The Colts have nudged their rush-defense ranking to 27th at 132.1 yards allowed per game.
Just as obvious has been their ability to run. They’re no longer in the basement, up to 30th with a 92.1-yard average, on the strength of a season-high 191 yards at Oakland a week after getting 155 against Jacksonville.
“Our guys have done a great job of staying really focused and not getting caught up in ‘Scenario Central,’ and trying to reduce things to the lowest common denominator,” Caldwell said. “That lowest common denominator is we have to continue to win.”