When Trent Richardson got traded from the Browns to the Colts, a lot of people thought it would be a game changer for the Colts to pair him with Andrew Luck. Well that didn’t turn out so well since he finished the year averaging 2.9 ypc and scoring 3 times with Indy. Now he says that he will spend the offseason learning the offense because so he can “contribute to the team”:
“Learn the system, not just memorizing it,” Richardson said, via Mike Wells of ESPN.com. “Learning the whole concept of the system. There’s a difference between having it memorized and feeling comfortable with the system. I’m going talk to a lot of veteran players, talk to Adrian [Peterson], talk to [LaDainian Tomlinson], talk to Emmitt Smith to make sure I’m the best I need to be next year.”
I guess the first step to fixing a problem is admitting it. However, what did he do during the season?