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Game facts: Colts at Packers

Mind-blowing stat:  At least one of these two teams, the Colts or the Packers, have made the playoffs in every season since 1993 

Air raid in Indy:  The Colts have a 64.4 pass play percentage this season (6th-highest in NFL). If that number stands, it would be the highest pass percentage in Colts history.

Slow starters:  The Colts have a -22 point differential in the first half this season (28th in NFL). 

Too many sacks:  The Colts have allowed 31 sacks this season, the most in the NFL. 

Problematic defense:  The Colts defense has allowed 6.3 yards per play (29th in NFL) and 23.8 points per game (27th). 

Not good company:  The Colts defense has two interceptions so far this season, putting them on pace for four by the end of the year. The only team to have four or fewer defensive INTs in a season (since 1970) is the 2008 Lions, who finished 0-16. 

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