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The Colts suffered a COVID scare hours before kickoff and were short-handed against the Arizona Cardinals but still survived to win 22-16.  It was the definition of a team win, as head coach Frank Reich said in his post-game press conference and pushed the Colts to 9-6 and in the thick of the AFC playoff picture.  The Colts were without key guys like Darius Leonard, Quenton Nelson, Zach Pascal and Khari Willis and then saw their offensive line, already thin without Nelson, take a hit with injuries.  Despite all of those factors, they got the win on Christmas Day and continue to be the team no one wants to face in the AFC.  How long can they survive being short-handed?  It was a question that Kevin & Jake debated and also posted to ESPN analyst and former Colts center Jeff Saturday.

“I was putting the pads on in my house during the game in case they needed me.” – Jeff Saturday

When it comes to being short-handed the former Colts center said Frank Reich’s system has so many guys bought in that it’s easier to plug and play more than other teams.

 “Guys are bought in on physicality.  When you talk about things that travel, that’s the thing that’s most impressive about me.  Doesn’t matter the position, everyone has bought in on being physical.” – Jeff Saturday

The guys also dove into the X’s and O’s of the game, the updated AFC playoff picture, Carson Wentz’s play, Jonathan Taylor’s MVP candidacy and a whole lot more.  To listen to the full conversation, click the link below and be sure to listen to Kevin & Query every weekday morning from 93.5 & 107.5 The Fan!