Where Indianapolis Colts Need to Continue to Surround Andrew Luck with Talent

October 7, 2012   ·     ·   Jump to comments

As the Indianapolis Colts come back from their Week 4 bye, it's been something of a mixed bag in the first three weeks of the Andrew Luck era, both where their new franchise quarterback and the rest of the team are concerned.
The first overall pick in April's NFL draft has had his ups and downs, completing just over 53 percent of his passes for 846 yards and five touchdowns with four interceptions while guiding the Colts to one victory in three tries.
With that said, Luck can't do the job himself. If the Colts are going to continue to rebuild, then there are a couple of areas that will have to be addressed.
First, the importance of the loss of head coach Chuck Pagano cannot be overestimated.
The team very much seemed to buy into Pagano's blue-collar philosophy. While it's, of course, much more important that Pagano focus on beating leukemia, a rookie head coach leaving a rookie quarterback in midseason is certainly a blow. It will be left to interim coach Bruce Aria...

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