Top Plays - Blue Bracket - No. 2 vs No. 7

Posted Mar 24, 2014

Intro: Over the month of March, will look back on the top 16 plays from the 2013 season. The plays will be broken down into two eight-play brackets and fans will vote on their play of the year.

INDIANAPOLIS – It’s March, in Indiana, and that means BRACKETS.

The Colts are joining in the madness with some brackets of their own.

Over the next few weeks, will publish a 16-play bracket looking back on the top plays from the 2013 season.

There will be two eight-play brackets (Blue and White) with fans voting on the best plays.

Our second matchup of the Blue Bracket is below.

Which is your favorite (Vote Below)?

T.Y. Hilton's 64-Yard Touchdown Reception Against Kansas City

-The Scene: Down 44-38, the Colts have a first-and-10 at their own 36-yard with 4:29 to go in the fourth quarter.

-The Play: For the entire season, this was probably the most well timed Luck-to-Hilton connection. Hilton lined up in the middle of a three-receiver set and made two subtle moves off a free release to get by the Chiefs secondary. Luck’s message to Hilton in the huddle of “just run” was heard loud and clear and sent Lucas Oil into a frenzy.

T.Y. Hilton's 29-Yard Touchdown Reception Against Seattle

-The Scene: Down 25-17, the Colts have a first-and-10 at the Seahawks 29-yard line with 4:22 left in the second quarter.

-The Play: For the regular season, this was probably the most well timed Luck-to-Hilton connection. Hilton beat Seahawks cornerback Brandon Browner to the outside and once Luck saw that, the ball was delivered perfectly into the outstretched hands of Hilton to continue the Indianapolis comeback.

ICYMI: Top Plays - Blue Bracket - No. 1 vs No. 8

ICYMI: Top Plays - White Bracket - No. 1 vs No. 8

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