Indianapolis Colts Depth Chart

Indianapolis Colts Depth Chart

AFC South
Stadium
Lucas Oil Stadium
Head Coach
Frank Reich
Offensive Coordinator
Nick Sirianni
Defensive Coordinator
Matt Eberflus
Special Teams Coach
Ray "Bubba"Ventrone
Defensive Scheme
4-3
Team News
Zach Pascal Catches Touchdown

Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Zach Pascal caught his second touchdown of the season in a win against the Bengals. He had a season-high four catches on seven targets. Pascal has just two games this season where he has over 50 yards receiving, and he consistently sees over 75 percent of the team's offensive snaps. His lack of consistent production with a high snap count makes him an unreliable fantasy option going forward. He has not shown an ability to explode and have a big game, being that today's game against the Bengals was his best fantasy performance of the season. He will look to build on this performance in Week 8 against the Lions but should not be considered as a viable fantasy option.

14 hours ago
T.Y. Hilton Catches Just One Pass

Indianapolis Colts wide receiver T.Y. Hilton was not able to build on last week's performance, catching just one pass for 11 yards on five targets against the Bengals. Hilton continues to disappoint, and there is no reason to consider him as a starting option unless he can string together a couple solid performances in a row. He is catching passes on just a little over 50 percent of his targets, which is definitely concerning. Philip Rivers continues to try throwing him open, but the two are still struggling to build a rapport six weeks into the season. He will look to bounce back in Week 8 against the Lions who allowed 148 receiving yards to Keelan Cole in Week 6.

14 hours ago
Trey Burton Tallies Two Touchdowns

Indianapolis Colts tight end Trey Burton had a great fantasy day with four catches for 58 yards and a touchdown, and he also picked up a one-yard rushing touchdown. Burton has now seen at least five targets in all three games since returning from injury and is becoming the clear No. 1 tight end on the team. He is catching 68 percent of his targets on the season, so he has clearly been adept at getting open and making contested catches when need be. Based on Burton's ascension, he should be considered as a fantasy option every week going forward. Today's fantasy performance is likely his ceiling, but he has the potential to put up solid fantasy performances every week.

14 hours ago
Marcus Johnson Paces Colts In Receiving Yards

Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Marcus Johnson led the team in receiving Sunday with five catches for 108 yards on eight targets. This is likely an outlier performance for Johnson considering he had just four catches for 80 yards in two games prior to Sunday's game against the Bengals. He has seen his snap count increase in each of the three weeks he has been active this season, but that does not make him a reliable fantasy option going forward. Philip Rivers has a new favorite target every week, so any player can lead the team in receiving on any given day. He will look for a similar performance in Week 8 against the Lions.

15 hours ago
Jonathan Taylor Rushes For 60 Yards

Indianapolis Colts running back Jonathan Taylor rushed for 60 yards in a Sunday win against the Bengals. Taylor picked up five yards per carry on the ground and also caught four passes for 55 yards. Taylor clearly had success running the ball but only had 12 attempts due to the Colts digging themselves an early hole and being forced to throw. His four catches for over 50 yards is what should be most encouraging for fantasy owners. He showed that he was able to have a respectable fantasy day despite not picking up a ton of rushing yards. This is the fourth straight game where Taylor has averaged at least four yards per carry, proving that he is a capable workhorse back. He will rest up next week and return Week 8 against the Lions.

15 hours ago