In Andrew Luck’s brief NFL career with the Indianapolis Colts, he has had more than a dozen offensive linemen blocking for him. That kind of turn over is bad for a unit that operates with cohesion.
Despite that turnover, Luck is optimistic about the 2014 season and the offensive line going forward.
“I’ve got a lot of trust in those guys up front and more than just the five guys,” Luck said, via the team’s website. “There’s a bunch of guys that can play really good football on this offensive line.”
“I really think they are going to surprise people.”
The Colts open the preseason against the New York Jets, who have arguably the best interior defensive front in all of football. That could set up an intriguing match up with the first-teamers on the field and will work as a valuable measuring stick for the Colts’ offensive line.
With a better offensive line, Luck could play even better than he has so far in his career.
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