"He caused a lot of double clutches in [the Buffalo] game and we got some good interior pressure. I don’t think you judge guys totally by their numbers. We’re used to seeing those big sack numbers and sack fumbles from him. But he was playing on one leg for a long time. He is healthy but he’s being very disruptive.”
Keeping it close -- The Colts have registered a 6-1 record in "one-possession" games so far this season.
"I think we’ve been able to play at the end of halves and at the end of games extremely well on offense. But we’re that type of team. We’re going to be in a lot of close games and fortunately we’ve found a lot of ways to win them," Arians explained.
"The big thing for us is to go on the road and protect the football and play good defense and bring those special teams with us on the road and see if we can play our best football on the road.”