The Indianapolis Colts' no-coast offense sliced and diced the preseason darling Cleveland Browns Saturday night. In the midst of wrapping sophomore quarterback Andrew Luck in a praise blanket, Colts coach Chuck Pagano pointed to the one thing that could doom his offense in 2013.
"He's running way too much," Pagano said after the Colts' 27-6 victory. "I know that. He's running way too much. We've got to do a better job of keeping him clean."
Keeping Luck safe was a goal heading into the offseason, but those efforts might have been hindered when left tackle Anthony Castonzo left Saturday's game with a right knee sprain, according to the story. Luck actually ran 62 times last season, collecting 5 TDs. If the team has its way, those perhaps forgotten numbers by fantasy owners, may take a hit.