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Examining the Indianapolis Colts’ New Offensive Identity
The Indianapolis Colts are turning into the Stanford Cardinal.
Having watched Andrew Luck in college, that transformation is an exceptionally encouraging development for Chuck Pagano's team.
Luck's dazzling career at Stanford under Jim Harbaugh, Greg Roman and eventually David Shaw and Pep Hamilton was the reason the Colts selected the quarterback with the first overall pick in the 2012 draft.
Last season, Luck operated Bruce Arians' relatively low-percentage, vertical-passing offense. Without a vast collection of talent, Indianapolis went 11-5 and advanced to the postseason.
The Colts' primary running backs, Vick Ballard and Donald Brown, carried the football 319 times for 1,231 yards (3.85 yards per carry).
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