Biggest Receiving Threats: Reggie Wayne, Dallas Clark, Anthony Gonzalez, Austin Collie, Pierre Garcon
Player Under the Radar: Blair White
It's hard to argue that there's a more fine-tuned passing offense than what the Colts have.
When they lost Marvin Harrison to retirement, guys like Pierre Garcon and Austin Collie stepped in to make up for the lost production.
Like some college fans like to say: they don't rebuild, they just reload.
The Colts are never out of a game because of their passing game, and a lot of that can be contributed to Peyton Manning.
However, the Colts can beat you from so many angles thanks to their receivers, and we saw that last season.
The Colts amazingly had six different players who eclipsed the 300-yard mark in 2010, and those same six players had 32 receiving touchdowns collectively.
No team runs the two-minute drill better than the Colts, thanks to them having so many different guys who can beat you. As a defense, you really can't afford to double-team anyone.