Still, the Colts average 25.6 carries for 103.2 yards rushing per game. The Dallas Cowboys shut all of that down, making history in the process.
Dallas set a franchise record by limiting the Colts to one measly yard rushing on 10 attempts in their 42-7 blowout win Sunday afternoon.
The previous low by the Cowboys occurred in October 1966, when they held Pittsburgh to seven yards rushing in a 52-21 win.
Defensive tackle Tyrone Crawford set the tone, dropping Daniel Herron for a five-yard loss on the Colts' first offensive play. The Colts had four minus runs, and did not have a carry of more than four yards.
"It's a really, really impressive job by the defense. I can honestly say I don't know that I've ever seen that stat line before: 10 rushes for one yard," coach Jason Garrett said. "There were a lot of different reasons for that. They didn't run the ball very much as the game got a little bit out of whack.
"Our guys did a really good job from the start. We had a tackle for loss on the first play of the game and we did a good job tackling and not letting them get anything started."