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)?Robert Mathis' Strip/Sack Against Kansas City
-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.
Robert Mathis' Sack And Jerrell Freeman's Interception Against Kansas City
-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.