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Colts’ Snap Counts, Week 8 vs. Titans

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Even after a loss, the Colts’ snap counts help tell the story of where the team currently sits. Let’s take a closer look into what led to such the 34-31 overtime loss to the Tennessee Titans.

Offense:

  • QB Carson Wentz, 100%
  • T Eric Fisher, 100%
  • T Braden Smith, 100%
  • G Quenton Nelson, 100%
  • C Ryan Kelly, 100%
  • WR Michael Pittman Jr., 96%
  • WR Zach Pascal, 94%
  • TE Jack Doyle, 62%
  • RB Jonathan Taylor, 74%
  • G Chris Reed, 76%
  • WR Ashton Dulin, 36%
  • WR T.Y. Hilton, 44%
  • TE Mo Alie-Cox, 49%
  • G Mark Glowinski, 35%
  • RB Nyheim Hines, 31%
  • G Danny Pinter, 6%
  • TE Kylen Granson, 12%
  • RB Marlon Mack, 1%
  • G Mark Glowinski, 5%

Key contributors:

Wide receiver Michael Pittman Jr. had yet another big game for the Colts Sunday, catching 10 passes for 86 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday’s loss to the Titans. Pittman Jr. was one of very few bright spots on Sunday, and he continues to show why he’ll the teams’ go-to target for the rest of this season and moving forward, too.

Right guard Chris Reed out-snapped Mark Glowinski for a second straight week, making it pretty clear who the Colts plan to move forward with at that position in the near future. Reed has been excellent for Indy’s offense — both in pass protection and as a run blocker as well. The veteran guard has been one of the better free agent signings by GM Chris Ballard in some time.

Defense:

  • S Andrew Sendejo, 100%
  • LB Bobby Okereke, 99%
  • CB Kenny Moore, 99%
  • LB Darius Leonard, 100%
  • CB Xavier Rhodes, 97%
  • DT DeForest Buckner, 81%
  • DE Al Quadin-Muhammad, 78%
  • DE Kwity Paye, 79%
  • FS George Odum, 78%
  • CB Rock Ya-Sin, 73%
  • DT Grover Stewart, 66%
  • S Khari Willis, 22%
  • DE Dayo Odeyingbo, 22%
  • DE Kemoko Turay, 21%
  • Taylor Stallworth, 19%
  • Antwaun Woods, 18%
  • LB Zaire Franklin, 16%
  • DE Tyquan Lewis, 16%
  • LB E.J. Speed, 14%
  • CB Isaiah Rodgers, 3%

Key contributors:

Cornerback Kenny Moore intercepted Titans’ quarterback Ryan Tannehill’s first pass, which eventually led to the Colts taking a 14-0 lead early on in the 1st quarter. Defensive end Tyquan Lewis’ interception — despite the weird outcome — was the second straight game where the Colts’ defense forced two straight turnovers.

Indy’s defensive line didn’t have a ton of success pressuring Titans’ quarterback Ryan Tannehill (that’s a topic for another time) — but DeForest Buckner recorded a key sack late in the 4th quarter, which sent the game into overtime.