Pat McAfee explained the Colts fake punt. And finally, we know why the Colts called it.
The Colts unbelievably disastrous fake punt attempt on Sunday night was recreated in Tecmo Bowl. It was slightly more successful.
This was Cam Newton telling the football world: Forget about just calling him a big, strong, power-running weapon. You can now consider him a pocket passer as well.
Well, the Patriots didn't score 60 points, and for three quarters, the Colts not only kept things close, they played well enough to win.
No one on the Internet has any clue what the Colts were thinking on their third quarter 'trick play.'
The Colts ran a play that made no sense, had roughly a zero percent chance of actually succeeding and resulted in an immediate loss of yardage.
Colt Anderson, a safety for the Colts, seems like an OK jumper.
NFLDraftScout.com puts the Indianapolis Colts on the clock, with a rundown of team needs, expert picks, best fits and asks fans: How would you invest the 29th overall pick for the Colts?

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