It's not all on Andrew Luck

Colts plan to use talented tight end duo and running game to ease QB's burden

Originally Published: August 1, 2013
By John Clayton | ESPN.com

ANDERSON, Ind. -- The Colts' 2012 season was magical.

Head coach Chuck Pagano won a battle against cancer. Interim coach Bruce Arians earned coach of the year honors. Andrew Luck lived up to his billing as one of the best quarterbacks to enter the NFL in decades.

So often, though, magical playoff teams turn into one-year wonders. There's a sudden drop-off the next year. Wisely, the Colts built on their success. General manager Ryan Grigson attacked unrestricted free agency ...

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