Colts hammer defensive needs in this seven-round 2021 NFL mock draft

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Philip Rivers, Indianapolis Colts

Indianapolis Colts quarterback Philip Rivers (Photo by Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports)

Improving the Indianapolis Colts with a complete seven-round 2021 NFL mock draft

The Indianapolis Colts could not pull off the upset in Buffalo and will now look ahead to the upcoming offseason. Nothing is more important for the Colts this offseason than figuring out their quarterback situation. Do they bring Philip Rivers back for another year? Perhaps another veteran free-agent option like Ryan Fitzpatrick would make sense? Would trading for a young and struggling quarterback like Carson Wentz or Sam Darnold make sense? Where does Jacob Eason fit into these plans?

Indianapolis certainly has a lot of options at the quarterback position, with none of them being ideal. They could make a move for a quarterback in the 2021 NFL Draft but picking at No. 21 overall leaves them in a tough position for that. The top four quarterbacks will likely be long gone at No. 21 but making a big trade up for one of those premier prospects could be an option. Would they consider Mac Jones or Kyle Trask at No. 21? Both players feel like a reach in that range.

It will certainly be interesting to see what the Colts do to solve their quarterback issue but there are other holes on this roster that must be addressed as well. The Colts could establish themselves as the clear favorites in the AFC South with a strong showing this offseason. How can Indy get the most bang for their buck in the draft this offseason? Let’s take a look with a complete seven-round 2021 NFL mock draft for the team.

Note: This 2021 NFL mock draft was completed using the Mock Draft Simulator over at NFL Mock Draft Database.

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