The Indianapolis Colts secondary has been an area of weakness this season, particularly at cornerback. Nate Hairston and Quincy Wilson have struggled in their sophomore seasons. The team has rotated the bottom of the depth chart with guys such as Lenzy Pipkins, Arthur Maulet, and Chris Milton. Each of these players has done little this year as well.
The two standouts have been Pierre Desir— a player who has bounced around the league a few times— and Kenny Moore II. Moore’s development into the team’s top corner has been an interesting story to follow.
Moore had a very strong off-season that left an impression on the coaching staff, and that has clearly translated to the regular season. The former UDFA has tallied 33 tackles, 2 interceptions, and 4 pass deflections. Through just seven games, his numbers have all nearly exceeded his production in 2017.


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