The scene: Down 7-3, the Colts took over at the Chiefs 33-yard line with 9:39 to go in the second quarter.
The anatomy of the drive: 2 plays, for 33 yards in 0:16.
Key play: The key play on this touchdown drive comes from the defense. On a second-and-10 from the Chiefs 31-yard line, Kansas City running back Knile Davis coughed up the football and
The score: Two plays later the Colts faced their own second-and-10 from the Chiefs 33-yard line. In a shotgun set, Donald Brown lined up to the right of Andrew Luck. All three Colts receivers and
Donald Brown’s 51-yard touchdown run from Andrew Luck
The scene: Leading 13-7, the Colts took over at the their own 44-yard line with 13:52 to go in the third quarter.
The anatomy of the drive: 2 plays, for 56 yards in 0:57.
Key play: Just like the Colts first touchdown, the key play on this drive came via the defense. With the Chiefs facing a third-and-16 from their own 44-yard line, Robert Mathis added another highlight to his Defensive Player of the Year resume. Mathis beat No. 1 pick Eric Fisher and knocked the ball from the hands of Smith. The ball floated down the middle of the field and inside linebacker Jerrell Freeman caught the pop fly.
The score: Three plays after the turnover, the Colts faced a first-and-10 from the Indianapolis 49-yard line. It was once again a shotgun formation with multiple receivers and Brown to the right of Luck. Reserve tight end