The Indianapolis Colts (2-4) got back in the win column with a 31-3 rout over the Houston Texans (1-5) on Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium.
It was a much-needed domination to show that they can still beat up on bad teams even if they have been a struggling unit themselves. Now, we’ll take a look at the snap counts on offense, defense and special teams from the Week 6 win.
As WR T.Y. Hilton made his return, he played on 50% of the snaps. Even so, he led the way with four targets and 80 receiving yards. Michael Pittman Jr. still led the room in snaps but only saw three targets.
With WR Parris Campbell suffering a foot injury, Ashton Dulin saw a few more snaps as the WR4 in the rotation.
Matt Pryor is the clear right tackle as this is the second week in a row he’s logged 100% of the snaps in Braden Smith’s absence.
RB Jonathan Taylor saw a season-high 65% of the snaps.
Defense & Special TeamsNotes
The typical rotation was back in play at defensive end with Al-Quadin Muhammad and Tyquan Lewis seeing most of the reps followed closely by rookie Kwity Paye, who made his return from a hamstring injury.
CB Rock Ya-Sin made his return but re-aggravated an ankle injury and was replaced by Isaiah Rodgers.
After a week of being limited, S Khari Willis was back to playing his typical snap count.
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