Where Do The Colts Rank? Week 7 (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 7 of the 2018 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 7 of the 2018 season:

Colts offense

— Third in the NFL in sack percentage per pass attempt (3.46)

— First in the NFL in third down conversion percentage (49.4)

— Second in the NFL in third down conversions (44) 

— Ninth in the NFL in red zone percentage (62.5)

— Second in the NFL in receptions by tight ends (47)

Quarterback Andrew Luck

— First in the NFL in passing attempts (288)

— First in the NFL in completions (186)

— Eighth in the NFL and fourth in the AFC in passing yards (1,792)

— Second in the NFL in passing touchdowns (16)

— Fourth in the AFC in fourth-quarter passer rating (101.4)

— Sixth in the AFC in touchdown percentage (5.6)

— Sixth in the AFC in interception percentage (2.8)

— First in the NFL in longest active streak with at least one passing touchdown (29 games)

— Third in the NFL in first down throws (94)

Tight end Eric Ebron

— Tied for first in the NFL, and first among NFL tight ends, in receiving touchdowns (6)

— Tied for sixth in the NFL, first among NFL tight ends and tied for forth in the AFC in scoring by non-kickers (36)

— Tied for ninth in the NFL, first among NFL tight ends and tied for third in the AFC in third down receptions (11)

— Seventh among NFL tight ends in receiving yards (326)

— Fourth among NFL tight ends in receptions (30)

Running back Nyheim Hines

— Tied for fourth among NFL rookies in touchdowns (3)

— Tied for second among NFL rookies in receiving touchdowns (2)

— Fourth among NFL rookies in first downs (22)

— Sixth among NFL rookies in scoring by non-kickers (18)

— Second among NFL rookies and tied for fifth among NFL running backs in receptions (31)

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

— Seventh among NFL rookies in scrimmage yards (298)

Wide receiver Ryan Grant

— Tied for fourth in the NFL in consecutive games played among active wide receivers (70)

Tight end Jack Doyle

— Ninth in the NFL among active players and first among NFL tight ends in catch percentage since 2013 (75.9)

Tight end Erik Swoope

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

Running back Jordan Wilkins

— Sixth among NFL rookies in rushing yards (175)

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Colts defense

— Sixth in the AFC in rushing defense (106.8)

— Fourth in the NFL in rushing yards allowed per play (3.75)

— Tied for fifth in the NFL in most opponent negative plays (45)

— Third in the NFL in tackles for loss (38)

— Third in the NFL in sacks (19)

Defensive tackle Margus Hunt

— Tied for first in the NFL in tackles for loss (9.0)

— Tied for 10th in the AFC in sacks (4)

Linebacker Darius Leonard

— First in the NFL in total tackles (63)

— Third in the NFL in solo tackles (43)

— Tied for sixth in the NFL in tackles for loss (7.0)

— Second among NFL rookies and tied for 10th in the AFC in sacks (4)

Defensive end Kemoko Turay

— Tied for fifth among NFL rookies in sacks (2.0)

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Colts special teams

— Sixth in the NFL in punt return average (11.8)

— Third in the NFL in punt return average allowed (5.0)

— Sixth in the NFL in kickoff return average allowed (19.6)

Kicker Adam Vinatieri

— Tied for ninth in the NFL and sixth in the AFC in scoring by kickers (48)

Punter Rigoberto Sanchez

— Sixth in the NFL and third in the AFC in net average punting (42.4)

— Sixth in the AFC in punting average (45.8)

Wide receiver Zach Pascal

— Sixth in the AFC in kickoff return average (20.2)

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