9. Indianapolis has the second-lowest blitz rate but it's tied for the fifth-most sacks
Talk about contrasting data points. The Colts have only blitzed an opposing quarterback 11 times this season, the second-fewest times across the league through Week 2. Considering they have defended 79 pass attempts, that yields the second-lowest blitz rate to date at a meager 12.2 percent of plays.
On the other hand, Indy has sacked opposing quarterbacks eight times already, the fifth-most league-wide entering Week 3.
That's all you need to know about the Colts defensive frontline, which doesn't need that much help from the edge in order to get to the quarterback.
This might be one of the most important points and a deciding factor on Sunday as the battle in the trenches is looking like the most important one for Baltimore to win if they want to get a third consecutive win.