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Palazzolo: Last season the Colts played cover-1(man) only 12% of the time. Vs the Bills they did it 42% of the time

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Might be a sign of what's to come, just like Ballard has hinted before and what we guessed here when he was talking about playing more man and then drafted a man corner in Rock Ya-Sin. 

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My guess is we didn't really have the personnel to run man last year. There'll probably be a lot more man this year.

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5 minutes ago, IndyScribe said:

My guess is we didn't really have the personnel to run man last year. There'll probably be a lot more man this year.

 

Specifically the safety depth, nor the pass rushers. They probably feel real good with added depth at safety, drafting Ya-Sin, and bringing Justin Houston in FA... Houston might be a big big reason. There's no longer a fear of having 4 or 5 guys get stonewalled and leaving your back end on individual islands across the field. 

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I'm guessing they'll mix it up depending on who they are playing. Eberflus has been preaching that forever. 

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4 hours ago, stitches said:

Might be a sign of what's to come, just like Ballard has hinted before and what we guessed here when he was talking about playing more man and then drafted a man corner in Rock Ya-Sin. 

So my old eyes weren't deceiving me?  Lol, thanks for the info!

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