The Colts offense did a good job moving the ball down the field the entire game. Here is how each unit graded out.
The Colts offense played a pretty darn good game against the Raiders. They weren’t stopped very often. They did have some issues converting in the red zone though, having to settle for two field goals. But this is how each unit graded out.
Luck played pretty well in this one. He didn’t have a lot of yards in this one, as they didn’t throw many deep shots. But he didn’t need to throw for a lot because of how good the running game was. With what he did, he gave the team a great chance to win. And he will continue to do so if he plays like this.
The running backs were fantastic in this game. They pretty much got whatever they wanted in the running game. Marlon Mack ran for over 100 yards for the second straight game. Nyheim Hines also had a good game, running for close to 100 as well. They were able to keep balance in this offense.
Welcome back, Jack Doyle. He had himself a game, especially in the fourth quarter. He was used constantly late in the game, having 4 catches and a touchdown at the end of the drive. Eric Ebron and Mo Alie-Cox also had touchdowns. Great game by this entire unit.
This is the one unit that didn’t have their best game. There were way too many holding penalties, as well as a few false starts. They did do a good job opening holes for the running game and protecting Andrew Luck though. But they have to clean up those penalties moving forward.
T.Y. Hilton was pretty quiet all day, save for a 34 yard catch late in the 4th quarter. But Dontrelle Inman had 6 catches to help pick up the slack. The tight ends were more of a weapon in the passing game than the receivers were.
It was a great offensive effort today, and it was expected. Now that the offense is mostly healthy, it is running like a well oiled machine.