The Colts had no intention of trying to get into a high-scoring game through the air against Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday night. They would have probably lost if they had tried.
What Indianapolis did was potentially layout a blueprint to beat the Chiefs, who suffered their first loss of the season. The Colts ran, ran some more and ran even more to keep Mahomes and the rest of the Chiefs offense on the sideline in their upset victory. The Colts rushed for 180 yards on 45 attempts.
The Colts had the ball 15 more minutes than the Chiefs this past Sunday night and rushed for more yards than they passed for, according to the story. Mack had a 29-132-0 line while Wilkins got seven carries for 28 yards. Meanwhile, Hines caught four balls for 46 yards and had five targets.