The 2022 NFL season is fast approaching and training camps will soon begin for all 32 teams.
Until the players can finally put on the pads, fans and the media have to speculate on what will happen once the ball is kicked. With free will and the draft in the rearview mirror, new faces are ready to show that they can make an impact on their new teams.
The Indianapolis Colts are a team with high expectations for 2022. After an epic slump at the end of last season, the Colts are focused on putting it all behind them with new faces in big roles as trying to win their first AFC South title since 2014.
Thursday, Horseshoe group Analyst Andrew Moore and co-host Brandon Moses of A Cols podcast are back after a two-week hiatus to preview the Colts’ offense ahead of the start of the season. The guys go into detail about every aspect of the offense and answer some important questions about the unit. What can we expect from new quarterback Matt Ryan? How will the running back tandem of Jonathan Taylor and Nyheim Hines impact 2022? Can a young group of wide receivers step up? All of these questions and many more have answers.
Brandon and Andrew will also review other Colts news from the past two weeks, including the training camp schedule as the Colts kick off another summer at Grand Park Sports Complex in Westfield, Ind.
Finally, the guys end the episode by recapping all the news around the NFL. Although players may be absent from the facility, trades are still being made and expansions are being made before the start of the season.
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