5 Indianapolis Colts Who Must Step Up In 2016

By Brendan Patel

The Indianapolis Colts struggled with injuries and consistency last season, and they will look to rebound from a tough 2015. They still have issues on their offensive line and on defense, and will likely rely heavily on their star quarterback and skill players to carry the team. This could be a high-scoring team, and they will need their star players to step up.

5 Indianapolis Colts Who Must Step Up In 2016
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5. Dwayne Allen

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Allen was paid a lot of money to be the main tight end for the Colts, and he certainly has the ability to live up to it. He can block and still be a good receiver, but he'll need to play at a higher level this season.

5. Dwayne Allen

Allen was paid a lot of money to be the main tight end for the Colts, and he certainly has the ability to live up to it. He can block and still be a good receiver, but he'll need to play at a higher level this season.

4. Ryan Kelly

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Kelly had plenty of big-game experience in college and provides some much-needed help on the offensive line. His ability to pick up the offense and build a relationship with Andrew Luck will be a key to the success of the Colts.

4. Ryan Kelly

Kelly had plenty of big-game experience in college and provides some much-needed help on the offensive line. His ability to pick up the offense and build a relationship with Andrew Luck will be a key to the success of the Colts.

3. Vontae Davis

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Davis has been a very good cornerback, and the Colts will expect a lot from him. The defense hasn’t progressed as the team hoped, but Davis is one of the players who can change a game.

3. Vontae Davis

Davis has been a very good cornerback, and the Colts will expect a lot from him. The defense hasn’t progressed as the team hoped, but Davis is one of the players who can change a game.

2. T.Y. Hilton

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Hilton is a big play waiting to happen, and he can really stretch the field. He needs to have a dominant year and be the go-to guy on offense.

2. T.Y. Hilton

Hilton is a big play waiting to happen, and he can really stretch the field. He needs to have a dominant year and be the go-to guy on offense.

1. Andrew Luck

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Luck had a tough year with injuries and inconsistency, and he will look to bounce back in 2016. He has proven the ability to single-handedly carry the team and has the potential to be the best quarterback in the league at some point.

1. Andrew Luck

Luck had a tough year with injuries and inconsistency, and he will look to bounce back in 2016. He has proven the ability to single-handedly carry the team and has the potential to be the best quarterback in the league at some point.

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