Home Sports Redskin Nyheim Hines shines as a receiver in this week’s Colts film review SportsRedskin Nyheim Hines shines as a receiver in this week’s Colts film review November 4, 2020 4 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp The Colts are off to a 5-2 start and beginning to solidify an identity. The short version: They’re a team with an efficient offense and a stingy, big-play defense. The real tests lie ahead, with Baltimore, Tennessee and Green Bay next on the schedule. But before moving on, let’s look back on how things went in Detroit on Sunday, where there was much to evaluate, good and bad. Let’s dig into the all-22 film. First quarter, 6:29 remaining This was not a great start for Indianapolis. The Colts were moving the ball on their second possession before being stopped at the Detroit 46-yard line. Facing a fourth-and-11, they opt to punt. But the Lions blocked Rigoberto Sanchez’s kick and a mess ensued. How did it happen? For starters, the Colts appeared to not execute their protection very well. While we don’t know the exact plan designed by special-teams coordinator Bubba Ventrone, it is evident below… READ NEWS SOURCE RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Michigan found something in newcomers Chaundee Brown and Mike Smith [SB Nation: Fake Teams] – Thanksgiving Football Preview: What to expect fantasy-wise from Thursday’s doubleheader Qualifying early gives Guardiola a chance to let his players breathe [NFL: Washington Redskins] – Chip Brierre is joined by guests Shawn Springs, Jane Slater and JP Flaim to preview Thursday's Thanksgiving Day matchup between... [NFL: Washington Redskins] – How Washington Plans To Stuff Zeke This Thanksgiving | The Beat | Episode 11 Dallas Cowboys coach Markus Paul dies Dan Snyder, Washington team president won’t attend game at Cowboys due to COVID-19 close contact [Bleacher Report] – Dan Snyder, Jason Wright Won't Attend WFT vs. Cowboys After COVID-19 Exposure Bucs backs struggling in pass-catching role for Tom Brady [SB Nation: Hogs Haven] – Rile’d Up: Well, They Wouldn’t Be The First .500 Team To Win A Playoff Game… [The Washington Times] – Smith, Dalton get Thanksgiving nods for Washington, Cowboys What Rockies, Reds net in four-player trade headlined by Jeff Hoffman LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.