The 2009 Indianapolis Colts Are Already Better Than Last Year

Posted: 12th October 2009 by Justin Javan in NFL
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The Colts are 5-0, sit atop the A.F.C. South, have the fourth-ranked offense in the league, and the eighth-ranked defense. When we dig a little deeper, we find that the Colts have the No. 1 passing attack in the NFL, and are 29th running the ball. The rushing offense is already an improvement over last year, whenátheyáwere ranked 31st in the league. Also, you donÆt end up with a top five offense if your offensive line hasnÆt improved. On defense, the Colts are eighth against the pass and 15th against the run. Another incredible stat is the Colts defenseáis tied for second in points allowed per game. So far, on average, they are only giving up 14.2 pts./game.á Another important stat is the number of third downs the defense is allowing opposing teams to convert. The Colts are currently ...

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