|Offense||13th||101.8 (17th)||262.3 (12th)|
|Defense||30th||117.7 (25th)||293.5 (29th)|
|43||Carter, Chris||LB||6-1||245||4/6/1989||6||Fresno State|
|74||Castonzo, Anthony||T||6-7||311||8/9/1988||6||Boston College|
|62||Clark, Le'Raven||T||6-5||319||4/22/1993||R||Texas Tech|
|15||Dorsett, Phillip||WR||5-10||185||1/5/1993||2||Miami (Fla.)|
|84||Doyle, Jack||TE||6-6||267||5/5/1990||4||Western Kentucky|
|Edwards, Lavar||DE||6-4||275||4/29/1990||4||Louisiana State|
|41||Farley, Matthias||DB||5-11||210||7/15/1992||R||Notre Dame|
|26||Geathers, Clayton||FS||6-2||220||6/1/1992||2||Central Florida|
|71||Good, Denzelle||G||6-5||355||3/8/1991||2||Mars Hill|
|23||Gore, Frank||RB||5-9||217||5/14/1983||12||Miami (Fla.)|
|73||Haeg, Joe||T||6-6||304||3/11/1993||R||North Dakota State|
|13||Hilton, T.Y.||WR||5-9||180||11/14/1989||5||Florida International|
|53||Jackson, Edwin||LB||6-0||230||12/19/1991||1||Georgia Southern|
|98||Mathis, Robert||OLB||6-2||245||2/26/1981||14||Alabama A&M|
|1||McAfee, Pat||P||6-1||233||5/2/1987||8||West Virginia|
|99||McGill, T.Y.||DT||6-0||310||11/23/1992||2||North Carolina State|
|30||Melvin, Rashaan||CB||6-2||193||10/2/1989||4||Northern Illinois|
|75||Mewhort, Jack||G||6-6||312||8/30/1991||3||Ohio State|
|45||Overton, Matt||LS||6-1||243||7/6/1985||5||Western Washington|
|76||Reitz, Joe||T||6-7||325||8/24/1985||6||Western Michigan|
|25||Robinson, Patrick||CB||5-11||191||9/7/1987||7||Florida State|
|80||Rogers, Chester||WR||6-1||180||1/12/1994||R||Grambling State|
|86||Swoope, Erik||TE||6-5||257||5/8/1992||1||Miami (Fla.)|
|33||Turbin, Robert||RB||5-10||225||12/2/1989||5||Utah State|
|4||Vinatieri, Adam||K||6-0||206||12/28/1972||21||South Dakota State|
|93||Walden, Erik||OLB||6-2||250||8/21/1985||9||Middle Tennessee State|
|11||Bray, Quan (IR)||WR||5-10||186||4/28/1993||2||Auburn|
|Cage, Isiah (IR)||T||6-5||312||8/26/1993||R||Wis.-Eau Claire|
|58||Cole, Trent (IR)||OLB||6-3||270||10/5/1982||12||Cincinnati|
|85||Griswold, Darion (IR)||TE||6-5||264||12/23/1992||R||Arkansas State|
|89||McFarland, Mike (IR)||TE||6-5||252||11/15/1991||2||South Florida|
|43||Mitchel, Tevin (IR)||CB||6-0||190||8/3/1992||2||Arkansas|
|41||Southward, Dezmen (IR)||FS||6-2||210||10/1/1990||2||Wisconsin|
|59||Thompson, Ron (IR)||LB||6-4||268||8/2/1993||R||Syracuse|
|69||Thornton, Hugh (IR)||G||6-3||320||6/28/1991||4||Illinois|
|36||Williamson, Andrew (IR)||DB||6-1||212||11/18/1992||R||Vanderbilt|
|40||Milton, Chris||DB||5-11||190||9/15/1992||R||Georgia Tech|
|Morris, Stephen||QB||6-2||218||8/27/1992||1||Miami (Fla.)|
|64||Quarles, Kelcy||DT||6-4||310||1/23/1992||2||South Carolina|
|Rhodes, Luke||LB||6-2||242||12/2/1992||R||William & Mary|
|67||Vujnovich, Jeremy||T||6-5||300||10/12/1990||1||Louisiana Coll.|
|Team||OLine Avg. Ht||OLine Avg. Wt||DLine Avg. Ht||DLine Avg. Wt||Avg. Age||Youngest||Oldest|
Reitz seems likely to play this Sunday against the Bears after missing last weeks contest due to a back injury. If he for some reason cannot take the field this Sunday, expect Le'Raven Clark to start for a second consecutive week.
Rogers played 53-of-74 snaps on offense and could be set for an even larger role next week with Quan Bray, Phillip Dorsett and Dwayne Allen all leaving the game with injuries.
McNary got all the snaps at inside linebacker opposite D'Qwell Jackson, but he came out on nickle and dime packages with Jackson saying in (he played all 71 snaps). Still, it looks like McNary will get the vast majority of playing time opposite Jackson over Antonio Morrison after the release of Sio Moore.
Jones' return could help a struggling defensive line, but he may need another week or two before he's up to full speed.
Castonzo has been a starter for Indianapolis since entering the league in 2011.
Mewhort was getting these reps due to Gosder Cherilus unavailable. Mewhort entered the league as a left guard.
"Versatility is hard to find," Colts coach Chuck Pagano said. "So obviously him playing a bunch of spots and playing everywhere along the line is definitely the more you can do. I think everybody is well aware of that spot and us trying to fill that hole right now. I'm fully confident that we've got the guys in this building right now that we're going to be fine there."
Seattle picked the Buffalo alum in the sixth round of the 2015 NFL Draft. He played in just one game with the team during his rookie season.
Southward had knee surgery in late May and landed on the team's injured reserve list last week. He's now eligible to sign a deal with another team.
With Patrick Robinson our with a knee injury and Darius Butler dealing with a broken finger, Melvin got the second most snaps at cornerback and could continue to start next to Vontae Davis.
Coffman was with the Colts for training camp and the preseason, but he failed to land a spot on the final roster. With top TE Dwayne Allen (ankle) considered week-to-week and likely to miss at least one game, Coffman will provide depth behind Jack Doyle and Erik Swoope.
Griswold hadn't practiced with the Colt's at all in training camp, remaining on the PUP list for the duration of time he was with the team. If he clears waivers, Indianapolis will likely add him to their IR list.
There was a chance that Cole would be forced to sit out of Sunday's game with his back not at 100 percent, but it looks like he'll be ready to play after some time off from practice.
Swoope got the first extensive playing time of his career (41 snaps) after Dwayne Allen went down with an injury. With Quan Bray and Phillip Dorsett also hurt during the game, he was pressed into a larger role. He could find significant snaps as well this week if Allen remains out.
Turbin returned from a one-game absence and surprisingly displaced Josh Ferguson as the top passing-down back, though the rookie did still get some snaps (but not touches). Per usual, Frank Gore dominated the rushing workload, leaving Turbin and Ferguson to divvy up the third-down snaps and occasional leftovers.
Carter, a reserve linebacker, has tallied just two tackles on the season. His release clears room for the addition of ex-Dolphins OL Billy Turner.
Todman has been limited to special teams the first two weeks as it looks like he's fallen behind both Robert Turbin and Josh Ferguson on the running back depth chart.
Kerr is week-to-week with an ankle injury and wasn't expected to take part in Sunday's action anyway.
The Colts could have major depth issues this week in their receiving corps with Donte Moncrief, Phillip Dorsett and Dwayne all potentially sidelined with injuries. Bray will be a bigger loss on special teams where he was both the punt and kickoff returner. Chester Rogers will likely return punts, but it's not clear who may return kickoffs.
Hilton was limited with the injury Wednesday and there wasn't word of a setback, so this could be just a day of rest for the ailment. Fantasy owners will want to check to see if he can practice Friday.
Josh McNary got all the snaps at inside linebacker opposite D'Qwell Jackson as it looks like Morrison will have a deep reserve role after the release of Sio Moore. Morrison played 25 snaps last week when McNary left the game with an injury, but McNary was fully healthy Sunday.
"We've got some guys that we're moving around," coach Chuck Pagano said, per ESPN. "Come training camp, still going to be some competition."
After a slow start with just eight tackles the first two games, Jackson's tackle totals are starting to increase. It's no coincidence the increase comes as Indy's secondary returns to full health, forcing opponents to attack the middle of the field more frequently.
Adams has been about the only stable part of Indy's defense as he's played all six games and is averaging 5.6 tackles per game which is about the same as the 5.7 he posted last season.
In a surprising move, Edwards was waived by the Panthers on Tuesday despite the fact that his one sack on the year is more than both of Carolina's starting defensive ends combined (0.5 between Charles Johnson and Kony Ealy). Nonetheless, the hybrid linebacker/defensive end will now provide the Colts with depth at a few spots on defense.
Moncrief's fractured scapula suffered in Week 2 was initially expected to sideline him for four-to-six weeks, so he's close to the time he'd be expected to return. However, he hasn't returned to practice this week and there's no indications he'll be able to play this week. Still, he could return next week as head coach Chuck Pagano said Monday he's getting close to returning.
Dwayne Allen exited the game with an ankle injury early in the first quarter, leaving Doyle in an every-down role as the top tight end, ultimately logging 64 of the 71 offensive snaps, according to Pro Football Focus. While he didn't get a corresponding bump in target volume, Doyle made the most of his limited looks, just as he's done all season. He's now hauled in 20 of his 23 targets for 204 yards, with three of those catches going for touchdowns, including a score from 22 yards out Sunday night. In the event Allen is unavailable, Doyle could be a big part of the offense in Week 7 against Tennessee.
Luck has been getting days off or has been limited at times each week to manage the workload on his sore shoulder. However, the ankle injury is new, so it's something to also monitor. Still, there's been no talk that Luck is in danger of missing this week's game.
McGill had the first two sacks of his NFL career as the undrafted free agent from North Carolina state saw an increased role on the defensive line. He could see a larger role in Week 17 as he auditions for a prominent job in 2016.
Scott Tolzien will be the backup to Andrew Luck to begin the season. Morris will likely spend all season on the practice squad in the the hopes he'll develop to be more of a factor in 2017.
Gore reached the century mark for the first time since his final game with the 49ers, also becoming the Colts' first 100-yard rusher since Week 15 of 2012. He accounted for 22 of the team's 25 running-back carries, with Robert Turbin getting the other three while also adding four catches in a passing-down role. The lack of competition for early-down work has allowed Gore to get 15 or more touches in 20 of his 22 games with the Colts, including every week this season. Next up is a road matchup with the Titans.
Green's active status comes as a bit of a surprise considering he did not practice all week. Regardless, the Colts' secondary will welcome Green with open arms as it looks to contain Philip Rivers and company.
Haeg suffered an ankle injury at practice this week and wasn't able to recover in time for Week 1's game. At this point it looks as if he will be week-to-week, and once he is back he will move into a backup role along the Colts' offensive line.
Langford suffered damage to cartilage in his knee during the preseason and played only 22 snaps in Week 1. It wouldn't be surprising to see the Colts gradually increase his snap count as they become more sure of his health.
Tolzien looked sharper in his second preseason game and appeared to put some distance between himself and Stephen Morris for the backup job behind Andrew Luck.
He missed a second consecutive practice and with Chuck Pagano having labeled him as "day-to-day," it seems like he's at risk to miss this week's game. However, we'll have to see if he's able to practice Friday.
Mathis has just one sack in six games. While it's possible this may be the spark that gets him going, he may also not have much left at age 35.
Walden had just three sacks last season, so hopefully this is a good sign for his production this season. He's set to get the most playing time at outside linebacker as he played 42 of 64 snaps on defense.
Overton tweeted on his personal account that he will be with the Colts for another four years. In three seasons with the Colts, Overton has appeared in 48 games and has made 22 special teams tackles.
He was named to the Pro Bowl in 2013.
Anderson is nearing a return from his ACL tear that he suffered last season, but the 25-year-old will have to wait at least another week before he can return to action. It was encouraging to see Anderson practice Wednesday, albeit in a limited fashion. How his knee fares in next week's practice will likely decided whether or not he'll suit up for Week 3.
Head coach Chuck Pagano praised Jackson in the preseason and he was a candidate to even start at inside linebacker with Sio Moore were to miss Week 1 with injury. He could be a factor later in the season.
The specifics of his injury remain veiled. Nonetheless, Thompson is now free to sign with another organization.
Ferguson oddly had a smaller role than usual even with backup running back Robert Turbin out with an injury. Ferguson played just 14 snaps as Frank Gore played 54-of-68 snaps in the win. Ferguson should remain active in the passing game, but he's not getting enough playing time for viable fantasy value in most formats.
Mitchel missed all of last season due to injury, and entered this season on the IR. He injured his hamstring in the team's final preseason game. The 24-year-old has yet to play in a regular season game.
Butler played last week just a few days after surgery on a finger, but then suffered another injury in the game. He hasn't practiced this week and appears unlikely to play Sunday against Tennessee.
McAfee would have been an unrestricted free agent if he didn't sign the deal by Tuesday.
Ayers played just 19 snaps, but his production could earn him more playing time.
The wording suggests Allen will likely miss at least one game, likely leaving Jack Doyle as the team's top option at tight end temporarily. Considering that Allen and Doyle have cut into each other's targets all season, it's possible the latter could actually get more work than what's come to be expected of the man he's replacing. Allen's practice availability will still be worth monitoring later this week, as the Colts still haven't commented on his injury.
He's not likely to get much playing time but will add depth as this signing likely indicates Donte Moncrief will miss a game or more with a shoulder injury.
Ridgeway (6-foot-3, 303) had some injury troubles at Texas, but he was generally productive and certainly has good athleticism for his position, highlighted by a 32-inch vertical and 113-inch broad jump. He'll likely contribute as a 3-4 end for the Colts.
Parry has been productive as Indy's nose tackle with ten tackles in three games. He may not get many sacks, however.
Alas, Vinatieri didn't get a chance to tie the record with a game-winning attempt as the Colts couldn't get into field goal range in a tied game late in the fourth quarter or overtime. Vinatieri is having an amazing late-career peak at age 43.
The Colts will have battle for starting spots at center and on the right side of the line.
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