Indianapolis Colts

Stadium: Lucas Oil Stadium | Coach: Frank Reich
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense31st103.8 (21st)180.8 (30th)
Defense29th120.4 (25th)246.6 (28th)

Schedule

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Sun Aug 13
L 10 - 24DET
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Sat Aug 19
L 19 - 24@DAL
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Sat Aug 26
W 19 - 15@PIT
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Thu Aug 31
W 7 - 6CIN
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Sun Sep 10
L 9 - 46@LAR
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Sun Sep 17
L 13 - 16ARI
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Sun Sep 24
W 31 - 28CLE
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Sun Oct 1
L 18 - 46@SEA
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Sun Oct 8
W 26 - 23SF
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Mon Oct 16
L 22 - 36@TEN
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Sun Oct 22
L 0 - 27JAC
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Sun Oct 29
L 23 - 24@CIN
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Sun Nov 5
W 20 - 14@HOU
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Sun Nov 12
L 17 - 20PIT
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Sun Nov 26
L 16 - 20TEN
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Sun Dec 3
L 10 - 30@JAC
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Sun Dec 10
L 7 - 13@BUF
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Thu Dec 14
L 13 - 25DEN
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Sat Dec 23
L 16 - 23@BAL
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Sun Dec 31
W 22 - 13HOU
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Standings

AFC
South
Overall
W-L-T
Division
W-L-T
Jacksonville10-6-04-2-0
Tennessee9-7-05-1-0
Indianapolis4-12-02-4-0
Houston4-12-01-5-0
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Colts' John Simon: Will put hand in dirt
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Simon (shoulder) will be moved from linebacker to defensive end in 2018, Greg Rakestraw of 1070 The Fan reports.

Simon ended the season on injured reserve, and he's working towards his new role now that he's healthy. The sixth-year pro had 43 tackles (28 solo) and one interception as a linebacker in 2017. Standing at 6-foot-1, Simon is shorter than traditional defensive ends, so it'll be interesting to see how he adjusts when the Colts shift from a 4-3 to a 3-4 scheme.

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Colts' Ryan Kelly: Fully recovered from concussion
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Colts general manager Chris Ballard said Friday that Kelly (concussion) is "good to go," Andrew Walker of the Colts' official site reports.

Kelly had a 2017 campaign that was riddled with injuries before he was ultimately placed on injured reserve in December due to a concussion. However, he now appears to be healthy and cleared of all symptoms and should be ready to participate in offseason workouts.

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Colts' T.Y. Hilton: Cuts fast food from diet
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Hilton believes he's in the best shape of his career after cutting fast food completely out of his diet in the offseason, Zak Keefer of The Indianapolis Star reports.

Hilton beat the rest of the league to the punch with the "best shape of my life" quote, spilling it during the second week of the Colts' offseason workout program. He even joked that his big change was eating Cinnamon Toast Crunch instead of fast food for dinner, but he is working closely with Colts director of sports performance Rusty Jones. Perhaps more important, the 28-year-old speedster sounds excited for his seventh professional season, likely invigorated by the possibility of playing with Andrew Luck (shoulder) under the guidance of new head coach Frank Reich, who served as offensive coordinator for the Eagles last season. Hilton shouldn't have any problem piling up targets even if the Colts use an early draft pick at his position, as the other wideouts on the current roster have accounted for only 145 career receptions and five touchdowns. The major concern is Luck's continued recovery from last year's shoulder surgery, though the Colts are optimistic their quarterback will be ready for the start of training camp. The passing game still figures to run through Hilton and Jack Doyle, with offseason additions Eric Ebron and Ryan Grant also in the mix to earn regular targets.

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Colts' Malik Hooker: Present for voluntary workouts
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Hooker (knee) was present for the start of voluntary workouts Monday, Andrew Walker of the Colts' official site reports.

Hooker is on the mend from a torn ACL he suffered in Week 7 of last season. While he's seemingly avoided any setbacks in his rehab thus far, Hooker isn't close to full strength at this juncture and his spectrum of potential return dates stretches from training camp to the midpoint of the 2018 season.

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Colts' Marlon Mack: Preparing for larger role
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Mack is trying to gain a little bit of weight to prepare for the possibility of an increased role in his second NFL season, Andrew Walker of the Colts' official website reports.

A fourth-round pick, Mack was feast or famine in his backup role as a rookie, averaging only 3.8 yards per carry despite taking six of his 93 totes for 20 yards or more. For context, fellow rookie Aaron Jones was the only player with a higher percentage of carries going for 20-plus yards (min. 50 attempts) and he averaged 5.5 per carry. Mack displayed a similar mixture of potential and inconsistency when the Colts threw the ball, impressively averaging 10.7 yards on 21 receptions but struggling with his pass blocking and catch rate (63.6 percent). He's left atop the depth chart after Frank Gore signed with the Dolphins, though the Colts likely will add competition during the upcoming NFL Draft. Mack's pass blocking will of particular importance, as the Colts don't want Andrew Luck (shoulder) to take the kind of beating Jacoby Brissett was subjected to last year. Their current group of running backs may be the league's worst, with Mack joined by Robert Turbin, Christine Michael, Josh Ferguson, Matt Jones and George Winn.

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