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Colts O-line keeps Luck clean Womens Margus Hunt Jersey , continues on historic paceColts tie franchise record by not allowing a sack for the fourth straight gameColts Notebook: Offensive line keeps sack-less streak intact | Sports | heraldbulletin.comThe streak was supposed to end Sunday.Colts defense sticks to blueprint to beat JaguarsThe Jaguars had four chances to take the lead in the second half but the Colts stopped them each time.By The Numbers: Colts 29, Jaguars 26Check out a list of stats and notes from the Indianapolis Colts’ 2018 Week 10 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars at Lucas Oil Stadium.Colts’ notebook: Playoffs, Eric Ebron, Andrew Luck’s protection and more | CBS 4 - Indianapolis News, Weather, Traffic and Sports | WTTVINDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Don’t look now, but the Indianapolis Colts aren’t out of the playoff picture. You’ll notice we didn’t say they’re in the playoff picture, but that’s to be determined.Colts back in contention after win vs. JaguarsA 127-word text from Colts GM Chris Ballard to his staff has been followed by three consecutive victoriesTyquan Lewis Impresses During ‘Emotional Ride’ Of A DayIndianapolis Colts rookie defensive lineman Tyquan Lewis made his first NFL appearance on Sunday, getting the start at defensive end and impressing in the process.Kenny Moore forces fumble to save Colts' 29-26 win against Jaguars.Indianapolis Colts were turning an easy game against Jacksonville into something hard, ugly until Kenny Moore made the play that saved this 29-26 win.First Impressions: Colts Defeat The JaguarsColts.com’s Andrew Walker takes a closer look at the Indianapolis Colts’ 29-26 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars in their 2018 regular season Week 10 matchup Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium.5 Things Learned: Colts Hold On For Important Divisional Win | WFNI ESPN 107.5 / 1070 The Fan | Indy's SportsCenterThe Colts (4-5) returned from their bye week and moved to 4-5 on the season Youth Joe Haeg Jersey , after a 29-26 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars (3-6). What did we learn from the Colts registering their third straight victory?Punch Out: Moore's late strip clinches Indy's third straight victory | Sports | heraldbulletin.comDarius Leonard was laughing even as he spoke.Andrew Luck Lets His Game Do The Talking In Win Over Jaguars | WFNI ESPN 107.5 / 1070 The Fan | Indy's SportsCenterFor a third straight game, Andrew Luck put together an efficient afternoon of football. How did Luck look in the Colts’ 29-26 win over the Jaguars?KRAVITZ: Colts aren't a contender, not yet, but at least their games will matter down the stretch | 13 WTHR IndianapolisThe Colts nearly threw away Sunday's game, a 29-26 victory over the underachieving Jacksonville Jaguars, getting outscored 13-0 after taking a 29-13 late-first-half lead.Eric Ebron Explodes For Three Touchdowns In Win Over JaguarsEric Ebron added three more touchdowns in the first half on Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars, as the Indianapolis Colts' tight end shows no signs of slowing down in his career year.Andrew Luck Joins Peyton Manning, Tom Brady For Rare Touchdown FeatIndianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck on Sunday threw three touchdown passes in the first half against the Jacksonville Jaguars. What elite company did he join in doing so?‘This much’ the difference in Colts, Kenny Moore outlasting the Jags | CBS 4 - Indianapolis News, Weather, Traffic and Sports | WTTVINDIANAPOLIS Womens Jabaal Sheard Jersey , 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. In our final film room feature from the Buffalo Bills game, we will take a look at a few plays that stood out for rookie left guard Quenton Nelson. Afterward, there is a nice goal line play for the offensive line Youth Anthony Walker Jersey , an impressive block laid by rookie running back Jordan Wilkins, and an aggressive run between the tackles by Marlon Mack.Let’s take a look.While the offensive line has had strong overall performances in the last two weeks, this is an example of a miscommunication between Ryan Kelly and Quenton Nelson. It looks like Kelly turns to his right to be aware of a stunt from the outside or a blitz up the middle. Nelson has Le’Raven Clark to his left and eyes the outside in case he needs help. They both ignore the defensive tackle who gladly takes the free run up the middle.Quenton Nelson is a really good run blocking guard. It was his specialty entering the NFL after a strong career at Notre Dame. Even still, he gets fooled by the stunt on this play. His aggressive nature gets the best of him. He is way off-balance when the stunt comes and is lucky the defender doesn’t blow up the play in the backfield.This play has two elements. The first is that Nelson does an excellent job staying in front of his man to give Andrew Luck plenty of space to step into his touchdown throw. He mirrors and anchors well.The second is the bogus commentary from the broadcast announcers that led people to believe and to “see” that Andrew Luck “stared down” Erik Swoope the whole way. The commentary during the game was that the safety made a bad play because he needs to “read Luck’s eyes.” Sorry, this is utter BS. To be completely up front, we both were wrong at first glance. The camera angle from the end zone made me initially believe that Luck was actually looking at Eric Ebron as the outside receiver. This angle shows that is not the case at all. Luck is staring at the safety, as any quarterback should, to see what he does as the route develops. The safety is the read on this play and this play is designed to create a dilemma. When Luck sees the safety stay home at the second pause, he makes his decision. If the safety read “Luck’s eyes,” he would have expected him to throw the ball right to him. Luck’s read was made well into Swoope’s route and told him to throw over the middle. The line on his helmet pretty clearly indicates that his “eyes” aren’t following one tight end over the other. Any suggestion otherwise is purely a guess, and one to fit the narrative.This is another inside pass blocking rep by Nelson where he keeps his anchor Womens Nate Hairston Jersey , even after the defender’s hands go up into his face mask. He forces the defender through traffic and ends up shoving him into the ground.Again, Nelson engages the defender and has to deny an inside move. This block is made more difficult because Nelson gets his weight moving too much to the outside, but he recovers and negates the second effort.On one of Marlon Mack’s big runs to the left side of the line, Nelson pulls to the outside. It would have been better if he stayed on his feet but his block if effective and gets Mack a free trip into the secondary. If Mack could have made the safety miss, this could have gone a long way.While individual efforts and analysis are nice to see, especially for rookies, this goal line effort is equally fun to watch. Nearly every offensive linemen ends up a yard or two into the end zone. Even as Mack crosses into the goal line, the Bills are falling back on their heels.One of the primary skill sets missing for young NFL running backs is the ability to pass protect. Finding one who excels in this area can mean additional snaps and more opportunities. While Jordan Wilkins has taken a back seat to Marlon Mack and Nyheim Hines, and even sat the whole game after Robert Turbin returned, plays like this will inspire confidence in his coaches.This is a phenomenal cut block that wipes out Matt Milano as he tries to pressure Andrew Luck. Mark Glowinski is late to come over but Wilkins does a great job filling the spot.Our final highlight is this run by Marlon Mack.We point out balance at the beginning of the play. When working with a balanced offensive line, as the Colts are here http://www.thecoltsfootballauthentic.com/quincy-wilson-jersey-authentic , quarterback’s will often audible play direction to the side of the field where they have the advantage. In this case, Luck could have audibled the play to his right, giving the Colts four offensive lineman and a lead blocker against four defenders in the box. This is running to your strength.Luck doesn’t audible so four offensive linemen and a lead blocker have to shut down five defensive linemen in the box to the left-hand side — play direction. While the offensive line does a reasonable job, the credit needs to go to Marlon Mack here. He does an incredible job cutting the run up into the small crease he is given. Once there, his spin move allows him additional room for a backbreaking run late in the game.This bodes well for Marlon Mack’s future as the lead back in the Colts running back committee.ANALYSISThere is little disputing that the Colts offensive line is stringing together nice performances. Andrew Luck has not been sacked in consecutive weeks and the running game is starting to show signs of life. Rookies Braden Smith and Quenton Nelson have both played big roles in helping Indy find answers in 2018 and as the unit develops continuity and chemistry, it should help fuel an emerging offense.It is equally encouraging to see the running backs making big plays. Rookie Jordan Wilkins had a nice block to go with strong runs against Buffalo, rookie Nyheim Hines has found an important third down role and been a bigger factor in the passing game, and second-year back Marlon Mack has put together 6 dominant quarters carrying the football.We will see if the team can keep the mojo flowing on the rode against the Oakland Raiders tomorrow.