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-Secondary has to step up and find a way to disrupt the passing game as does the pass rush

-Bortles is 14 of 18 for 179 yards abd we are only at halftime

-Moncrief and Fleener are having good games 7 catches out of 9 targets 78 yards between them, Have to go to them from intermediate routes more (11-20 yards).

-Jax has stacked the box in the run game some

-Hilton targeted 5 times but only 1 catch

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The times we are getting to him they have people open. Bortles has 3 incompletions

The Colts are not getting to Bortles very often, he has had all day to throw for the most part. He is hitting dump offs for the most part when there is pressure.

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