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Colin Cowherd sees Super Bowls in the future for Colts

Colin Cowherd

The Indianapolis Colts are coming off of a 2018 campaign in which they won 10 games and captured a Wild Card berth in the AFC, upsetting the Houston Texans in the Wild Card Round of the playoffs before falling to the Kansas City Chiefs in the Divisional Round the following week.

However, with Andrew Luck under center and Marlon Mack in the backfield, not to mention a bright head coach in Frank Reich, Fox Sports talk-show host Colin Cowherd thinks the Colts will be collecting some hardware soon:

With Tom Brady now 41 years old, the New England Patriots’ stranglehold on the AFC is probably not going to last much longer, which is going to open the door for a new team.

Naturally, the first club that comes to mind is the Kansas City Chiefs, who, under the leadership of MVP quarterback Patrick Mahomes, have an explosive offense that should wreak havoc on the NFL for years to come.

The Cleveland Browns are another possibility, with Baker Mayfield now having weapons like Odell Beckham Jr. and Jarvis Landry to throw the football, not to mention a potentially dynamic running back duo of Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt.

But what about the Colts?

Surely, Indianapolis should be right there so long as Luck stays healthy. The Colts could certainly use some more pieces, as they are a bit behind the Chiefs and the Browns in the overall arms race, but there is no question that Indy should be a contender in the AFC for years to come.