Care to give us some insight on your choices given some of the data in the OP? Thanks!
I said last year, that WR was by far our biggest limitation on O, and lack of QB pressure and Ints from our D needed to improve. I think we've helped out all three of those areas. The only thing I wish we would have done, is a picked up the a legit iDL.
Luck has proven he's plenty capable and willing to play through pain.... No one who's watched his career can doubt this.
What I can't understand, and it's admittedly complicated by the fact no one knows for certain how he hurt his ankle, let alone when.... Is why is Luck apparently without any sense of urgency when it comes to his own injuries or rehab during the off-season?
I don't mean he should rush through rehab or healing processes, but if I'm not wrong, this is the second time in his career he's had an entire off-season to fix an issue that was "rumored" to have been caused early in the off-season, in non football related activity, and he's just seemingly waited around until late in the off-season to address the health issue... It's like he always opts to just rest it and hope it gets better, which is fine.... Surgery or other measures are always a last resort... And then it gets worse, or is reinjured.... I guess he just seems way less proactive when dealing with injuries.
I dunno, it just seems odd, and it's a subject that no one really mentions or tries to address. Dude has every right to snowboard, cliff dive, whatever he wants in his off-season and free time, but he seems to be the only guy who comes down with "snowboarding" injuries in August that then linger and bleed over into the preseason or early season...
Sorry for rambling.... Too much coffee today lol
I feel like our running game should be sufficient. Unless you are Barry Sanders much of the running game success is a reflection of the o-line performance. Not to say that anybody can run the ball, but we don't need Elliot, Gurley, Bell, etc, to have a successful running game.