DST - IND
Week 7 Outlook
The Colts defense gave up three touchdowns on Sunday as the team beat the Bengals by a 31-27 score in Week 6 action.
The Colts D/ST had one interception, two sacks, four tackles for losses and 11 passes defended on Sunday. The defense heads into a bye in Week 7 and then faces the Steelers in a tough match up in Week 8.
Colts owner Jim Irsay says that the team's positive test results this morning were false positives.
The Colts closed their practice facility this morning in wake of the news. However, they'll likely be cleared to rejoin the facility on Saturday. The Week 6 matchup between the Colts and Bengals should be played as scheduled.
Per league protocols, the Indianapolis Colts have shut down their practice facility Friday as they look to confirm several positive COVID-19 test results.
Just like with the Jets and the Falcons, the test results need to be confirmed, as they could be false-positives. However, per league rules, the Colts have shut down their practice facility while they confirm the test results. The Colts play host to the Bengals in Week 6. If any of the initial positive test results are confirmed to be players, this game has the potential to be in jeopardy of being played on Sunday. Stay tuned for more information out of Indianapolis.
The Colts defense gave up 389 yards of total offense as the team lost to the Browns on Sunday by a 32-23 score in Week 5 action.
The Colts D/ST came away with two interceptions, one sack, four tackles for losses, and scored a touchdown on a kickoff return on Sunday. The defense goes against the Bengals in Week 6 and should be owned in 12-14 team leagues and deeper.
The Colts D/ST gave up just one touchdown on Sunday as the team beat the Bears by a 19-11 score in Week 4 action.
The Colts defense came away with one interception, one sack, three tackles for losses and seven passes defended on Sunday. The team plays the Browns in Week 5 and is worth starting in most fantasy leagues.