INDIANAPOLIS -- Running back Marlon Mack showed off his elusiveness during a touchdown run on the Colts' second offensive series against Jacksonville on Sunday. Mack started his run up the middle, where it looked like he was going to be stopped for a minimal gain, before he went video game style by spinning off Jaguars cornerback Tre Herndon.
Former Colts linebacker Najee Goode had what appeared to be a clear shot at Mack after he spun off Herndon. Nope. Mack hit the spin button again, spinning to the right and racing into the end zone just inside of the pylon for the 13-yard touchdown.
In the second half, Colts quarterback Jacoby Brissett showed that Mack isn't the only one who can make things happen with his feet. The Colts, after failing to get a touchdown on a Quenton Nelson run from Jacksonville's 1-yard line, didn't have Mack (hand injury) in the game to turn to, so Brissett made his own elusive move. Brissett looked left first and stepped up in the pocket before having to retreat back some to avoid a charging Calais Campbell.