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AFC South Standings

Team Div Overall
1-0-0 2-1-0
0-1-1 1-1-1
0-0-0 1-2-0
0-0-1 0-2-1

Top Colts News

  • Colts' Zaire Franklin: Team-high 12 stops in win

    Franklin notched 12 tackles (eight solo), including one for loss, and one pass defense during Sunday's 20-17 win over the Chiefs.

    Franklin has recorded back-to-back games with double-digit tackles, giving him 30 stops through three games. As long as Shaquille Leonard (back) remains out, Franklin figures to have a major role in the Colts' defense.

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  • Colts' Chase McLaughlin: Shifts back to practice squad

    McLaughlin reverted to the Colts' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log.

    McLaughlin will once again head down to Indianapolis' practice squad after serving as the team's starting kicker in Sunday's win over the Chiefs. Expect the Colts to exercise the 26-year-old's final practice-squad elevation ahead of Week 4's contest against the Titans.

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  • Colts' Yannick Ngakoue: Gets first sack as Colt

    Ngakoue had two tackles and a sack in Sunday's win over Kansas City.

    Ngakoue played on 43 of the defense's 64 snaps despite being limited in practice during the week due to a back injury. He had his first productive game for the Colts after providing little pressure in the pass rush the first two games. The Colts need him to have a bigger impact following his trade from the Raiders for cornerback Rock Ya-Sin.

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  • Colts' Rodney Thomas: Increased role Sunday

    Thomas had two total tackles in Sunday's win over Kansas City, seeing an increase in playing time after starting free safety Julian Blackmon left due to a sprained ankle.

    Thomas played on 52 of the defense's 64 snaps. He looks set to start and have a larger role if Blackmon is sidelined in Week 4.

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  • Colts' Nick Cross: Loses starting role

    Cross played just one snap on defense and five snaps on special teams in Sunday's Week 3 win over the Chiefs.

    Cross, a third-round 2022 draft pick, began the season as the starter at strong safety and played on every defensive snap Week 1. However, he was replaced by Rodney McLeod as a starter. It looks like Cross may be stuck on the bench while being developed. However, he could be more of a factor Week 4 if Julian Blackmon missed time with a sprained ankle.

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  • Colts' Rodney McLeod: Moves into starting role

    McLeod started at strong safety and had five total tackles, two passes defensed and an interception in Sunday's win over Kansas City.

    McLeod played on all 59 of the defense's snaps as he got increased playing time with rookie Nick Cross moving back to the bench (just one snap on defense). It looks like McLeod has a starting role and should continue to get plenty of snaps with Julian Blackmon possibly missing time with a sprained ankle.

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  • Colts' Mike Strachan: Small role Sunday

    Strachan did not have a target or reception while playing just six snaps on offense in Sunday's win over Kansas City.

    Strachan is a distant fifth receiver in the offense and may not get much playing time unless there are several injuries. He had just three targets last week when both Michael Pittman and Alec Pierce were out with injuries, so that doesn't bode well for any future meaningful role.

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  • Colts' Kylen Granson: Just two receptions Sunday

    Granson had two receptions for seven yards on two targets in Sunday's win over Kansas City.

    After two games, it looked like Granson may emerge as the top tight end in the Colts' passing game and see a larger share of the targets. However, that trend took a step back Week 3. He played fewer snaps (42 to 30) and ran fewer routes (23 to 13) than Mo Alie-Cox, though Granson had more targets (2-1). However, Jelani Woods caught two touchdowns (while running just 12 routes), making him another viable tight end in Indianapolis. The end result is that Granson's role is too small and inconsistent for most fantasy formats.

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  • Colts' Julian Blackmon: Dealing with ankle sprain

    Blackmon was diagnosed with a sprained ankle following Sunday's win over Kansas City, James Boyd of The Athletic reports.

    Blackmon left the Colts' Week 3 win in the first half due to his ankle injury and will be monitored throughout the week ahead of Sunday's matchup against Tennessee. If he's unavailable against the Titans, Rodney Thomas will likely take on an increased role in the Colts' secondary.

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  • Colts' Ashton Dulin: Moves to lesser role

    Dulin had just one reception for seven yards on his lone target in Sunday's win over Kansas City.

    With both Michael Pittman and Alec Pierce returning from injuries, Dulin returned to his fourth receiver role. Dulin played on just 18 of the offense's 71 snaps. However, he's shown more this season than starter Parris Campbell (just five receptions in three games), so it wouldn't be surprising to see Dulin overtake Campbell for a larger role in the offense before too long.

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  • Colts' Mo Alie-Cox: Just one reception

    Alie-Cox had one reception for nine yards on three targets in Sunday's win over Kansas City.

    Alie-Cox's role on the offense continues to shrink even though he played the most snaps and ran the most routes of Indy's tight ends (Alie-Cox with 42 snaps compared to 16 for Jelani Woods and 30 for Kylen Granson). He already was splitting time with Granson in terms of targets and routes, but then Woods caught two touchdowns Sunday. Alie-Cox's 6-foot-5 height looked set to make him a primary red-zone target of Matt Ryan, but he may have been supplanted by the 6-foot-7 Woods in that role as well.

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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Non-factor again

    Campbell started at receiver next to Michael Pittman, but he had just two receptions for 10 yards on two targets in Sunday's win over Kansas City.

    Campbell played on 58 of the offense's 71 snaps, outpacing Alec Pierce (32) and Ashton Dulin (18). However, Pierce had five targets in his return from a concussion. Campbell has been almost a non-factor in the offense despite seeing the second-most snaps among receivers with just five receptions for 47 yards and no touchdowns through three games. He could be at risk of losing his starting job before too long.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Rushing Passing Overall
Off. 104.3
Def. 77.0


Player Injury
S. Leonard OLB Shaquille Leonard OLB Back
J. Blackmon FS Julian Blackmon FS Ankle
S. Gilmore CB Stephon Gilmore CB Hamstring
T. Denbow SAF Trevor Denbow SAF Undisclosed
B. Raimann OT Bernhard Raimann OT Ankle

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