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INDIANAPOLIS — The Colts are coming off an ugly defeat, a home loss in a game they were expected to win, and the schedule has given them arguably their hardest game of the season.

A road trip. In prime time. To Arrowhead Stadium, one of the loudest places in the league, to take on the NFL’s reigning MVP and the most explosive offense in football at 8:20 p.m. (WTHR) on Sunday Night Football. Double-digit underdogs for the first time this season, there will be plenty to watch when the Colts step on the field where their season ended in the playoffs last year.

1. Marlon Mack and the Colts offensive line have to control the game on the ground. Kansas City is the only team giving up more yards per carry than the Colts, and Indianapolis has shown it is more than capable of taking advantage. That being said, the Colts failed to get the running game going against the Chiefs in the playoff game last year, and they haven’t rushed for more than 100 yards in either of the last two games. Indianapolis badly needs to get Mack, who battled an ankle injury this week, going.

 

2. Indianapolis knows how to chew clock. When the Colts are running the ball well and throwing short, high-efficiency passes, Indianapolis can burn clock and keep the ball away from an opposing offense, the way the Colts did against Matt Ryan, Julio Jones and the Falcons two weeks ago. Kansas City quarterback Patrick Mahomes is the NFL’s ultimate offensive weapon; the best way to slow him down is to keep him off the field altogether.

3. The Kansas City pass rush, led by Frank Clark and Emmanuel Ogbah on the outside, as well as Chris Jones on the interior, has come on the past three weeks, posting 10 sacks over that time span. A Colts offensive line that has given up just six sacks will be charged with keeping the Chiefs away from Jacoby Brissett. Anthony Castonzo and Braden Smith will have their hands full on the edges, but the biggest problem is in the interior, where Jones is one of the NFL’s best inside rushers. 

4. The Colts will likely get back the services of T.Y. Hilton, who practiced the final two days of the week. Brissett needs him. Indianapolis has one clear No. 1 receiver in Hilton, who has caught 80 percent of the passes thrown his way so far this season. When Hilton was out against the Raiders, drops caused issues and killed drives; Hilton adds life to the passing game.

 

5. Eric Ebron needs to be the big-time playmaker who scores touchdowns, not the player who dropped three passes — or four, depending on how it’s scored — last week. When he’s at his best, Ebron is the downfield weapon the Colts have often lacked this season.

6. The Colts are going to need Deon Cain to make more plays at some point, especially with Devin Funchess (broken clavicle) and Parris Campbell (abdominal procedure) on the shelf this week. Cain was targeted five times and failed to make a catch against Oakland. With teams likely to focus their coverage on Hilton, Cain and the Colts’ other receivers have to make some plays.

7. Indianapolis has been killed by tight ends this season, and now the Colts go up against one of the game’s best in Chiefs star Travis Kelce. Kelce leads Kansas City with 24 catches for 369 yards, and now he goes up against a Colts secondary that has been shredded in the middle of the field, the area perfectly suited for the tight end. Indianapolis will be playing without All-Pro linebacker Darius Leonard and safeties Malik Hooker and Clayton Geathers; expect Kelce, who tore up the Colts in the playoff game in January, to get a lot of work against the backups.

8. Rookie safety Khari Willis has shown he can handle himself this season. The other spot, the spot manned by Geathers last week, will be taken over by George Odum, who has played just 251 snaps on defense in his short career so far, and potentially Quincy Wilson in some sub-packages. Indianapolis is sorely undermanned at the safety position; if the Colts are going to have a chance against the Chiefs’ prolific passing game, Odum and Wilson have to be brilliant.

9. The loss of Leonard for a third consecutive week looms large against a passer with Mahomes’ ability. Leonard normally spies mobile quarterbacks and adds a pass rusher by closing the distance to the quarterback as the play develops, but without him available, that role will fall to Anthony Walker, who doesn’t necessarily have the same instincts.

 

10. Kansas City has given up just three sacks this season while playing without the services of injured left tackle Eric Fisher. Experienced backup Cameron Erving has played well, but if the Colts pass rush is going to shake off a pair of ineffective games against Atlanta and Oakland — Indianapolis had just one sack in those two games — the player who lines up across from Erving must give him fits. The likely suspects are Justin Houston and Kemoko Turay; the pair each had a sack in the season opener, but neither has gotten home since that game.

11. Indianapolis has struggled with misdirection and diagnosing plays on defense, and Kansas City might be the best team in the league at getting defenders’ eyes in the wrong direction. The running game is going to be secondary on any team that has Mahomes, but the Chiefs have quick, elusive backs in LeSean McCoy and Damien Williams, and the Kansas City scheme produced 180 yards against the Colts in the playoffs last year.

12. The Colts defense needs to force more turnovers. Indianapolis has turned it over just four times on offense, ranking in the NFL’s top 10, but the Colts have also produced just four themselves, making it difficult to take advantage of all that ball security. Being forced to play without turnover machines like Leonard and Hooker hasn’t helped, but the Colts still have nickel back Kenny Moore, and a good way to keep the Chiefs out of the end zone is to find a way to take the ball back somehow.

13. Adam Vinatieri has gotten his mojo back at home the past two weeks, but Kansas City is an outdoor field on grass, the kind of surface he hasn’t kicked on while enjoying the comforts of home. Vinatieri’s early struggles have faded as a storyline; he can put them to bed with a good game in Arrowhead, the site of too many misses in last year’s playoff game.

14. Saturday, the Colts elevated cornerback Shakial Taylor from the practice squad to the 53-man roster. In a corresponding move, the Colts waived tight end Hale Hentges. Taylor originally joined the Colts as an undrafted free agent out of Kansas. He was waived-injured Aug. 31. Hentges signed with Indy as an undrafted free agent out of Alabama. Hentges had not caught a pass this season. 

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