EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J.. — The Indianapolis Colts dropped to 1-5 on the season after falling to the New York Jets, 42-34, on Sunday afternoon at MetLife Stadium.
Here's a list of stats and notes from the matchup, courtesy of Colts Communications:
• The Colts offense finished the day with 428 total yards of offense (127 rushing, 301 passing).
• It is the first time since 2014 (9/21-10/5) the team has recorded 400 yards or more in three straight games.
• Andrew Luck finished the day going 23-of-43 for 301 yards four touchdowns and three interceptions. He also added seven yards rushing.
• Luck has now thrown at least one touchdown pass in 29 consecutive games. It is the longest active streak in the NFL and he now sits 11th all-time in NFL history.
• With his 17th completion on the day, Luck hit 1,750 completions in his career.
• On his second rush of the game, he passed 1,500 rushing yards in his career.
• With 23 completions on the day Luck now has the most completions through the first six weeks of a season in NFL history at 186. He also has the most pass attempts (288) through the first six weeks surpassing Drew Bledsoe's 284 in 1994.
• His 16 passing touchdowns through the first six games is third-most in team history and the most since Luck's 17 in 2014.
• Marlon Mack had a 25-yard rush for the longest run by a running back this season. He finished the day with a career-high 12 rushes for 89 yards. It is the most rushing yards in a game by a Colt this season.
• Robert Turbin added 10 yards on four rushes before leaving the game with an injury.
• Nyheim Hines totaled 35 yards (21 receiving, 14 rushing).
• In the first quarter, Marcus Johnson caught the first touchdown of his career on a 34-yard pass from Luck. He finished with a career-high 52 yards on two receptions.
• Eric Ebron brought in his sixth touchdown of the season to set a career-high in touchdowns in a season. He finished the day leading the team in receiving with 71 yards on four receptions.
• Ebron became the ninth tight end in league history to have at least 300 yards and six touchdowns through the first six weeks of a season.
• With Ebron's touchdown, it marks the eighth time in team history a player has had at least six receiving touchdowns in the team's first six games, the first since Austin Collie in 2010.
• Zach Pascal led the team in receptions with five and had 35 yards receiving.
• Chester Rogers caught his first touchdown of the season and second of his career late in the fourth quarter to bring the game within one score. Rogers finished second on the team in receiving with 55 yards.
• Eric Swoope caught his second touchdown in as many games to bring his career total to three.
• The Colts defense finished the game forcing two turnovers, 2.0 sacks and 6.0 tackles for loss.
• The Colts defense has now forced at least one turnover in every game this season and two turnovers in four games.
• Jabaal Sheard finished the game with three tackles, 1.0 sack, one quarterback hurry, and 1.0 tackle for loss.
• Jihad Ward recorded two tackles, 1.0 sack, one quarterback hurry and 1.0 tackle for loss.
• Darius Leonard was tied for the team lead in tackles with nine (five solo) and he added a forced fumble.
• Since 1994 only three players (P. Angerer 72, D. Jackson 71, D. Thornton 68) in Colts history have had more tackles in the team's first six games than Leonard (63).
• Anthony Walker made six tackles (four solo), 1.0 tackle for loss and had one pass defensed.
• Pierre Desir finished the day tied for the team lead in tackles with nine (eight solo). He also had one forced fumble.
• After signing with the team this week Mike Mitchell made the start at safety and finished the day with six tackles (three solo).
• Malik Hooker made the fourth interception of his career and his first this season in the first quarter. He also added one tackle on the day.
• Adam Vinatieri was perfect on the day going two-for-two on field goals (21, 31) and four-for-four on PATs to tally 10 points.
• With his second PAT of the day, Vinatieri passed Gary Anderson (820) for third-most made PATs in NFL history.
• Vinatieri is now 10 points away from breaking Morten Andersen's record for the most points scored in NFL history.