The Indianapolis Colts lost their Preseason Week 2 matchup with the Cleveland Browns 21-18 after joint practices between the two teams.Today, Matt Danely returns to the Colts Cast to dig in to the Colts second preseason game as well as how the team has evolved between their first two live matchups outside of training camp.
The Colts showed some interesting improvements as well as some continual areas of needed improvement for the team in general, but also had individual growth with several on the roster. The Colts have seen some needed improvement out of Kemoko Turay between his rookie year and his second season, Al-Quadin Muhammad has impressed through camp and through the first two weeks, and the secondary has some very intriguing parts to it this season with improvements from Quincy Wilson and the added toughness that a rookie like Rock Ya-Sin brings to the unit.
The offensive line, the running back corps, and the team’s receivers have a very good mix of experience and youth with playmaking ability to give the offense a well-rounded approach in Frank Reich’s second year at the helm.
The Andrew Luck saga continues, but the team looks like they can be a threat with the ball as Jacoby Brissett has grown into a more complete quarterback and showed us all as much in Week 2 versus the Browns’ pass rush.
All in all, the Colts are a fun group to watch in the preseason and the regular season should be just as exciting for Colts fans looking for this group to become a consistent contender for years to come.
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