As we witnessed this year with the leaving of Bruce Arians offensive coordinators are often targeted for head coaching jobs. When they go they take their offense with them, then the team hires a new coordinator and installs a new offense. I just read that Jay Cutler is getting his third coordinator and offense in as many years. Alex Smith and Jason Campbell also suffered similar fates early in their careers which stunted or doomed their growth as QB's so we may never truelly know how good they could have been. So even though Luck was great last year and the signing of Pep means he is just updating an offense he already knows I am not too worried about us this year. Big BUT here, Pep is going to be a target if he has success and the fact of his race and the Roony rule will make him an even bigger target. So the question is how long do we have Pep and do we have an assistant learning his offense to have a successor in place. We want to make sure that OC is not a revolving door in Indy as it has never been a good thing for a QB and team to be changing offenses every year.