The Jacksonville Jaguars face the Indianapolis Colts Sunday afternoon and, with new head coach Chuck Pagano leading the team, there is a lot of new schemes to look at.
Ryan O'Halloran of the Florida Times-Union made some observations of the Colts' defense looking at last week's game against the Minnesota Vikings:
Just because the Colts have declared themselves a 3-4 team doesn't mean they don't branch out. On passing downs, they had four players in a three-point stance.
O'Halloran also observed that the Colts don't have their nose tackle line up over top the center, they have him shade to one side or the other. He also said that the Colts did a good job in picking up the Vikings' zone blitz, allowing two sacks during the game.
The Colts play the Jaguars at Lucas Oil Stadium Sunday at 1 p.m. The game will be televised on CBS.
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