 2017.

Marvin Harrison

Marvin Harrison is the third top player in my list, and was drafted in 1996. This may seem like a long time ago, and that is probably because it is. It is over 20 years ago that Marvin Harrison was drafted, and although he is a former player of the Colts, I wish he would return (although I’m sure his skill is not what it once was). Marvin Harrison’s great skills were recognized in his ability to make the prestigious hall of fame. Marvin Harrison is smaller than a lot of players, but this just goes to show it’s not all about size. He has been able to play a fantastic game even with his smaller frame. Marvin Harrison has had a few injuries during his time, including a knee that gave him a lot of trouble. He played as a wide receiver during his career. I hope he is doing well, but I am sure there will never be a player like him.

Gary Brackett

Gary Brackett is another former player, but in my opinion, he is one of the greatest former players and he will always be remembered for his own individual abilities and skill. He played as a line backer in his time and did a fantastic job at it. Gary Bracket proved his great abilities in his first year of playing in 2005, and ever since then he continued to impress on the field. I have many fond memories of watching him play. He proved himself throughout his career with over 700 tackles in his career. I loved to watch him play and he will be missed from the game.

Pat McAfee

Pat McAfee was drafted in 2009. This makes him one of the newer players on the team, although it has been over 7 years now that he has been playing. Pat McAfee has done it all throughout his own life. He started by playing soccer, and now plays as a placekicker for the Colts. I guess this shows his love for sport. For some people, it just runs in their blood. Pat McAfee cut his hair off in 2011 for children, and this was a great way to raise funds and awareness in the community for the importance of struggles of children and to assist in raising money for them. He has also suffered his fair share of person struggles in his own life. This happens to be a trend with a lot of players, especially when they end their careers and the fame stops. Perhaps the fame starts to make them question other areas of their life that may be lacking. I guess with the fame awarded to them there may be many people that like them, but very few people that understand them. I know people in the general public wouldn’t recognize this. They would only see the positive aspects of fame, but it is hard for us to recognize it when we do not experience it first hand. I know this post was not meant to be about the struggles of celebrities and public figures, but it has become that. Perhaps I will post another article about this issue in the future! Regardless of that, I believe Pat McAfee is a fantastic player and should be appreciated for this.

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