Where Do The Colts Rank? Week 2 (2019)

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INDIANAPOLIS — Here’s your weekly look at where the standout Indianapolis Colts units and individual players rank among their AFC and NFL peers heading into Week 3 of the 2019 season:

Colts Team

— Tied for first in the NFL in fewest penalties committed (11)

— First in the NFL in fewest yards penalized (75)

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Colts Offense

— Tied for second in the NFL and second in the AFC in rushing yards (370)

— Tied for second in the NFL in rushing yards per game (185.0)

— Sixth in the NFL in rushing yards per play (5.52)

— Eighth in the NFL in third-down conversion percentage (51.85)

— Tied for first in the NFL in fourth-down conversion percentage (100)

— Tied for third in the NFL in red zone percentage (83.33)

— Tied for first in the NFL in goal-to-go percentage (100)

— First in the NFL in runs of 50-plus yards (2)

— Tied for second in the NFL in runs of 20-plus yards (3)

— Tied for first in the NFL in highest 3rd-and-10-plus conversion percentage (50)

— Tied for first in the NFL in 3rd-and-short (less than four yards) conversion percentage (100)

Quarterback Jacoby Brissett

— 10th in the NFL and sixth in the AFC in completion percentage (69.1)

— Fourth in the NFL and tied for third in the AFC in passing touchdowns (5)

— Third in the NFL and tied for second in the AFC in touchdown percentage (9.1)

— 10th in the NFL and tied for sixth in the AFC in fewest interceptions (1)

— Ninth in the NFL and sixth in the AFC in passer rating (107.8)

— Ninth in the NFL and fourth in the AFC in fourth-quarter passer rating (122.0)

— Tied for first in the NFL in third-and-one rushing conversion percentage (100)

Running back Marlon Mack

— Third in the NFL and first in the AFC in rushing (225 yards)

— Tied for first in the NFL in third-and-one rushing conversion percentage (100)

— Eighth in the NFL and fifth in the AFC in yards from scrimmage (237)

— First in the NFL in first downs (16)

— Most rushing yards in an NFL game this season (174; Week 1 vs. Chargers)

— Most rushing attempts in an NFL game this season (25; Week 1 vs. Chargers)

— Longest run in the AFC in a game this season (63 yards; Week 1 vs. Chargers)

Running back Nyheim Hines

— Tied for first in the NFL in third-and-one rushing conversion percentage (100)

Wide receiver T.Y. Hilton

— Tied for first in the NFL in receiving touchdowns (3)

— Tied for second in the NFL in total touchdowns (3)

— Eighth in the NFL and tied for seventh in the AFC in third-down receptions (5)

— Tied for second in the NFL in scoring by non-kickers (18)

— 11th in the NFL in consecutive games with a reception among active players (64)

Tight end Jack Doyle

— Ninth in the NFL in highest catch percentage since 2013 among active players (76.9)

Tight end Eric Ebron

— Fifth in the NFL in consecutive games played among active tight ends (43)

— First in the NFL in most touchdowns among tight ends since 2018 (15)

— Tied for fifth in the NFL in most touchdowns among all players since 2018 (15)

— Second in the NFL in receiving touchdowns since 2018 (14)

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Colts Defense

— Tied for second in the NFL in sacks (8.0)

— Tied for 10th in the NFL in tackles for loss (10.0)

— 10th in the NFL in passing yards allowed per game (214.5)

— Third in the NFL in pass attempts per sack (12.9)

— Tied for first in the NFL in fourth-down conversion percentage allowed (0)

— Second in the NFL in most active consecutive games not allowing a 100-yard rusher (20)

— Tied for 8th in the NFL in highest defensive three-and-out percentage (25.0)

Safety Malik Hooker

— Tied for sixth in the NFL and tied for fourth in the AFC in interceptions (1)

Defensive tackle/end Denico Autry

— Tied for seventh in the NFL and tied for fourth in the AFC in sacks (2.5)

Safety George Odum

— Tied for first in the NFL in fumble recoveries (1)

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Colts Special Teams

Punter Rigoberto Sanchez

— Tied for ninth in the NFL and fourth in the AFC in touchbacks on kickoffs (8)

Wide receiver Chester Rogers

— Seventh in the NFL and third in the AFC in punt return average (9.4)

Wide receiver Parris Campbell

— 10th in the NFL and seventh in the AFC in kickoff return average (20.5)

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