by Rivers McCown
We've come up with some games in Any Given Sunday this year that really stress what you thought you knew about a team. Detroit and Tampa Bay had execrable pass defenses last year, and now they are both much improved. Seattle's passing offense has proven to not be as limited as thought, and DK Metcalf factors into that. Lots of the upsets we've looked at are about things actually changing.
This upset? This upset was about something staying the same.
After drafting Quenton Nelson with their first-round pick in 2018 and Braden Smith with their second-rounder in that same class, the Colts created something they had never previously enjoyed in the Andrew Luck era: a dominant offensive line.