2019 Indianapolis Colts Milestones To Watch

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INDIANAPOLIS — With the 2019 regular season right around the corner, what are some milestones for the Indianapolis Colts and their players to keep an eye on?

Thanks to the Colts Communications staff, here’s a comprehensive list to check off as the season gets rolling:

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·      With six regular season wins, the team will reach 300 career regular season wins in the Indianapolis era. Entering the 2019 season, the Colts are 294-265-0 in the regular season since moving to Indianapolis in 1984.

·      The Colts are tied for the eighth-best home field advantage record (57-31-0) since 2008 when Lucas Oil Stadium was opened.

Tackle Anthony Castonzo

·      With nine games played, he will reach 125 career games played.

·      With nine games started, he will reach 125 career games started.

Tight End Jack Doyle

·      With 61 receptions, he will tie Ken Dilger (261) for the fourth-most receptions by a tight end in team history.

·      With 62 receptions, he will pass Ken Dilger (261) for the fourth-most receptions by a tight end in team history.

·      With 63 receptions, he will tie Marcus Pollard (263) for the third-most receptions by a tight end in team history.

·      With 64 receptions, he will pass Marcus Pollard (263) for the third-most receptions by a tight end in team history.

·      With 58 receiving yards, he will tie Tom Mitchell (1,786) for the seventh-most receiving yards by a tight end in team history.

·      With 59 receiving yards, he will pass Tom Mitchell (1,786) for the seventh-most receiving yards by a tight end in team history.

·      With 272 receiving yards, he will reach 2,000 career receiving yards.

·      With 394 receiving yards, he will tie Raymond Chester (2,122) for the sixth-most receiving yards by a tight end in team history.

·      With 395 receiving yards, he will pass Raymond Chester (2,122) for the sixth-most receiving yards by a tight end in team history.

·      With 426 receiving yards, he will tie Coby Fleener (2,154) for the fifth-most receiving yards by a tight end in team history.

·      With 427 receiving yards, he will pass Coby Fleener (2,154) for the fifth-most receiving yards by a tight end in team history.

·      With eight games started, he will reach 50 career games started.

·      With 16 games played, he will reach 100 career games played.

·      With three receiving touchdowns, he will tie Coby Fleener (17) for the seventh-most receiving touchdowns by a tight end in team history.

·      With four receiving touchdowns, he will pass Coby Fleener (17) and tie Ken Dilger (18) for the sixth-most receiving touchdowns by a tight end in team history.

·      With five receiving touchdowns, he will pass Ken Dilger (18) and tie Tom Mitchell (19) and Dwayne Allen (19) for the fourth-most receiving touchdowns by a tight end in team history.

·      With six receiving touchdowns, he will pass Tom Mitchell (19) and Dwayne Allen (19) for the fourth-most receiving touchdowns by a tight end in team history.

·      With 16 first down receptions, he will tie Coby Fleener (109) for the fourth-most first down receptions by a tight end in team history.

·      With 17 first down receptions, he will pass Coby Fleener (109) for the fourth-most first down receptions by a tight end in team history.

Tight End Eric Ebron

·      With three games played, he will reach 75 career games played.

·      With five games started, he will reach 50 career games started.

·      With 180 receiving yards, he will reach 3,000 career receiving yards.

·      With 187 scrimmage yards, he will reach 3,000 career scrimmage yards.

·      With four touchdowns from scrimmage, he will reach 30 career touchdowns from scrimmage.

·      With one receiving touchdown, he will tie Jack Doyle (14) for the eight-most receiving touchdowns by a tight end in team history.

·      With two receiving touchdowns, he will pass Jack Doyle (14) for the eight-most receiving touchdowns by a tight end in team history.

·      With four receiving touchdowns, he will tie Coby Fleener (17) for the seventh-most receiving touchdowns by a tight end in team history.

·      With five receiving touchdowns, he will pass Coby Fleener (17) and tie Ken Dilger (18) for the sixth-most receiving touchdowns by a tight end in team history.

·      With six receiving touchdowns, he will pass Ken Dilger (18) and tied Tom Mitchell (19) and Dwayne Allen (19) for the fourth-most receiving touchdowns by a tight end in team history. He would also reach 30 career receiving touchdowns.

·      With seven receiving touchdowns, he will pass Tom Mitchell (19) and Dwayne Allen (19) for the fourth-most receiving touchdowns by a tight end in team history.

Wide Receiver T.Y. Hilton

·      With 43 receptions, he will reach 550 career receptions.

·      With 848 scrimmage yards, he will reach 9,000 career scrimmage yards.

·      With 903 receiving yards, he will reach 9,000 career receiving yards.

·      With 124 receptions, he will tie Raymond Berry (631) for the third-most receptions in team history.

·      With 125 receptions, he will pass Raymond Berry (631) for the third-most receptions in team history.

·      With 1,178 receiving yards, he will tie Raymond Berry for the third-most receiving yards in team history.

·      With 1,179 receiving yards, he will pass Raymond Berry for the third-most receiving yards in team history.

·      With one receiving touchdown, he will pass Jim Mutscheller (40) for the seventh-most receiving touchdowns in team history.

·      With six receiving touchdowns, he will tie Dallas Clark (46) for the sixth-most receiving touchdowns in team history.

·      With seven receiving touchdowns, he will pass Dallas Clark (46) for the sixth-most receiving touchdowns in team history.

·      With eight receiving touchdowns, he will tie Lenny Moore (48) for the fifth-most receiving touchdowns in team history.

·      With nine receiving touchdowns, he will pass Lenny Moore (48) for the fifth-most receiving touchdowns in team history.

·      With 10 receiving touchdowns, he will tie Jimmy Orr (50) for the fourth-most receiving touchdowns in team history.

·      With 11 receiving touchdowns, he will pass Jimmy Orr (50) for the fourth-most receiving touchdowns in team history.

·      With 17 receptions of 25+ yards, he will tie Reggie Wayne (111) for the second-most receptions of 25+ yards in team history.

·      With 18 receptions of 25+ yards, he will pass Reggie Wayne (111) for the second-most receptions of 25+ yards in team history.

·      With one game with 10+ receptions, he will pass Don McCauley, Lydell Mitchell, Joe Washington, Anthony Johnson and Dallas Clark, all with three, for the third-most games with 10+ receptions in team history.

·      With 13 games started, he will reach 100 career games started.

Running Back Nyheim Hines

·      With 15 rushing attempts, he will reach 100 career rushing attempts.

·      With 37 receptions, he will reach 100 career receptions.

·      With 261 scrimmage yards, he will reach 1,000 career scrimmage yards.

·      With 63 receptions, he will pass Edgerrin James (125) for the most receptions by a Colts running back in their first two seasons in the NFL.

·      With 75 receptions, he will pass Marvin Harrison (137) for the most receptions by a Colts player in their first two seasons in the NFL. Entering the 2019 season, Hines ranks 18th in team history in this category.

Linebacker Darius Leonard

·      With 37 tackles, he will reach 200 career tackles.

·      Since 2000, only two players (Luke Kuechly – 202 and Patrick Willis – 202) have registered 200 career tackles in their first 20 games in the NFL.

·      With 127 tackles, he will pass Jerrell Freeman (289) for the most tackles in a player’s first two seasons in Colts history.

·      With 158 tackles, he will pass Luke Kuechly (320) for the most tackles in a player’s first two seasons in NFL history.

Quarterback Andrew Luck

·      With 14 games played, he will reach 100 career games played.

·      With 14 starts, he will reach 100 career games started.

·      With 210 passing attempts, he will reach 3,500 career passing attempts.

·      With 329 passing yards, he will reach 24,000 career passing yards.

·      With 1,329 passing yards, he will reach 25,000 career passing yards.

·      With four passing touchdowns, he will reach 175 career passing touchdowns.

·      With 29 passing touchdowns, he will reach 200 career passing touchdowns.

·      With 21 completions of 25+ yards, he will reach 200 career completions of 25+ yards.

·      With 187 rushing yards, he will tie John Unitas (1,777) for the most rushing yards by a quarterback in team history.

·      With 188 rushing yards, he will pass John Unitas (1,777) for the most rushing yards by a quarterback in team history.

·      With one rushing touchdown, he will pass Bert Jones (14) for the second-most in Colts history for a quarterback.

·      With three rushing touchdowns, he will tie Peyton Manning (17) for the most in Colts history for a quarterback.

·      With four rushing touchdowns, he will pass Peyton Manning (17) for the most in Colts history for a quarterback.

Running Back Marlon Mack

·      With 234 rushing yards, he will reach 1,500 career rushing yards.

·      With 406 scrimmage yards, he will reach 2,000 career scrimmage yards.

·      With 734 rushing yards, he will reach 2,000 career rushing yards.

·      With one 100-yard rushing performance, he will tie Dominic Rhodes (five) for the 10th-most such games in Colts history.

·      With two 100-yard rushing performances, he will tie Curtis Dickey, Randy McMillan and Lenny Moore (six) for the seventh-most such games in Colts history.

·      With three 100-yard rushing performances, he will tie Alan Ameche (seven) for the sixth-most such games in Colts history.

·      With four 100-yard rushing performances, he will tie Joseph Addai (eight) for the fifth-most such games in Colts history.

Kicker Adam Vinatieri

·      With 10 field goal attempts, he will reach 700 career field goal attempts. He would become just the second player in NFL history to reach that plateau, joining Morten Andersen (709).

·      With 18 field goals made, he will reach 600 career field goals made. He would become the first player in NFL history to reach that plateau.

·      With 19 field goal attempts, he will tie Morten Andersen (709) for the most career field goal attempts in NFL history.

·      With 20 field goal attempts, he will pass Morten Andersen (709) for the most career field goal attempts in NFL history.

·      With eight converted field goals from 30-39 yards, he will tie Gary Anderson (181) for the second-most made field goals from that distance in NFL history.

·      With nine converted field goals from 30-39 yards, he will pass Gary Anderson (181) for the second-most made field goals from that distance in NFL history.

·      With three converted field goals from 50+ yards, he will tie Matt Prater (46) for the third-most made field goals from that distance in NFL history.

·      With four converted field goals from 50+ yards, he will pass Matt Prater (46) for the third-most made field goals from that distance in NFL history.

·      With one game played he will pass Gary Anderson (353) for the second-most games played in NFL history.

·      With four games played, he will tie Rohn Stark and Jeff Saturday (197) for the fifth-most games played in Colts history.

·      With five games played, he will pass Rohn Stark and Jeff Saturday (197) and tie Eugene Daniel (198) for the fourth-most games played in Colts history.

·      With 13 games played, he will tie John Unitas (206) for the third-most games played in Colts history.

·      With 14 games played, he will pass John Unitas (206) for the third-most games played in Colts history.

·      With 15 games played, he will tie Peyton Manning (208) for the second-most games played in Colts history.

·      With 16 games played, he will pass Peyton Manning (208) for the second-most games played in Colts history.

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