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Insiders Report: Indy's Running Backs's Ed Thompson takes you deep inside the numbers of Joseph Addai and Kenton Keith to show how the presence of each one in the backfield impacts the Colts' playcalling strategy. Colts fans, as well as the fans of their upcoming opponents, will want to read this exclusive insiders report.

The Basics Joseph Addai:  In 10 starts and game appearances this season, Addai has 202 carries for 876 yards (5th in the NFL) with a 4.34 average and nine rushing touchdowns. Out of the running backs who have rushed for at least 500 yards this season, Addai ranks 11th in the league in rushing average. As a receiver, he's caught 31 passes for 269 yards (8.7 yards per catch) and two touchdowns... Recommended Stories

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