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Each week https://www.coltsfanshop.com/Anthony-Walker-Jersey , I have looked to break down two of the best or worst plays (or situations) from the previous game, but I’ll be listening to Stampede Blue to choose which plays should given a closer look as I hope to explain what happened in greater detail than the broadcasters can. Often you’ll hear “how did that guy get so open?” and I hope to be able to answer that question for Colts fans this season.Week 11 brought us the best win of the season for our Colts. It was a truly dominating performance from start to finish. In a game like this one, there weren’t many plays that truly had an impact, sure there were big plays but this one was never in any danger of going the other way. In the end, everyone came through and gave me two plays to take a look at in T.Y. Hilton’s 68 yard touchdown catch and the sack that injured Marcus Mariota. If nothing else those two plays felt like nails in the coffin of this game... that took place in the second quarter. This game ended in the second quarter but since everyone agreed to four quarters of football, both teams soldiered on. We’ll jump right into these plays and all they can teach us, starting with Hilton’s big touchdown.The Play:T.Y. Hilton is really fast. We don’t know anything now, that we didn’t know before but there’s more to it. If you watch Hilton, there’s not much there, he just runs by Adoree Jackson. Jackson ran a 4.42 second 40-yard dash coming out of USC. According to his Wikipedia page, Hilton ran a 4.34 second 40-yard dash at the combine. So speed was some of that, but Jackson’s footwork wasn’t good — one false step and he couldn’t recover. T.Y. may still be faster than Jackson but he is rapidly approaching 30 and Jackson is 23. Beyond those two players, it was first and ten on the Colts own 32 yard line, they came out in 12 personnel (one running back and two tight ends). In an effort to match the Colts heavy formation the Titans drop eight players into the box and safety Kevin Byard was the deepest defender at the snap, lined up 9 yards from the line of scrimmage. The Titans are begging Andrew Luck to throw this football. Why the Titans wanted to sell out to stop the run so badly is beyond me. Why key on that so much? Why put your corners on an island with no help over the top? You want to stop Marlin Mack? Well congratulations, nine defenders bit on the play action https://www.coltsfanshop.com , Byard took himself out of the play and your best corner (possibly your best defender) couldn’t cover the Colts best receiver. This is a play you call if you notice the other team creeping up consistently. Nick Sirianni and Frank Reich dialed this up after seeing what the Titans were doing. There were only two routes run, while everyone else stayed in to block. The Titans did what we talked about and Andrew Luck threw a perfect pass. 6 points. On to the injury of Marcus Mariota.The play:This looks like man cover two with a pattern match trade at the top of the screen. At first I thought this was a cover two zone but the corner at the bottom of the screen turns his hips to the outside to run with his receiver when he thought he was running a vertical route, had this been a true zone cover two, he wouldn’t have turned his hips, he would have released his receiver to the next level. The slot corner and the outside corner at the top of the frame, trade assignments when the outside receiver comes inside and the inside receiver continues vertically down field, so this isn’t man coverage in the most literal, traditional sense. It is a smart way to play these routes, with that said I’m not as familiar with this coverage as I probably should be. They’re in a cover two shell, obviously but as far as the rules the corner’s are following, I need to brush up. Either way the coverage was good, but there were windows to fit a pass had Mariota had just a fraction of a second to get the ball out. The second angle: The Colts defensive front is in a wide-9 alignment. They are spread out and are coming downhill in a hurry. At the snap of the ball, the center goes to his left to help his left guard block Colts rookie Tyquan Lewis, which left Josh Kline one on one with Denico Autry. Autry starts outside and rips back inside to the space vacated by center Ben Jones. Marcus Mariota doesn’t really have anywhere to go. He could have dropped deeper and try to escape to the outside but chances are he loses even more yardage and in that situation, no coach would ever tell his quarterback to do that, it’s the wrong thing to do. At that point Indianapolis Colts Customized Jerseys , you just need to take the sack and play the next down. Unfortunately, Mariota wasn’t able to play the next down as he was hit from multiple angles and suffered a non-serious injury. The last I saw, Mariota is expected to play in week 12, so while we took him out of this game we didn’t Derek Carr-in-2016 him. Week 11 gave us a lot of great plays to look at, hopefully week 12 is just as kind to Colts fans. HOUSTON (AP) 鈥?Saturday's wild-card game between the Houston Texans and Indianapolis Colts is a matchup that seemed improbable early this season after Houston dropped its first three games and the Colts limped to a 1-5 start.Instead of letting their tough starts lead to disappointing years, these teams which both finished 4-12 last season turned things around to lead the AFC South and charge into the postseason.Houston's rebound began at the expense of the Colts (10-6) and it was thanks in part to a controversial call by Indianapolis coach Frank Reich in overtime. The game was tied 34-34 when, instead of punting on fourth-and-4 from his 43-yard line and likely settling for a tie, Reich called for a short pass from Andrew Luck to Chester Rogers. Luck's pass fell incomplete, Houston got a 24-yard completion on the next play, and Ka'imi Fairbairn made a 37-yard field goal as time expired to give the Texans (11-5) a 37-34 victory."We knew that to be able to come out on the winning end of that game was a big thing for us, but that's a long time ago," Houston coach Bill O'Brien said. "The teams have evolved over time, so it's a new ballgame now."The win was the first of nine straight for Houston. The Texans didn't lose again until a visit from the Colts on Dec. 9, a 24-21 Indy victory. Houston then won two of its last three games, capped by a 20-3 victory over the Jaguars on Sunday to clinch the division 鈥?and become the sixth team since 1980 and first since 1998 to make the playoffs after a 0-3 start.The Colts' loss to Houston in Week 4 was the second of four straight that dropped them to 1-5. Indianapolis then won its next five and nine of its last 10 to make its first playoff appearance since a 2014 AFC championship game loss at New England. Yes, the "Deflategate" game.The Colts are the third team in NFL history to reach the postseason after losing five of the first six games.These teams have more in common than their difficult starts. They're both led by a player making a comeback after an injury.Luck returned after missing the 2017 season with a shoulder injury to throw for 4 Indianapolis Colts T-Shirts ,593 yards and rank second in the NFL with 39 touchdown passes. His best games this season have come against Houston, piling up 863 yards passing with six touchdowns.Trying to slow him down on Saturday will be Houston's comeback star J.J. Watt, who played all 16 games after starting just eight games combined in the previous two years because of back surgeries and a broken leg. Watt led the AFC with 16 sacks, had 25 quarterback hits, 18 tackles for losses and forced a career-high seven fumbles, which tied for most in the NFL.Watt said Luck has been getting rid of the ball quicker this season, which makes his job as a pass rusher much more difficult."You try and do different things, but at the end of the day, you try and get there, and if you can get your hands up, you get your hands up," he said. "You just try and get there. You can't really let it affect you, and you hope maybe he holds it for an extra second."Some things to know about Houston's game against Indianapolis:HILTON'S INSome of T.Y. Hilton‘s most memorable moments have come against the Texans 鈥?especially when he visits Houston.The Colts' top receiver has caught 41 passes for 933 yards with seven TDs in seven games at NRG Stadium, and in the last two trips to Houston Hilton has 14 receptions for 374 yards and two TDs. So even though he's been hobbled by a bad ankle, which he initially injured at Houston on Dec. 9, Hilton insists he'll be fine Sunday."That's probably why it's starting to feel better https://www.coltsfanshop.com/hats ," Hilton joked earlier this week when asked about playing in Houston for the second time in a month.DESHAUN'S DEBUTHouston quarterback Deshaun Watson will make his playoff debut in his second year in the NFL. Don't expect the 12th overall pick in the 2017 draft to be daunted by the challenge after he played plenty of huge games at Clemson, highlighted by leading his team to the national title game twice. The Tigers lost to Alabama when Watson was a sophomore before he helped Clemson beat Alabama 35-31 for the 2016 national championship."It's just another opportunity for myself and this whole team to be able to show what we've got and put in the work," Watson said. "I've played in a lot of big games before in college and stuff, but you can't really pit college playoffs with the NFL. This is the hardest business, top-notch. It's a whole new season, a whole new speed of game. So it's going to be new for me (and) it's going to be a lot of fun."TURNAROUND TIMEIndy didn't just rebound from a 1-5 start to make the playoffs. It rewrote the book.While the oft-criticized offensive line allowed a league-low 18 sacks after giving up a league-high 56 in 2017, the biggest change came on defense, where the Colts were ranked No. 11. They had the league's leading tackler, 26 takeaways, allowed only 16.4 points over the final eight games, and were one of three teams that didn't allow a 100-yard rusher all season.The Colts know it will take more of the same to advance."The last time we did a good job, that was great for us, but this is a new challenge this week," Reich said when asked about defending Pro Bowl receiver DeAndre Hopkins. "I'm sure they are going to try to get him going."
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