5 Offseason Moves Indianapolis Colts Should Have Made

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5 Offseason Moves Indianapolis Colts Should Have Made
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The Indianapolis Colts enter the bye week 1-2 after suffering an embarrassing loss at the hands of the Jacksonville Jaguars Sunday. After seeing three games, I think this team has much to improve on.

One thing is, the offensive line has issues protecting Andrew Luck and blocking for a run game. No Colts have broken 100 yards rushing yet this season.

Another thing that the Colts must fix is secondary help. The first two games were dismal, and the third against the Jaguars, they looked better, but the quarterback they were playing against is the worst in the league. It's too hard to tell after the Jaguars game due to Blaine Gabbert's inability to be a quarterback, but what it did show is that there's not enough depth, as two second-stringers got beat for the game deciding touchdown.

The third major flaw I see is coaching. The coaching staff has been playing to not lose instead of win, and that's come back to bite them now, as the Colts should be 2-1 right now instead of 1-2.

Here are the five things I think the Colts should have done in the offseason to be in a better spot right now.

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