I can't say it any better, so I'll let the experts from espn.com tell you:
Indianapolis Colts: For drafting No. 24 in the first round, the Colts did exceptionally well. They didn't get Troy Polamalu, who went to Pittsburgh after a trade-up, but they got the next best thing in the second round. By getting Mike Doss at safety in the second round, they got a potential leader in the secondary. The first round selection of tight end Dallas Clark may be curious, but he's the second tight end that this team has needed since the departure of Ken Dilger to Tampa Bay. Peyton Manning works best in a three-receiver set that can switch to a two-tight offense. Clark and Marcus Pollard are two exceptional pass-catchers, and Clark could do to the Colts tight end position what Marvin Harrison did to the receiving corps. He will get better and better each year.
The Colts were classified under one of the 'Winners', so apparently espn.com thinks they did a good job!