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 White Bracket is below.
Which is your favorite (Vote Below)?Robert Mathis Strip/Sack 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 No. 98's 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.
Antoine Bethea's Game-Sealing Interception Against Oakland
-The Scene: Down 21-17, the Raiders have a third-and-goal at the Colts 24-yard line with 39 seconds remaining.
-The Play: Who knows how the season would have played out if Bethea didn't seal the regular season opener. A Terrelle Pryor pass intended for Rod Streater was picked off when Bethea stepped in front of the throw inside the Colts five-yard line. It should be noted that a Robert Mathis 16-yard sack pushed the Raiders back to the Colts 24-yard line two plays earlier.