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The 2019 Colts are 3-1 in games where the offense fails to generate 20 points.

2018 Colts:  0-2

2017 Colts:  0-10

2016 Colts:  0-3

2015 Colts:  2-4

2014 Colts:  1-1

2013 Colts:  0-3

2012 Colts:  2-3

2011 Colts: 1-10

2010 Colts: 1-1

The 2009 Colts were 3-0 in such games until the last two weeks when they rested their starters.

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The Colts are #10 in the NFL in rushing yards per game and time of possession.

 

25% of the colts' rushes result in a first down.  That's #6 in the league.

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This one might surprise a lot of people:  The Colts have given up the 6th-fewest sacks in the league.  They've thrown the 13th-fewest passes in the league.  They give up a sack once every 17.8 dropbacks which 8th-best in the league.

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1 hour ago, DalTXColtsFan said:

Here's another worthless stat:

 

The Colts defense has been on the field for the seventh-fewest plays per game in the league.

That's what happens when you run the ball well even as teams sell out to stop the run. 

 

Not sure we'll stay there though. 5 of the 7 Os we play to end the season are in the top half of the league in total yards. Also 3 teams are in the top 5 Ds vs the run (TB1, Hou3, NO5)

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