The offensive line this upcoming season must be solid or Andrew Luck and the offense will fail to take off.
First, let's breakdown the positives and negatives the current offensive line of the Colts:
Left Tackle Anthony Castonzo -- The 2nd year left tackle looks to improve on his mediocre rookie campaign. Some say he was rushed into the left tackle spot and others say that the speed of the game got the best of him. It could be both, but either way, he will be better this season. He has to be. He has the most important spot on the line. If he could improve his footwork then he will succeed at the left tackle spot.
Left Guard Joe Reitz -- Joe Reitz had an overlooked pretty solid first year at guard. He wasn't great, but he did the job, and he seems like a good short term solution. His strength is there because he was a tackle, and the footwork is somewhat there. It seems like it's a good fit for now, but it seems like he could become a backup in the future. That ...