WESTFIELD, Ind. (AP) — The Indianapolis Colts’ offense needs a jump start.

Indy’s defense has largely held the upper hand in practice and in Thursday’s preseason loss the Colts produced only two first downs in their first seven possessions.

Yes, it’s early, Andrew Luck remains out with a strained left calf and nobody at training camp is panicking. But the Colts need to find a fix — and quickly.

“I think we started off kind of rough in the run game today,” left tackle Anthony Castonzo said after Sunday’s workout in full pads. “I thought we came back, doing the things we’re supposed to do with our hands and feet and we were playing better football at the end.”

The Colts understand things must change.

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