AFC South: Changes To Indy Coaching Staff Will Have Little Effect

July 18, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

David Bowie and Ozzy Osbourne have spoken of changes over the years and now the Indianapolis Colts are going through some changes of their own.
For the past 12 seasons, Peyton Manning and the Colts have looked to one man for direction on offense; 71-year old Tom Moore . Like Manning, Moore is entering his 13th year with the Colts and both have enjoyed a successful run among the ranks of the élite in the offensive hierarchy in the NFL. With Moore's help, Manning has produced prolific passing numbers and established himself among the greatest quarterbacks in NFL history.
In 2009, the Colts began to make the transition from Moore to assistant head coach/wide receivers coach Clyde Christensen as offensive coordinator. But due to critical remarks from Manning about the way the front office was handling the transition and the inexperience of the coaches brought in to replace the likes of Moore and offensive line coach Howard Mudd , these changes were delayed.
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