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Thus far the Indianapolis Colts appear to have backed into the right choice in first-year head coach Frank Reich. Of course we don’t truly know how things would be right now if Josh McDaniels wouldn’t have reneged on the job Womens Kenny Moore 2019 Jersey , but finding anyone who isn’t impressed with what Reich has done to this point is going to be difficult to say the least. Reich and his Colts currently stand at 4-5 as they prepare for their second AFC South game in as many weeks, and a realistic shot at landing in the postseason if they can take advantage of their remaining schedule.Combined, the Colts’ opponents record is 25-30 (.455) with the Tennessee Titans and Houston Texans being the only two squads who are currently holding winning records. Defensively, the Colts are a mixed bag. They’re in the bottom third of the league in yards allowed per game, but are in top half in yards per play allowed. They’re allowing a ton of first downs per game, and have fallen off from their impressive start to the season on third downs. On the other hand, they continue to make big plays when the team needs them, have been the driving force in a couple of the team’s wins this season, AND they are currently 6th in the NFL allowing only 3.9 rushing yards per attempt. We knew there would be some inconsistency — at a minimum — this season with a new scheme, but you can certainly see that the speed and energy they bring is something that will be fun see the continued construction of in the near future.Offensively, the Colts sit at sixth in the league in scoring per game (28.9 points per game), are the best third-down team in the NFL, are top-10 in yards per game, and in the top half of the league in yards per play. Andrew Luck is at the top of his game, the running game is showing legitimate improvement in comparison to years past, and the offensive line is considered to be one of the best in the league.Additionally, Reich’s play design and ability to stay level, and get this roster to completely buy in to what they’re building is already paying dividends. As stated, he’s gotten a very solid start to his career in Indianapolis despite having a very average record right now. But, the real challenge for him will be to see what he can put together in this pivotal second half to the season. Chuck Pagano obviously caught lightening in a bottle with the drafting of Luck and rode his coattails to three straight postseason berths. The last four seasons Indianapolis Colts Skai Moore Jersey , though, one of his largest issues was struggling to get the team to lock anything up in the final eight games of the year. Between 2014-2017, Pagano went 18-14 in the second half of the season, went 8-5 within the division, and 6 of those 14 losses were by 20 points or more. This is something that Reich must avoid at all costs. I don’t think anyone realistically expects Reich to be 8-0 in his final eight games of the year, but a winning record SHOULD be expected with what they have left to battle. Earlier this season the Colts lost to the Texans in overtime after spotting them 14 points earlier in the game due to two miscues inside their own 10-yard line. They lost to an Eagles team — who is clearly not to be mistaken with the Super Bowl champion team from a year ago — by only 4 points in their worst offensive yardage output of the season, and lost to the Bengals after a Jack Doyle fumble was returned for a touchdown as the Colts were driving and in control of their own destiny.You can make several arguments for these losses being understandable in a coach’s first season at the helm. But, he’s no longer a rookie coach in the eyes of anyone in Indianapolis after seeing what he can put together, and these sort of missed opportunities cannot scar the second half of the season if Reich truly wants his first season to be a building block for the future. Would anyone freak out if they did? Probably not, and they really shouldn’t either. But, Reich will be held to very high standards before you know it, and we’ll be dissecting this season in the near future to see exactly what the Colts have on their hands. The Colts need to be good within the division, they need to beat the teams they should beat, and they can’t afford to give any wins away if they have any dreams of being a playoff team. I’m in the camp that says that all you have to do is get in. Especially with the high-powered offense that Luck leads, and the potential that we see in the defense from time to time.If the Colts defense could continue to hold down opponent’s rushing yardage per attempt, tighten up their zones as the season progresses, and can continue to make big plays, there is no reason that Luck and Reich can’t lead this team to the playoffs and beyond. Reich’s coaching ability will be put to the test, and I for one am excited to see him break expectations down the stretch. The Colts prospect interviews are finishing up as we approach the NFL Draft this week. Today’s player interview is Bowling Green CB Montre Gregory. The Colts could use more depth at cornerback, and..."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Colts StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Colts NewsYahoo Colts Team PageYahoo Colts ReportYahoo Colts Depth ChartYahoo Colts TransactionsYahoo Colts PhotosShop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ?Colts AnalysisInterviewsNFL DraftColts Prospect Interviews: Bowling Green CB Montre GregoryEDTShareTweetShareShareColts Prospect Interviews: Bowling Green CB Montre GregoryAdam Hagy-USA TODAY SportsThe Colts prospect interviews are finishing up as we approach the NFL Draft this week. Today’s player interview is Bowling Green CB Montre Gregory. The Colts could use more depth at cornerback Indianapolis Colts Robert Okereke Jersey , and the under the radar Gregory could be a good fit. The interview will be towards the bottom of the page, as he interviewed exclusively with Stampede Blue to talk about attending Bowling Green University, playing in the NFLPA Bowl, and a potential move to safety in the NFL.BackgroundSize:6’1” 191 poundsMeasurables (Pro Day): 40 Time: 4.50 / Bench Reps: 23 Reps / Vertical Jump: 33 inches / Broad Jump: 125 inches Career Stats:68 total tackles, 2 tackles for a loss, 1 sack, 1 interception, and 15 pass deflections in his career.Round Projection:Rounds 7-PUDFAFit with the Colts:Gregory may not be a big name in this class, but he does have the traits to be a solid add as an UDFA after the draft. He is bigger player who is a willing tackler and tested fairly well. For a team that struggled with depth at defensive back last season, an undrafted free agent who can play both safety and cornerback would be a solid add. Add in that he has strong ties to the community and is a hard worker and he would just be a great fit with this team after the draft.Film Room: Gregory is a big-bodied player who does a good job of staying in the receiver’s hip pocket. He uses his length well to separate ball from player on film, as well.Gregory is pretty solid at coming off of the edge as well and playing the run. He's not afraid of sticking his nose in there.Interview:ZH: How did you end up at Bowling Green coming out of high school in Maryland?MG: I grew up in Baltimore and it was pretty tough for me. I really didn’t play football too much in high school— I grew up boxing— so when I decided to give football my all in my Senior year, my grades were pretty bad and I didn’t get to play much. I knew I wanted to leave Baltimore, so I decided to walk on at JUCO. I looked up some schools and saw Butler was one of the best in the country, so I walked on there. I balled out, got a scholarship the next semester, but Coach Troy Morrell— who is a legendary JUCO coach— retired so I left and went to Monroe in New York closer to home. I played one year and got a scholarship to Bowling Green. I always told myself that I would always take that first scholarship offer I received, so Bowling Green was that offer and I took it and I haven’t looked back.ZH: After a solid career at Bowling Green, you were invited to the NFLPA Game. What was that experience like for you, and what was it like to be there after all you’ve been through?MG: It was definitely a blessing and I couldn’t have done all this on my own. I just thank God and Jesus Christ who blessed me with that, and it just felt so good Womens Robert Okereke 2019 Jersey , man. When I went out to the NFLPA Game, that experience was wonderful. The weather wasn’t the best, we often practiced in terrible weather and torrential downpours on a grass field. That wasn’t the best, but getting around those coaches and NFL guys who have played at that level was just great. I learned from NFL Hall of Famers like Darrell Green and coaches like Corey Hall and guys like that. It was a blessing and I’m very thankful.ZH: You put together a pretty solid Pro Day for a player of your size. How did it feel to put together a solid performance like you did in front of all those scouts?MG: It was a blessing as well, because this whole process was kind of stressful. Knowing that scouts care about your game film, but also care about how you perform and test well was stressful. I knew I was a stronger guy and faster guy but I just wanted to be able to go out there and put that stuff on paper as well. It was definitely a relief once I got it done because I trained so long and I was so disciplined with things like my diet and stuff. Just to know it worked out and hopefully helped me get to the NFL was a blessing.ZH: I noticed you are a solid tackler on film. How important is it in your mind for a corner to be good in run defense?MG: I think it is really important. Our coach wasn’t always willing to put his corners in run fits but once he got to Bowling Green and saw what I was able to do, he put me in more situations to run fit. It’s huge being able to put another guy around the line who is able to come downfield in run support. I think it is not a trait that a lot of corners have but I think they should have. I’m just blessed I was able to showcase that skill.ZH: So you run well and are a solid tackler, would you be able to make the transition to safety if a team were to ask you to do that?MG: I’d be extremely comfortable. I actually played some safety at the NFLPA game when I wasn’t at cornerback. I’m comfortable anywhere on the back end. If they were to put me in the box, I feel like I could play some strong safety and do a good job at it. I feel like I could even play free safety as well. Anywhere in the secondary, I’d feel comfortable. I practiced all Spring last year at nickel, too, so I would be good there as well. I feel like I’m a student of the game and I really study how coordinators want their defense to be run and what I can do to help my team win.ZH: Are there any players in the NFL that you model yourself after/compare yourself to?MG: I kind of watch a lot of guys and try to steal aspects of their games for myself. I watch a lot of Jalen Ramsey and Patrick Peterson. For the safety position, I like watching Jamal Adams and Kam Chancellor when he was playing. I just watch those type of guys and see what I can take from their game for myself.ZH: Last question for you. On and off the field, what is my team getting if they draft you in this class?MG: A guy that won’t quit and will work harder than everybody else in the facility. Really dedicated to getting better each day and really in love with the process of it all. I love practice, I love film, I love it all. My heart is always going to be in it. Off the field, I’m somebody who will be doing wonderful things for the community, especially the inner city. Wherever I end up at, I’ll be doing a lot of work for the inner city and single mothers and helping those type of people out.

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