He may already be arguably one of the best quarterbacks in the AFC, but this is going to be the season where Andrew Luck solidifies himself as an elite QB.
Luck made strides in his sophomore season, cutting his interceptions in half and completing 60.2 percent of his passes, but there's still more room for improvement. The former Stanford quarterback will have another season with Hamilton to find ways to improve the offense, but most importantly, he'll have a better supporting cast around him.
After Reggie Wayne went down, Luck's weapons were T.Y. Hilton, Fleener and a handful of inexperienced and young receivers. Now, Luck will be getting Wayne and Allen back along with two new faces in free-agent acquisition Hakeem Nicks and rookie Donte Moncrief.
The Colts may be more worried about giving players enough time on the field instead of who Luck will be throwing to.
Along with plenty of weapons, Luck will also have an improved offensive line to give him more time in the pocket. Donald Thomas will be returning after missing last season with a torn quad, Mike McGlynn and Samson Satele are gone and Jack Mewhort looks to be a versatile offensive lineman that could take Hugh Thornton's starting job at offensive guard.
With a ton of extra firepower and an offensive line that should rank better than No. 25 in pass blocking, per PFF, Luck should be able to elevate his game to the next level.