Im sure there are good explanations for all of these, but Im curious to see what others think of the following play calls: 1) Predictability of the defense - We rushed 4 down lineman every play. Ryans crept up to the lOS, then backed off. Every time. We didn't blitz, we didnt stack the box, etc. 2) Half time clock management - Before half time we had the ball on a 3rd and 2 from our own 40 or so. We let the clock run all the way down adn then called a time out. It was very reminiscent of taking a knee with 2 minutes left last year. Its like Kubiak didn't trust our offense to get the 1st, and wanted to keep the Colts from getting the ball back. And then we called a pass play. Why..? 3) Challenge the INT - Last weeks INT challenge was a huge turning point, but the INT this week was pretty obvious. That guy was holding the ball like he had stolen it. That cost us a timeout which would have given us the ball with over a minute left 4) Kicking off with 2 minutes to go - Why didn't we at least attempt an onside kick? When you have as few timeout left as we did, you know you only 1, maybe 2 series to stop them. You know they are going to run. If they get the ball at the 20, you get the ball back with :20 seconds. If we onside kick, we have the chance to get the ball back immediately. And even if they get it with good field position, the defense could still make a big play and not allow the FG. 5) Bringing only 2 active RBs into the game. Why not have another guy who can run the ball if you already known Green was limping last week? It seemed like a bad plan to only have Green and Gado on the active roster 6) Leaving Faggins on a 10 yard cushion island. When your run defense is as stifling as it was yesterday, why not allow one of the safeties to play over the top of Harrison and let Faggins bump him at the line and play aggressively? Faggins prevented any long balls by staying 10 yards back from Harrison, but if we had been able to double cover him with Faggins underneath and someone over the top, we may have limited his effectiveness even more 7) Not putting a CB on Clark in the red zone. Everyone knows Manning likes to pass in the red zone. So why was it that Clark was all alone in the back of the end zone on a play I have personally witnessed at least 3 or 4 times? Obviously, hind site is 20/20, and I'll be the first to admit I have a mancrush on Kubiak. He is the best thing to happen to the Texans, so I dont want to doubt him. Im just curious what people think about some of these calls.