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of Horseshoes with Holder. Today Stephen lays out some very interesting topics including how the injury bug has hit the Colts yet again heading into Week 6 Jabaal Sheard Jersey , news on some of the Colts’ young key players including Tyquan Lewis, Quincy Wilson as well as the second-year linebacker Anthony Walker. Stephen touches on who has been back to practice and why that’s so significant, as well as who may be stepping into those starting roles this week if some VERY key starters aren’t available. Mike Mitchell is an interesting addition to the Colts being that he doesn’t quite fit the template of who Chris Ballard has typically been adding to the roster being that he’s into his 30s now. However, when the Colts’ safety position is the way it is, sometimes these situations arise.You’ll hear updates and commentary on Clayton Geathers and whether his neck issues are tied to last year’s and what his chances are of playing Sunday. Stephen also gets into how important Matthias Farley’s availability will be to watch for Week 6.What did Tyquan Lewis have to say recently that should perk some eyebrows, and how has his rehab process been going? What is the deal already with Quincy Wilson? Additionally, what does Matt Eberflus see in the near future, and what does he expect from the young talented cornerback day in and day out? Is there issues still there Jack Doyle Jersey , or is he rising in the eyes of the coaching staff?Another young Colts’ defender that is becoming really intriguing right now is Anthony Walker, but what is it about Walker that Holder is looking for and what has impressed him the most? He should be growing on everyone who’s watching closely. Stephen also looks into the Colts-Jets matchup a bit, including what he’ll be watching for the most.Please subscribe, rate and review the channel anywhere you listen to podcasts.Stampede Blue Podcast Links:Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Art 19 | SB Colts Cast YT Channel | Google | SpotifyColts vs Eagles: Week three snap counts Another week is in the books, and the Colts dropped a tough one on the road to the defending Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles. It wasn’t pretty, but it was a lot closer than just about anyone could have guessed this game would be when looking at the schedule back in the summer. There are a lot of things to learn from this game, and the snap counts are a great place to look to start the process of breaking down the team’s performance. Let’s take a look at the numbers and see if anything jumps out this week.Offense#PlayerPositionOffensive SnapsPercentDefensive SnapsPercentSpecial Teams SnapsPercent#PlayerPositionOffensive SnapsPercentDefensive SnapsPercentSpecial Teams SnapsPercentNotesThere continues to be good continuity on the interior of the offensive line with Nelson, Slauson Cheap Andrew Luck Jersey , and Kelly all getting in on every offensive snap. That consistency has to help out the tackles, who have experienced no such consistence. Eric Ebron filled in the Jack Doyle rule in this contest, and it was with mixed results. The blocking Doyle provides was noticeably lacking, and Ebron proved that maybe his best role is playing as a complementary piece.Nyheim Hines dominated the snaps at running back, more than doubling Jordan Wilkins’ snaps.Defense#PlayerPositionOffensive SnapsPercentDefensive SnapsPercentSpecial Teams SnapsPercent#PlayerPositionOffensive SnapsPercentDefensive SnapsPercentSpecial Teams SnapsPercentNotesThe Colts defense had more snaps this week than in any week this season. This is likely directly related to the offensive ineffectiveness. The Colts had 5 players who got in on all the defensive snaps this week: Clayton Geathers, Darius Leonard, Kenny Moore, Nate Hairston , and Malik Hooker. Given their youth, this young core getting these snaps is critical to the team’s development.Margus Hunt, who has been a force on defense was in on 84%of the snaps, continuing to be one of the most consistent defensive linemen in terms of playing time and contributions.Matthias Farley was in on just 9 snaps defensively. This seems likely because the Colts wanted to deal with the Eagles’ tight ends and explains why Anthony Walker got more playing time by a wide margin than he has in previous weeks. Special Teams#PlayerPositionOffensive SnapsPercentDefensive SnapsPercentSpecial Teams SnapsPercent#PlayerPositionOffensive SnapsPercentDefensive SnapsPercentSpecial Teams SnapsPercent
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