If you go by running back Trent Richardson 's statistics after just two games, you would think there's a reason to be worried about how effective he'll be with the Indianapolis Colts But you need to look further before jumping to conclusions about Richardson. And that’s why it’s too early to say Richardson won’t get it together offensively. Richardson said he believed that “good” running backs were capable of 1,000-yard seasons. When the Colts acquired Richardson, Coach Chuck Pagano described him as a “rolling ball of butcher knives” in describing how difficult he could be to tackle. “I’m not concerned because it’s early still and getting acclimated to the system, to the calls, to his surroundings, to the people up front, getting used to the blocking, those types of things,” Colts coach Chuck Pagano said.