Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Indianapolis Colts 2019 Fantasy Football Projections

In addition to viewing our 2019 Fantasy Football Projections by position, we will post our preseason projections per team.

Below you will find our 2019 fantasy football projections for the Indianapolis Colts.




Andrew Luck602.5400.74398.335.2514.7650.3211.31.26316.1
Winner of the NFL Comeback of the Year Award, Luck threw for 4,593 yards and 39 touchdowns, both of which were the second-most of his career. Finishing as fantasy's QB5 last season, Luck has now finished as a top-five fantasy quarterback in four consecutive seasons where he's played at least 15 games.
Jacoby Brissett9.25.562.

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Marlon Mack238.91051.29.9128.4244.21.35197.1
Missing four games in 2018, Mack has now missed multiple games in each of his first two seasons. Highly productive when he was on the field, the second-year back had at least 119 rushing yards and a touchdown (or more) in five of his final 12 games counting the playoffs. During that 12-game span, Mack scored 11 total touchdowns. Running behind one of the league's best offensive lines, Mack has legitimate top-five upside despite having a late-second/early-third round ADP.
Nyheim Hines71.3263.81.4350.2341.41.7679.66
The selection of second-round receiver Parris Campbell could cut into his receiving opportunities some, but Hines should get north of 50 receptions as a change-of-pace to Mack.
Jordan Wilkins29.3123.10.884.629.40.0921.07
Spencer Ware12.656.70.387.571.30.2316.46

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T.Y. Hilton76.81240.36.53000163.21
Excluding the season that Andrew Luck missed, Hilton has five consecutive seasons over 1,000 yards. Hilton missed two games last season and dealt with a high-ankle sprain down the stretch, but he set career highs with 10.6 yards per target, 90.7 yards per game and a catch rate of 63.3 percent. The only drawback with the 5-foot-10 receiver is that he has never had more than seven touchdowns in any of his seven seasons.
Devin Funchess46.3615.85.7900096.32
The Colts target their tight ends often in the red zone, but Funchess gives Andrew Luck a TE-sized receiver. Only 25 years old and just two seasons removed from a top-25 season, Funchess will help Luck more than he'll be a viable fantasy option on his own outside of deeper leagues.
Parris Campbell41.9410.63.1410.547.30.2165.89
Campbell gives the Colts another dynamic speedster, but there's a good chance that he could be No. 5 or even 6 in line for targets as a rookie. Like Funchess, Campbell's 2019 impact will be more of a boost for Luck.
Chester Rogers18.2191.10.9100024.57
Deon Cain10.91330.9800019.18
Zach Pascal4.747.90.290006.53

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Eric Ebron51.3574.66.0300093.64
The former top-10 pick, Ebron had a breakout season in his first with Andrew Luck and the Colts. Ebron turned his 110 targets into 66 catches for 750 yards and 13 touchdowns. Ebron's target volume will drop as long as Jack Doyle stays healthy all season, but he's in the next tier of tight ends outside the top six.
Jack Doyle52.3475.94.8400076.63
Missing 10 games last season, Doyle (hip) has resumed running routes at full speed. Doyle is essentially going undrafted based on his current ADP, but he is an excellent streaming option for someone that decides to punt the position.
Mo Alie-Cox10.7133.81.6100023.04
Alie-Cox has generated some buzz this offseason and if Ebron and/or Doyle were to miss any time this season, he could parlay that into some fantasy-relevant weeks given how much the Colts offense involves their tight ends.

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