5 Reasons Why the Colts are Still in a Rebuild
Implementing a New Offense
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When Frank Reich unveiled his “quick-strike” offense, it came with the realization that this system will take time and patience to implement in Indianapolis.
As good as Reich was at leading the Philadelphia Eagles’ offense, he had a number of skilled and talented players to work with.
As much as Colts fanst believe this system will work, it will take a year or two minimum to reach its full potential.
The Colts have made significant progress in rebuilding their team from a year ago, but that comes with a grain of salt.
Do not listen to the experts and fans telling you the Colts are ready to contend again because they are simply not there yet.
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Instead look at the bright side of this rebuild phase, and know that in two or three years the Colts will hopefully be back at the top of the conference and competing for Super Bowl titles once again.