Andrew Luck predicts "hybrid" playing style at Indianapolis Colts

Colts QB Andrew Luck greets fans after beating the Texans on December 30, 2012
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Andrew Luck says that there will be influences from Bruce Arians and Pep Hamilton in the Indianapolis Colts' offense next season.

Andrew Luck has said that he expects to see a mix of influences on the Indianapolis Colts' offense in the 2013 season.

The AFC South team have lost offensive coordinator Bruce Arians to the Arizona Cardinals and have brought in the OC from Stanford University, Pep Hamilton.

The quarterback, who played under Hamilton in college, told reporters: "I think it will be a hybrid. There's so many great things that Coach Arians taught us, coached us up on. I think Pep has some really great stuff that he knows and he coached.

"I think we're going to do whatever gives us the best chance to win, whether it is chunk the ball or the short stuff, we'll figure it out.

"I think it'll be important this off-season to create strong dialogue between the players and coaches about what we think works and what we think doesn't."

The Colts made it to the playoffs in the 2012 season, losing to the Baltimore Ravens in the wildcard round.

Indianapolis Colts manager Chuck Pagano on September 22, 2012
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