INDIANAPOLIS – It's Final Four Week and while your NCAA brackets are likely busted, our #ColtsBracket has reached its own quartet.
The four quarterfinal matchups have been decided and now it's onto the Final Four plays of 2013.
On one side of the White bracket we have Robert Mathis forcing a safety on Sunday Night Football.
On the other side, it's the Colts special teams scoring a touchdown and changing momentum against Seattle.
Voting for the semifinals will run Wednesday and Thursday before the final matchup debuts Friday. Voting for the final will extend through Monday.
Our second semifinal matchup comes from the White Bracket.
Which is your favorite (Vote Below)?Robert Mathis Strip/Sack Causing A Safety 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.
Blocked Field Goal Returned For A Touchdown Against Seattle
-The Scene: Up 12-7, the Seahawks attempt a field goal at the Colts 30-yard line with 13:20 to go in the second quarter.
-The Play: The Colts had a league-high 73 players play in a game in 2013. Lawrence Guy played just two games for the Colts but his block field goal against Seattle was the special teams play of the year. Delano Howell picked up the bouncing ball and "outran" Seattle punter Jon Ryan for the touchdown return.