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Postby stomperrob » Sat Jan 19, 2013 4:36 pm

On the surface it seems to make sense:

Pep Hamilton lands Colts OC job; to be reunited with Luck
By Josh Katzowitz | Blogger
January 18, 2013 4:47 pm ET


With former Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians taking the Cardinals head coaching job, Indianapolis has quickly struck to find his replacement. And it's somebody very familiar with quarterback Andrew Luck.

CBS Sports' Bruce Feldman confirms that Pep Hamilton, Luck's offensive coordinator at Stanford, has taken the Colts job. Sports Illustrated's Jim Trotter was the first to report it.

Hamilton has spent the past three seasons with the Cardinal. In 2010, he was the receivers coach before he was moved to the offensive coordinator spot for the past two seasons -- his official title, no joke, was the Andrew Luck Director of Offense. But before that, Hamilton spent a number of years as an NFL assistant.

He was an offensive assistant with the Jets from 2004-05 and the 49ers in 2006 before working as the Bears quarterback coach from 2007-09. Hamilton also reportedly had interviewed with the Jets for their offensive coordinator job.


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Re: Andrew Luck - 2013 outlook

Postby stomperrob » Fri Jun 14, 2013 6:55 pm

Colts GM Ryan Grigson: 'We don't need (Luck) running for his life'
Colts have addressed their offensive line ... again and again
Jun. 13, 2013
Written by Mike Chappell


General manager Ryan Grigson, coach Chuck Pagano and the Indianapolis Colts’ personnel staff weren’t blinded by some of the impressive offensive numbers from 2012.

Not the unit ranking No. 10 in total yards per game (362.4) and No. 7 in passing (258.0).

Not quarterback Andrew Luck setting numerous NFL and club rookie passing records, including 4,374 yards.

What caught their eye was the weekly abuse Luck endured. The 41 sacks. The times Luck was hit as he was delivering so many of his league rookie-record 627 passes.

It was evident, Grigson said Thursday, “we have to do a premium job of protecting our quarterback. He’s obviously an outstanding player.

“We don’t need him running for his life. We need him to feel as comfortable as possible.”

The Colts acted accordingly this offseason. They addressed their offensive line. Again and again.

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Re: Andrew Luck - 2013 outlook

Postby Cowboys 4 life » Tue Jun 25, 2013 11:56 pm

I like Luck's chances this year. I think he will improve upon last years numbers but not by more than 500 yds and a few td's. The young Wr's are maturing and Wayne is still good enough to make a difference. ;-D
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