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Four Colts Named to PFF’s 2020 Midseason NFL All-Pro Team

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According to Pro Football Focus, four Indianapolis Colts have been named to the PFF 2020 Midseason NFL All-Pro Team:

TE TRAVIS KELCE, KANSAS CITY CHIEFS

Second Team: Mo-Alie Cox, Indianapolis Colts

CB JASON VERRETT, SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS

Second Team: Xavier Rhodes, Indianapolis Colts

ST GEORGE ODUM, INDIANAPOLIS COLTS

Second Team: Jordan Glasgow, Indianapolis Colts

The Colts have some of the league’s most impressive special teams players this season, with two of them battling it out for the All-Pro spot.

It’s not the ‘usual suspects’ such as All-Pro offensive guard Quenton Nelson and linebacker Darius Leonard respectively either.

Mo Alie-Cox is PFF’s 2nd best graded tight end overall with a +90.0 grade overall despite dealing with limited playing time and a knee injury over the past few weeks.

While he’s always been highly regarded as an in-line blocker, the big bodied former basketball standout also has 17 receptions for 274 receiving yards and 2 touchdown receptions—as he continues to show development as a route runner/pass catcher.

Meanwhile, veteran cornerback Xavier Rhodes looks like a coup for Colts general manager Chris Ballard, as the former All-Pro cornerback is PFF’s 4th (tied) best cornerback with a +78.3 grade overall—including a +79.2 coverage grade.

He’s regained his prior shutdown form.

The “Rhodes Closed” in Indianapolis, as Rhodes has recorded 18 tackles, 9 passes defensed, and 2 interceptions (one returned for a touchdown) during all 8 starts.

Lastly, Colts 1st-team special teamer, safety George Odum has a +90.7 special teams grade overall by PFF, while his 2nd-team counterpart, linebacker Jordan Glasgow has a +90.3 overall special teams grade respectively.

Odum has recorded 12 tackles (6 on special teams) this season and just played in 92% of the Colts special teams snaps against the Baltimore Ravens.

Meanwhile, the rookie Glasgow has 6 special teams tackles. He played in 75% of the team’s special teams snaps versus the Ravens last weekend. The Colts drafted Glasgow in the 6th round of this past April’s NFL Draft by envisioning him as a core special teams player.