As Frank Reich and the Colts preserve to scramble for answers, the group determined to transport on from offensive coordinator Marcus Brady on Wednesday.

Per the IndyStar.com`s Joel A. Erickson, "Frank Reich says he expects Marcus Brady to have persevered success,

says it comes right all the way down to being the proper flow for this time and this group.

Reich says he's going to cope with the OC duties. 'Ultimately, the offense falls on me.'"

"Both matters may be true — Marcus may be a absolutely excellent educate and a absolutely excellent teammate,

and from time to time it`s proper for a alternate and it simply makes experience for the group," Reich stated at state-of-the-art press conference.

Brady wasn't the Colts' play-caller throughout his time in Indy, however he's going to in the long run fall at the sword for the group's offensive struggles.

There have not been many brilliant spots on that facet of the ball for Indianapolis this year,

out of doors of Michael Pittman Jr. and the current emergence of Parris Campbell.

We'll see if matters enhance with 1/2 of a season left.