In what was a stong defensive effort from Gus Bradley’s unit, that side of the ball was the true reason Indy came out with a victory. The offense struggled to put together drives and played it safe during the second half when they got a big lead.
Here’s a look at the snap counts on offense, defense and special teams from the Week 9 win, followed by our analysis below:
Special Teams: 28
After TE Drew Ogletree exited the game with an injury, Mo Alie-Cox led the position in snaps with a season-high 51% snap share.
Meanwhile, LB Shaquille Leonard remained on a limited snap count, playing just 55% of the snaps.
CB Darrell Baker Jr. played 100% of the snaps as the No. 3 cornerback.
LB Grant Stuard (82%) led all Colts players in special teams snaps.