Colts 2012 Schedule: Andrew Luck To Face Some Tough Tests

Andrew Luck will presumably be the No. 1 overall pick in the NFL Draft and the Indianapolis Colts' starting quarterback throughout the season. Even though the Colts were terrible last season, they haven't exactly been handed an easy schedule. They've drawn the NFC North and AFC East this season.

The Colts are lucky that they've avoided a trip to Lambeau Field, but they have to travel to face the Patriots, Jets and Lions. The scheduling gods gave them a couple of light games outside of those matchups and their divisional games. Their other two games are against the Browns and Chiefs.

Week 1: at Chicago Bears
Week 2: Minnesota Vikings
Week 3: Jacksonville Jaguars
Week 4: BYE
Week 5: Green Bay Packers
Week 6: at New York Jets
Week 7: Cleveland Browns
Week 8: at Tennessee Titans
Week 9: Miami Dolphins
Week 10: at Jacksonville Jaguars
Week 11: at New England Patriots
Week 12: Buffalo Bills
Week 13: at Detroit Lions
Week 14: Tennessee Titans
Week 15: at Houston Texans
Week 16: at Kansas City Chiefs
Week 17: Houston Texans

For more on the Colts, head over to Indianapolis Colts blog Stampede Blue and SB Nation Indiana.

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