The passing attack for the Indianapolis Colts will be different in 2013. The weapons for Andrew Luck may not be much different then they were from last season, but the scheme and production may be much more potent.
On Monday, the Colts agreed to terms with wide out Darrius Hayward-Bey. Bringing in Heyward-Bey might be an indication of where Indianapolis is looking to develop their offense. The Colts have been very busy in free agency, and Heyward-Bey is the most recent piece added to a very interesting puzzle for the Colts.
Indianapolis went very heavy on offense in the 2012 NFL Draft. The Colts had a lot of draft picks to work with, and they used them well. The Colts picked up no less than two tight ends, two wide receivers, and one rookie running back to assist the development of Andrew Luck.
This Indianapolis offense is young and talented. In time, they may be able to compete with any team in the league, but there is still a question of scheme. The Colts need to click with their new pieces, and when they do, this young team could grow up very soon.