Where Do The Colts Rank? Week 4 (2018)

Take a weekly look at where the standout Indianapolis Colts units and individual players rank among their AFC and NFL peers heading into Week 4 of the 2018 season.

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Indianapolis Colts' Eric Ebron in action during the second half of an NFL football game against the Philadelphia Eagles, Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Chris Szagola)

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 4 of the 2018 season:

Colts offense

— Third in the NFL in third down conversion percentage (48.9)

— First in the NFL in most third down conversions (22)

— Sixth in the NFL in lowest sacks allowed per pass attempt (4.00 percent)

— Second in the NFL in total receptions by tight ends (23)

Quarterback Andrew Luck

— Tied for fifth in the NFL and tied for second in the AFC in completions (85)

— Sixth in the NFL and third in the AFC in passing attempts (124)

— 10th in the NFL and fourth in the AFC in completion percentage (68.5)

— First in the NFL in consecutive games with at least one passing touchdown (26)

— Fourth in the AFC in fourth quarter passer rating (98.9)

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

Wide receiver T.Y. Hilton

— Third in the NFL in consecutive starts among wide receivers (41)

— Tied for seventh in the AFC in receptions (17)

— Tied for second in the AFC and tied for seventh in the NFL in third-down receptions (6)

Wide receiver Ryan Grant

— Tied for fifth in the NFL in consecutive games played among active wide receivers (67)

Running back Nyheim Hines:

— One of four NFL rookies to register a rushing touchdown this season

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

Tight end Jack Doyle

— Eighth in the NFL and first among tight ends in highest catch percentage (75.9)

— Tied for fifth in the AFC in third-down receptions (5)

Tight end Eric Ebron

— Tied for first among NFL tight ends in receiving touchdowns (2)

— Tied for eighth among NFL tight ends in receptions (12)

Running back Jordan Wilkins

— Fifth among NFL rookies in rushing yards (120)

Colts defense

— Tied for second in the NFL in most opponent negative plays (24)

— First in the NFL in tackles for loss (22)

— Tied for fourth in the NFL in sacks (10)

— Sixth in the AFC in rushing yards allowed per game (106.0)

— Seventh in the AFC in passing yards allowed per game (241.7)

Linebacker Darius Leonard

— First in the NFL in total tackles (41)

— First in the NFL in solo tackles (30)

— First among NFL rookies and tied for sixth in the NFL and tied for third in the AFC in sacks (3.0)

— Second in the NFL in tackles for loss (6.0)

Safety Clayton Geathers

— Seventh in the NFL and first among defensive backs in total tackles (29)

Defensive end Kemoko Turay

— Tied for third among NFL rookies in sacks (1.5)

Defensive tackle Margus Hunt

— First in the NFL in tackles for loss (8.0)

— Tied for sixth in the NFL and tied for third in the AFC in sacks (3.0)

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

Cornerback Kenny Moore II

— Tied for fifth in the AFC in interceptions (1)

Linebacker Anthony Walker

— Tied for fifth in the AFC in interceptions (1)

Cornerback Pierre Desir

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

Colts special teams

— Third in the NFL in lowest punt return average allowed (1.7 yards)

— Seventh in the NFL in lowest kickoff return average allowed (18.2 yards)

Kicker Adam Vinatieri

— Fourth among NFL kickers in highest field goal percentage since 2013 (89.4)

— Third in the AFC in scoring (24)

Punter Rigoberto Sanchez

— Sixth in the NFL and third in the AFC in highest net punting average (43.5)

— Tied for sixth in the AFC in touchbacks on kickoffs (10)

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