This Week in Football Writing: October 26, 2015

Inside The Pylon works to deliver quality football content to our readers. This Week in Football Writing collects some of our favorite pieces from friends and colleagues last week and shares them with you.

Here’s a College Football Team Performing the Colts Trick Play Correctly 

Yahoo Sports’ Eric Edholm highlights how the University of Maine correctly ran the fake field goal play that the Colts failed to execute last Sunday night.


The Rules of Donut Club

Kalyn Kahler of Monday Morning Quarterback highlights the Vikings ridiculous Donut Club, which convenes every Saturday morning at 7:50.


Always a Step Ahead

Andy Benoit writes that halftime adjustments, plus Tom Brady‘s excellence climbing and sliding in the pocket were the reasons for the Patriots’ win over the Colts.


Pocket Presence Points: Driftin’ With Chuckie (Keeton)

Pocket presence to quarterbacks is like vision to running backs, writes Matt Waldman in his excellent breakdown of Utah State QB Chuckie Keeton’s pocket presence trait.


Clip Quiz: Cal WR Kenny Lawler

Matt Waldman quizzes readers on the cause of a failed pass to Kenny Lawler. Watch the clip and take the quiz.


Why I Drafted Jay Cutler, and What Happened From There

Former Broncos GM Ted Sundquist explains the story behind drafting Jay Cutler and Cutler’s first years in the NFL.


The Indianapolis Colts are the NFL’s Only Avant-garde Football Team

A.V. Club’s John Teti with a witty analysis of the Colts doomed fake punt play.

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