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Head Coach: Chuck Pagano
An incredibly popular man in Indianapolis, Chuck Pagano isn't going anywhere anytime soon. But this is a big year for him in his third year as a head coach, as this is the time where he should begin to feel more comfortable with the organization.
Players absolutely love Pagano, and it's not hard to see why. He's an incredible motivator and leader, pumping up whoever he's talking to. One of the best indicators of this came back before the 2012 playoff game against the Baltimore Ravens, when so many of their defensive players talked about him and how much they loved him.
At the same time, Pagano doesn't always make the best decisions, especially with the game on the line. Fans are still upset that he decided to punt it against the Patriots when they were down big in the fourth quarter. These kinds of decisions are ones that Pagano is going to have to fix to help lead his team.
Offensive Coordinator: Pep Hamilton
Pep Hamilton was under fire more than any member of the Colts this season with the possible exception of Richardson. His "No Coast" offense didn't exactly work out, as the Colts ranked 15th with 341.8 total yards per game and 14th with 24.4 points per game.
With Luck under center, you would expect a bit more.
But there were times at the end of the year where Hamilton showed some real creativity and let Luck loose, leading to some big offensive performances.
There were rumors that Hamilton was a candidate for the head coaching job at Vanderbilt, but he took himself out of the running to stay with the Colts. Regardless of what you think about him, if Hamilton had left, Luck would have had to work with his third offensive coordinator in three years, and that would seriously hinder his development.
Defensive Coordinator: Greg Manusky
Some Colts fans are calling for Greg Manusky to be fired, and it really feels like this could be his last chance at proving his defense will work.
The defense looked good at times, but they also looked very bad at others. The Colts allowed 357.1 total yards and 21.0 points per game in 2013, ranking 20th and ninth, respectively.
Those numbers could be better, but at the same time they're not completely terrible. However, the big concern was the complete collapse during the postseason, with the Colts allowing 87 total points in just two postseason games.
The defense will need to step it up this year or the Colts could be looking for a new defensive coordinator after the 2014 season.