Winston Justice: “Always Some Type of Drama with Philly”
The Indianapolis Colts are one of the biggest surprises in the NFL this season.
After winning just two games a year ago, Indy has already tripled that total and they are right in the thick of the playoff picture in the AFC.
Look no further than quarterback Andrew Luck as the reason for the turnaround. Luck was touted as the best quarterback prospect since John Elway during the pre-draft process and hype has surrounded him for years. He’s more than lived up to it in his rookie campaign.
He’s not doing it all by himself though.
He has gotten some help. Reggie Wayne is having a monster season and has turned into the security blanket that a young quarterback needs and despite some struggles at times, the Indy offensive line is giving Luck just enough time to deliver the ball through the air.
One of the players on that line is Winston Justice.
Justice is a former second round pick of the Philadelphia Eagles that just never worked out in the City of Brotherly Love. He was traded to Indy this offseason, has gotten a fresh start and given all the issues on the Philly offensive line it seems like a big mistake.
Winston Justice joined 1070 the Fan in Indy with JMV to talk about what he thinks about what is going on with the Philadelphia Eagles:
“I’m not really watching the games that much but you can’t help but hear them going through stuff and I mean every year there is always some type of drama with Philly. Something was going to happen. (Andy) Reid went through a very hard time losing his son. I bet that has a lot to play in the whole performance of the team. Hope they can pull it together.”