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Old 12-16-2013, 09:19 PM  
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Late Night Bullshit: how do we match up against Indy?

I don't think we need to respect their running game much, but I think they have a couple guys that will give us trouble in the passing game.

Do we have anybody that has the speed to cover TY Hilton?

How about Heyward-Bey?

Those two have the speed to really put a hurtin on us.
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Old 12-17-2013, 08:29 AM   #76
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I have a lot of friends who are Broncos fans (one of my rewards for living in Colorado) and I keep telling them that if I were the Broncos I would be worried about playing us in the playoffs. They have yet to blow us out and both games were winnable, especially the second one without Houston and a gimpy Hali.

As for this thread for whatever reason Indy does not scare me. Sure they have beaten some good teams, but I also think a good portion of their record is based on playing the pathetically weak AFC South.
And the counterargument to that is that we've played the pathetically weak NFC East.

The Colts are a good team - you don't beat the Broncos, Niners and Seahawks by accident. But I agree that they are the best shot at winning a playoff game, especially if our defense decides to show up.
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Old 12-17-2013, 09:18 AM   #77
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Indy doesn't scare me as much as ravens. Flacco is insane in the playoffs.
Here's the thing with Flacco that works to our advantage though.

1. Dude is a statue in the pocket. You don't have to worry about him escaping or eluding the pass rush.

2. He will take shots deep. But he'll also take shots when he shouldn't.

Our real concern in that game is Torrey Smith and that defense.
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Old 12-17-2013, 08:38 PM   #78
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Hilton's not the problem this week, as his yardage home and road splits are atrocious, save for one game.

HOME - 20 (Oak), 124 (MIA), 140, 2 TD's (SEA), 27 (DEN), 130 (STL), 46 (TEN), 78 (HOU) for an 80.7 yd/game average

AWAY - 13 (@SF), 45 (@JAC), 43 (@SD), 121, 3 TD's (@HOU), 44 (@TEN), 38 (@ARI), 7 (@CIN) for a 44 yard average, 32 if you take out the Houston game

But taking away Hilton hasn't really affected Luck's home/road splits, although he's not putting up great numbers with or without Hilton having a big game:

HOME - 178 (OAK), 321 (MIA), 229 (SEA), 228 (DEN), 353 (STL), 200 (TEN), 180 (HOU) for and average of 241 yards per game
AWAY - 159 (@SF), 257 (@JAC), 202 (@SD), 271 (@HOU), 232 (@TEN), 163 (@ARI), 326 (@CIN) for an average of 230 yards per game

Indy's new offensive co-ordinator has really tried to make them a run-first offense and it hasn't worked.
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