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Marcus Mariota not expected to play vs. Indianapolis Colts; stinger puts QB's long-term throwing ability at riskTitans QB Marcus Mariota is not expected to start Sunday night against the Colts primarily because of a nerve condition caused by a stinger http://www.coltscheapshop.com/cheap-authentic-kenny-moore-jersey , which has his overall playing status in jeopardy, sources told ESPN.ESPN: Marcus Mariota Not Expected To Start Tonight For TitansESPN NFL reporter Chris Mortensen is reporting that Tennessee Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota, who has been battling a nerve issue, is not expected to start in tonight’s win-or-go-home regular season finale against the Indianapolis Colts.Seven Things To Watch: Colts at Titans | 1070 the FanThe Colts will face the Titans in a win and get in contest on Sunday night in Nashville. What are seven things to watch for as the Colts (9-6) battle the Titans (9-6) in Week 17 of the 2018 regular season?Can The Colts Copy Dominant Earlier Season Blueprint Again Over Titans? | 1070 the FanBack in Week 11, the Colts obliterated the Tennessee Titans, 38-10. What did that blueprint look like for the Colts and how can they duplicate it?Colts at Titans: What to watch for Sunday night | FOX59INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Areas of interest in the Indianapolis Colts’ Sunday night meeting with the Titans at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tenn.Kickoff: 8:20 p.m.Broadcast: NBC Streaks on the line: Something’s gotta give.2018 Colts Preview: Colts/Titans, Week 17The Indianapolis Colts and Tennessee Titans battle for the privilege of getting into the 2018 NFL playoffs this Sunday. The winner's season continues while the loser goes home until next season. Here is everything you need to know to get ready for the gamColts, Titans prepare for do-or-die season finale | Sports | heraldbulletin.comOfficially, it's Game No. 256. The final contest of the NFL's regular season.Colts Mailbag: X-Factors Against Titans, 2019 Colts Draft Picks, Playoff ScenariosIn this week’s Colts Mailbag, readers inquire about who needs to step up to get a huge victory over the Tennessee Titans on Sunday Clayton Geathers Jersey , how many draft picks the Colts are looking at in 2019, various playoff scenarios and much more.Priority 1 for Colts’ D is dealing with Derrick Henry; Ryan Kelly out, Eric Ebron progressing | CBS 4 - Indianapolis News, Weather, Traffic and Sports | WTTVINDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – It’s easy to get distracted by the high-profile names at the marquee position. Marcus Mariota? Blaine Gabbert? Which Tennessee Titans quarterback will the Indianapolis Colts face in Sunday night’s winner-take-all meeting in Nashville? The name we should be focused on...Even Without Jurrell Casey, Titans' Defense Will Be A ChallengeThe Tennessee Titans will be without Pro Bowl defensive tackle Jurrell Casey when they face the Indianapolis Colts tonight, but Colts offensive line coach Dave DeGuglielmo explains why Tennessee’s defense is still a force to be reckoned with.Several Colts With Milestones On Deck In Season FinaleWith just one regular season game remaining on the 2018 schedule, several Indianapolis Colts players are on pace to set single-season career-best marks. There are also many spots among NFL history to be potentially reached.Colts Notebook: Ryan Kelly Rules Out For Titans Game | 1070 the FanThere’s some good and bad for the Colts on the final injury report of the regular season. How does the health of the Colts look like in Week 17?Colts Rule Two Out For Regular Season Finale Against TitansIndianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich on Friday said two players — wide receiver Daurice Fountain and center Ryan Kelly — have been ruled out of Sunday’s crucial Week 17 road matchup against the Tennessee Titans.Colts Notebook: Early struggles hardened young team | Sports | heraldbulletin.comIt's fair to question how prepared the young Colts are for the big stage entering Sunday night's do-or-die regular season finale against the Titans.Colts Mailbag: Future of running game, Mo Alie-Cox’s role, development of receivers and more – The AthleticStephen Holder answered your questions this week about the Indianapolis Colts.Where Do The Colts Rank? Week 17 (2018)Take a weekly look at where the standout Indianapolis Colts units and individual players rank among their AFC and NFL peers heading into Week 17 of the 2018 season.Why Matt Eberflus was the right man to turnaround the Colts’ defense'When you’re talking to Nick (Saban), you can tell if he’s angry with you or if he loves you. That’s what (Matt Eberflus) is.'Behind Enemy Lines: Four Burning Questions For The Titans - Full Press CoverageCOLTS MEDIA The Colts head into their bye week with a two game winning streak that has pushed them to 3-5 at the halfway point. Chris Ballard and Frank Reich have consistently utilized first and second year players for contributions along the way. For the first times in many of their NFL careers, they staged a fourth quarter comeback on the road. These opportunities to grow should help the team as the season progresses and give Indy’s front office a really good feel for where the team is headed when they start formulating the approach to the 2019 off season.For now, let’s take a look at the impact young players had in a satisfying comeback win in Oakland.OFFENSERookies Quenton Nelson and Braden Smith are now both full time starters. They did not come off of the field against the Raiders and Cheap Ryan Kelly Jersey , barring injury, will likely play every snap in the second half of the season. Both players have continued to earn recognition from player evaluators, former players, and media personalities for playing a key role in a Colts offensive line that has started dominating in both phases.The backfield continues to lean heavily on young players, with Marlon Mack leading the way in his second year. Mack has put together 10 straight quarters of highly productive film and has been rewarded with a bulk of the backfield load. He was on the field for 63% of the offensive snaps in Oakland and received 25 carries for 132 yards and 2 touchdowns. He added 2 receptions on 4 targets for another 17 yards.Rookie Nyheim Hines has been getting a lot of opportunities, even with Mack’s surge. He was on the field for 36% of the offensive plays while fellow rookie Jordan Wilkins was on the field for only 4%. Hines had another productive outing by rushing for 78 yards on 11 carries, an impressive 7.1 yards per carry average. He also caught 2 passes on 2 targets for 7 yards. Wilkins had 2 carries for 14 yards, 7.0 yards per carry in his own right.No matter who is in the backfield, this group of young players — including the offensive linemen — have been highly effective. If Indianapolis can continue having success on the ground and remain balanced on offense, it should have a positive impact for Andrew Luck and the passing game.DEFENSEAs with the offensive side of the ball, the defense continues to rely heavily on contributions from young players. No player has had a greater impact in 2018 than rookie linebacker Darius Leonard. He played every defensive down in Oakland and produced 9 tackles, a QB hit and a forced fumble to seal the game. No player for the Colts has made a habit of game-changing plays more than Leonard.Rookie defensive end Kemoko Turay continues to earn a lot of opportunities. He took the field for 46% of the defensive snaps and recorded a tackle. The quick release passing game for Derek Carr, Jon Gruden, and the Raiders offense made it difficult for the Colts’ defensive line to get an effective pass rush going. Turay tallied 1 tackle for the day.Rookie linebackers Zaire Franklin and Matthew Adams have both started seeing more regular opportunities on defense. Franklin was on the field for 20% of the defensive snaps Cheap Quenton Nelson Jersey , while Adams took the field for 16%. Franklin made a nice play in the middle of the field by knocking down a pass and added 2 tackles. Adams did not record a defensive stat.Rookie safety George Odum also took the field for one defensive play but his only tackle was on special teams.As has been the theme this season, it is the second-year players who are dominating the defensive side of the ball this year. Corner Kenny Moore took the field for 98% of the defensive plays, linebacker Anthony Walker was on the field for 82%, defensive tackle Grover Stewart played 34% of the defensive snaps, corner Quincy Wilson saw 20%, and corner Nate Hairston was on the field for 18%.Moore recorded 3 tackles, Walker added 6, and Wilson recorded 1. Stewart and Hairston did not record a defensive stat.ANALYSISThe Indianapolis Colts are starting to form an identity that is heavily influenced by young players. Coming into this season, one of the biggest concerns was how the team would transition at the linebacker position.


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