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Here’s what Colts fans can expect for the 2014-2015 season.
The Indianapolis Colts have been all about comebacks for the past two seasons. Some shakeups at the top and the addition of a few talented players reinvigorated the team in the 2013 season. Luck has been on their side -- literally. Quarterback Andrew Luck has proven to be a worthy replacement for Peyton Manning. Now, the Colts want to keep momentum going in 2014.
Possibly the Best QB/RB Combo in the League
After a tough 2011 season, Colts owner Jim Irsay made big changes in hopes of turning the team around. He brought in beloved coach Chuck Pagano, and the new leadership used its number-one 2012 draft pick to pick Andrew Luck. The young star has led his team to two strong seasons. The team also acquired running back Trent Richardson from the Cleveland Browns in the middle of the 2013 season. With an off-season to build chemistry between Luck and the revamped offensive line, 2014 could be his break-out year.
Solid Draft Picks Could Make a Major Difference
Luck is also a word associated with the Colts' 2014 draft picks. General Manager Ryan Grigson was lucky to have certain key players still available deep in the draft. The Colts were more than happy to snag offensive guard/tackle Jack Mewhort and young receiver Donte Moncrief, both considered solid and versatile players. They also drafted Jonathan Newsome in hopes of getting a strong pass rusher and a superb special-teamer. Grigson expects these solid draft picks will propel the Colts to greatness.
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You might not realize that The Colts have a long and storied history dating back to the earliest days of professional football. After a series of moves and mergers that started in 1914, the team played its first game as the Colts in 1954. Back then the team called Baltimore home. The move to Indianapolis happened 30 years later. The move proved to be a good one. The Indianapolis Colts have made 14 trips to the playoffs, including two conference championships and two Super Bowl appearances. Led by then-quarterback and MVP Peyton Manning, the Colts won Super Bowl XLI in 2006 against the Chicago Bears.
Reserve your seats at Lucas Oil Stadium to see the young and exciting 2014-2015 Colts take the field. See why the "Era of Luck" is giving the Colts hope of making a Super Bowl in the upcoming football season. Keep your eye on ScoreBig for the best deals on tickets. You’ll save on every ticket, every day.