The Indianapolis Colts have gone from an unknown commodity to being considered a force in the AFC in just a matter of a few weeks. They took out the Kansas City Chiefs on the road, and followed that up with a huge victory over AFC South foes, the Houston Texans.
Jacoby Brissett, and the Colts offense, has appeared to be reliant on their running game for success, but after a career game in passing yardage and touchdowns, there seems to be a larger trust factor being given to the Colts’ signal caller.
Head coach Frank Reich has shown that his trust in Brissett has not wavered, and the roster looks to be in lock-step with their play-caller. The team’s defense has also shown up the past two games. The return of Darius Leonard proved to be valuable in his ability to disrupt the Texans’ offense, and give the defense a little extra confidence heading into their pivotal Week 7 AFC South matchup as well.
On today’s show, Chris Blystone joins Matt Danely as the two discuss the Colts’ recent success, plenty about Brissett and his ability, how the defense deserves more credit for Sunday’s victory than they’re probably being given, the remainder of the Colts schedule, what may be the issue with Deon Cain failing to really make an impact, and much more.
Additionally, Matt and Chris take a couple listener call-ins to get their take on the team and how they feel the Colts are doing right now. We didn’t get a lot of calls, but we hope to do a call-in show weekly from here on out and hope that our great Stampede Blue community will participate as they did last season.
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