Andrew Luck had an extremely disappoint season in 2015 for the Indianapolis Colts. He struggled on the field for the Colts and had issues with his health the entire season.
Luck understands he must keep himself healthy and perform better for the Colts on the field in 2016. “I think every year you re-evaluate,” Luck said. “You’re going to change things every year. That’s the nature of it. Hopefully you improve every year. I definitely think, like always, I have an obligation to keep myself healthy, not only to myself but to this team.”
While Luck has been an extremely talented player, he has had his fair share of issues with turnovers. Luck has totaled 55 career turnovers in 55 career games for the Colts. “If a play breaks down in practice, making a full-speed decision to throw it away like that just to train that aspect of it,” Luck said. “Every year I think every player is going to want to improve if you’ve been deficient, you’re going to want to change in that area.”
The Colts have retained much of their talent at the skill positions on offense and improved the offensive line. Luck is clearly a tremendous talent, but it is time to get the Colts to a deep run into the NFL playoffs.
Luck along with head coach Chuck Pagano have a lot of pressure on them heading into the 2016 season. The success of the Colts will come down to the health and play of Luck or the Colts will be on the outside looking in for the playoffs again.