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The Indianapolis Colts fell 6-0 to the Jacksonville Jaguars this past Sunday Womens Ben Banogu 2019 Jersey , snapping an impressive five game winning streak for the team. Although the loss was disappointing, there is a lot to be positive about as a Colts fan. The win streak was impressive and notably showcased elite play from Ryan Kelly, Quenton Nelson, Mark Glowinski, Jack Doyle and others in the blocking department. The Colts were clinical running and passing the ball over their win streak. They averaged 148.6 yards rushing per game along while Andrew Luck averaged 264 yards passing as well. Luck was only sacked once. He was only hit five times for the entire month of November.The offensive line and the blockers had a big part in that win streak. I figured, the least we can do is give a big shout out to the best blocks of the win streak. These plays are in no particular order. Top Blocking Plays15.) We start this highlight reel with a huge block from center Ryan Kelly. He pulls across the formation to block safety Jordan Poyer. He finishes the play by putting Poyer in the ground. 14.) Quenton Nelson doing what Quenton Nelson does. He initially starts blocking down on the defensive tackle to start the play. Once Kelly has the man bottled up, Nelson works back to Castonzo’s man— former Colt Jerry Hughes— and puts Hughes in the ground. Great job finding work on this play by Nelson.13.) This piece isn’t just for the lineman, running backs can block too. Jordan Wilkins is a solid pass protecting running back and he shows it here. He flips the blitzing Matt Milano up in the air on this blitz pick up. 12.) Ryan Kelly again showing up in this piece. Here Kelly calls out the tackle for Nelson to block then shifts his focus over to the stunt on the other side. Once he sees Raiders defensive end Fadol Brown break inside, Kelly cleanly knocks him to the ground.11.) This is great blocking all around but the major credit goes to tight end Jack Doyle on this one. Doyle first chips the defensive end to help Castonzo on his block then he gets out in space and blocks the pursuing safety into the corner to open up a gigantic hole. The Colts are going to severely miss Doyle these last four games.10.) This may be the weirdest block on this list as even Eric Ebron got in on the action. Known primarily as a pass catcher, Ebron— to the left of the screen— puts defensive end Fadol Brown into the ground with a very strong block. Every player got involved in blocking during this win streak. 9.) Another clip Indianapolis Colts Ben Banogu Jersey , another Ryan Kelly highlight play. Kelly this time is lined up against nobody as it is just a four man rush from the Jaguars. Jaguars defensive tackle Malik Jackson works too far inside and Kelly is able to help Nelson with the block and put Jackson on the ground. This piece is really showing the elite level Kelly was playing at before his MCL sprain.8.) In the best highlight of his young career, Quenton Nelson absolutely destroys Barry Church on this play. He meets Church in the hole on the pull block and ends Church’s life. What a killer block to set a tone early in a game. 7.) I honestly have no clue who to single out here. Everybody was absolutely perfect on this play. Zach Pascal and Ryan Kelly perfectly seal off the inside of the play with great blocks. Braden Smith, Mark Glownski, and Dontrelle Inman all execute perfect blocks on the outside to spring Wilkins. Perfect all around.6.) Again, I have to give credit to the entire offensive line on this play. Everyone executed theri assignments perfectly on this long developing play to give Luck the time he needed to make the throw to Hilton deep. This play just speaks to the high level of play all these guys were playing at during the win streak.5.) Another excellent play all around by everyone blocking but I really want to single out Ryan Kelly yet again. He gets out into space in a hurry and is able to knock over two pursuing defensive backs on the play. The Colts need Kelly back sooner rather than later.4.) Beautiful, BEAUTIFUL wham play by the Colts here. Look at all the movement up front with every interior player. Nelson, Doyle, and Kelly all take their defenders to the ground and Braden Smith makes a nice block at the second level. Love this concept and it is executed perfectly.3.) Marlon Mack again showing that running backs can block too. Mack goes low on the blitzing Kiko Alonso and drops him to the ground. He buys enough time for Luck to drop a perfect pass to Eric Ebron for a touchdown. 2.) Filling in for the stout center Ryan Kelly, Evan Boehm had a solid game against the Dolphins. Here he helps with Mark Glowinski’s man before laying into Quenton Nelson’s man. Great job finding work and putting the defensive lineman into the ground. 1.) Our last clip in this piece is another good one from Evan Boehm. Boehm comes downhill and chips Glowinski’s guy out of the play. He then takes out linebacker Raekwon McMillan and Kiko Alonso with one block. To top it off, he puts McMillan into the ground on the play. Great play to end a great thread of plays. Final ThoughtsThe Colts blockers— particularly their offensive line— were the catalyst in the Colts five game winning streak. By giving Luck a crazy amount of time to throw and keeping him clean Cheap Ben Banogu Youth Jersey , Luck was able to go on a statistical tear in the month of November. The ground game also got going and was a big reason why the Colts were able to control each of these games during their win streak. The player who stood out most was center Ryan Kelly. Kelly was playing at an elite level when he went down with his MCL injury as he was a stout run blocker and a very savvy pass blocker as well. Evan Boehm has filled in nicely but it has certainly been a downgrade from the elite play of Ryan Kelly.Overall, the line did have a rough game last week against the Jaguars. Despite that though, they have all the makings to be an elite group in the future. With a stable five starting offensive linemen who are all very young, they can develop into one of the better groups in football over the next few years. Throw in an elite blocking tight end in Doyle and a some solid backs in pass pro and the Colts can be consistently deadly on offense for years. The only thing now is to build more consistency.Film Room: Braden Smith impresses in first NFL start The Colts tackle situation has not been pretty this season. The presumed starter at right tackle Denzelle Good has struggled with injuries and hasn’t really impressed in his limited playing time either. Anthony Castonzo— the starter at left tackle for years— has yet to play in a regular season game to this point. Joe Haeg filled in very well at both tackle spots due to these injuries but was recently placed on IR with an ankle injury. La’Raven Clark has been filling in at left tackle in Castonzo’s absence and has been less than stellar.So in short, the tackle situation — at least in terms of the revolving door it’s become — has been a mess. Heading into the matchup this past Thursday with the Patriots, the Colts were forced to turn to rookie guard Braden Smith to start at right tackle. Smith had very little experience at tackle in his career before this start. He had quite a few reps in the preseason at that spot but besides that he only logged a couple games at tackle in college. So how did Smith— again let me remind you, he was a guard prospect coming into the pros— do at right tackle this past Thursday? Let’s look at the coaches film of his pass blocking and find out.PositivesSmith really impressed me in his first NFL start, especially in pass blocking. The hardest thing when making the shift from guard to tackle is not really run blocking, but how to engage defenders and how to control your footwork in pass blocking. It’s an entirely different position in pass blocking from a guard. Smith had a few hiccups which we will go over later but he showed a bunch of promising signs. His ability to use his natural strength to his advantage was evident from the first play. His ability to anchor against bull rushes with a solid base as well is what really caught my eye. His agility in matching speed rushers was also much better than expected. But lets look at the film here so you all can make your own assessment.In our first clip here, Smith is tasked with blocking veteran pass rusher Kyle Van Noy. Now Van Noy is a pretty unspectacular pass rusher but he profiles as a speed rusher who would give a player like Smith trouble. Smith is able to get in front of Van Noy with a quick kick slide and control Van Noy with strong hands at the point of attack. He then shuts off any rush or counters that Van Noy can attempt to do by keeping his hands inside and keeping a good square base. Overall very solid Youth Chester Rogers Jersey , controlled rep by Smith. In our next clip, Smith is again matched up with Van Noy. Van Noy was unsuccessful in our last clip trying to speed rush Smith so here he attempts to bull rush the rookie. Most rookies struggle with rushes like these becasue they don’t establish a solid base to react to the rush. Smith is able to keep his his base wide so when the bull rush hits him, he is able to anchor well and push Van Noy back and out of the pocket. It does help though that Smith is one of the strongest lineman in football so regardless I don’t think Van Noy was going to have a chance attempting to bull rush him.Next, Smith is up against a better player in Malcom Brown. It is a pretty poor rush as Brown obviously has no plan of attack on this rep but Smith is able to stay disciplined and square to Brown while Brown is attempting to manuever around Smith. This rep is important because a lot of young lineman are very sporadic with their movements and tend to overset or over commit to what their defender is doing. Here Smith is very calm and poised as he keeps his hands on Brown at all times and keeps him right in front. This was a very veteran-type rep from the second round rookie. Here, the Patriots attempt to pull off a stunt on Smith. Defensive tackle Adam Butler twists with Adrian Clayborn attempting to confuse Smith. This does not work as Smith is able to get inside position on Butler and just stonewalls him at the point of attack. Now I do think this stunt surprised Smith, but he is able to recover well and just eliminate Butler from the play. His natural strength to not even be phased by Butler bull rushing into him is pretty impressive. Butler never had a chance once he stopped his feet. This next rep comes against the Patriots top pass rusher in Trey Flowers. You can see from the beginning of the rep how much better Flowers is than Van Noy at rushing the passer. Flowers attempts to bull rush Smith in order to set up either a rip or an under move. Smith is able to stay square and balanced to Flowers and is able to not give up too much ground on the initial bull rush. Notice how well Smith is able to anchor against this bull rush too as he regains position after only a few steps back. As Flowers attempts to go for a rip or an under move, Smith fights for inside position on his pads with his hands. By continually fighting with his hands to get inside position on Flowers, Smith is able to effectively keep Flowers at bay until Luck can roll out and release the ball. Very good rep against a very good pass rusher here. This next rep is rather quick, but again just watch how well Smith stays square to his defender and punches at the point of the attack. He does a great job of getting his left hand up first— its really hard to see unless you zoom in— and controlling the play. By getting that left hand up and initiating that contact without lunging forward, he is effectively controlling the rusher at all times. Even if the rusher can shed the block J'Marcus Webb Jersey Stitched , Smith has already established inside position on him so Smith can at least have the opportunity to recover.This may be one of the worst pass rushes I’ve seen from Van Noy here but I do want to highlight something about this play that is positive for Smith. While Van Noy is jumping back and forth and juking around without any plan of attack, Smith has the agility to mirror and match his movements very well. He isn’t over committing or getting grabby, he’s matching his movements and staying square to the defender. Just an excellent rep to be patient and match Van Noy’s movements rather than lunging at him and getting out of position.Last clip here in the positives (yes I know its a lot) is against Trey Flowers yet again. Flowers attempts to bull rush Smith and Smith again just stonewalls it. He initially looks to be caught off guard by the bull rush but again his natural strength and ability to anchor show as he is able to reestablish position and stop the rush. Being able to shut down good pass rushers like Flowers is going to be key for Smith if he continues to start at right tackles, especially in the AFC South. NegativesSurprisingly, I didn’t notice too many glaring negatives from Smith in this out-of-position start. I will say that he does struggle with things that you would completely expect from a player who is playing out of position. His kick slide could use a little bit of work as it is a bit stiff and will hurt him against true speed rushers. His awareness at times is lacking simply because he lacks a natural feel for the position still. He also still does get a little bit grabby at times but that issue seems to be much improved from the preseason. In this first rep, Smith is actually lined up at left tackle (on the far right of the screen). This is one rep where his slower and stiffer kick slide will cause some issues. He is lined up against John Simon who is actually a good speed rusher and he takes advantage here. Smith is a bit slow out of his stance and Simon is able to take the edge before Smith even gets to his second step. This flaw didn’t show up much against the Patriots but could against better pass rushers. Luckily though, I think the coaching staff will see this as well and really work with him this week. In our last negative clip —yep only two negative clips on this film room— Smith shows off his lack of awareness that I previously mentioned. Flowers twists inside leaving Smith without a player to block. Ideally, you would want Smith in this situation to be keeping a hand on Flowers and helping Matt Slauson while also keeping his head on a swivel outside for any corner blitzes or any stunts coming back at him. Smith does not do either of these things and as a result a slot corner gets a free rush at Andrew Luck. I think this flaw will correct itself with time though as Smith just needs more reps at right tackle to pick up on these things. AnalysisOverall, I think this was a very good debut from Braden Smith at right tackle. Standing at 6’6” 315 pounds, Smith always profiled as someone who could play tackle Youth J'Marcus Webb Jersey , but would just need time to develop if that was the switch they wanted to make. He seems to be far ahead in where the Colts even expected him to be at this point which seems to be a common trend in this 2018 draft class. Now he does have some work to do. He was able to get away with a couple of flaws against the Patriots simply because their pass rushers are quite sub par. Against division rivals such as the Jaguars (Calais Campbell, Yannick Ngakoue), the Texans (JJ Watt, Jadaveon Clowney) and the Titans (Harold Landry) Smith will have to be at the top of his game. Luckily though, he appears to already be very advanced in his hand usage and ability to anchor along with having excellent natural strength.It’s too early to say that the Colts have found their long time answer at right tackle but Thursday’s game was certainly a good start. Smith has a stretch here where he doesn’t have to face too many good edge rushers— against the Jets and the Raiders— so it’ll be pivotal for him to build off of this promising start. Overall though, it is hard not to get excited about this rookie debut as Smith has the build, athleticism, and strength to be a very good right tackle in the NFL. If he continues to improve and build off of this performance, we could be looking at three very good starters from the first three picks in the 2018 draft for the Colts.
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