Pep Hamilton says Donald Brown will continue to play ‘major role’ in Colts offense

Sep 15, 2013; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Indianapolis Colts running back Donald Brown (31) runs the ball during the second quarter against the Miami Dolphins at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

This Sunday the Indianapolis Colts will possibly face one of their toughest opponents all season as they take on the Seattle Seahawks and their stingy defense.

Both teams have allowed around 108 yards rushing per game while averaging around 150 yards a game.

With Marshawn Lynch carrying the work load out of the backfield for the Seattle Seahawks, the Indianapolis Colts are looking to deliver a one-two and possibly three punch with Trent Richardson, Ahmad Bradshaw (when healthy) and Donald Brown.

That’s a very talented trio that could take this team a long way. Now according to Kevin Bowen on Twitter, offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton spoke out about Donald Brown saying:

 

Right now Brown has 120 rushing yards on 13 carries and 11 yards on just two receptions with zero touchdowns in each category. With Ahmad Bradshaw dealing with a neck injury and possibly out for the season,

Brown is going to have the chance to step it up behind Richardson and help this offense run all over defenses. He only picked up five carries on 13 snaps in that blow out victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Topics: Donald Brown, Indianapolis Colts

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