We all saw Quenton Nelson’s awesome celebration on Sunday when he gathered his fellow offensive linemen for a keg stand touchdown celebration. The touchdown ultimately didn’t count (he was short of the goal line) but the celebration went viral.
Quenton Nelson and the Colts really broke out the keg stand 😂
— ESPN (@espn) November 17, 2019
But the thing not getting much attention is how well Nelson played on Sunday.
Here’s the first clip:
Myles Jack blitzes from the right side, Nelson picks it up from his left guard position, goes around the center and gets Jack out of the way. Not only did Nelson read and pick up the blitz, he hit Myles Jack at the 7 and knocked him all the way back to the goal line. It’s unreal. Watch for yourself below.
Unreal block & mental processing from Quenton Nelson to read this LB blitz and work back across the formation to pick it up. pic.twitter.com/3PeQIZV1jh
— Brandon Thorn (@BrandonThornNFL) November 19, 2019
Here’s the second clip:
Zach Hicks of SBNation put together a clip of all his pancakes from Sunday’s game against Jacksonville.
Quenton Nelson was an absolute animal on Sunday. One of the best run blocking performances that I've ever seen from an Offensive Lineman. Here is a video of all his pancakes for you all to thoroughly enjoy. pic.twitter.com/zoBtNwdbKW
— Zach Hicks (@ZachHicks2) November 19, 2019
Nelson was a first-team All Pro in his rookie season and he continues to dominate in his second year.
Watching offensive line clips is not something the average fan does but you have to admit…. watching Nelson work is quite impressive.
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