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The Indianapolis Colts are Divisional Round bound after a 21-7 victory over the Houston Texans. The Colts dominated the game from start to finish and it really was an impressive overall game. Their next opponent shouldn’t be as easy though as they are set to face the number one seed Kansas City Chiefs in Arrowhead on Saturday. The Chiefs have a load of talent on the offensive side of the ball but there is one player in particular who stands out on their defense.That player is defensive tackle Chris Jones Youth Skai Moore Jersey , who finished the year with 15.5 sacks from the interior. Jones is an absolute game wrecker on a defense that has struggled overall to match the play of their offense. Despite the defensive struggles on the Chiefs though, Jones has caught the eye of many analysts and other teams after recording at least one sack in the last 11 games of the regular season. Jones was named 2nd Team All-Pro this year for his outstanding season. In this scouting report, I’m going to be looking at the biggest strengths he offers for the Chiefs and how the Colts can counter his strong play.College:Mississippi StateMeasurables:Height: 6’6” / Weight: 310 pounds /Age: 2440 Yard Dash: 5.03 / Bench Press: 26 reps / Vert Jump: 24.5 / Broad Jump: 106StrengthsBull RushJones has one of the most devastating bull rushes in football. He has an excellent leg drive through blockers and his length and size make him insanely hard to move. When he keeps his feet moving, he is a very hard match-up for guards and centers on the interior. The key to blocking against this go-to move is making sure the guard makes first contact. If Jones is able to engage first with his long arms and 6’6” frame, it is very tough for the guard or center to win the rep. He excels at driving lineman back into the face of the quarterback and disrupting pass plays from that position.Here Jones (#95) is able to drive guard Jeremy Vujnovich— remember him from his Colts’ days?— right into the face of Josh Rosen and force a fumble on the play. He gave guards fits all year with this bull rush.Strength and FinesseJones can do it all as a pass rusher and has really refined himself since entering the league. Once heralded as a “raw player with all the tools” by draftniks such as Mike Mayock, Jones has really developed into a rusher who can win in a multitude of ways. From beating double teams to executing swim moves to even dipping his shoulder and bending through the interior, Jones is a handful when getting after the quarterback. Luckily the Colts have arguably the best guard in football on one side —Quenton Nelson — and another top 15 guard in the league on the other side — Mark Glowinski — to try and contain this massive pass rusher. First rep here shows Jones ripping through a double team to hit Phillip Rivers as he releases the ball. With his constant leg drive and very active hands, he makes splitting this double team look much easier than it should be.Next rep Jones shows really impressive strength as he goes under the block of the guard for the sack. Great effort to chase down Rivers from behind on this sack.AthleticismThe biggest attribute that Jones brings to this Chiefs’ defense is his pure athletic ability. Jones is really twitchy and fast for a man of his size. Jones is not a great run defender by any means but he makes a lot of big, disruptive plays because of how athletic he is. The strength and pass rush moves are great but what really separates him from most of the league is how quick and athletic he is. That is typically the difference between a good defensive tackle and a great defensive tackle. Jones has shown this year that he has the ability to be a great defensive tackle for a long time. Look at the distance he he covers on this zone run. Jones fights all the way down the line of scrimmage from the right side of the screen to fill the hole and make the tackle for a very short gain.Another outstanding play here as Jones is able to swim past the guard and make a tackle on Todd Gurley in the backfield. I can’t name too many defensive tackles athletic enough in the NFL to make this type of play. On this play, the Patriots try a trap play to block the penetrating Jones— a type of play the Colts run often. Jones is way too quick up field and is able to dive and swat the ball out of Tom Brady’s hands for the fumble. Way too athletic for a 6’6” player.Where the Colts can beat himGive a lot of attention to him earlyThis may seem self explanatory but the key to slowing down a player like Jones is taking him out of the game early. Not only does that take him out of the play but it eventually deters his motivation and effort for the rest of the game. Although he has clearly cleaned things up a bit since his college days, Jones’ effort and motor on a play to play basis are still a bit inconsistent. To highlight that concern when he was a draft prospect Skai Moore Jersey Stitched , here is what Bleacher Report’s Matt Miller had to say about him in a scouting report:“When looking for on-field issues, Jones can be inconsistent and tended to play down to his competition. He didn’t always meet power with power on the line and gave average effort when the play was away from his side of the line.”To reiterate, Jones has cleaned up this flaw a bit since his college days but it does still rear it’s ugly head on occasion when Jones isn’t making an impact early. The best example of this came in the game against the Patriots as they schemed to put a bunch of bodies on Jones early.Outside of the clip above, Jones was relatively quite all game against the Patriots. That is because they had a lot of focus on him, particularly early in the game. Here, Jones is rushing inside against the center but both guards are watching inside and ready to help. The left guard keeps his hand on Jones to keep him controlled while the right guard hits him at the end of the rep too. This much attention took him completely out of the play.As a result of this constant attention early, Jones began to have more and more reps where he would stop his feet and essentially give up on his rush. Look at this clip here. Jones is the left defensive tackle and once he engages the double team, he completely stops moving his feet. He has the strength to push through double teams like this but he mentally gave up on this play as soon as he saw another double team come his way.Jones is an excellent player who will make his fair share of plays but the game-plan needs to be to get bodies on him early and often to take him out of the game physically and mentally on Saturday.Final ThoughtsChris Jones is an exceptional player for the Chiefs who really broke out this year. His 11 straight games with a sack to end the year is truly impressive and his 15.5 sacks in only 15 games played for a defensive tackle should get way more talk for how impressive it was. The goal for the Colts on Saturday should not be to eliminate Jones from the game— although that would be nice— but rather to limit him. He is an ascending player, he is going to make his fair share of plays. If the Colts can get a lot of bodies on him early in the game however, I like their chances of holding him to a quiet game.Something is obviously going to give on Sunday as the Colts have given up 0 sacks this season when their preferred starting offensive line of Castonzo- Nelson- Kelly- Glowinksi- Smith has played and the Chiefs have three players along their defensive front with 9 or more sacks. The big match-up that everyone will watch though is how Quenton Nelson does against Jones. I like the All-Pro rookie’s chances. The Colts prospect interviews are rolling along as we approach these players’ Pro Days. Today’s player interview is Texas defensive end Charles Omenihu. The Colts are looking for more help to their..."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Colts StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Colts NewsYahoo Colts Team PageYahoo Colts ReportYahoo Colts Depth ChartYahoo Colts TransactionsYahoo Colts PhotosShop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕NFL GeneralColts AnalysisInterviewsColts Prospect Interviews: Texas DL Charles OmenihuNew,19commentsEDTShareTweetShareShareColts Prospect Interviews: Texas DL Charles OmenihuJerome Miron-USA TODAY SportsThe Colts prospect interviews are rolling along as we approach these players’ Pro Days. Today’s player interview is Texas defensive end Charles Omenihu. The Colts are looking for more help to their pass rush and the talented Youth Anthony Walker Jersey , lengthy Omenihu could provide just the boost they need.The interview will be towards the bottom of the page as we talk about his meetings with the Colts, what he looks for on film, and what his best fit is in a 4-3 defense.BackgroundSize:6’5” 280 pounds with 36 inch armsMeasurables: 40 Time: 4.92 / 10-yard split: 1.71 / Vertical Jump: 36.5 inches / Broad Jump: 115 inches / 3-Cone: 7.48 secondsCareer Stats:115 total tackles, 30 tackles for a loss, 16.5 sacks, 1 pass deflection, and 4 forced fumblesFit with the Colts:GM Chris Ballard has put a huge emphasis on finding pass rushers this offseason. One possible solution to that need would be adding lengthy pass rusher Charles Omenihu. At 6’5” with 36 inch arms, Omenihu is a massive human being who can split his time playing at defensive end or defensive tackle. He developed a ton as a pass rusher in his years at Texas, turning in a career year with 9.5 sacks in 2018. For the Colts, he’d solve their immediate need for big run stuffing defensive ends in base packages then he could move inside as a penetrating 3-tech on passing situations. His versatility and length would be a huge asset for the Colts.Film RoomHis length and insane get-off are evident on every snap. Shoots up field with quickness off of the line that allows for him to be stout both against the run and pass.Hand usage is really developed with him. Combine that with his length and relentless pursuit and you have a high upside pass rusher.He was also a standout all week at the Senior Bowl to top it all off.InterviewZH: You really broke out your Senior season at Texas, notching 9.5 sacks and being named Big 12 Defensive Lineman of the Year. What was the key Anthony Walker Jersey Stitched , in your mind, to finally breaking out?CO: I think it was my preparation. I think it was an understanding of what I’m good at and trying to perfect it and yeah I think those things are what really helped me out.ZH: After an impressive career with the Longhorns, you were invited to the Senior Bowl. How was that experience for you both on and off the field?CO: It was good. I really enjoyed it. The experience I really enjoyed and the competition atmosphere. I think it was something that I really thrived in and I think I did very well. I’m glad that I was able to go there, do well, and just help myself and really raise my stock.ZH: After the Senior Bowl, you also received an invite to the Combine. How different were those two events for you?CO: I had my invite to the combine right after the Georgia game so I had that in my mind and I was ready to prepare for that very early. It was good though man. The combine was a good experience and something that was a once in a lifetime kind of deal and I think I did well. I really think I just helped myself honestly.ZH: Over the course of those two events, you met with the Colts reportedly three times. How did those meetings go?CO: Yeah man the meetings with the Colts have been good. I had an interview with a guy from their front office at the Senior Bowl and then I had another meeting with them at the Combine. It has been good though, it has been everything that I thought and I mean I guess the Colts are interested and I’m just blessed for those kinds of opportunities. ZH: Jumping to your on field play, you are a versatile guy. You can play inside at DT or on the end even. Where would you say that you fit best in a 4-3 defense?CO: Oh defensive end. I’m versatile though and I can play either or and I think naturally just because it comes to me that I can rush inside if needed. I do think I’m just a versatile player who could do well at both.ZH: A big thing that I always hear with pass rushers is having a pass rush plan. What all goes into having that plan though?CO: A lot of studying before the game to be prepared. That’s the big thing, you got to have a plan before you even step on the field or else you’ve already lost one step on the competition if you really don’t have that plan going in and know how you are going to attack that offensive player. ZH: The biggest things that pop on your tape are your get off and length. How do you use those two traits to effectively beat offensive tackles?CO: So get-off is the start off you know. That puts pressure on guys and kind of gets offensive lineman ailing and then when you combine that with a stab right there, it is a shock to them and they don’t know how to handle that and that makes it kind of easier I think. If they are going to give me their hands then you chop it you know Youth Kenny Moore Jersey , club it down and you are rolling, you are after the quarterback.ZH: What is your go-to pass rush move?CO: Stab club. I think that is my thing. I mean its the one move that I try to perfect and it is something that I just generally just like to use. It works so why go away from it, you feel me?ZH: Film study is important for every position in football. What do you watch specifically though as a defensive lineman on film?CO: When I’m watching opposing offensive lineman, I’m really just looking for how they are set, their angles, their hands (like when they shoot their hands), their timing.. So I’m really into that and I really study that deeply in order to just be one step ahead. If you can go into the game one step ahead of your opponent, you’ve won 50-75% of the battle already in my opinion. ZH: Last two questions here are going to be Colts centered. First one is that the Colts need a premier pass rusher. A guy who can get after the QB on every down and really disrupt plays. Can you be that guy for the team?CO: Yes. I think me having that role... I already take so much pride in my studies and my craft but knowing that a team could prop me up and trust me enough to say “Hey you are the guy that we want to go after that quarterback and want to see go get those sacks”, I mean it would be a disservice to myself honestly if I don’t pin my ears back and do that and disrupt the passer from day one.ZH: Lastly, how great would it be to play on a defense that features excellent young players such as Darius Leonard and Malik Hooker? CO: It would be very exciting man. It would be an honor to play alongside those guys and we would just be wreaking havoc. We’d be out there looking to go get it and make some big plays so I would definitely be all for it.

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