Indianapolis started 0-2 last season before rallying to win the AFC South and reach the conference title game. To enjoy the same type of bounce-back in 2015, here are two things the Colts must accomplish.

*Fix the offensive line problems: A long beleaguered unit has gotten badly exposed by the aggressive defenses fielded by Buffalo and the New York Jets. The pass-rush pressure has clearly affected quarterback Andrew Luck, who has tossed a league-high five interceptions. The running game is ranked 26th as well with a 78.5-yard average.

*Get healthier in the secondary: The Colts were without three cornerbacks in Monday night's loss to the Jets and lost a fourth when standout Vontae Davis suffered a concussion. These absences are especially troublesome for a defense that has registered just one sack in the first two games.

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