Frank Reich is the new head coach of the Indianapolis Colts, and the fantasy football implications are enormous.
Thus, we're thrilled to welcome Colts reporter George Bremer onto The Dive to dig into Reich's scheme and how the various pieces may fit in.
Reich's had his fingerprints on many explosive passing attacks, including monster seasons out of Philip Rivers and, most recently, Carson Wentz. Yet, Reich's also always been buried below offensive-minded head coaches, and his true impact is unclear.
Thankfully, Bremer's been digging up the details, and he breaks down what football fans can expect in Indianapolis in 2018... assuming Andrew Luck's OK.
From the QB's shoulder injury, to TY Hilton's fit, to potential releases and running back sleepers, Episode 4 is loaded with can't miss Colts takes available nowhere else. Continue steamrolling through the offseason en route to your 2018 title now.
The current Sports Editor for The Herald Bulletin, Bremer's been covering the Colts since 2010. He's been a football addict for far longer; as a Northern Indiana native, Bremer's original allegiances lie with the Bears. His earliest football memories are of Walter Payton and Mike Singletary. He's dubbed Frank Reich as "the perfect fit" and is incredibly excited to see how the offense evolves in 2018.
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