The Indianapolis Colts were completely dominated on Sunday night by the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship, losing 45-7. While many of you probably wish we could just move on from the game and forget about it, we still need to take a look at the snap counts for one last time this season.
First, the seven inactive players for the Colts included a few notable names: wide receiver Griff Whalen, running back Trent Richardson, cornerback Sheldon Price, tackle Xavier Nixon, center Jonotthan Harrison, outside linebacker Bjoern Werner, and nose tackle Zach Kerr. Furthermore, there was another player who was active but who didn't play: backup quarterback Matt Hasselbeck. Other than those eight guys, everyone played for the Colts, so let's take a look at the snap counts from the game.
T.Y. Hilton played 49 snaps and caught just one pass. That's not a recipe for success for the Colts whatsoever.
Donte Moncrief played the second most snaps of any Colts' receiver, which I think was a good thing, but he didn't catch a pass (which isn't a good thing).
Reggie Wayne played just 21 snaps (38%), and he didn't catch a pass either.
|Ricky Jean Francois||DE||34||44%|
Vontae Davis was really the only Colt to play well on Sunday, so there's that. He played 71 of the 78 defensive snaps.
Sergio Brown, a former starter this season, played just two snaps.
|Ricky Jean Francois||DE||8||29%|
Henoc Muamba, Colt Anderson, and Dewey McDonald played the most special teams snaps for the Colts.