The Indianapolis Colts have made tremendous strides over the last two seasons. From 2-14 to 11-5, from Curtis Painter to Andrew Luck, the Colts of 2014 look nothing like the the woeful group that took the field in 2011.
It was supposed to take time to rebuild, to get back to the AFC South-dominating ways of the past. Even with Andrew Luck coming in and solidifying the quarterback position, a two or three-year rebuild was expected. But Luck was even better than expected, and the Colts have been to the playoffs in each of the past two years. In 2013, the Colts returned to the top of the AFC South and earned the first playoff win of the new era.
In 2014, the Colts are the easy favorites to win the division again, a position the franchise has grown accustomed to.
But all is not perfect.
The Colts have plenty of issues across the board, evidenced by their 20th ranking in ESPN's recent "Futures" Power Rankings (subscription required). While the Colts have proved that they have the quarterback to lead the team, the rest of the roster, coaching staff and front office have legitimate questions and concerns. Even Luck has had his inconsistencies in his first two seasons.
So today we look at those concerns as we break down the five biggest issues that need to be addressed in training camp.