31. Indianapolis Colts
Losing to the Cincinnati Bengals was beyond frustrating to see for the Indianapolis Colts since Andrew Luck seemed to be on the verge of leading the game-winning drive before Jack Doyle’s fumble ended up costing them the game. But when looking at how things played out for this team in 2017, the Colts should just be thrilled to see Luck perform as well as he did while proving he can take brutal hits in the process.
Seeing Luck end up missing all of last season was tough for Indianapolis since it seemed like he would only miss the beginning of the year at first, but at least the former No. 1 pick seems to be heading towards his normal ways of being an effective quarterback in the NFL. How far this Colts team will go in 2018 is going to come down to the play of Luck under center, and kicking off the new season with a loss is tough, but also can still use as motivation for Week 2.
Sooner or later, the wins will roll around for the Colt if that game against the Bengals is any indication of what this season has in store. However, no matter what happens, the most important factor will be making sure Luck receives the best protection possible to stay healthy.