If we’re talking adults, the larger sauropods easily dominate any kind of carnivore. Indominus is the exception of course, but when you’re all crowded together going invisible isn’t going to help, and you can’t get out of the way of falling bodies or massive attacks that may not even have been targeted at you in the first place. The sauropods have the sheer mass to crush everything else, teeth, claws and all. Even if you can bite through a sauropod’s armour, getting a well-placed bite in all the chaos isn’t going to be easy, especially when you’re talking about getting your jaws around what is essentially a vertical wall. To bite something you need to physically get it between your jaws. You could aim for the neck, but in the case of Brachi, Giraffatitan, Nodopato and Maxima it’ll be out of reach. Going for the tail is usually a bad idea, and I’m not sure how much damage that would deal anyway.
Besides, in order to attack you’d have to get within being-crushed distance.
Indoraptor Gen 2 and Blue are both extremely intelligent, but sometimes there’s just nothing you can do.
Neither of them can take down sauropods anyway.
Maybe Tuoramoloch would have ESP or something though. We know that it’s spikes give it some sort of unknown sensory powers, and in raids it’s the only creature capable of somehow increasing the speed of the rest of the team, almost like it’s moving them with its mind.
That one’s a bit far-fetched though.
Another equally far-fetched one is regarding the Indominuses again. You see, they have the ability to change their heat signature, something they allegedly got from tree frogs, but this is contradictory. Tree frogs use colour-changing to change the way their bodies emit heat (different colours emit heat differently ) but in the movie, the Indominus does this while invisible, which is scientifically impossible. This suggests that maybe it has some other way of regulating its heat signature. You could blow this uncertainty waay out of proportion and say that it would be able to go all Alatreon and melt/freeze all the other creatures that get too close.
Also, I’d like to return to a point @DinoMaster3000 brought up. Adrenaline and Indom G2. Human beings have done some crazy stuff under the influence of adrenaline, so a gigantic bloodthirsty carnivore that’s genetically modified to exploit this effect should not be overlooked.