Colts Prefer To Kill The Clock By Passing

If your team has a ten-point lead midway through the fourth quarter and you have the ball, prevailing wisdom compels you to rely on your running game -- especially when your running back is averaging five yards per carry.

The Colts, though, have elected to pass on about half their plays during their march down the field. And guess what? For the most part, it's working. Pierre Garçon seems physically incapable of not catching a football -- the man has 151 yards off 11 receptions.

By the way, I think Garçon's nickname should just be ALT 135 at this point.

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