Much has changed with the Indianapolis Colts since the release of Peyton Manning, but the pass rush of Dwight Freeney and Robert Mathis remains the same. On Sunday, the two do what they do best, which is harass, hit, and hurry the quarterback all day long. For the Miami Dolphins, and left tackle Jack Long in particular, the constant pressure proved to be too much.
Long, who has been selected to the last four Pro Bowls, was consistently beaten throughout the entire game. While he only gave up 1 sack, he was repeatedly pushed back into Ryan Tannehill’s face and the young quarterback was clearly affected by the constant duress. Play after play, Long was either bull-rushed back, beaten on the outside, or slipped on the inside, leading to hurried passes, and a disrupted offense..http://bit.ly/SSs6Z8