6. The Colts have allowed 574 passing yards on a 68.4 completion rate in 2023
Indianapolis might find it nice to play under bad weather and heavy rain on Sunday judging by how incredibly bad the Colts have been at stopping the pass game.
Only the Seahawks, Eagles, and Chargers have allowed more passing yards to their opponents than the Colts through Week 2. Indy also ranks in the bottom 10 in completion percentage allowed to start the season.
The Colts have been much better at stopping opponents trying to rush the rock, though, ranking as the seventh-best time in rushing yards per game allowed to their foes through Week 2.
Facing a Ravens team whose backfield is ravaged by injuries but that features an extraordinary scrambling quarterback in Lamar Jackson, there is a chance this trend gets reversed in Week 3.
No need to mention that (weather allowing) the Ravens' air offense led by new OC Todd Monken might be in for some fireworks.