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2020 NFL Week 14: Colts at Raiders second half open thread: Colts lead 20-14

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While the Indianapolis Colts have done enough to lead at the half, the defense will again need to tighten up to get the job done. 14 first-half points aren’t horrible but the way those points occurred is a problem. Two long passing plays with miscommunications in coverage between the safeties and linebackers are starting to become a repeat issue.

Offensively, Jonathan Taylor got going early in the game only to come out for a drive and then watch the Colts start passing the ball. While getting T.Y. Hilton going bodes well not just for the game but also for the Colts’ playoff hopes, it is arguably as important for the running game to establish an identity.

Taylor has started to show signs of putting it all together in the last few games and has shown incredible strength after contact. Can Eberflus figure out the defensive issues and put together another dominant second-half defensive performance? Will the offense establish balance and put together sustained drives? Can the Colts find some kind of pass rush in the second half?