I agree with u. People on this forum just look at stats. I have watched the film and he is poor in coverage and gets blown up in running plays. I think he is to light. I also think Leonard believes his own hype and is playing for stats. Call me crazy.....but would not b surprised if we have 2 lbs ready to take advantage of their opportunities.
NFL Game Day in Indianapolis is finally here Colts Nation! Our 2019 Indianapolis Colts are back in Downtown Indianapolis as they host the Atlanta Falcons in the first of four NFC South interdivisional opponents the Colts will play during the 2019 NFL Regular Season. Atlanta is playing a regular season game for the first time in Indianapolis in eight years, and Sunday afternoon's game is the 17th all-time meeting between the teams.
After two games the Colts are #2 in the NFL in Rushing Offense, and yards, led by Marlon Mack with his 225 yards. Also an interesting battle of quarterbacks, with the Colts Jacoby Brissett and the Falcons Matt Ryan leading their offenses. Atlanta offense also is sparked by WR Julio Jones and RB Devonta Freeman.
Indianapolis by far has the most current winning percentage over any NFL opponent to start their home schedule of the regular season. Colts lead the series at 14-2, and with their .875 percentage over the Falcons after 16 games. Colts probably would have had a record of 15-1 instead when the Falcons last visited Indianapolis. Colts QB Peyton Manning though was sidelined the entire 2011 NFL regular season because of his neck surgeries, along with Manning being placed the Franchise Tag.
Indianapolis will certainly perform better than they did when they played Atlanta at Lucas Oil Stadium (the building) back on November 6, 2011. Falcon's Matt Ryan outdueled the Colts Curtis Painter and Dan Orlovsky with completing 14 of his 24 passes for 275 yards and three touchdowns. Two of his TD's were in the air to Julio Jones from 50 and 80 yards, and 1 yard to Tony Gonzalez. Defensive back Jerraud Powers 6-yard interception return for a TD in the second quarter, was the only score for the Colts as Atlanta defeated Indianapolis 31-7.
Indianapolis avenged their loss when they defeated Atlanta in their last regular season visit to the Georgia Dome back on November 22, 2015. Colts QB Matt Hasselbeck threw two separate TD passes from 7 yards and 2 yards to Ahmad Bradshaw, plus a 6-yard INT return by Colts LB D'Qwell Jackson, to help the Colts tie the game at 21-21 with 10:07 remaining in the fourth quarter. Adam Vinatieri kicked 43-yard game-winning field goal with 8 seconds remaining, to help the Colts defeat the Falcons 24-21.
LOS's retractable roof could be closed to keep everyone inside cool and comfortable, for this afternoon's 1:05 PM Eastern Standard Time kickoff, because mostly cloudy skies at 84 degrees, feels like 85 degrees, is the gamecast outside the stadium area, along with 15% precipitation, 47% humidity, and southwest winds at 15 miles per hour.
Head Linesman Alex Kemp leads his NFL officiating crew to supervise the live game action on the LOS playing field between the Colts and Falcons.
NO injuries the Colts and Falcons players, win your second game of the season in front of your loyal fans, and LET'S GO COLTS!!!!!