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 first matchup of the Blue Bracket is below.
Which is your favorite (Vote Below)?Andrew Luck's Fumble Recovery Touchdown 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."
Coby Fleener's Two-Point Conversion Against Houston
-The Scene: Up 25-24, the Colts decide to go for two points following a T.Y. Hilton touchdown with 4:05 left in the fourth quarter.
-The Play: An 18-point deficit had been erased in just over a quarter and Reliant Stadium had turned into a library. That noise became a whisper when Coby Fleener snagged a two-point conversion. Fleener's back-shoulder grab, in double coverage, gave the Colts a three-point lead and that proved pivotal when Texans kicker Randy Bullock's 55-yard field goal at the final gun went wide left.