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The Indianapolis Colts have been able to generate 200+ rushi

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ng yards per game in the last two games. The offensive line has certainly been a big part of getting things going on the ground. Fans knew the return of Anthony Castonzo would have a positive impact on the unit but contributions from rookies have also earned a great deal of attention.After struggling with injury in 2017 , center Ryan Kelly has been somewhat overlooked this season. Two high draft picks were used to address the offensive line and both have understandably warranted their share of the attention. Matt Slauson’s horrible back injury pushed free agent Mark Glowinski into action at right guard, causing fans to pause and take a look at what they’ve been getting out of an otherwise obscure signing. Lost in this mix is Ryan Kelly who has been earning the praise of his offensive line coach and who is tasked with leading a line that that continues to show signs of improvement. We already looked at the role he played as a pass blocker but now turn our attention to his impact on inside run plays. The guards have been getting attention, but how much credit should Kelly receive for Indy’s high powered ground game?Let’s take a look.Kelly’s (#78) worst snap of the game sees him get blown up by Raiders nose tackle Johnathan Hankins (#90). He is off-balance from the moment he engages and is never able to recover. This allows Hankins to push his way into the backfield and directly into the running lane. This is a one-on-one loss on the goal line and will certainly be a play that Kelly hopes to avoid repeating in the future.Here, Kelly gets a nice initial push and turns Hankins outside to give Marlon Mack (#25) a nice crease to the inside. Still, he is unable to maintain the block and Hankins comes off of it to hit Mack in the hole. If Kelly manages to maintain this block, Mack may have a chance to bounce this run for a much bigger gain.If you were looking for additional opportunities or negatives for Kelly on inside runs in this game, you won’t find any. He drives the defender back immediately on this play and has him beat one-on-one. Right tackle Braden Smith (#72) teams up with right guard Mark Glowinski (#64) to ruin the 3-tech defensive tackle’s life and shoves him all the way over into Kelly’s man. This dominance on the inside allows Nyheim Hines (#21) to run for a big gain up the middle.Remember Johnathan Hankins? He was one of the most sought after defensive tackles in the NFL during 2017 NFL free agency. He ended up joining the Colts to help provide the beef Chuck Pagano’s 3-4 scheme required. He paired with Al Woods to make it difficult to run up the middle against Indianapolis a season ago. He weighs 325 pounds and is a very hard man to move... for most people.Kelly draws Hankins one-on-one for this goal line carry and unlike the first clip in this series, he utterly dominates him. He drives him out of the hole, creates a nice lane for Marlon Mack and does a nice job of finishing the block, shoving Hankins well wide of the play.This is a horrible holding call. Kelly is trying to get an inside seal on Hankins to provide a nice cut back lane for Hines. He does an excellent job of maintaining his balance in space and mirroring Hankins as he attempts to make a play. When Hankins plants to come back inside he loses his base and Kelly is there to exploit it. Ultimately, Hankins falls to the ground and the official throws up all over himself and the reputation of NFL referees.Kelly is again tasked with taking Hankins one-on-one and maintains outside leverage to give Marlon Mack space to get outside. Granted, this isn’t a successful play but Kelly does his job and gives Mack a chance to take on edge defenders and linebackers.If you ever wanted to know how strong Ryan Kelly is, I recommend coming back to this story and looking at this clip. He gets an incredible initial punch on Hankins on this play, bending the massive defensive tackle to his right and away from the hole. This initial punch made it nearly impossible for Hankins to have any impact on the play. Jordan Wilkins has a nice lane to run into, following Quenton Nelson (#56) to the second level.Here, Kelly does a nice job of getting the initial seal on Hankins and knowing when to release to the second level to help Nyheim Hines break off a bigger run. The edge defender on the backside of the play tries to come over to chase Hines down but Kelly is in the way.Look at Kelly’s initial anchor and transition to power against Hankins in the hole. Nelson does come over to help for a moment but quickly releases to get a body on the linebacker. I’m not convinced Kelly needed any help at all. He overpowered Hankins from the start and created a nice lane for Hines to come through.Rookie P.J. Hall (#92) has no chance on this play. Kelly and Nelson double him off of the snap. Once Nelson releases, Kelly keeps his legs churning to drive Hall well wide of the hole and onto his knees.While Nyheim Hines bounces this run back to the outside, look at the nice work Kelly does in the middle. He seals Hankins and passes him off to Glowinski before he releases to punish linebacker Kyle Wilber Authentic Quincy Wilson Jersey , putting him on skates. If left tackle Anthony Castonzo gets a better block on Clinton McDonald (#97), Hines may have a easy touchdown run to the inside.ANALYSISFrankly, Ryan Kelly spent much of the game dominating the Raiders offensive line. There were inside run blocks and seals where he had some help, but he regularly out-muscled Johnathan Hankins in the middle, showed nice balance while on the move, and good timing to release and get to the second level. If he continues to be this strong for the running game on his own, it bodes well for the Colts having continued success. The Indianapolis Colts beat the Jacksonville Jaguars 29-26 in a divisional slug-fest this past Sunday to improve their record to 4-5 on the season. While this game was big in determining whether the Colts were potential contenders or pretenders, it also marked the much anticipated debut of second round rookie defensive lineman Tyquan Lewis.The former Ohio State product has been sidelined with a foot injury that led to the Colts to place him on IR in August. He was very productive in his time at Ohio State, racking up 23.5 sacks in 4 years. Give that the Colts have seen their pass rush all but disappear over the last few weeks, this is a perfect time for Lewis to return.Lewis was fairly up and down in his first game, which is to be expected. He did flash potential as a pass rusher, which has to make the Colts feel good about his performance. Let’s look at the film and see if Lewis lived up to the love he has been receiving from his coaches, and how he stacks up against a strong Colts rookie class.Film ReviewThe Colts did not hold back on getting Tyquan Lewis acclimated, as he played in over 70% of the defensive snaps. They deployed him in multiple ways, including lining up at both end spots, at three technique defensive tackle, and even dropping into coverage. While he showed some versatility, he was at his best rushing from the end in obvious passing situations. Our first clip features the Jaguars throwing a quick screen. Lewis is unblocked but quickly realizes that the screen is coming to his side. He is able to turn and chase down the receiver to limit the gain on the play. This type of athleticism is what Lewis immediately brings to the team. He is able to limit what could have been a first down play to a three yard gain. In our next clip Womens Anthony Walker Jersey , Lewis is lined up inside at defensive tackle on an obvious passing situation. He gets a good initial push with a bull rush that catches the guard off balance. He is not the biggest player — only 260 pounds— so I’m sure this type of rush surprised the guard. The guard is able to recover and re-anchor to keep Bortles clean. In time, it would be nice to see Lewis have a counter move or try to win speed on the inside but its not a bad snap.In our next play, Lewis is lined up inside. He performs a twist outside with defensive end Carroll Phillips. He is able to get outside of the left tackle just as Blake Bortles escapes to the other side of the pocket. Lewis doesn’t give up and relentlessly pursues Bortles. He is able to chase him down for the tackle. Bortles is relatively fast so for Lewis to chase him down in space is pretty impressive.In the next clip, Lewis is lined up as the rush end. He gets a good jump off of the snap and fights up field. He swats the left tackle’s hands and is able to disengage. He is a tad too stiff to turn the corner and get the sack but overall it is one of his better pass rushing reps of the day. If he learns to hook his arm at the end and bend a little bit— a move we see performed by Kemoko Turay every week— this is a sack every time. This next clip shows something that I noticed all day on Sunday and could be the reason why the Colts registered 0 sacks. Lewis tries to swat the hands of the tackle but doesn’t succeed. He then stops his rush and focuses on outside contain to keep Bortles in the pocket. This was a common theme Sunday, as most rushers would stop their rush after their initial move to keep Bortles in the pocket. I believe the gameplan was to keep Bortles in the pocket and to make him beat them with his arm.This next rep is perhaps the weirdest of the day for Lewis, as he drops into coverage on the tight end. The play is designed to have Lewis in coverage for a couple seconds as the blitzing slot corner makes the sack. Kenny Moore II misses the tackle, leading Lewis being in coverage longer than anticipated. He puts up a noble effort but overall there was no chance he was going to keep up with a tight end in the open field.In the following clip, Lewis is lined up at rush end in a clear pass rushing situation. He starts upfield with a pretty nice bull rush. Again, we see Lewis stop at the top of his arc in order to contain Bortles. In future week’s I’d like to see Lewis finish the rep or counter back inside. For the following play, Lewis goes back to the bull rush. He is fairly effective, as he drives the left tackle back into Bortles’ lap. He is able to get into the throwing lane but Bortles is still able to make a nice throw to the sidelines. Lewis could get his hands up sooner to make the throw harder but its still a positive rush.The next clip showcases Lewis against the run. The Jaguars run a quick pitch to Lewis’ side of the field. He shoots up field after shedding the left tackle and nearly makes the play in the backfield. He gets just enough of T.J Yeldon to slow the play down and allows Darius Leonard to clean up the play. I’d like to see him shoot up field more in these situations.The next rep shows Lewis’ best of the game. He explodes off the line, displaying great quickness. He stays low and is able to bend around the corner after swatting the hands of the left tackle. He gets to Bortles just as he is releasing the ball and nearly forces a fumble. This is the type of potential he has as a pass rusher. If he can combine his athleticism with his pretty solid hand usage more consistently going forward, the Colts will have a very good young pass rusher on their hands. Our last clip is also the worst. Lewis is lined up against a much smaller tight end. You’d expect a tight end to be no match but Lewis is unable to generate any pressure here. I know that his assignment may still be to contain Bortles but I’d like to see him take advantage of a mismatch like this in pass rushing situations. AnalysisOverall, this was a very promising debut. Lewis flashed some of the pass rushing traits that Chris Ballard fell in love with during the pre-draft process. He is an exceptional athlete and the hand usage he flashed on Sunday was something that no other player— even Turay— has really shown this season on film.I’d like to really see this coaching staff unleash Lewis next week against the Titans. He was held back a little bit this week by what appeared to be a strategy to focus on keeping Bortles in the pocket. The gameplan cannot be that against Marcus Mariota as he will carve the defense in that scheme. I think we could see a lot more of Lewis pinning his ears back and getting after Mariota this Sunday.With the success of the 2018 class so far though and the strong play of fellow rookie Kemoko Turay, it’s very easy to be excited about Tyquan Lewis going forward.
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