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Colts RT Braden Smith, CB Kenny Moore Named to PFF’s ‘Week 13: Team of the Week’

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According to Pro Football Focus, a pair of Indianapolis Colts: starting right tackle Braden Smith and shutdown slot cornerback Kenny Moore were named to their ‘NFL Week 13: PFF Team of the Week’:



QB: Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers

RB: Aaron Jones, Green Bay Packers

WR: Corey Davis, Tennessee Titans

WR: Michael Thomas, New Orleans Saints

TE: Mike Gesicki, Miami Dolphins

FLEX: Darren Waller, Las Vegas Raiders

LT: Andrew Thomas, New York Giants

LG: Joel Bitonio, Cleveland Browns

C: Frank Ragnow, Detroit Lions

RG: A.J. Cann, Jacksonville Jaguars

RT: Braden Smith, Indianapolis Colts


DI: Bilal Nichols, Chicago Bears

DI: Shelby Harris, Denver Broncos

EDGE: Myles Garrett, Cleveland Browns

EDGE: Ifeadi Odenigbo, Minnesota Vikings

LB: Malcolm Smith, Cleveland Browns

LB: Demario Davis, New Orleans Saints

CB: Cameron Dantzler, Minnesota Vikings

CB: Troy Hill, Los Angeles Rams

S: Tyrann Mathieu, Kansas City Chiefs

S: Anthony Harris, Minnesota Vikings

FLEX D: Kenny Moore II, Indianapolis Colts

Regarding Smith this past Sunday, the Colts’ 24 year old bookend received a +90.2 grade overall—which was highlighted by a +89.9 run blocking grade and a +84.3 pass blocking grade.

Smith also allowed 0 total QB pressures and did not commit any penalties.

He was instrumental in the Colts’ running backs eclipsing 100 total rushing yards against the Houston Texans.

However, he also really shined in pass protection—especially against All-Pro J.J. Watt:

Last, but certainly not least, was Colts’ versatile slot cornerback Kenny Moore, who continued to make his presence felt in the Indianapolis secondary.

Against the Texans, Moore finished with the Colts’ second most tackles, 8 tackles (6 solo), while also adding 3 pass deflections and an interception—as he somehow wrestled the football away from injured Texans wideout Brandin Cooks late in the third quarter:

Per PFF, Moore earned a +89.9 overall grade for his strong performance on Sunday versus Houston—as he received a +91.2 coverage and +82.4 tackling grade respectively.

Moore allowed a mere 44.9 passer rating when targeted by Texans’ star quarterback Deshaun Watson in coverage for the Colts primarily manning the slot—which was impressive to say the least.

Both Smith and Moore are two of the Colts’ top young players and key cogs for the franchise’s core both now and for the foreseeable future.

Albeit on opposite sides of the football, each standout had a great performance on Sunday during the Colts nail biting win and were very worthy of such PFF weekly recognition.