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2019 Draft Rankings
Marlon Mack photo 39. Marlon Mack RB - (at JAC)
Now that Andrew Luck is retired, most expect Mack to be on the wrong end of negative game scripts, but the Colts have insisted that he will be on the field on third downs like he was as a rookie. If that is the case, Mack still has RB1 potential to go with a safe floor thanks to an incredible offensive line ahead of him.
12 weeks ago
T.Y. Hilton photo 46. T.Y. Hilton WR - (at JAC)
Through his seven-year career, Hilton has finished inside the top 20 wideouts just 4 times and only once higher than #10. His upside is likely outside that top 10 being that he is 30 years old and sharing an offense with so many weapons. Add in a downgrade at QB and Hilton could end up as a WR3 by season's end.
12 weeks ago
Eric Ebron photo 129. Eric Ebron TE - (at JAC)
You don't need us to tell you that Ebron's going to come back down to earth in 2019, right? Let's say you're optimistic and aren't worried about the additions of Devin Funchess and Parris Campbell, or the return of Jack Doyle. He scored 14 touchdowns in 2018, which ranks as the third-most all-time by a tight end. His targets (110), however, ranked 13th all-time, and his yardage (750) ranked 132nd all-time. Regression was coming, and that's before Andrew Luck announced his retirement. He's just a streaming option with Jacoby Brissett under center.
12 weeks ago
Nyheim Hines photo 141. Nyheim Hines RB - (at JAC)
We already saw the role Hines will have on the Colts, as he's not the lead back but rather the passing-down back. He tallied 85 carries and 81 targets last year, which is more than enough volume in that high-scoring offense to be fantasy relevant. The Colts have said they want Marlon Mack to carry most of the workload, but think of Hines like the Duke Johnson of their offense. He should offer RB4 numbers regularly in PPR formats, though he doesn't offer much upside, even if Mack were to miss time, as they'd share the workload between him, Spencer Ware, and Jordan Wilkins
17 weeks ago
Devin Funchess photo 154. Devin Funchess WR - (at JAC)
The Colts are fond of Parris Campbell long-term, but he is much more of a T.Y. Hilton model than the big-bodied red-zone threat they need on the opposite side like Funchess. He is a safe bet to be their second receiver for Brisset, but that merely makes him a WR5 or WR6.
12 weeks ago
Jack Doyle photo 176. Jack Doyle TE - (at JAC)
You may believe Eric Ebron stole the job from Jack Doyle last season but when Doyle came back from injury, he played 196 snaps to Ebron's 112 so don't rule out the possibility that Doyle is the one to own in Indy. Believe it or not, Doyle was excellent with Brisset two years ago, catching 23 more balls than even T.Y. Hilton.
12 weeks ago
Jacoby Brissett photo 183. Jacoby Brissett QB - (at JAC)
Brissett will be starting for the Colts and while you may think you know his upside, let's remember that he didn't even know the playbook when Indy threw him into the fire after trading for him. His offensive line is much better now, as are his weapons so he may prove to be a worthwhile #2 in two-QB leagues.
12 weeks ago
Parris Campbell photo 213. Parris Campbell WR - (at JAC)
There are many who are expecting Campbell to walk into the Colts offense and make an immediate impact, but that may be tough considering he might be the fifth target in the offense behind T.Y. Hilton, Eric Ebron, Jack Doyle, Nyheim Hines, and maybe even Devin Funchess. There's no doubt that Campbell is explosive with the ball in his hands, but the targets might be sporadic in year one. Knowing that Andrew Luck has retired, it's best to let someone else take Campbell in your drafts.
12 weeks ago
Indianapolis Colts photo 242. Indianapolis Colts DST - (at JAC)
Adam Vinatieri photo 248. Adam Vinatieri K - (at JAC)
Vinatieri doesn't have the leg of a Greg Zuerlein but he does have Andrew Luck and a dome for his home which is an enticing combination for a fantasy kicker.
23 weeks ago
Jordan Wilkins photo 267. Jordan Wilkins RB - (at JAC)
It's tough to have a gauge on the Colts running back situation behind Marlon Mack, though it appears as if Nyheim Hines is in the same role no matter what, while Wilkins and Spencer Ware fight for the handcuff role. As of now, you should gravitate towards the younger Wilkins who has experience in the offense and really got it together after a slow start in 2018. After just 136 yards on his first 38 carries (3.58 yards per carry), he totaled 200 yards on his next 22 carries (9.09 yards per carry). It's a small sample size, but it's an explosive offense that only got better as the year went on
17 weeks ago
Bruce Anderson photo 363. Bruce Anderson RB - (at JAC)
Bruce Arians is tremendous with running backs and while most seem to think Ronald Jones or even Peyton Barber, again, will be the starter, Anderson was the one Arians picked himself. He is the classic mold of an Arians back, and he certainly hasn't been shy to avoid unheard of RBs in the past. Don't rule out Anderson winning this job like Alfred Morris did in Washington his rookie year.
17 weeks ago
Chester Rogers photo 424. Chester Rogers WR - (at JAC)
Brian Hoyer photo 428. Brian Hoyer QB - (at JAC)
Mo Alie-Cox photo 443. Mo Alie-Cox TE - (at JAC)
Chad Kelly photo 469. Chad Kelly QB - (at JAC)
Zach Pascal photo 505. Zach Pascal WR - (at JAC)
Jonathan Williams photo 542. Jonathan Williams RB - (at JAC)
Darius Jackson photo 544. Darius Jackson RB - (at JAC)
Daurice Fountain photo 596. Daurice Fountain WR - (at JAC)
Chad Williams photo 624. Chad Williams WR - (at JAC)
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