Andrew Luck Says Frank Reich's New Offense 'Sounds Great' for Colts

Andrew Luck Says Frank Reich's New Offense 'Sounds Great' for Colts

It's what first allowed Wentz to develop into an MVP-caliber player in just his second National Football League season and later allowed Foles to seamlessly step in and lead the postseason run. Not only does he bring an explosive offensive scheme to Indianapolis, he brings certain elements that help define him as a person and a coach.

The 28-year-old said he's ready to work with Reich, who replaces Chuck Pagano as the team's head coach after serving as the offensive coordinator of the Philadelphia Eagles.

"My first reaction was, wow, what a week he's having", Joe said.

Colts head coach Frank Reich continued to build his coaching staff as the team announced a trio of hires on Thursday.

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Reich, who was offensive coordinator for the Eagles for the past two seasons, began his pro coaching career in Indianapolis as a offensive coaching staff assistant with the Colts in 2008 and quarterbacks coach in 2009-10.

There were rumors on Super Bowl Sunday that McDaniels had begun rethinking his decision, and, with no contract signed, he backed out of the job last Tuesday, deciding to return to New England. The other assistants listed below have been linked to the Colts through national reports. "Now, they didn't take as long as Josh McDaniels did, but I was the third choice and that worked out OK", Dungy said.

Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck (12) drops back to pass against the Jacksonville Jaguars at Lucas Oil Stadium. He's had to get all this together within a week. As a player, Frank went to four straight with the Buffalo Bills and lost all of them. So it always seemed unusual that, in the past, the Colts have shied away from allowing him to use an up-tempo offense unless it was necessary at the end of halves or late in the game when they were down. But one Hall of Fame coach thinks it might turn out all right in the end. I know all of the best offenses that I've been a part of in my career we've not been static and we've attacked. You don't simply move on from a quarterback as talented as Luck after just one bad season unless you have other concerns.

"I think that could have a very positive impact on our team".

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