Colts - Patriots By The Numbers

ColtPower looks at the numbers that had an impact on the outcome of the game as the Colts notched an impressive 40-21 victory in Foxboro.

0: Number of sacks by the Patriots in the game.

Team sacks by the Colts, one by Raheem Brock for his fourth of the year, and the other on the final play of the game by Robert Mathis. By forcing a fumble by Patriots quarterback Doug Flutie, Mathis was credited with his ninth sack of the year.

3: Number of rushing first downs by the Patriots.

6: Forced fumbles by Mathis after just 8 games. He forced six over the stretch of the full season last year.

9: Team-leading total tackles by Colts linebacker Gary Brackett (5 solo, 4 assists) for the game. Rookie Marlin Jackson tied him for the most solo tackles.

10: Team-leading total tackles by Patriots linebackers Mike Vrabel and Tedy Bruschi.

Total rushing yards allowed by the Colts defense. Corey Dillon was held to 40 yards (3.3 average) while New England's other two running backs accumulated -6 yards on their two carries. Dillon's 40 yards was his second-lowest total for a game this season.

Longest pass play allowed by the Colts defense, caught by Patriots WR David Givens.

Longest pass completion of the game by Manning (to Harrison on the opening drive) and his second-longest of the season. He longer pass play against the Browns earlier this year, but that was on a short catch that Reggie Wayne stretched to 51 yards with some nifty running after the catch.

Yards receiving by Givens on four catches to lead the Patriots. No New England receiver had more than five catches on the night.

Tom Brady's completion percentage for the night, tied for third-highest of his season.

Percent of successful third-down conversions by the Colts.

Manning's completion percentage for the night, third-highest of his season.

Kicker Mike Vanderjagt's field goal success percentage this season (9 out of 10) after converting both of his attempts Monday night.

Rushing yards by Edgerrin James, his fourth consecutive 100-plus yard effort and sixth out of eight games this year. He hasn't rushed for less than 88 yards in a game this season.

252: Combined receiving yards by Marvin Harrison (9-128) and Reggie Wayne (9-124), 79% of the Colts' total receiving yards.

265: Passing yards by Brady, his third-lowest production of the year.

Passing yards by Manning, his highest single-game total this season and best since posting 264 yards in week four versus Tennessee.

453: Total net yards by the Colts offense.

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