The plus side of “Friday Night Football” is the extra break that teams get before the next competition.
The Chiefs, who came off a 27-24 win over the Chargers at Arrowhead Stadium, had extra time to prepare for Sunday’s game against Indianapolis Colts.
Each week, I get an early look at the Chiefs’ next opponent, and here’s a quick scouting roundup of the Colts ahead of Sunday’s game at Lucas Oil Stadium. The match starts at noon, and the match will be broadcast on KCTV (Chapter 5).
Nuts and bolts
Heads 2-0 and leads West Asia. Indianapolis, which will play at home for the first time this season, has a 0-1-1 record but tied for second in South Asia awaiting the outcome of the Titans-Bills tournament on Monday.
But the ponies are running 24-0 . loss for Jaguar on Sunday.
Indianapolis leads the series on the clock 17-10 and won the last title in 2019 (19-13 at Arrowhead Stadium).
running back Jonathan Taylor He had 175 melee yards (161 dash, 14 receiving) in the opening colts, but held to 63 total yards in the loss to a Jaguar (54 yard dash, 9 receiving).
quarterback Matt Ryan, 37, had a bad time on Sunday, completing 16 of 30 passes for 195 yards with three interceptions. He has one touchdown pass and four interceptions this season.
The Colts average 5.3 yards per game, the 20th in the NFL, and have the lowest midfield rating. (63.9) in the league.
The Colts have only three sacks in two matches and they are near the bottom of the league in quarterback pressure ratio.
On the plus side, Indy is tied for ninth in a quick defense, allowing 86.5 yards per game. The Colts only have one stumble and no interceptions and are finally pegged in the NFL with Negative rotation difference -4.
Help could be on the way. Linebacker Shaquille Leonard, who played 122 times a year ago, has yet to play this season after that He underwent back surgery in June. He has been training and may be back on Sunday.