As The Fan’s own Kevin Bowen asked earlier today, do the Colts have the blueprint to upset the chiefs?
Can their offense generate enough points to outscore Patrick Mahomes? Can the offensive game plan be to run down the clock and keep Mahomes off the field? Both of those questions are yet to be determined. One of those questions has been attempted by other teams, but most of the time it hasn’t panned out.
In his career against Gus Bradley, Mahomes has tossed 17 touchdowns and 2 interceptions. Underneath Andy Reid, the Chiefs have been sensational with extra time to prepare. Can the Colts pull off the unthinkable to many and defeat the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday?
For the answers to those questions and more The Dan Dakich Show turned to The Athletic’s Seth Keysor.
Plus, Keysor informs you on:
- If this is an advantageous matchup for the Chiefs defensive line against Colts offensive line
- His biggest takeaways of the Chiefs offense post-Tyreke Hill
- Where the Colts can attack the Chiefs defense
Listen to Jimmy Cook’s full chat with Seth Keysor below and don’t miss The Dan Dakich Show, weekdays 12-3pm Eastern, right here on The Fan.
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