Whenever something good happens on Colts’ Special Teams, especially the coverage units, Sergio Brown is nearly always there. The NFL doesn’t keep official stats for who downs the most punts inside the 20 yard line (He had two inside the 5 on Sunday), or Brown’s athletic endzone leaps to bat the ball back into play for another player to down it near the goal line.
They don’t track the times he beats his man and draws a block in the back or blows up the last blocker so Mario Harvey, Josh Gordy, or another teammate can make a play on the returner. What they do choose to track looks like this: 9 tackles, 1 fumble recovery, one blocked field goal, one punt return after a muff (I can’t believe that’s the term) by Chris Rainey. Such is the NFL life of a Special Teams star.no comments no comments