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2019 Schedule
3-2, 2nd in AFC South

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts safety Clayton Geathers, like linebacker Darius Leonard, has cleared concussion protocol. Leonard has missed the past three games since suffering the concussion in Week 2.

Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer 

Oct. 27 Week 8 flexible schedule changes: Raiders at Texans moved from 1 PM ET to 4:25 PM. Broncos at Colts moved from 4:25 PM ET to 1 PM. Both on CBS.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

The Colts played man coverage only 30% of the time in Weeks 1-4, according to ESPN coverage metrics. But in their win over the Chiefs, Indianapolis played 78% man. This is why.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts LB Darius Leonard announces on Instagram that he's cleared concussion protocol. Leonard missed the past three games with a concussion suffered against Tennessee in Week 2. The Colts (3-2) have a bye this week before hosting Houston, which put up 53 points against Atlanta last weekend, in Week 7.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts DE Kemoko Turay suffered a broken ankle in Sunday's victory over the Chiefs, a source confirmed. Turay is one of the Colts young pass rushers who has spent a significant amount of time working with Justin Houston and former Colts defensive end Robert Mathis. Turay's second season will end with him having 1.5 sacks

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Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts have slowed Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes down since his fast start in the first quarter. Mahomes is just 6-of-18 since going 12-of-15 in the first quarter.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

One of Colts Frank Reich's biggest regrets from their playoff loss to Kansas City last season was they didn't stay committed to the running game. Reich isn't making the same mistake again. The Colts have 21 rushing attempts to 22 pass attempts through the middle of the third quarter.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts are missing three defensive starters - LB Darius Leonard (concussion) and safety duo Clayton Geathers (concussion) and Malik Hooker (knee) - but they lead undefeated Kansas City 13-10 at the half. One of the underrated reasons why the Colts are leading is because they're winning the penalty battle. Kansas City has committed six penalties for 80 yards to the Colts two penalties for just 15 yards. Both teams have committed one turnover each in the opponent's territory.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts safety George Odum halted what was going to be a big play by the Chiefs when he stripped the ball away from running back LeSean McCoy in Indy territory. Colts still can't afford to keep coming away with no points because they'll only be able slow the Chiefs down for so long.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts QB Jacoby Brissett paid the price for locking in on his target for the second straight week. Brissett made it easy for Chiefs S Tyrann Mathieu to intercept him when he locked in on TE Eric Ebron deep in Kansas City territory. Colts can't leave points off the board against a Kansas City team that leads the NFL in scoring at 33.8 points a game.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts rushed eight times for 52 yards on the opening drive that ended with QB Jacoby Brissett 1-yard TD run. The Chiefs entered the game giving up 149.8 yards rushing game, which is 31st in the NFL.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts cornerback Kenny Moore is questionable to return due to a knee injury.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards202.027th
Rushing Yards142.04th
Points For22.615th
Points Against23.0