In one of their more convincing wins of the season, the Indianapolis Colts came away with a 41-15 road victory over the Buffalo Bills in Week 11.

This was one well-rounded performance by the Colts on both sides of the ball. Running back Jonathan Taylor led the charge for the Colts offense with the second 200-plus yards from scrimmage performance of his season. And to put the cherry on the top with his showing, he recorded five total touchdowns, which is now a new Colts franchise record.

On the other side of the ball, the Colts defense once again stepped up to the occasion. Bills quarterback Josh Allen was only able to anchor a pair of scoring drives, as his two costly interceptions marred his day.

The Colts have now won three straight games, but before they look ahead to Week 12, they sure may look back on these four takeaways from such a dominating performance against the Bills.

Colts Week 11 takeaways

4. Kenny Moore is still underappreciated as a slot corner

Colts slot cornerback Kenny Moore did not kick off the year on the right note, especially as he allowed a passer rating of 100.0-plus while in coverage over the team’s opening two games. But as of late, he is now showing once again on why he is one of the more efficient slot cornerbacks in the NFL today.