The Indianapolis Colts season is over, but how did they perform at each position and will those players be back in 2016?
The Colts entered 2015 expecting to dictate terms to opposing defenses. They looked loaded at wide receiver and had a variety of ways they could beat their opponents. In limited preseason work, the Colts offense was picking opponents apart and able to move the ball at will.
But that dominant offense never came together. Andrew Luck‘s injuries were the primary reason why, but some of the wide receivers failed to live up to their potential. This was another position where the Colts took a big swing not only in free agency but also in the draft. Neither of those moves panned out like the team hoped they would (and that wasn’t even related to Luck’s injuries).
While this unit might not have lived up to preseason expectations, it is sure to be a strength in 2016. The talent level is there and another year of experience will only strengthen the younger players on the roster.
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