Two catches in win

Pittman brought in two of five targets for 23 yards in the Colts' 41-15 win over the Bills on Sunday.

Pittman and the rest of the Colts' passing game took a clear back seat to the spectacular exploits of Jonathan Taylor, who compiled 204 total yards and five touchdowns. The second-year wideout had racked up 20 total catches over the previous three games, so Sunday's production was certainly a disappointment, irrespective of the fact it seemed more a byproduct of game script than anything else. Pittman will look to bounce back in a Week 12 interconference matchup versus the Buccaneers.

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