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  1. #1
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    Let's talk about our QB

    What does Andrew Luck need to work on this offseason to make sure he establishes himself as a top 5 QB next year? Last year, if i remember right, he said he needed to work on his footwork and his accuracy. Well he took less sacks this year, which I think a lot of that can be attributed to his ability to climb/navigate the pocket (footwork)... and his completion percentage was higher (accuracy).

    What does Andrew need to work on this offseason? Not an easy question to answer, IMO.

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    I believe if he continues to work on timing with his receivers not named Wayne we will see even more improvement, if that is possible? He is a special player and the Colts are so fortunate to have him...just need some consistency from the other receivers. I believe TY took a huge step this past year and Fleener too, now if D'Rick, Brazil and Whalen take similar strides next year plus a healthy Dwayne Allen...look out!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wyld1 View Post
    I believe if he continues to work on timing with his receivers not named Wayne we will see even more improvement, if that is possible? He is a special player and the Colts are so fortunate to have him...just need some consistency from the other receivers. I believe TY took a huge step this past year and Fleener too, now if D'Rick, Brazil and Whalen take similar strides next year plus a healthy Dwayne Allen...look out!
    Timing is very important. There were several passes that should have been made but weren't, and a lot of that could be attributed to the lack of timing. Example, there were miscommunications and I remember at least one play vs KC where Luck expected Rogers to run a certain route based specific KC coverage... Rogers didn't and it almost ended up being a pick. Luck assumed Rogers would be at a certain spot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sfgiants5518 View Post
    Timing is very important. There were several passes that should have been made but weren't, and a lot of that could be attributed to the lack of timing. Example, there were miscommunications and I remember at least one play vs KC where Luck expected Rogers to run a certain route based specific KC coverage... Rogers didn't and it almost ended up being a pick. Luck assumed Rogers would be at a certain spot.
    Exactly to what I was speaking about.
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    He need to work on not letting his passes get dropped. He also need to block for his RB find and find a way to have more time to throw the ball.

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