Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts took apart a Cleveland Browns defense that was suppose to be totally rebuilt heading into the 2013 season. The Browns couldn’t cover the Colts receivers and they sure could stop Andrew Luck from completing passes at will.
Luck threw for 164 yards and 2 touchdowns completing 16 of the 25 passes he attempted. The Colts destroyed what ever confidence the Browns had coming into the game.
Indianapolis controlled this football game from the start. On the opening kick-off the Browns special teams didn’t cover very well, and the Colts had great filed position. The Colts defense pressured the Browns quarterback throughout the game.
They didn’t get to Weeden but they were able to disrupt him enough to cause the sophomore QB to miss plenty of his throws. The Colts have look great over the past two games. They were off to a slow start, but once this Colts team figured out a couple of things they have played great.
The Colts running game looked god too. They rushed the ball for 149 yards and exposed the Browns defensive problems once again. The Colts know the Browns have problems stopping the run and the Colts offensive play callers did a great job of mixing things up.
If Indianapolis can carry the momentum they found over the last couple of weeks into the regular season, they will be sure to reach the play-offs.
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