The Colts are not a top 5 team. They are like the Saints where yes that offense can be potent, but with the defense being super porous (90 points in 2 games) and not defensive talent being added the typical 30 points per game won't be enough. With the Texans and Jags adding all that talent they will be lucky to win that division as well.
@Walter: My friend you are unfortunately in what I like to call the "sh t twi-light zone." I have been following your NBA picks for the last few days or so and......Damn son, you are at ground zero of the already mentioned "....zone." We have all been there and like a bad taco,..."this to will pass." Tonight s debacle was a missed 2nd free throw by Toronto that would have at least gave you a push. Hang in there man.....just brutal three or four games.
Can put the ball on the floor for a couple dribbles and work for his own shot
Uses a hook shot to his advantage due to his long arms
Doesn't need to be a scorer to make an impact on the floor
Too wirey; needs to add strength
Gets out-physicaled in the post by bigger opponents
Relies too much on his shot-blocking as a defender
Free throw shooting
Summary: He is only a junior, but because of his transfer from Michigan, Udoh will turn 23 in May, which could influence his decision to turn pro this summer rather than wait until he is 24. His upside is less than younger players, but he continues to improve his all-around game. If he declares for the 2010 NBA Draft, his defensive ability and growing potential would likely land him in the mid-late first round.
Player Comparison: Serge Ibaka. Like Ibaka, Udoh is a great athlete who uses his length to be very effective on the glass and as a shot blocker. Offensively, both of their games are a work in progress, but have shown the potential for improvement. Udoh will likely begin his NBA career in the same way Ibaka has with the Thunder - as an energy guy who brings defense off the bench.