Indianapolis Colts began their "Boys 2 Men" tour last season. Led by quarterback Andrew Luck, the Colts loaded with plenty of young talent finished with a 11-5 record, going 6-0 in the AFC South, all while winning that division convincingly. They had a solid playoff run before losing in the AFC Divisional round to the New England Patriots. As long as Luck is the quarterback the Colts will have a chance to win ball games. They were ranked as one of the best overall offenses and passing teams in 2013. Offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton who wants to have a good run-pass ratio may have relied to much on ball control at times. When the game is on the line the best place for the ball to be is in Luck's hands. You should never take the ball out of your best playmaker hands.
The offense has the tools to put points up on the board, but last year the defense gave up plenty of points. The front seven of the defense needs an infusion of talented playmakers. If they can find someone else besides star outside linebacker Robert Mathis (19.5 sacks) to pressure the quarterback and become stouter against the run the Colts will be a tough out come playoff time. Look below at new additions to the team that could help them be a Super Bowl contender.