The latest debate in Colts country isn’t deliberating whether ‘Coke or Pepsi’, even ‘Mac or PC’ is superior, but rather if the Indianapolis Colts should select Penn State running back Saquon Barkley or NC State pass rusher Bradley Chubb with the 3rd overall pick of the 2018 NFL Draft among other top prospect possibilities.

Team owner Jim Irsay made headlines earlier this week, when he alluded to the possibility that his franchise could be leaning toward selecting a certain superstar level running back (i.e. Barkley) with the 3rd overall pick.

However, as highly as Barkley is regarded as a running back prospect (maybe the best prospect at his position to come out since Adrian Peterson in 2007), it’s simply a more prudent idea to select the pass rusher: Bradley Chubb.

Last season, the league’s leading rusher, the Kansas City Chiefs Kareem Hunt, was selected in the 3rd round of the 2017 NFL Draft, whereas arguably the NFL’s future Offensive Rookie of the Year, the New Orleans Saints Alvin Kamara, was selected just about 20 picks earlier in the 3rd round at running back respectively.