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Top Plays - White Bracket - No. 4 vs No. 5

Intro: Over the month of March, will look back on the top 16 plays from the 2013 season. The plays will be broken down into two eight-play brackets and fans will vote on their play of the year.


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, 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 White Bracket is below.

Which is your favorite (Vote Below)?Delano Howell's 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.

Andrew Luck's Touchdown Run Against San Francisco

-The Scene: Up 13-7, the Colts have a third-and-three from the 49ers six-yard line with 4:58 left in the fourth quarter.

-The Play: Whether or not the Luck bootleg was called from the sideline was debated for several days after. What wasn't debated was the flawless execution of No. 12's fake to Ahmad Bradshaw and subsequent jog into the end zone with no one in arms reach of the Colts quarterback who finished the play off with his patented spike.

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