The play of the year
“Oftentimes, you’ll find on a change of possession that guys might not run the ball down quite like that,” Caldwell said. “He’ll be dejected, kind of watch what happens and jog along.
“But our guys have an attitude that when things happen, a sudden change, they can flip the switch quickly. The effort that he put forth, I think, was indicative of the style of play we’ve had from our guys throughout the year.”
Clark, who was one of the many Colts chasing Reed on the play, said his fellow receiver came up with a “huge play.”
“Watching Pierre, he was just flying to catch Ed,” Clark said. “To not just think of the tackle, but to try to get the ball back was outstanding. It was a tremendous effort on his part. But that’s what we have been doing all year long, trying to out-hustle people and trying to create plays like that.”