This year there were a total of twelve teams in the NFL that finished the season below 500. Over the next few weeks, we will look at the needs of all these teams and players that they could go after in this spring's NFL Draft. The first team is no other than the NFL worst Indianapolis Colts. The Colts lost Peyton Manning and this caused them to play a lot worse. Curtis Painter proved not to be the answer as the Colts lost every game he started in. The biggest need for the Colts is a quarterback of the future. Since they have the number one pick, they should go and get Stanford QB Andrew Luck. Andrew Luck reminds me a lot of Green Bay superstar QB Aaron Rodgers. Both quarterbacks are mobile and are good at throwing on the run. Luck is also as accurate as Aaron Rodgers is. Andrew Luck would be the perfect long term replacement for Peyton Manning because of his potential to become the next great quarterback. The Colts could use some defensive upgrades at cornerback, and outside linebacker. One player they could use with the first pick of the second round is Oklahoma OLB Ronnell Lewis who got the nickname "The Hammer" for his on the field tenacity. An under-the-radar candidate for that pick that should rise up scout boards is Virginia CB Chase Minnifield. Minnifield had six interceptions this season and has some great ball skills. Minnifield has the potential to be a number one or two cornerback. The Colts could also use a tough runningback and Wisconsin RB Montee Ball would be a good pick in the third-round. The Colts have a few major needs that can thrun them into a better team in the long haul.