Marlon Mack

Marlon Mack Fantasy

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Height / Weight
6'0" / 210 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
March 7, 1996 (24)
4th Season
2017 / Rd. 4 / Pk. 143 (IND)
South Florida

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Marlon Mack News

Marlon Mack Was Colts Most Explosive Runner In 2019

Indianapolis Colts running back Marlon Mack was the team's running game in 2019, which is why his broken hand in the second half of the season coincided with their late-season descent. He broke 15 mph on 51 runs (fourth-most among running backs) and had 28 runs of 10-plus yards. While Mack was an underrated explosive runner last year, his fantasy stock took a major hit when the Colts drafted rookie Jonathan Taylor in April. Mack could see the starting nod early in the season because of his veteran status, but Taylor is fully expected to take over this backfield at some point in 2020. The 24-year-old Mack can still make his mark with fewer touches because of his explosiveness, but he's expected to mainly be a flex option this year.

Jun. 4th • 2:45 PM
Colts Have Respect For Marlon Mack's Veteran Standing

Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich discussed whether running back Marlon Mack should have a lead on retaining the starting running back spot over rookie Jonathan Taylor in 2020. "Theres definitely inherent respect for the starter returning. And thats the way I see this.I see it as a 1-1 (punch)," Reich said. Mack and Taylor will form a one-one punch, but the Colts also foresee a big role for pass-catching back Nyheim Hines, so this could be a complicated backfield for fantasy owners to navigate. Reich mentioned Hines as a "role-playing starter." Even though Mack might be the nominal "starter" in Week 1, everyone expects Taylor to eventually take the lead in this backfield, making Mack more of an RB3/flex in the long run in 2020.

Jun. 1st • 4:00 PM
Marlon Mack, Jonathan Taylor To Form One-Two Punch

Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich wants both running backs Marlon Mack and rookie Jonathan Taylor involved in the running game in 2020. The Colts traded up in the second round to draft Taylor, who ran for 2,003 yards and 21 touchdowns last year at Wisconsin. His 12 career games with at least 200 rushing yards are the most by any player in college football history. "With Jonathan into the mix, I really envision that itll be Jonathan and Marlon really being that one-two punch," Reich said. Mack ran for over 1,000 yards for the first time in his three seasons in 2019, but he has yet to truly distance himself in Indy's backfield, and Taylor could easily separate himself in this committee approach before long. Mack will probably be first off the board in drafts as an RB 2/3 type, but Taylor is an excellent handcuff and has more upside in what could be a very dynamic offense with quarterback Philip Rivers and rookie wideout Michael Pittman Jr. added to the mix.

May. 3rd • 12:49 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Philip Rivers
Jacoby Brissett
RB Jonathan Taylor
Marlon Mack
LWR T.Y. Hilton
Dezmon Patmon
RWR Michael Pittman Jr.
Marcus Johnson
SWR Parris Campbell
Zach Pascal
TE Jack Doyle
Trey Burton
LT Anthony Castonzo
Chaz Green
LG Quenton Nelson
Jake Eldrenkamp
C Ryan Kelly
RG Mark Glowinski
Javon Patterson
RT Braden Smith
Le'Raven Clark
LDE Kemoko Turay
Al-Quadin Muhammad
UT DeForest Buckner
Denico Autry
NT Grover Stewart
Sheldon Day
RDE Justin Houston
Ben Banogu
SLB Matthew Adams
MLB Anthony Walker
Bobby Okereke
WLB Darius Leonard
E.J. Speed
LCB T.J. Carrie
Marvell Tell III
SS Khari Willis
Rolan Milligan
FS Malik Hooker
Julian Blackmon
RCB Xavier Rhodes
Kenny Moore II
NB Rock Ya-Sin
K Chase McLaughlin
Rodrigo Blankenship