No. 16 Edge On PFF’s 101 — The Colts needed pass rush help last offseason, and while not many knew exactly what production they’d get when they signed Justin Houston at the time, he delivered the goods. He had just one sack through the first four games of the season, but then flipped a switch in Week 5 against his former team, the eventual Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs. He had a sack and two forced fumbles in that contest, leading into a campaign that brought 11.0 sacks, 13 tackles for loss, two forced fumbles and three fumbles recovered in the end, including a six-game stretch in which he had at least one sack, leading to his first double-digit sack season since 2014. The Colts needed to rely more on their defensive ends after Kemoko Turay suffered a season-ending injury in that matchup with the Chiefs; and Houston proved to be worth every penny.