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Indianapolis Colts Rookie Report: Week 2 vs. Washington Reds

 
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We witnessed another considerable contribution from Indianapolis Colts rookies on the road against the Washington Redskins. In fact Cheap Ryan Kelly Jersey , it is fair to say that rookies had an even bigger impact on the outcome of Sunday’s game than they did against the Redskins week one.There are three rookies who are really starting to separate themselves as some of the most productive players to come out of this year’s draft class. Linebacker Darius Leonard is certainly leading all rookie linebackers, if not all linebackers period, in terms of production and in-game impact on defense. Guard Quenton Nelson continues to make his presence felt as a dominant force on the offensive line. He has played an important role in this group taking steps forward. Running back Jordan Wilkins built off of his impressive training camp and preseason performances and has been the Colts most efficient and effective ball carrier. Let’s take a look at the performance provided by rookies on each side of the ball.OFFENSEQuenton Nelson played every offensive snap for a second straight week. This won’t change as long as he stays healthy. He helped the offensive line block for a backfield committee that generated 104 yard on 28 carries, good for 3.7 yards per carry.He also helped limit a formidable Redskins front seven to 1 sack and 7 quarterback hits in 31 attempts. Fellow offensive lineman Braden Smith did not take a on Sunday and appeared to be replaced by Ryan Hewitt in jumbo packages, which call for an additional blocker. With Le’Raven Clark serving as Anthony Castonzo’s backup at left tackle and Joe Haeg a likely starter until Denzelle Good returns from injury, Smith could be left to compete with Matt Slauson for starting duties at right guard as the season progresses.With Marlon Mack clearly not back to 100 percent, rookies Jordan Wilkins and Nyheim Hines were the primary weapons in the backfield. They each received 24 offensive snaps, which is just shy of 40% per player. Wilkins was more heavily utilized as a runner, carrying the ball 5 times for 31 yards, a 6.2 yards per carry clip. Nyheim Hines only carried the ball 3 times for 7 yards with a long run of 8. He has been getting short-yardage carries and hasn’t proven overly effective in this area. In case you were wondering, Wilkins is currently fourth among all rookie rushers in total yards through 2 games.DEFENSEDarius Leonard’s performance on Sunday has been discussed at length. It was one of the most productive and dominant single game performances by a Colts linebacker in the team’s history. His 18 total tackles pushed him ahead of Anthony Hitchens for the league lead after two games. His forced fumble shut the door on any hopes Washington had to complete a comeback. In general, the speed he brings to the game is unlike anything fans have seen in Indianapolis for quite some time. If he can play anywhere close to the level he played Sunday the rest of the season, he will play a major role in Colts victories. Rookie defensive end Kemoko Turay continues to get a lot of reps as the team’s edge rusher. He has not yet put everything together and finished without a sack or hit on Alex Smith but he did have 3 total tackles. The roster is currently lacking in any other legitimate edge rushing options so it’s likely he will continue to get live reps until another player can take his spot.Linebackers Skai Moore and Zaire Franklin played a much smaller role against the Redskins than they did a week ago but part of the reason is that second-year linebacker Anthony Walker increased his snap share and safety Clayton Geathers didn’t leave the field. Geathers was used as the nickel linebacker on more than one occasion and certainly played a role in blazing speed fans witnessed on the field. There is no question that Skai Moore is a valuable pass defender but he isn’t as fleet of foot as Geathers and Eberflus appears to have gone that direction for now.Skai Moore and Franklin still out-snapped veteran Najee Goode and are clearly on the Colts radar as developmental depth players. It has to be discouraging for Goode who many thought joined the with an inside track on a starting job as a veteran leader who is familiar to head coach Frank Reich from his time with the Eagles. Instead, he has had to sit and watch as young players ahead of him continue flashing potential and taking his snaps.Sophomore players Malik Hooker, Kenny Moore, Nate Hairston, and Quincy Wilson continue to get a lot of time in the secondary. Wilson suffered a concussion that limited him to 13 defensive snaps, but he was able to gather 2 tackles and entered the game as a starter. Hooker (1 tackle), Hairston (6 tackles) and Moore (9 tackles and a TFL) all played every defensive snap. When you throw second-year defensive lineman Grover Stewart (1 tackle) into the mix with 12 snaps Cheap Quenton Nelson Jersey , it is clear the youth movement is very real for Chris Ballard and his Indianapolis Colts.2018 Week 2: Indianapolis Colts vs. Washington Redskins Open Thread Today, the Indianapolis Colts embark on leg one of a two week road trip to Washington, D.C. to face the Redskins. Both teams have undergone some big changes during the off-season, including new faces at quarterback. Indianapolis now has Ryan Grant, who just had the most productive year of his career in Washington. The Redskins replaced Grant by grabbing Paul Richardson, formerly in Seattle and also picked up linebacker Pernell McPhee.A week ago, the Colts dropped their home opener to the Bengals in a game they should have won. It felt eerily similar to the second half collapses that plagued the team in 2017. One key difference was franchise quarterback Andrew Luck who had fans believing they were about to witness a last minute game-winning drive. On the other side of the country, Washington beat up an over-matched Cardinals team. Adrian Peterson and Chris Thompson combined 161 rushing yards. Thompson added 6 receptions for 63 receiving yards and a touchdown. Their defense held Sam Bradford, Larry Fitgerald, and David Johnson to 6 total points.With this back-drop, we take a look at some of the keys to the outcome of today’s game.Find a Way to Limit Adrian Peterson and Chris ThompsonThe Achilles heel for the Tampa 2 defense if giving up size for speed. Teams that lack size on defense tend to give up the advantage on the ground. In Week 1, the Colts allowed Joe Mixon to run all over them and had no answers when he caught the ball in space. He is certainly a talented prospect who looks to have taken a big second-year leap but there is very little support behind him.The Redskins have future Hall of Fame running back Adrian Peterson to punish weaknesses between the tackles, and a very talented change-of-pace back in Chris Thompson who could very easily be Alex Smith’s favorite target for a second straight game. If the Colts hope to see the speed approach pay off, they will have to find a way to disrupt Peterson’s vertical running style and cover the field laterally to contain Thompson.This will not be an easy task and failure could see this game get out of hand quickly.Create Pressure on Alex SmithAs NFL quarterbacks go, Alex Smith isn’t anything particularly special. He reminds me a bit of Chad Pennington. He is able to do enough of the right things throughout the game to generate solid numbers on offense and give you a chance to win every week. He is also able to limit mistakes and unforced errors enough to not put his defense in a difficult situation.The best way to combat his game is to force him to be something he isn’t. If the defense can harass and force him to be heroic or play above his talent-level, they can capitalize on mistakes. Don’t get confused, Smith is a solid NFL quarterback — if the Jacksonville Jaguars had Alex Smith at quarterback they might be favored to get to and win the Super Bowl. However, you can turn Smith into Blake Bortles if you can force him to try to take over a game.Limit Jordan ReedPaul Richardson and Jamison Crowder are both respectable NFL receivers. They’ve both shown the ability to be highly productive and play a big role in winning football games. That said, neither player is anything close to A.J. Green Nate Hairston Jersey , so the secondary certainly has an easier assignment on the outside this week. Where the defense will be tested most is in how it addresses Jordan Reed. When healthy, Reed may very well be the most dangerous pass-catching tight end in the NFL. He is often injured, so a lot of fans may not be fully aware of his talent, but he will take the field this week and cannot be overlooked.Matt Eberflus and Chris Ballard’s move to speed and athleticism, particularly at linebacker, was all about helping to improve coverage over the middle of the field. For that plan to work out, Indy must see returns against tight ends like Jordan Reed. If he gets going and the linebackers are lost, Alex Smith will churn out yards and put points on the board.Establish a more Consistent Running GameWhile the Indianapolis Colts are certainly best served when Andrew Luck is picking defenses apart, they must find a way to keep the pass rush at bay with the running game. Starting left tackle Anthony Castonzo will not be playing so Frank Reich and Nick Sirianni need to find ways to help the offensive line against a defensive front that includes Matt Ioannidis, Ryan Kerrigan and Pernell McPhee. A young and upcoming group of former Alabama defenders are also worth monitoring — Daron Payne, Jonathan Allen, and Shaun Dion Hamilton.This defensive front is not quite as strong as the Bengals and Indianapolis must find a way to exploit it. A key to doing that is getting Marlon Mack, Nyheim Hines, and Jordan Wilkins rolling on the ground. If they can be productive and force the edge defenders to hesitate, Andrew Luck will have more room in the pocket to make magic happen. As Colts fans know, if Luck has time, there is a good chance magic will happen.Make Big Offensive PlaysFrank Reich has protected Andrew Luck and not asked him to his shoulder by throwing the ball vertically a lot throughout the preseason. It helps that Reich’s offense is predicated on more short and intermediate routes designed to get the ball out of Luck’s hand quickly. This offense requires establishing tempo and tiring out the defense. While the approach can be highly effective, it will really open up if a couple of hay makers also land. The nature of the offense is to act like a coil. These short plays are designed to get the defense to cheat closer and closer to the line of scrimmage as the short zones get picked apart. When this happens, the offense is like a loading spring. When the time is right Cheap Joe Haeg Jersey , the spring needs to unload deep, over the top of a defense that has started to lose discipline. To be effective, the big plays have to hit. Last week, T.Y. Hilton dropped a pass that would have gone for a long gain. Jack Doyle fumbled away the team’s chance at completing the game-winning touchdown drive.This week, players have to haul in those big plays and protect the ball. If this offense can force the defense to spread out because it is worried about both short and long plays, everything will start working. If it doesn’t, shrinking defenses mean fewer running and passing lanes. Big plays have to be there for everything to work as intended.Game Time1pm PM ET on Sunday September 16, 2018LocationFedEx Field - Landover, MarylandTV ChannelCBS - Spero Dedes (play-by-play), Adam Archuleta (color analyst)RadioWFNI (107.5FM/1070 The Fan) and WLHK (Country 97.1 Hank FM)Referee AssignmentClete BlakemanWeatherMostly cloudy with scattered showers. Winds gusting up to 15 mph. - Per AccuweatherEnemy BlogHogs HavenTwitterFollow @StampedeBlue for the complete Colts coverage on Twitter before, during, and after every game.FacebookLike Stampede Blue on Facebook!PodcastFor all your Colts-related talk and information, subscribe, download, and review the Stampede Blue Colts Cast on iTunes, Stitcher, or BlogTalkRadio. Don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel!
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