Even though Andrew Luck is well on his way back to the game, the Colts must take this rebuild one step at a time.
Excitement swirled around Indianapolis when Andrew Luck was seen throwing footballs at Colts OTA’s.
There was a lot to be happy about as Colts fans got to see their quarterback suited up for the first time since the end of the 2016 season. Yet this news also brought out a lot of positive takes from those around the Colts.
Experts and those close to the team are feeling confident that the Colts are ready to be contenders again in 2018.
In late March, Colts owner Jim Irsay asked fans for patience during the teams rebuilding phase. Irsay said he expected the process to be around three years long.
Although the Andrew Luck news is another step in the right direction, the Colts still have a long way to go in their rebuild. From lack of depth to inexperienced coaching, here are five reasons why the Colts still have a ways to go until they are relevant again in the National Football League.