They are #1 in yards per play, yards per pass attempt and yards per reception (8.1 which is excellent). The are near the top in both total yards and ppg. It has been brought up here that they have faced some very poor offenses to build those stats, and I think that is valid. But, the impact of the offenses they face doesnt turn a bad defense into #s like that. No doubt the Colt D is helped by the O holding on to the ball, and by playing from ahead also. There are some #s though that it appears a good offense can take advantage of that the bad ones have not. The Colts allow 65.7% of pass completed. They allow 4.1 yards per rush. They are allowing 46% 3rd down conversions. It appears that offenses that are allowed to stick to their gameplan, and have playmakers that get open and run after the catch would have much more success against this D. I expect us to tear apart the Colt D, but we should all understand, it will be earned. This is a good defense and if we rip it to shreds like everyone else we have faced, it is more a comment on how incredible our offense is than a comment on deficiencies in the Colt D. In the back of my mind, I also think this could be a game that has long reaching issues for the Colt D. As I said, I think we tear them up, but I also think future opponents are going to look at the weaknesses we will expose. That is very common in this league for teams mimicking what the Pats do against certain teams.