The Indianapolis Colts’ offensive line has been quite dominant in the past three games. Quarterback Andrew Luck has not been sacked in 160 consecutive drop backs which started after a sack in the first quarter against the New England Patriots in Week 6. On the ground, the line has been just as stellar. The team has averaged 170 yards rushing per game the last three weeks and Marlon Mack has benefitted greatly from the revamped offensive line.
Leading the way up front is a litany of high drat picks. Former first round pick and starting center Ryan Kelly is having his best season as a pro. Rookies Quenton Nelson and Braden Smith are proving that they well worth the investment this past April. Starting left tackle Anthony Castonzo has been back to his old self since returning from injury in Week 7.


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