Where Do The Colts Rank? Week 11 (2019)

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 12 of the 2019 season.

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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 12 of the 2019 season:

Colts Team

— Second in the NFL in fewest penalties committed (56)

— Third in the NFL in fewest penalty yards (481)

— Second in the NFL in opening coin tosses won (8)

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Colts Offense

— Fourth in the NFL and second in the AFC in rushing yards (141.1 per game)

— 10th in the NFL in rushing yards per play (4.55)

— Seventh in the NFL in first downs per game (22.5)

— Seventh in the NFL in fourth-down conversion percentage (66.67)

— Tied for first in the NFL in fourth downs converted (10)

— Fifth in the NFL in 3rd-and-10-plus conversion rate (26.3)

— Fifth in the NFL in 3rd-and-short [less than four yards] conversion rate (70.0)

— Eighth in the NFL in red zone touchdown scoring percentage (63.16)

— Tied for fourth in the NFL in red zone touchdowns (24)

— Sixth in the NFL in average time of possession (31:09)

— Tied for ninth in the NFL in fewest sacks allowed (20)

— Tied for third in the NFL in touchdowns off 10-play drives (11)

— Tied for sixth in the NFL in 10-play drives (20)

— Third in the NFL in average number of plays on scoring drives (8.95)

— Tied for second in the NFL in players recording three or more receiving touchdowns (4)

Quarterback Jacoby Brissett

— Sixth in the AFC in completion percentage (64.6)

— Tied for fourth in the AFC in touchdown passes (15)

— Sixth in the NFL and third in the AFC in touchdown percentage (5.8)

— Tied for eighth in the NFL and tied for third in the AFC in fewest interceptions (4)

— Fifth in the AFC in interception percentage (1.5)

— Fifth in the AFC in passer rating (97.5)

— Seventh in the AFC in third-down passer rating (90.6)

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

— Tied for second in the NFL in red zone passing touchdowns (14)

— Tied for fourth in the NFL in passing touchdowns within the 10-yard line (10)

— Sixth in the NFL among qualified players in PFF undesigned QB scrambles (22)

— Eighth in the NFL among qualified players in PFF adjusted completion percentage (77.4)

— Fourth in the NFL among qualified players in PFF play action completion percentage difference (9.6)

— Sixth in the AFC in percentage of first downs per passing attempt (35.0)

Running back Marlon Mack

— Fifth in the NFL and third in the AFC in rushing yards (862)

— Sixth in the NFL and second in the AFC in carries (192)

— Sixth in the AFC in yards from scrimmage (938)

— Tied for seventh in the NFL and tied for second in the AFC in first downs (53)

— Second in the NFL in rushing first downs (52)

— Seventh in the NFL and fifth in the AFC in first down rushing percentage (27.1)

— Tied for fifth in the NFL in 10-plus-yard runs (23)

— Sixth in the NFL among qualified running backs in PFF offensive grade (73.1)

— Sixth in the NFL among qualified running backs in PFF rushing grade (77.0)

— First in the NFL among qualified running backs in PFF fumbling grade (90.7)

— Tied for first in the NFL in fewest fumbles among running backs (0)

— Tied for firs tin the NFL in fewest penalties among running backs (0)

Running back Nyheim Hines

— Eighth among qualified NFL running backs in Pro Football Focus receiving grade (75.2)

— Ninth among qualified NFL running backs in yards per reception (8.2)

— Tied for 10th among qualified NFL running backs in yards after catch per reception (7.9)

Running back Jordan Wilkins

— Sixth in the NFL and second among running backs in rushing average [minimum 20 rushing attempts] (6.1)

Wide receiver T.Y. Hilton

— 12th in the NFL in consecutive active games with a reception (68)

— Tied for fourth in the NFL in red zone receiving touchdowns (5)

— Tied for second in the NFL in receiving touchdowns within the 10-yard line (4)

— Tied for first in the NFL in receptions within the 10-yard line (5)

Wide receiver Zach Pascal

— Ninth in the AFC in yards per reception (15.83)

— Third in the NFL among qualified players in PFF slot percentage of targets caught (90.9)

— Tied for first in the NFL in safeties forced (1)

Tight end Jack Doyle

— 11th in the NFL in catch percentage among active players with at least 200 receptions since 2013 (76.4)

— Sixth in the AFC in percentage of first downs per passing target (47.4)

Tight end Eric Ebron

— First in the NFL in touchdowns among tight ends since 2018 (17)

— Tied for 10th in the NFL in touchdowns among all players since 2018 (17)

— Tied for second in the NFL in receiving touchdowns among all players since 2018 (16)

— Fourth in the NFL in consecutive regular season games played among active tight ends (51)

Tackle Anthony Castonzo

— Tied for seventh in the NFL among qualified offensive linemen in fewest penalties committed (1)

— 10th in the NFL among qualified offensive linemen and fifth among tackles in PFF pass blocking grade (82.4)

— 10th in the NFL among qualified offensive linemen and seventh among tackles in PFF run blocking grade (73.5)

— Tied for eighth among qualified NFL tackles in fewest quarterback hits allowed (2)

— Tied for seventh in the NFL among qualified offensive linemen and first among tackles in fewest penalties committed (1)

Guard Quenton Nelson

— Second in the NFL among qualified offensive linemen and second among guards in PFF offensive grade (90.8)

— Seventh in the NFL among qualified guards in PFF pass blocking grade (79.3)

— Third in the NFL among qualified offensive linemen and second among guards in PFF run blocking grade (90.2)

— Tied for first in the NFL in fewest sacks allowed (0)

— Tied for eighth in the NFL among qualified offensive linemen and tied for third among guards in fewest quarterback hits allowed (1)

— 10th in the NFL among qualified guards in fewest pressures allowed (15)

— Tied for seventh in the NFL among qualified offensive linemen and fourth among guards in fewest penalties committed (1)

Center Ryan Kelly

— Fourth in the NFL among qualified centers in PFF offensive grade (69.5)

— Fourth in the NFL among qualified centers in PFF run blocking grade (69.5)

— Sixth in the NFL among qualified centers in fewest sacks allowed (1)

— Tied for 10th in the NFL among qualified centers in fewest hurries allowed (10)

Tackle Braden Smith

— Seventh in the NFL among qualified offensive linemen and fifth among tackles in PFF run blocking grade (79.2)

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Colts Defense

— Fifth in the AFC in total defense (325.6 yards allowed per game)

— Ninth in the NFL and third in the AFC in rush defense (96.8 yards allowed per game)

— Ninth in the NFL in first downs per game allowed (19.4)

— Tied for seventh in the NFL in fourth-down conversion percentage allowed (36.36)

— 10th in the NFL in red zone touchdown scoring percentage allowed (51.72)

— Second in the NFL in goal-to-go touchdown scoring percentage allowed (52.63)

— Second in the NFL in active consecutive games not allowing a 100-yard rusher (28)

Defensive tackle Grover Stewart

— Tied for fourth in the NFL among qualified interior defensive linemen in fewest missed tackles (1)

Defensive tackle/end Denico Autry

— Tied for seventh in the NFL among qualified interior defensive linemen in quarterback hits (6)

— Tied for ninth in the NFL among all qualified players and fifth in among interior defensive linemen in batted passes (2)

Defensive end Justin Houston

— Tied for fourth in the AFC in sacks (8.0)

— Tied for seventh in the AFC in fumble recoveries (2)

— Tied for eighth in the NFL and tied for fourth in the AFC in defensive fumble recoveries (2)

— Tied for second in multi-sack games since 2011 (19)

— First in the NFL in consecutive active games with at least 1.0 sack (6)

— Tied for sixth in the NFL among qualified edge defenders in PFF overall defensive grade (88.8)

— Eighth in the NFL among qualified edge defenders in PFF pass rushing grade (88.8)

— Tied for third in the NFL among qualified edge defenders in fewest missed tackles (2)

— Eighth in the NFL among qualified edge defenders in PFF tackling efficiency (11.5

Defensive end Ben Banogu

— Tied for sixth among NFL rookies in forced fumbles (1)

Linebacker Darius Leonard

— Third in the NFL in total tackles since 2018 (228)

— Tied for second in the NFL in 10-tackle games since 2018 (11)

— Tied for ninth in the NFL among qualified players and tied for second among linebackers in batted passes (2)

— Tied for seventh in the NFL among qualified linebackers in PFF pass rush grade (76.5)

— Tied for second in the NFL among qualified linebackers in sacks created (3)

— Tied for fifth in the NFL among qualified linebackers in fewest missed tackles (4)

— Ninth in the NFL among qualified linebackers in PFF tackling efficiency (16.0)

Linebacker Anthony Walker

— Tied for sixth in the NFL in most single-game tackles in 2019 (15; Week 3 vs. Atlanta)

— Tied for 10th in the NFL among qualified linebackers in PFF stops (31)

Linebacker Bobby Okereke

— Tied for second among NFL rookies in fumble recoveries (1)

Cornerback Kenny Moore II

— Third in the NFL in sacks among cornerbacks since 2018 (3.5)

— First in the NFL among qualified cornerbacks in PFF run defense grade (84.7)

— Seventh in the NFL among qualified cornerbacks in quarterback pressures (5)

— Tied for third in the NFL among qualified cornerbacks in sacks created (2)

— Tied for second in the NFL among qualified cornerbacks in quarterback hurries (3)

— Eighth in the NFL among qualified cornerbacks in tackles (44)

— First in the NFL among qualified cornerbacks in PFF stops (26)

— Second in the NFL among qualified cornerbacks in PFF run stop percentage (7.2)

— Third in the NFL among qualified cornerbacks in PFF pass rushing productivity (13.0)

Cornerback Rock Ya-SIn

— Tied for eighth among NFL rookies in total tackles (40)

— Tied for sixth among NFL rookies in solo tackles (35)

— Seventh in the NFL among qualified cornerbacks in PFF tackling grade (80.3)

— 10th in the NFL among qualified cornerbacks in PFF pass rush grade (78.5)

— Tied for seventh in the NFL among qualified cornerbacks in fewest missed tackles (2)

— 10th in the NFL among qualified cornerbacks in PFF run stop percentage (2.9)

— Eighth in the NFL among qualified cornerbacks in PFF tackling efficiency (21.0)

Cornerback Marvell Tell III

— Tied for sixth among NFL rookies in forced fumbles (1)

Safety Malik Hooker

— Tied for seventh in the NFL among qualified NFL safeties in PFF coverage snaps per reception (58.3)

Safety Khari Willis

— Tied for sixth among NFL rookies in total tackles (44)

— Tied for sixth among NFL rookies in solo tackles (35)

— Tied for ninth in the NFL among qualified safeties in quarterback hurries (4)

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Colts Special Teams

— Fifth in the NFL in punt return average (9.1)

— Sixth in the NFL in punt return average allowed (5.1)

Punter Rigoberto Sanchez

— Ninth in the NFL and third in the AFC in touchbacks on kickoffs (37)

— Seventh in the AFC in net average punting (41.7)

— Seventh in the NFL among qualified punters in PFF punting grade (73.8)

— 10th in the NFL among qualified players in PFF kickoff grade (74.6)

Kicker Adam Vinatieri

— Tied for seventh in the AFC in scoring by kickers (63)

— Longest made field goal in the AFC this season (55 yards; Week 8 vs. Denver)

Wide receiver Chester Rogers

— Third in the NFL and first in the AFC in punt return average (9.8)

Wide receiver Zach Pascal

— Sixth in the NFL among qualified players in PFF return grade (69.4)

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