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  • Colts' Zach Pascal: Targeted twice in win

    Pascal caught one of two targets for 12 yards during Sunday's 23-0 win over Dallas.

    Pascal fell back to earth Sunday after a five-catch Week 14 performance. The first-year target looked like an effective underneath option early in the season, but he fell off right about when tight end Jack Doyle returned in late October. Since Week 6, Pascal has caught more than one pass in a game just once. The Colts are hot right now, but Pascal hasn't been a big part of it. Sunday offers a tough matchup against a Giants defense that ranks in the top half of the league against the pass.

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  • Colts' Tyquan Lewis: Collects pair of sacks

    Lewis recorded four tackles (three solo) and two sacks during Sunday's win over the Cowboys.

    Lewis notched the first two sacks of his NFL career Sunday as the 2018 second rounder also posted a season high in tackles. He's played at least 33 defensive snaps in all six of his games played and figures to start at defensive end in Week 16 against the Giants as well.

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  • Colts' Denico Autry: Continues sack streak

    Autry recorded one sack during Sunday's win over the Cowboys.

    Autry has racked up six total sacks throughout the Colts' past three games, playing over 40 defensive snaps in each of those contests as well. He'll remain busy at defensive tackle again in Week 16 against the Giants.

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  • Colts' Al Woods: Lands on IR

    Woods (foot) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday.

    Woods suffered a foot injury during the second half of Sunday's win over the Cowboys, but he won't be able to return from the issue this season and will land on IR as a result. His absence shouldn't have too much of an impact on the Colts' defense, as he's played less than 20 defensive snaps in each of the team's last four games.

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  • Colts' Skai Moore: Heads to IR

    Moore (neck) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday.

    Moore's neck injury popped up prior to Sunday's tilt against the Cowboys, and the issue is severe enough to keep him sidelined for the remainder of the 2018 season. The undrafted rookie's campaign will come to an end with four tackles in nine games.

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  • Colts' J.J. Wilcox: Signed by Indy

    Wilcox was signed by the Colts on Tuesday.

    Wilcox brings a veteran presence to the Colts' secondary as the team looks to make a case for the playoffs these next two weeks. He hasn't had much of a defensive role since leaving Dallas after the 2016 season, but figures to provide depth behind Clayton Geathers and Malik Hooker in Indianapolis.

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  • Colts' Clayton Geathers: Totals eight tackles

    Geathers had eight tackles (six solo) in Sunday's 23-0 win against Dallas.

    Geathers entered Sunday with a knee injury and played only 37 of 69 defensive snaps, yet still managed to finish second on the team in tackles. The 26-year-old is averaging 7.4 tackles per game but his minimal involvement in pass defense -- three passes defensed and no interceptions -- somewhat limits his IDP potential.

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  • Colts' Darius Leonard: Powers defense again

    Leonard had 11 tackles (nine solo) in Sunday's 23-0 win over the Cowboys.

    Leonard added two pass breakups and a tackle for loss as he continues to lead the league with 146 combined tackles. The rookie second-round pick also has seven sacks, four forced fumbles and an interception in 13 games. The 23-year-old will remain a top-tier IDP option Week 16 against the Giants.

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  • Colts' Adam Vinatieri: Tallies 11 points in win

    Vinatieri converted all three field-goal attempts and both extra-point attempts in Sunday's 23-0 win over the Cowboys.

    The 11 points ties Vinatieri's most productive game of the season as he converted field goals from 43, 44 and 23 yards. The 45-year-old has made 21 of 25 field goals for the season but has seven games with one or zero made field goals heading into the Week 16 matchup with the Giants.

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  • Colts' Mo Alie-Cox: Catchless in return to action

    Alie-Cox failed to catch his lone target in Sunday's 23-0 win over the Cowboys.

    Alie-Cox returned after missing the previous three games and led Colts' tight ends by playing 40 of 72 offensive snaps. The 25-year-old outsnapped starter Eric Ebron 40-38, but with the team bleeding the clock with the run game in the second half it's hardly an indication of changing roles. Alie-Cox appears entrenched as the Indianapolis' No. 2 tight end but holds little fantasy value in the low-volume role.

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  • Colts' Ryan Grant: Hauls in two passes

    Grant caught both his targets for 16 yards in Sunday's 23-0 win over the Cowboys.

    Grant actually finished second among Colts' wide receivers in both catches and yards -- trailing only T.Y. Hilton -- despite playing the fewest offensive snaps (17). The 27-year-old saw all his action in the first half as Indianapolis went run heavy with 30 rushing attempts after halftime. The snap total was Grant's lowest of the season as he has only seven receptions for 55 yards in the last six games.

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  • Colts' Chester Rogers: Catches one pass Sunday

    Rogers caught his lone target for 10 yards in Sunday's 23-0 win over the Cowboys.

    Rogers played 37 offensive snaps against Dallas, his highest snap count since Week 8. The increased playing time for the 24-year-old is a good sign, but is somewhat hampered by the fact the Colts showed clear intent to bleed the clock in the second half with 30 rushing attempts. T.Y. Hilton remains the lone Indianapolis wide receiver that can be relied upon week-to-week.

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  • Colts' Dontrelle Inman: Catchless against Cowboys

    Inman failed to catch his lone target in Sunday's 23-0 win against Dallas.

    Inman played 36 of 72 offensive snaps, but the Colts were content to bleed the clock in the second half with 30 rushing attempts. The 29-year-old's snap count finished fourth among Colts wide receivers, as Zach Pascal led the group despite being targeted only twice. The game flow makes it difficult to glean too much from Sunday's outing, but T.Y. Hilton and Eric Ebron remain the only truly reliable options among the team's pass catchers.

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  • Colts' Jordan Wilkins: Minimal role in win

    Wilkins caught his lone target for six yards in Sunday's win over Dallas.

    The Colts ran the ball 39 times in Sunday's grind-it-out win against the Cowboys, but Wilkins saw only two offensive snaps. Marlon Mack continues to dominate the carry count with Nyheim Hines still serving in a secondary role, leaving little playing time for Wilkins while both remain healthy.

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  • Colts' Nyheim Hines: Piles up 64 scrimmage yards

    Hines carried six times for 19 yards and caught four passes for an additional 45 yards during Sunday's 23-0 win over the Cowboys.

    Hines was the only other back to carry the ball behind Marlon Mack, but he averaged just 3.2 yards per carry. He frequently lined up in the slot and on the outside, finishing second on the team in catches and receiving yardage. Hines is more of a change-of-pace option behind Mack, but his receiving chops give him some fantasy value in the right matchup. That said, he's no guarantee to produce next Sunday against the Giants.

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  • Colts' Eric Ebron: Makes one catch

    Ebron caught one of three targets for eight yards in Sunday's 23-0 win over the Cowboys.

    Ebron surprisingly finished with just three targets, but he hardly made the most of his looks. He had a drop on a play that should have resulted in a big gain and took a big shot on another deep pass. Ebron rolled into the game with 19 catches and three touchdowns over his last three, so this dud performance in a favorable matchup on paper is a bit disappointing. He'll look to get back on track next Sunday against the Giants.

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  • Colts' Marlon Mack: Sets career high in rushing

    Mack carried 27 times for 139 yards and two touchdowns Sunday against the Cowboys. He also caught one pass for a 10-yard gain in the 23-0 win.

    The Dallas defense had allowed just one 100-yard rusher this season coming in, but Mack gashed them repeatedly en route to a new career high in rushing. He scored a one-yard touchdown in the first quarter and added a six-yard score to start things off in the third. Mack was bottled up on the ground over the last two weeks, but he still has at least 96 scrimmage yards or a touchdown in four of his last five games. He'll hope to retain a sizable role in the offense Week 16 against the Giants.

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  • Colts' T.Y. Hilton: Contributes 85 receiving yards

    Hilton (ankle) caught five of eight targets for 85 yards during Sunday's 23-0 win over the Cowboys.

    Hilton led the team in targets, catches and receiving yards, topping 75 in the latter category for the sixth straight game. He nearly scored an early touchdown, only to see the ball skim off his fingertips. Hilton also contributed one of his trademark big plays, racing past the defense for a sliding 37-yard gain at one point. The speedster shrugged off an ankle injury coming into the game and didn't look hampered, so he'll presumably be at or near full strength in Week 16 against the Giants.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Rushing Passing Overall
Off. 107.9
(20th)
282.4
(9th)
381.5
(8th)
Def. 103.6
(8th)
254.2
(15th)
341.5
(10th)

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