Colts offense still trying to catch up with Andrew Luck
According to ProFootballWeekly.com, even though Colts quarterback Andrew Luck looked really good running the two-minute offense last week, Indy can’t run it as much as they would like to because the rest of the offense can’t handle it the way Luck can.
“After seeing how natural Andrew Luck looked and what great success he had running the no-huddle during the Colts’ final drive in Week Two (it was Luck’s first fourth-quarter game-winning drive), it is only natural to ask why the Colts wouldn’t use the two-minute offense more frequently. The answer directly relates to what the coaching staff identified in the offseason as one of its biggest challenges: trying not to confuse their young players by moving at the uniquely advanced pace of Luck. Luck is clearly ready, but an offensive line in flux because of injuries and a lack of continuity and a young WR corps simply are not,” wrote PFW.
Just imagine how much better Luck and the Colts offense will look once everyone is at the same level.