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Below you will find our 2022 fantasy football projections for the Indianapolis Colts.
Matt Ryan: Ryan posted multi-year lows in TD% (3.6) and Y/A (7.1) in 2021, his age-36 season, and his QB19 fantasy finish was tied for the worst of his career. While he provides the Colts with an upgrade over Carson Wentz, Ryan isn't much more than a streaming option at this point of his career.
Jonathan Taylor: Taylor led the NFL in rush attempts (332), rushing yards (1,811) and rushing touchdowns (18) in addition to yards from scrimmage (2,171) and total touchdowns (20) in 2021. While he isn't as productive of a receiver as, say, Austin Ekeler or Christian McCaffrey (when healthy), he has a total of 76 catches for 659 yards over the past two seasons as well so he contributes in that aspect as well.
Nyheim Hines: As a change-of-pace option to Jonathan Taylor, Hines has a minimum of 40 catches in each of his four NFL seasons. That said, it would take an injury to Taylor for Hines to become a weekly play outside of bye weeks.
|Michael Pittman Jr.||90.9||1104.5||6.2||6||51||0.3||200|
Michael Pittman Jr.: Pittman took a big step forward in his second season with a 25.7% target share and finished with 88 catches, 1,082 yards and six touchdowns. Finishing as a top-17 fantasy receiver across all scoring formats, Pittman has a chance to take another step forward in 2022.
Parris Campbell: The Colts drafted Campbell in the second round of the 2019 NFL Draft, but he's managed to play only 15 games over the past three seasons. Can he reverse his bad luck in 2022 and stay healthy?
Alec Pierce: Pierce's combination of size (6' 3" and 213 pounds), speed (4.41 40-yard dash) and leaping ability (40.5" vertical jump) should lead to some big plays in the Colts offense. Especially given Campbell's durability history, the second-round receiver has a chance to make an immediate impact.
Mo Alie-Cox: Alie-Cox had 24 catches for 316 yards and four touchdowns last season, but there is a good chance that he's more involved in the passing game in 2022 following Jack Doyle's retirement this offseason. In fact, it wouldn't surprise me if he finished second among the team's receivers and tight ends in receiving.
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