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Colts’ Snap Counts, Week 7 vs. 49ers

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The Indianapolis Colts are now 3-4 on the season after a 30-18 victory over the San Francisco 49ers Sunday night.

Just like last week, there were many key contributors which help to tell the story of how Indy was able to earn its third win of the season.

Offense:

  • QB Carson Wentz, 100%
  • T Eric Fisher, 100%
  • T Matt Pryor, 100%
  • G Quenton Nelson, 100%
  • C Ryan Kelly, 100%
  • WR Michael Pittman Jr., 91%
  • WR Zach Pascal, 84%
  • TE Jack Doyle, 74%
  • RB Jonathan Taylor, 69%
  • G Chris Reed, 65%
  • WR Ashton Dulin, 63%
  • TE Mo Alie-Cox, 63%
  • G Mark Glowinski, 35%
  • RB Nyheim Hines, 28%
  • G Danny Pinter, 6%
  • TE Kylen Granson, 7%
  • WR Keke Coutee, 6%
  • RB Marlon Mack, 6%

Key contributors:

For yet another week, Colts’ QB Carson Wentz played a crucial role in helping Indy secure its third win of the season. While he wasn’t perfect, Wentz made multiple plays that 49ers’ QB Jimmy Garoppolo simply didn’t, and that wound up being one of the biggest differences in Sunday’s game.

Running back Jonathan had 107 yards on the ground and a rushing touchdown in the team’s win, and wide receiver Michael Pittman Jr. had his breakout game of the 2021 season as he caught 4 passes for 105 yards, including the game-sealing touchdown in the 4th quarter.

Defense:

  • S Khari Willis, 100%
  • LB Bobby Okereke, 100%
  • CB Kenny Moore, 100%
  • LB Darius Leonard, 100%
  • CB Xavier Rhodes, 86%
  • DT DeForest Buckner, 84%
  • DE Al Quadin-Muhammad, 84%
  • FS Andrew Sendejo, 79%
  • DE Kwity Paye, 73%
  • DE Tyquan Lewis, 59%
  • CB Isaiah Rodgers, 55%
  • DT Grover Stewart, 52%
  • LB Zaire Franklin, 30%
  • FS George Odum, 21%
  • DE Isaac Rochell, 16%
  • DT Taylor Stallworth, 16%
  • DT Antwaun Woods, 16%
  • LB EJ Speed, 14%
  • CB Anthony Chesley, 14%

Key contributors:

The Colts’ defense put together one of their better performances we’ve seen all season long. Linebacker Darius Leonard forced yet another key turnover for the fourth week in a row and continues to play a major role each week.

Defensive end Al Quadin-Muhammad strip-sacked Jimmy Garoppolo, thanks to the help of rookie first-round pick Kwity Paye, and gave Indy’s offense terrific field position. After struggling through the first couple of drives, the Colts’ defensive front stepped up and forced many errant throws from Garoppolo.

Let’s not forget about cornerback Xavier Rhodes, who intercepted a pass intended for wide receiver Deebo Samuel. Rhodes’ takeaway eventually led to another touchdown, effectively putting the game out of reach for the 49ers.