Colts WRs plug plug: “We feel like we can be the best team”

The Colts’ offense is one of the most potent in football.

The Colts have one of, if not the, best quarterbacks in Andrew Luck, and they’ve got a ton of talent around him.

With that said, there is one area that has been an issue for the team this year: the lack of explosive plays.

Colts coach Chuck Pagano recently told reporters that the team would “love to see a more explosive play” in the NFL.

The team has already shown signs of improvement on the ground, with quarterback Andrew Luck throwing for more than 4,000 yards in each of the past three seasons.

However, the Colts are a team that has had a tendency to not make the big plays.

During the 2016 season, the team had just 11 touchdowns in 20 games, a rate that would have ranked 16th in the league.

Even with the additions of rookie running back David Cobb and receiver Marqise Lee, the offense has struggled to take on bigger opponents this season.

The Bills have notched 13 total touchdowns, which is the third-highest total in the AFC.

The Bengals, Patriots, and Texans are all averaging more than 20 points per game, but none of them have been able to create big plays in the red zone.

This is something that Pagano will have to address in order to turn things around.

The NFL’s biggest team is the Colts.

It’s time for the organization to take a step back and see what is working and what isn’t.