The Colts were already good on offense last year, and s...

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The Colts were already good on offense last year, and spent the offseason getting better.

But the central piece of that success spent the offseason beating himself up.

Via Peter King of, Colts quarterback Andrew Luck has studied/obsessed over the fact he threw 16 interceptions last year, breaking them down individually on tape.

“The decision-making process bit me in the butt, which in turn hurt the Colts more than a couple times last year,” Luck said. “Obviously the Patriots games, and Philadelphia, second week of the season, I throw a bad pick in somewhat of a four-minute situation. I gotta learn, Just eat it, take the sack, throw it at his feet, whatever.

“That’s what this off-season’s been about. Don’t give them a chance. We watched every interception ad nauseam and we watched balls that should have been intercepted ad nauseam. We [coaches and backup QB Matt Hasselbeck] talk about it and say, ‘Why?’ Do you have the awareness to know where the team is in the game? Is it worth trying to fit a ball in there or not? Do you go out of bounds or do you not?”

Fantasy Impact: 

Luck's offense has gotten better, with the addition of running back Frank Gore and an upgraded receiving corps: Andre Johnson replacing Reggie Wayne, and the addition of first-rounder Phillip Dorsett.

Filed Under: 2015, Preseason

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