​The Indianapolis Colts have been known for dysfunction over the past couple of seasons.

Whether it was drama with Jim Irsay or disputing over Chuck Pagano's job security, the Colts could never evade trouble. However, their latest situation with Andrew Luck might be the worst problem the franchise has had to date. 

Coming into the 2017 season there was speculation that Luck might be ready for the season opener even after shoulder surgery. Fast forward to Week 7, where Indianapolis is still missing their star quarterback. 

If Colts' GM Chris Ballard's comments are any indication, Andrew Luck could miss even more time. 

With Luck suffering a setback, questions will be raised about his availability for the rest of the season. 

There's a real possibility that he could miss the entire year if this injury doesn't go away. After all, the Colts aren't in a title-contending position to rush back their star. 

​​Not only was there a setback, but the team also needed to give Luck a cortisone shot for his shoulder.

​​This injury has seen countless twists and turns, but don't expect that to stop anytime soon. We could very well hear more Andrew Luck trade speculation or even see Indianapolis alter their staff. 

Regardless of what happens, there is no denying that the Indianapolis Colts dropped the ball on this one.