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Published: Dec. 11, 2017 at 03:01 a.m.
Updated: Dec. 12, 2017 at 02:03 p.m.

Mind-boggling stats for IND vs. BUF

The Indianapolis Colts and the Buffalo Bills descended upon a snow-covered New-Era Field on Sunday in a Week 14. With a game-time temperature of 26 degrees and snow steadily falling, the Colts and the Bills faced off in a matchup for the books. Take a look at some of the most Mind-Boggling Stats from this game!

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  • The Colts and Bills combined for four completions in the first half - tied for third fewest in the first half of a game since 1970. The Week 16 game between the Buccaneers and Bears in 1991 and the Week 5 game between the Seahawks and Chiefs in 1998 both only had three completions in the first half. 6

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    Still warming up

    The Colts and Bills combined for four completions in the first half - tied for third fewest in the first half of a game since 1970. The Week 16 game between the Buccaneers and Bears in 1991 and the Week 5 game between the Seahawks and Chiefs in 1998 both only had three completions in the first half.

  • The 18 completed passes between the Colts and the Bills was the fewest completions and attempts since the Week 13 matchup between the 49ers and the Bears in the 2016 season, a game also played in snow. 5

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    Frozen fingers

    The 18 completed passes between the Colts and the Bills was the fewest completions and attempts since the Week 13 matchup between the 49ers and the Bears in the 2016 season, a game also played in snow.

  • The Colts and the Bills combined for a total of 97 carries during their Week 14 matchup. This was the most carries in a game since Week 10 in 1981 where the Chiefs and the Bears combined for a total of 100 carries. 4

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    Just run it

    The Colts and the Bills combined for a total of 97 carries during their Week 14 matchup. This was the most carries in a game since Week 10 in 1981 where the Chiefs and the Bears combined for a total of 100 carries.

  • The combined total of 156 passing yards between the Colts and the Bills is the fewest in a game since the Week 5 matchup of the 2010 season between the Bears and the Panthers. 3

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    Snowball

    The combined total of 156 passing yards between the Colts and the Bills is the fewest in a game since the Week 5 matchup of the 2010 season between the Bears and the Panthers.

  • The Bills and the Colts achieved a combined total of 425 offensive yards, the second fewest in regulation this season.  Only the 366 total yards by the Dolphins and Titans in Week 5 rank below this game in regulation. 2

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    Joint effort

    The Bills and the Colts achieved a combined total of 425 offensive yards, the second fewest in regulation this season. Only the 366 total yards by the Dolphins and Titans in Week 5 rank below this game in regulation.

  • In the Bills-Colts game played in the snow, the average speed of every player on the field on every play was 4.80 MPH, the slowest average speed in a game this season (NFL average = 5.70 MPH). 1

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    Slow in the snow

    In the Bills-Colts game played in the snow, the average speed of every player on the field on every play was 4.80 MPH, the slowest average speed in a game this season (NFL average = 5.70 MPH).