Colts: 3 clear ways Indianapolis improved during the offseason

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There has been no bigger roller coaster within a franchise than that in Indianapolis over the last two years. In 2018, The Colts finished second in the AFC South with a 10-6 record. They dominated the Houston Texans in the Wild Card Round before running into the Kansas City Chiefs. Hopes and expectations were high heading into 2019.

Those same hopes and expectations were derailed when Andrew Luck announced his retirement just a couple weeks before the season was set to begin. The Jacoby Brissett era was in full swing but it did not last long.

After a 5-2 start last season, the Colts lost seven of their next nine games. The team decided that Brissett was not the future and made improvements at the position, among others.

The Colts have a chance to compete in the AFC South in 2020. Frank Reich will have a much improved team to work with compared to 2019.

With that being said, here are three major ways that the Colts improved in the offseason.