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The Colts got off to an incredible start in this play-in game against the Tennessee Titans. On the road in a game that will either send them to the postseason or send them packing Le'Raven Clark Jersey Stitched , this team showed up on both sides of the ball. They won the toss and deferred to the second half.After a trick play on the opening kickoff put the Titans on the Colts side of the field, the defense clamped down and forced a punt. They pinned the Colts on the eight-yard line and Andrew Luck set to work. He proceeded to drive 92 yards on 12 plays and capped it off with a touchdown to Dontrelle Inman after escaping pressure to buy more time. The offense looked great on the opening drive, getting solid pass and run blocking and getting receivers open downfield easily. The Titans got the ball back and another great series from the Colts defense ended their second drive with a very near pick by Malik Hooker on a risky deep ball from Blaine Gabbert. The Colts defense came out with a lot more fire in this game than they have in the last couple weeks and Darius Leonard made his presence known early. It seems that this week Eberflus has the defense primed because to a man they look like they came to play.Photo by Frederick Breedon/Getty ImagesWith the ball back in Andrew Luckís hands, the offense again began methodically working back down the field, largely on the back of Marlon Mack. A big 3rd down conversion by Ebron kept the drive going, but a short run by Mack stalled the drive out just across the 50-yard line. Frank Reich showed his aggressive tendencies by going for it on 4th and 2, hitting Nyheim Hines for a short gain and picking up the 4th down conversion. That aggressiveness proved worthwhile as the Colts continued their brutal march downfield, manhandling the Titans defense on their way into the red zone. They ended their 16-play 90-yard drive with a pass to Eric Ebron for another touchdown, this one at the expense of Kevin Byard, scoring the first touchdown by a tight end against the Titansí defense all season. That makes 14 touchdowns for him on the season and put the Colts ahead 14-0 midway through the 2nd quarter. The Colts defense really have done well swarming to the ball and limited pass catchers, and despite Derrick Henryís effectiveness, it is tough to mount a comeback by running the ball. Gabbert has proven incapable of hitting his receivers on 3rd downs where they are in obvious passing situations, and the Colts defense continues to put them in those situations. The Titans again found themselves punting the ball back to Andrew Luck after their 3rd drive. Through those 3 drives, the Titans gained just 2 first downs and 36 total yards. Fortunately for the Titans Youth Jordan Wilkins Jersey , the Colts domination wouldnít continue so smoothly. With a little pressure on the first play of the Colts next drive, Luck threw a truly awful pick six, gifting 7 points to the Titans defense and allowing them back into the game and giving a jolt of momentum to a Titans team that was reeling. There are some Andrew Luck picks that have been the fault of a receiver or a really great defensive play, but this was not one of those. This was just Andrew making a really bad decision with the football. Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY SportsThat pick knocked the offense off its rhythm and resulted in quick a punt on the ensuing offensive series, but as bad as Luckís mistake was, Adoree Jackson made a worse one. He attempted to pick up a bounced ball on the punt and muffed it. The muffed punt was recovered by Chris Milton on the Titansí 9-yard line. Compounding the ridiculous run of errors, Marlon Mack fumbled the ball away and gave it back to the Titans. Thankfully, the Colts defense continued a solid string of play and locked down the Titansí offense with a great play by Kenny Moore to lay out for a pass breakup. With just over 2 minutes to go in the first half, Andrew Luck and the offense got the ball back. Despite being largely used as a decoy and showing signs of pretty significant pain, T.Y. Hilton broke a huge 32-yard screen pass and got the Colts moving and into Titans territory as the Colts began working back into their rhythm again. Luck hasnít looked quote like himself on this drive, making two dangerous throws that could have been picked. Fortunately, he avoided that, and the Colts settled for a 53-yard field goal from Adam Vinatieri with :39 seconds in the half. With all their timeouts, the Titans began driving to attempt to get a score before the half Jordan Wilkins Jersey Stitched , and found themselves having more success moving the ball through the air. An incredibly dumb late hit by safety George Odum helped move the ball onto the Colts side of the field. Unfortunately, during that drive, rookie pass rusher Tyquan Lewis found himself on the turf and immediately grabbed at his right knee. His loss for any amount of time is a big blow to both the pass rush and the run defense for this team. George Odum very nearly redeemed himself with a pick in the end zone but it was broken up as Odum and Desir didnít communicate well and knocked it away from each other. The result was a field goal from the Titans to end the half 17-10 with the Colts set to get the ball back to start the second half.Overall this has been a tale of two very different quarters from the Colts on offense. Since Luckís pick six, this offense has looked out of sync and has been making costly mistakes that they cannot make down the stretch. Hopefully the half will give them a chance to breath, evaluate those mistakes, and start fresh in the second half. The NFL trade deadline is approaching quickly. The Colts have until 4 PM ET on October 30th, to negotiate and conclude any trades. Colts General Manager Chris Ballard has had his fair share of experience when it comes to trading. Ballard has been in trading Phillip Dorsett to New England for Jacoby Brissett, Dwayne Allen to New England for a fourth round draft selection, Henry Anderson to the New York Jets for a seventh round draft selection and most recently Darrell Daniels to Seattle for Marcus Johnson, to name a few. The Colts are in a position to potentially improve the roster through a trade and they have a wealth of cap space, currently sitting at around $52 million, to accommodate new contract. Stampede Blue will dive into each potential trade target and their fit with the Colts, why the trade partner wants to move the player, trade compensation and the likelihood of the trade happening. DeVante Parker WRMiami Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker has been the subject of trade rumours. The Palm Beach PostThe Colts receiving corps is bare. Outside of TY Hilton their isnít really much to get excited about. Chester Rogers runs hot and cold and doesnít always have the best hands. Ryan Grant is on a one year contract and is unspectacular Indianapolis Colts Abdurrahman Ya-Sin Jersey , but relatively consistent. Enter Miami Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker. Parker, 6í3 215lbs, may be the receiver the Colts need. He possess athletic traits the current group lacks. The former first round pick out of Louisville was highly regarded leading up to the NFL draft and its not hard to see why. His build (80inch wingspan) and natural athletic traits (4.4 forty) put him a level above TY Hiltonís supporting cast and may offer Andrew Luck the receiver Donte Moncrief could not consistently be. Of course Parker wouldnít be in trade rumours if he didnít have a drawback, that comes in form of his injury history. The Dolphins appear tired of Parkerís inability to stay healthy. He has never been able to muster a 16 game season. In 2016, his sophomore year in the league, Parker played in 15 games managing 56 receptions for 744 yards and 4 touchdowns, on a Dolphins offense that threw the ball 477 times the whole year, second lowest in the league. Compensation: Late round draft selection, in the sixth or seventh round. Likelihood: 35%. The Colts need help at wide receiver, the Dolphins are getting tired of Parker. This trade could very well happen.Amari Cooper WRWill Oakland Raiders wide receiver Amari Cooper join the list of those on the way out of the Black Hole?James Lang-USA TODAY SportsThe fire sale in Oakland doesnít appear to be stopping any time soon. Oakland Raiders head coach Jon Gruden already traded the Raiders best player, Khalil Mack, to Chicago, so it came as no surprise when the news broke that Amari Cooper was on the trade block. Cooper, a former fourth overall pick in the first round from Alabama Womens Abdurrahman Ya-Sin 2019 Jersey , was considered the best wide receiver in the 2015 NFL draft. He is 6í1Ē, 211lbs, possesses 4.4 speed and crisp route running ability. He has been hampered by injuries and inconsistency, in the form of drops and quarterback play. He has all the tools, both physically and in football IQ, to be a consistent number one wide receiver but Cooper needs to take advantage more often. Putting Cooper into an offense ran by Frank Reich and quarterbacked by Andrew Luck would allow him to excel and take his game up another level. Just take Eric Ebron as an example. Ebron was labelled an inconsistent bust with drop issues when he was released by the Detroit Lions. 6 weeks into the season and he shares the lead for receiving touchdowns. Cooper would benefit from upgrading at quarterback, going from Derek Carr to Andrew Luck is just what he needs. He would be a welcome addition to Reichís offensive scheme and would form a formidable tandem at wide receiver with TY Hilton, helping to stretch the field and provide a bigger body at the position.Compensation: High to mid round selection, in the second or third round. Likelihood: 10%. The Raiders are reportedly asking for a 1st round pick in return for Amari Cooper, if that is indeed true then the likelihood of the trade happening would be less than 5%. However, Cooper has been on a downwards spiral lately so Oakland really arenít in a strong bargaining position, as they were with the Khalil Mack situation. If the Colts can negotiate and bring the price for Cooper down, the trade is more possible.
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