Final - Colts Bracket - No. 1 vs. No. 1

Posted Apr 4, 2014

Intro: Throughout the NCAA Tournament, will look back on the top 16 plays from the 2013 season. The 16 plays have been dwindled down to two and voting for the finale will run through Monday.

INDIANAPOLIS – After weeks of voting, the 2013 top plays Colts Bracket has been trimmed down to two plays.

On one side of the bracket there is Andrew Luck’s instinctual scoop and score in the Colts historic playoff comeback victory.

The opposition is Robert Mathis sending Lucas Oil Stadium into a frenzy with his strip/sack in an eventual win over the Denver Broncos on Sunday Night Football.

Voting for the finals will span through Monday before our Colts Bracket 2013 champion is unveiled.

Which is your favorite (Vote Below)?

Andrew Luck's Scoop And Score Against Kansas City

-The Scene: Down 41-31, the Colts face a second-and-goal from the Chiefs two-yard line with 10:45 left in the fourth quarter.

-The Play: The comeback was building but before it reached its crescendo, a little Luck was needed. It was a “sandlot” play as a Donald Brown fumble quickly turned into chaos for everyone but No. 12. Luck picked up the bouncing ball, off of Samson Satele’s helmet, and leaped over the goal line to keep the Colts comeback hopes alive. NBC color man Mike Mayock said it best after the touchdown: “You can’t make this stuff up, folks.”

Robert Mathis' Strip/Sack Against Denver

-The Scene: Up 14-10, the Broncos face a third-and-seven from their own nine-yard line with 9:01 to go in the second quarter.

-The Play: After years of staying away from No. 18 on the practice field, Mathis finally got his chance to add Manning to his growing sack list. Mathis’ tomahawk chop, which tormented quarterbacks all season long, came down on Manning’s throwing arm and the resulting safety sparked 23 unanswered points for the Colts.

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