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Coltzilla says the D is fixable

The route jumping, on the other hand, was provided by a trio of Colts players:  Lacey, Powers, and the previously mentioned Bullitt, who had a particularly tough game.   Lacey’s aggressiveness offered mixed returns as he was able to intercept a Kyle Orton pass early in the game and return it deep into Broncos territory.  After that, however, both he and Powers were guilty of going for the ball instead of playing the receiver, allowing the Broncos player to not only make the catch, but convert multiple third downs.  Bullitt’s coverage mishap was the most costly.  Bullitt was in a deep zone coverage, but bit on an underneath route, which allowed wide receiver Brandon Lloyd to slip behind the Indianapolis defense and catch a beautiful throw from Orton.

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