Colts’ snap counts from 27-24 loss to Bills

The Indianapolis Colts was up to the Buffalo Costs, 27-24, on Saturday at Costs Arena, which ended their season in a nail-biting style.

In what was a wild video game, the Colts revealed they can hang with the very best groups in the NFL. However they couldn’t stop from shooting themselves in the foot over and over once again.

For the last time this season, here’s a take a look at the offensive, protective and unique groups snap counts:

Offense

Notes

  • Few shocked on this side of the ball.

  • WRs Zach Pascal and Michael Pittman Jr. continued to blaze a trail playing over 90% of the snaps.

  • TE Jack Doyle saw 72% of snaps while Mo Alie-Cox and Trey Burton divided behind him.

Defense

Notes

  • S Khari Willis was back to his common function while DT DeForest Buckner hardly ever took any snaps off.

  • The split in between Bobby Okereke and Anthony Walker preferred the previous more as Walker heads into totally free company.

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4 takeaways from Colts’ 27-24 loss to Costs

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.