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After another disappointing loss to the Patriots http://www.coltsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-clayton-geathers-jersey , the Colts are left licking their wounds. This team faces an uphill battle with injuries and that only got worse when starting right guard Matt Slauson was placed on the injured reserve after fracturing two vertebrae during the third quarter of Thursday nightís game. This will puteven more pressure on young offensive linemen, as it all but certainly pushes Braden Smith into a permanent starting role. Stampede Blueís Zach Hicks put together a nice film breakdown on Smithís performance at right tackle earlier this week. Today we will look at Quenton Nelsonís performance, primarily as a pass blocker. We also get some bonus clips of Nelson throwing players to the turf ó if youíre into that sort of thing.One of the most difficult pass rush concepts to defend is the inside stunt from an edge defender. When the timing is right, it is difficult for offensive linemen to get in good position. On this play, neither Nelson or Kelly were able to react quickly enough to get a body on Adrian Clayborn (#94), which led to pressure and ultimately a hit on Luck. Rather than look at his target before releasing a throw, Luck tossed the ball where he guessed Nyheim Hines would be and missed wide right. This was an easy interception and an embarrassing play for the Colts.While Matt Slauson ultimately bails Nelson out on this play, this is another example where he is beat by a lateral move. Trey Flowers (#9 initiates contact on Nelsonís outside shoulder and gets him off balance. He uses Nelsonís momentum to make a move to the inside. By the time Flowers gets around Ryan Kelly in the middle of the field, Slauson is there to pick him up. If Slauson wasnít there, Luck takes a hit.There have been a number of questionable calls or no-calls throughout the season. Some of these calls have gone against the Colts and some have been to the teamís benefit. This is a prime example of defensive holding. If not for the holding, Clayborn doesnít get a free shot at Luck. Due to the holding, Luck takes a hit. This will go down as a bad snap for Nelson but it should have been an obvious penalty.Nelson does a really nice job blocking on this play. Deatrich Wise (#91) attempts to rush to Nelsonís outside shoulder. Nelsonís initial instinct is to pass Wise off to LeíRaven Clark, in order to be in position for Kyle Van Noy (#53) who is lurking at the second level. Clark fails to engage and in past games we have seen this turn into pressure or a hit on Luck.On this play, Nelson sticks with the block and gets a strong kick slide to recover and keep the pocket clean.This play is an example of Nelsonís anchor and brute strength. Adam Butler (#70) attempts to gain inside leverage on Nelson and gets shoved out of the pocket and across the field. He has no chance to impact Luck on this play.Here Jabaal Sheard Jersey , Nelson is tasked with negating an outside move from Kyle Van Noy and has to react to the stunt inside by Adrian Clayborn. Unlike the earlier clip, Nelson handles both defenders with ease and keeps Luck clean. The ball is long gone by the time Clayborn is in position to pressure the quarterback.This play is a bit of a win and loss. Trey Flowers is able to get inside leverage on Nelson and get into Luckís face but he is unable to get around him. Nelsonís second-effort and ability to maintain position gives Luck time to escape and get rid of the ball. Flowers is a legitimate NFL pass rusher and he wonít often come up empty handed if he gets an opponent in this situation. He came up empty against Nelson.This is another fantastic combination block from Nelson where he and his teammates shut down Flowers and Clayborn on the left side of the line. Flowers gets passed to Clark and Clayborn hits a wall with Kelly only to have Nelson finish him off and drive him well wide of the play. This is a pretty looking piece of film if youíre an offensive line coach reviewing the game.This may very well be Nelsonís best pass blocking rep of the night. Here he dismisses Wise to the outside, allowing Clark to take over, and engages Clayborn one-on-one coming across his face on the stunt. Notice that it takes a hard kick slide to stay in front of Clayborn and make up for the fact that he is at a sprint. It also takes an incredible amount of agility for a man his size to commit so hard to his inside and still plant his outside foot and get his body into position before Clayborn can turn the corner. This is another example of a play that very few NFL guards make. This is an example of the type of ability that separates Nelson from many of his peers.Bonus time. If you like watching Nelson finish blocks, steamroll opponents, or drive them into the turf ó this is your portion of the film review. On this play the defender trips over the 25-yard line after Eric Ebron does his best matador impression. The edge defender is looking for a helping hand to stay upright. Nelson is pleased to greet him and run over him like a rolling pin. Kyle Van Noy attempts to gain outside leverage to pressure the quarterback. He fails, miserably. Nelson controls him throughout the entire play and slams him into the ground as punishment.I know, I know, this is a running play. It is also a running play that asks Quenton Nelson to pull. I like these plays.Here, Nelson gets to the second level and meets Adrian Clayborn. He pivots his body and anchors to keep Clayborn from making a play on the ball carrier. At the end you will see that a mass of bodies hits the turf and Nelson has completely planted his body to drive Clayboard into the turf. We have kids who visit our website so we try to keep things appropriate. Weíll let you imagine how the rest of this play went.CONCLUSIONSIn all, this was a dominant blocking performance by Nelson. This is the first defensive line he has faced this year that is somewhat pedestrian. Outside of a couple of issues on stunts and a couple of challenging snaps against Trey Flowers, Nelson played an important role in keeping the left side of the pocket clean. It will be worth monitoring how the left side of the line looks when Anthony Castonzo returns to the field, and it looks like that could be as early as Sundayís match-up against the New York Jets. OverviewOn November 11, 2018 the Indianapolis Colts will host the Jacksonville Jaguars. In this week ten match-up I sought to understand our opponent and get a better idea of how they may attack our new look Colts.The last time these two teams faced off was December 3rd of last year. The game ended up being a 30 to 10 win for a Jaguars team who has won four of the last five against our Colts. Given that the Manning era Colts owned the AFC South for the better part of a decade Authentic Margus Hunt Jersey , thatís not good. Hopefully this Sunday we see our Colts get things going in the right direction and come away with a win against a crumbling Jags team.Letís figure out what we can expect in week ten. Special TeamsKicker:Kirby Lee-USA TODAY SportsJosh Lambo has turned his career around in Jacksonville. Before being signed by the Jags, Lambo was a career 81% field goal kicker and was 90% on extra points. Since being signed midway through 2017 he has hit 97% of his field goals and 94% of his extra point tries. Earlier in the year Lambo nailed a kick from 57 yards. Right now he is kicking as well as anyone in the league and this guy has a monster leg. Punter:Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY SportsLogan Cooke isnít as good of a punter as Lambo is a kicker. Cookeís 42 yard average is good for 32nd in the league this season. There is at least one punter who was cut earlier in the year with a higher average than Cooke. To be fair this isnít factoring in net yards nor punts downed inside the 20 but generally speaking being ranked 32nd at something where there are only 32 of you doing that thing, isnít a good look. I donít expect Logan Cooke to flip the field effectively on Sunday. Returner:Steve Flynn-USA TODAY SportsDede Westbrook will return punts and D.J. Chark will return kicks. Both return spots were filled by Jaydon Mickens before suffering an ankle injury that ended his season. Chark has only returned three kicks during his NFL career. which means we have no idea what this guy will do. Iím sure the Jags coaches have seen enough from him in practice to put him back there,but I couldnít begin to predict his performance on Sunday. Westbrook, like Chark only has three punt returns this season but he is averaging nearly 17 yards a return. Granted the sample size is tiny, it will be something to watch in this game. Final Thoughts for The Week:This Jaguars team is better than their record. Their offense is primed with talent at their skill positions but are currently being held back by a less than healthy offensive line and poor quarterback play. Their defense isnít as bad as what the national media seems to have told us and the talent they have on that side of the ball is just silly. This is a really tough match up. I feel itís strength vs. strength with the Colts offense going against the Jags defense and weakness vs. weakness with the Colts defense facing the Jags offense. The questions in this game surround how well Blake Bortles plays and which Colts defense shows up? Is it the Colts defense that held Adrian Peterson to 20 yards on 11 carries or is it the Colts defense that allowed 56 yards on 10 carries for Wendell Smallwood?PredictionColts 27Jags 24Draft WatchHeading into week 10 the Colts currently sit at 3-5 which ties them with the Dallas Cowboys, Detroit Lions, Jacksonville Jaguars and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Cowboys are playing a tough Eagles team on the road on Sunday night. This is a game they very likely lose. The Lions are playing on the road at Chicago against a better than expected Bears team, the Lions should lose this game. Our Colts are playing the Jags. The Buccaneers travel to face the Washington Redskins in yet another game where the 3-5 team looks like the safe bet to lose. If these teams play to these expectations, it means the Colts will drop as low as 15th (with a Ravens and Packers loss) instead of the possible top 10 pick they currently hold. This is a big week for our Colts, a divisional game is always important but to have any realistic chance of making the playoffs (and drafting late in the first round) this is truly a must win situation for our Colts.