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Indianapolis is going to protect Andrew Luck at all costs.
Even if that means shaking things up this season.
After watching their new franchise quarterback hit the ground far too often in Sunday's loss at Chicago, general manager Ryan Grigson and coach Chuck Pagano wasted no time in sending a message to the Colts' offensive line: Things must improve.
''Every play matters,'' right guard Mike McGlynn said Wednesday. ''You can't have four guys playing and one guy messing up. You have to have five playing together.''
Sure, there are explanations for last weekend's rocky start.
The Colts (0-1) are learning a new offense, have a new quarterback and center calling plays, and Sunday's game marked the first time that the starting five - Anthony Castonzo, Seth Olsen, Samson Satele, McGlynn and Winston Justice - played together extensively on game day.
Still, allowing three sacks, a rash of other hits on Luck and rushing for only 63 yar...
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