The Colts have done a great job over this offseason to improve the team across the board. Despite winning 11 games and reaching the playoffs in 2012, Ryan Grigson and the Colts' brass realized that their roster really was one of the least talented groups in the league.
Armed with the most cap space Indianapolis has had in years, Ryan Grigson went out and improved every single position in free agency and the draft, including up to 11 new starters.
It's the biggest overhaul in recent memory for a playoff team with a franchise quarterback, but one that should pay great dividends both in 2013 and in the long run.
With the unfamiliar roster, where can we expect to see the Colts both succeed and struggle in 2013? To answer that question, we'll take a look at each position's biggest strength and biggest weakness.