The Colts had the lowest average yards-per-carry average in NFL History in 2018, but the team hasn’t let that stop them from having the best offensive line in the NFL.
In fact, running back Chris Johnson has rushed for at least 1,000 yards and scored 25 touchdowns in his past three seasons.
The team has also had a lot of success with its wide receivers and tight ends, and it’s easy to see why.
The Colts’ offense has averaged over 20 points per game for each of the past three years, and Johnson is still on pace for nearly 500 yards and nine touchdowns, which would be enough to top the record set by Peyton Manning.
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