The Colts offense is moving the ball against the Browns, but it is failing to get the ball in the endzone. The Colts have driven the ball deep into Cleveland territory twice only to come away with two field goals. They tacked on a Adam Vinatieri 52-yarder to go up 9-7, but with 33 second before halftime, Peyton Hillis charged into the endzone with a one-yard TD score to give the Browns the lead 14-9.
Surprisingly, the Colts defense is doing a good job stopping the run, holding Hillis to 2.8 a carry. Indy is also running the ball effectively, with rookie Delone Carter earning 37 yards on 7 rushes (5.3 a carry). Colts enter halftime with 64 rushing yards.