Colts - Cardinals By The Numbers

ColtPower's look at the significant stats from Sunday's game between Indianapolis and Arizona.

0: Colts first downs achieved by running the ball.

2: Interceptions in the game, one by each team. The Colts interception by Gilbert Gardner was the first of his career.

4: Rushing total for Colts running back Dominic Rhodes on five attempts.

5: Total sacks in the game. The Colts got to Josh McCown three times (Raheem Brock 1.5, Dwight Freeney 0.5, Gary Brackett 1).

8: Number of receivers/backs who caught a pass from McCown.

11: Net yards rushing by the Colts and total tackles by LB Gary Brackett, best by any Colts player on Sunday. LB Keith O'Neil finished just one tackle behind Brackett.

12: Penalties by the Cardinals versus 7 by the Colts.

23: First downs by Arizona versus 15 by the Colts

33: Percent of first downs Colts made due to Arizona penalties (5 out of 15)

37:  Well, 36:41 to be exact. Time of possession for the Cardinals. The Colts had the ball just a bit over 23 minutes.

40:  Field goals made by Cardinals kicker Neil Rackers, including two against the Colts, to set a new NFL single-season record.

42:  Rushing yards by McCown, only 15 less than their top running back, Marcel Shipp (57).

59:  Yards receiving by Aaron Moorehead on five catches, tops for the Colts on the day.

81: Yards accumulated by Cards WR Anquan Boldin on eight catches to lead the team while Larry Fitzgerald grabbed 6 for 80 yards and a touchdown.

129: Net yards rushing by the Cardinals, the first time all season the team broke the 100-yard mark in a game.

207: Passing yards by Colts quarterback Jim Sorgi.

413: Total net yards for Arizona versus just 218 by Indianapolis.

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