ANDERSON, Ind. – Chuck Pagano and Andrew Luck have seen a different Colts defense at training camp.
Players are confident, aggressive and have Luck scrambling.
It's a stark contrast to what Indy fans have watched for most of the last decade: A potent offense taking big leads and a defense holding onto them.
Pagano wanted to win his way. So when he left Baltimore for Indy last year, the new head coach installed an aggressive 3-4 scheme, waited for his new players to learn the style and the front office to find more guys who fit the system. It's made a difference. The defense is now holding its own — or outplaying the offense — in team drills.
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