Here’s what the Colts got for giving up the first-round pick: 157 carries, 458 yards, 2.9 yards a carry, 32.7 yards a game, three touchdowns and a demotion.
That’s not what many people envisioned when the biggest trade of the season happened prior to Week 3.
I know some of you are ready to call the Richardson trade a complete failure. I’m not one of them. Will Richardson run like he did at Alabama? Probably not. I want to see Richardson after a complete offseason and training camp with the Colts. But the Browns are the winners as of this very moment.
The Colts could use that first-round pick because they need help on the offensive and defensive line.