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, Colts.com 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 final first-round matchup of the Blue Bracket is below.
Which is your favorite (Vote Below)?
-The Scene: Up 38-17, the Chiefs face a second-and-six at the Colts 46-yard line with 9:11 to go in the third quarter.
-The Play: The Colts were making their comeback but you had the feeling it wouldn’t be complete until Mathis made his mark. This one was a little more taxing than most of his 2013 sacks but Mathis eventually got to Smith as the Chiefs quarterback tried to roll away from No. 98’s pressure.
-The Scene: Down 20-7, the Chiefs face a third-and-16 at their own 44-yard line with 14:00 to go in the third quarter.
-The Play: Mathis’ momentum changing turnovers in some of the Colts biggest games last season was remarkable. On this case, Mathis strip/sack got to Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith and instead of forcing a fumble, the ball flew forward and there was inside linebacker Jerrell Freeman to secure his second interception of the season.