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] , Traffic and Sports | WTTVINDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – In a game of inches and with a team with such a small margin for error, we’re talking about this much. Hold your index finger and thumb about an inch apart.Colts’ Defense Once Again Comes Through in Clutch To Seal VictoryFor a second straight game, the Indianapolis Colts’ defense had its back against the wall and came through with a big takeaway to seal a victory, this time as Kenny Moore II gets the forced fumble, recovered by safety Malik Hooker in Sunday’s win over theDefense comes through late, keeps Colts' playoff hopes alive - Indianapolis Colts Blog- ESPNAfter roaring out to a big first-half lead, Indianapolis forced a fumble in the final minutes and held off Jacksonville for a key AFC South win.Here’s why it’s too early to make judgments about the Colts’ defense – The AthleticIndianapolis once again didn't give up the big play. At 4-5,the Colts are actually contenders in the AFC wild-card race following Sunday's win over Jacksonville.COLTS MEDIAPHOTO GALLERY: Colts vs. Jaguars | Colts | heraldbulletin.comThe Colts faced division foe Jacksonville on Sunday, coming away with a 29-26 win.Colts and Ravens tied 10-10 at halftime The Indianapolis Colts had such a long layoff between their first and second preseason games, and with football just getting back we needed our fix soon. Unfortunately, the Colts came out a pretty cold early in this one. Aside from a pass breakup by Matthias Farley on the Baltimore Ravens first offensive play of the night, and a big stick on the next, Joe Flacco largely had his way with the defense.Flacco started the night 7-9 for 72 yards and a 7-yard touchdown pass to John Brown on his three series of the game before handing the quarterbacking duties over to Lamar Jackson.Andrew Luck and the Colts offense didn’t come out with any sort of energy either in their home opener. Luck threw an interception early on after leaving the pocket with good protection, still wasn’t able to find any sort of chemistry with Ryan Grant and struggled to get rid of the ball on time resulting in 2 sacks on his first five drives.Christine Michael was uninspiring, Josh Ferguson was injured early and didn’t return, and the receivers struggled to get separation with any consistency. Unfortunately, after starting out solid in protection, Le’Raven Clark began to have a tough time with the left tackle role.Luck finished his night 6-of-13 for 50 yards and an interception, and I don’t even know if you could say it looked that good.Jacoby Brissett would, however [url= http://www.indianapoliscoltsteamonline.com/t-shirts]Indianapolis
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