|Offense||28th||82.3 (29th)||207.7 (23rd)|
|Defense||16th||106.0 (15th)||241.7 (15th)|
|96||Autry, Denico||DE||6-5||270||7/15/1990||5||Mississippi State|
|7||Brissett, Jacoby||QB||6-4||235||12/11/1993||3||North Carolina State|
|74||Castonzo, Anthony||T||6-7||311||8/9/1988||8||Boston College|
|62||Clark, Le'Raven||T||6-5||311||4/22/1993||3||Texas Tech|
|84||Doyle, Jack||TE||6-6||262||5/5/1990||6||Western Kentucky|
|85||Ebron, Eric||TE||6-4||253||4/10/1993||5||North Carolina|
|41||Farley, Matthias||DB||5-11||209||7/15/1992||3||Notre Dame|
|64||Glowinski, Mark||G||6-4||310||5/3/1992||4||West Virginia|
|71||Good, Denzelle||T||6-5||345||3/8/1991||4||Mars Hill|
|52||Goode, Najee||LB||6-0||244||6/4/1989||7||West Virginia|
|73||Haeg, Joe||T||6-6||305||3/11/1993||3||North Dakota State|
|13||Hilton, T.Y.||WR||5-10||183||11/14/1989||7||Florida International|
|42||Hines, Nyheim||RB||5-9||198||11/12/1996||R||North Carolina State|
|29||Hooker, Malik||DB||6-1||212||4/2/1996||2||Ohio State|
|53||Leonard, Darius||LB||6-2||234||7/27/1995||R||South Carolina State|
|25||Mack, Marlon||RB||6-0||210||3/7/1996||2||South Florida|
|38||Michael, Christine||RB||5-10||220||11/9/1990||6||Texas A&M|
|28||Milton, Chris||CB||5-11||196||9/15/1992||3||Georgia Tech|
|23||Moore, Kenny||CB||5-9||190||8/23/1995||2||Valdosta State|
|55||Moore, Skai||LB||6-2||230||1/8/1995||R||South Carolina|
|97||Muhammad, Al-Quadin||DE||6-4||250||3/28/1995||2||Miami (FL)|
|56||Nelson, Quenton||G||6-5||330||3/19/1996||R||Notre Dame|
|30||Odum, George||DB||6-1||200||11/3/1993||R||Central Arkansas|
|14||Pascal, Zach||WR||6-2||219||12/18/1994||1||Old Dominion|
|46||Rhodes, Luke||LS||6-2||238||12/2/1992||2||William & Mary|
|80||Rogers, Chester||WR||6-0||184||1/12/1994||3||Grambling State|
|90||Stewart, Grover||DT||6-4||333||10/20/1993||2||Albany State (Ga.)|
|86||Swoope, Erik||TE||6-4||255||5/8/1992||3||Miami (FL)|
|4||Vinatieri, Adam||K||6-0||212||12/28/1972||23||South Dakota State|
|20||Wilkins, Jordan||RB||6-1||216||7/18/1994||R||Ole Miss|
|2||Binford, Harvey (IR)||WR||6-0||185||1/20/1991||1||Lindenwood|
|15||Brent, K.J. (IR)||WR||6-3||202||8/6/1993||1||Wake Forest|
|65||Burwell, Tyreek (IR)||T||6-6||310||3/11/1992||4||Cincinnati|
|8||Cain, Deon (IR)||WR||6-2||202||8/9/1996||R||Clemson|
|56||Calvin, Johnathan (IR)||DT||6-3||266||11/28/1993||1||Mississippi State|
|Cirino, Michael (IR)||DB||6-1||200||//||R||Adams State|
|37||Cooper, Chris (IR)||DB||5-10||202||3/17/1994||R||Stony Brook|
|32||Green, T.J. (IR)||DB||6-3||211||3/15/1995||3||Clemson|
|81||Hogan, Krishawn (IR)||WR||6-3||222||5/12/1995||2||Marian (Ind.)|
|53||Jackson, Edwin (IR)||ILB||6-0||234||12/19/1991||2||Georgia Southern|
|34||Jackson, Robert (IR)||DB||6-1||202||12/8/1993||R||UNLV|
|9||Kaaya, Brad (IR)||QB||6-4||215||9/3/1995||2||Miami (FL)|
|94||Lewis, Tyquan (IR)||DE||6-3||269||1/30/1995||R||Ohio State|
|18||Listenbee, Kolby (IR)||WR||6-0||183||1/25/1994||1||TCU|
|20||Martin, Ronald (IR)||DB||6-1||220||2/26/1993||2||LSU|
|39||Therezie, Robenson (IR)||DB||5-9||212||8/5/1991||3||Auburn|
|43||Travis, Ross (IR)||TE||6-6||248||1/9/1993||3||Penn State|
|61||Webb, J'Marcus (IR)||T||6-7||331||8/8/1988||7||West Texas A&M|
|17||Wright, James (IR)||WR||6-1||203||12/31/1991||4||LSU|
|48||Alie-Cox, Mo||TE||6-5||267||9/19/1993||1||Virginia Commonwealth|
|10||Fountain, Daurice||WR||6-1||210||12/22/1995||R||Northern Iowa|
|Harlow, Sean||G||6-4||284||3/28/1995||2||Oregon State|
|McFadden, Tarvarus||DB||6-2||205||1/28/1997||R||Florida State|
|McNichols, Jeremy||RB||5-9||205||12/26/1995||1||Boise State|
|33||Turbin, Robert||RB||5-10||225||12/2/1989||7||Utah State|
It's never ideal to lose a rookie second-round pick two weeks before the start of the season. For the Colts, matters are only made worse when coupling Lewis' injury with the fact that Denico Autry (lower leg) might not be ready before the season opener. With Lewis out, Grover Stewart or Hassan Ridgeway could be asked to help fill the temporary void.
Rogers played 40 of the offense's 59 snaps and had the same number of targets as No. 2 receiver Ryan Grant. Rogers continues to be the No. 3 receiver, but he's playing fewer snaps than Grant (50 snaps Sunday) and Indy's tight ends are a significant part of the offense (Eric Ebron had 11 targets Sunday).
Phillip Walker has cemented himself as the Colts' No. 3 option at quarterback halfway through the preseason, making Kaaya expendable. The specifics of the injury remain unclear, and if the 22-year-old clears waivers, he will revert to the team's injured reserve.
Wilkins went up against Philly's stout front and took some lumps, failing to get more than five yards on any of his six carries while starting in place of Marlon Mack (foot/hamstring). It might sound counterintuitive, but Wilkins has actually been more effective with Mack in the lineup, having averaged 6.1 yards per rush Week 2 with Mack active and just under three yards per carry Weeks 1 and 3 with Mack out. If that's going to continue to be the case, Wilkins and the Colts need Mack back for next weekend's game against Houston. Having Andrew Luck as the team's leading rusher, as he was Sunday, is not a recipe for success.
Ward was let go by the Cowboys at roster cutdowns. He was subsequently signed to the Colts practice squad, and didn't have to wait long before joining the active roster. The 24-year-old should play a reserve role on Indianapolis' defensive line, and had 33 total tackles, one sack and a fumble recovery over the past two seasons in Oakland.
Castonzo suffered a minor setback last week which forced him to miss his second straight game to open the season, and he'll now remain sidelined for Week 3. Castonzo remains without a clear recovery timetable.
McNichols was originally signed to Indianapolis' practice squad on Sept. 3 before being waived 10 days later. The 22-year-old running back will look to provide depth to a young Colts' backfield if promoted to the active roster.
Travis went down in last week's preseason finale and has since been placed on injured reserve, where the tight end will likely remain for through the end of the 2018 campaign.
Hooker missed the first two preseason games while recovering from a torn ACL and MCL. Though he didn't put up eye-popping numbers in his limited debut, his appearance on the field is a good sign for his health with the regular season approaching. He's expected to start at safety alongside Clayton Geathers come the team's Week 1 matchup with the Bengals.
It was only a matter of time before Cain would reside on IR after tearing his ACL on Thursday. With the rookie wideout out for the season, Ryan Grant and Chester Rogers are safe bets to serve as the Colts' Nos. 2 and 3 wide receivers, which could be fairly lucrative on the receiving end of Andrew Luck passes.
Slauson was placed on injured reserve by the Chargers in October after undergoing surgery on his torn biceps and signed a contract with the Colts in March. The 32-year-old participating at this point in the offseason is a good indication he avoided major setbacks in his recovery process.
Swoope joins Indianapolis' active roster with Jack Doyle (hip) sidelined for Sunday's game against the Eagles. Though Swoope stands to play a role in the offense, he's a long shot to achieve fantasy relevance behind Eric Ebron and Ryan Hewitt.
Hines, averaging just 3.1 yards per carry this year, did not provide much assistance on the ground in Marlon Mack's (hamstring/foot) absence, but continued to offer Andrew Luck with a security blanket in the passing game. Through three games, the rookie back has as many receptions as starting receiver Ryan Grant. Hines hasn't been able to break a big gain, but he's an interesting back-end PPR option, particularly against a Houston front that might force Luck to dump the ball off quickly.
Moore played 55 of the defense's 56 snaps as it looks like he's taken command of a starting role after some competition in the preseason.
Moore started at middle linebacker Week 1 with Anthony Walker being eased into action after missing a month in the preseason with a groin injury. Walker took all the snaps at middle linebacker Sunday, moving Moore to a limited backup role.
Binford was released by Cardinals in May before signing with the Colts in June. He was not expected to land on the final roster before getting injured.
Turbin failed to take advantage of his opportunity as a starter in his last game appearance until Week 5. He could have a part-time role when he returns from his four-game suspension, with goal-line/short-yardage work representing his best opportunity to contribute.
Hairston wasn't terrible in coverage and was a productive tackler. With Indy's offense likely struggling to get off the field in most games, Hairston could be a decent source of tackles for a cornerback.
Moore had previously been a starter for the Texans, but he lost ground on the depth chart and got squeezed out of a roster spot. The Texans signed free agent Tyrann Mathieu and drafted Justin Reid before also moving Kareem Jackson from cornerback to safety, with the flurry of moves making Moore superfluous.
Listenbee was placed on injured reserve late last month but his season may not be over just yet. If he clears waivers he'll be a free agent and can sign with any team.
Woods played 22 snaps (49 percent of the defenses plays), as he'll focus on stopping the run as a rotational player at nose tackle.
Brent suffered the knee injury in mid-August and was unable to play in the final two preseason games. The 25-year-old cleared waivers and was placed on injured reserve, but he can now sign with another team due to the injury settlement.
Geathers has 30 tackles through the first three weeks of the season. He's been playing through knee and elbow issues but they haven't slowed him down in games despite some missed practice time. He'll look to maintain his quality play when the Colts face off against the Texans in Week 4.
Milton suffered a concussion in Week 1 that sidelined him in Week 2. Now that he's been cleared to play against the Eagles, look for him to resume his typical role as a backup corner.
Andrew Luck scrambled around the Philadelphia defense early the in the third quarter before lofting the ball across field into the waiting arms of Hilton. It wasn't a spectacular play, but the 29-yard gain represented the longest pass of the young season for Luck. Hilton certainly hasn't suffered too greatly through three weeks, with 17 receptions, 32 targets, and two touchdowns to his name. However, the short game isn't exactly his bread and butter. For him to be at maximum efficiency, the ball needs to get downfield and -- based on the fact that it was Jacoby Brissett throwing the late-game Hail Mary -- Luck isn't quite there yet. Sunday's completion was, however, a nice step in the right direction on the way to next week's game against the division-rival Texans.
With Mack out this week, look for Jordan Wilkins to head the Colts' Week 3 backfield, with Nyheim Hines in line to work in a change-of-pace role.
The Falcons tried converting Harlow, who they picked in the fourth round of the 2017 NFL Draft, from tackle to guard. It didn't pan out, and he'll likely land on a practice squad.
Per Stephen Holder of The Athletic, Doyle is week-to-week, according to coach Frank Reich. In his absence, fellow tight end Eric Ebron's fantasy upside increases now that he'll temporarily be working outside the context of a timeshare.
Farley got playing time in dime packages and also played 22 snaps on special teams. He could get more playing time, as Indy's secondary figures to be in flux with many inexperienced players. However, his role will be limited in the short term.
Both Luck and Reich said that Brissett has a stronger arm and Reich added Luck would have stayed in the game if the throw was closer. The Hail Mary fell incomplete in the loss. Luck has looked back to full speed so far this season, so we're not worried about him not throwing one long desperation pass.
Grant slipped past his defender and connected with Andrew Luck in the back of the end zone on a game-tying five-yard fade late in the first quarter. It was a welcome bit of good news for Grant who has seen just six passes over the last two games after being targeted nine times in the opener. It'll be interesting to see how Grant's role evolves as Luck's health presumably improves in the coming weeks. On one hand, a healthier Luck is better for the Colts as a whole. On the other, the short passes Luck has focused on early play more to Grant's strengths than fellow receiver T.Y. Hilton's. We'll get a better idea next week of how things are trending next week in a tough divisional matchup against Houston.
Ishmael signed with the Colts as an undrafted free agent back in May after a successful career at Syracuse. While he showed some promise in limited action Monday, Ishmael is still likely sitting right on the roster bubble as part of a young core in Indianapolis.
Sheard played in 76 percent of the Colts defensive snaps Sunday, a slight uptick from his Week 1 total. The veteran was able to continuously blow up plays, with two of his tackles going for a loss. He also registered two quarterback hits on Alex Smith.
Wright is likely stuck on IR through the end of the league year unless he agrees to an injury settlement.
Green sustained the hamstring injury in late August and was waived/injured at roster cutdowns. The 23-year-old cleared waivers and reverted to injured reserve, but he can sign elsewhere after reaching the injury settlement.
Haeg wasn't able to play through the pain during Sunday's contest carving a path for Denzelle Good to take over at right tackle. With Haeg expected to miss at least a few weeks, Good seems be the guy at right tackle during the intermediary.
Stewart was a full participant in Friday's practice session, and it's not surprising to see he is active Sunday. He'll be a priority backup along the defensive line and should see some extra snaps with Denico Autry (ankle) sidelined for the game.
Michael somewhat surprisingly made the Colts' 53-man roster out of training camp, though he didn't have much of a role on offense once the season kicked off. He was active on Sunday versus the Eagles, but the veteran running back didn't see the field. The 27-year-old has 256 carries for 1,089 yards in his career and will look to join another team in need of backfield depth.
Autry did not return to practice this week and will miss his second straight game as a result. Hassan Ridgeway should once again see an increase in opportunities on defense in Autry's absence this weekend.
Walker was cut by the Colts to begin the regular season, but rejoins the team as a member of the practice squad. With Jacoby Brissett being the only quarterback on the Colts' active roster behind Andrew Luck, Walker would be a strong candidate for promotion were either quarterback to miss any time.
Walker play 73 of the defense's 83 snaps, which is nearly double his totals the first two weeks. Meanwhile, backup middle linebacker Skai Moore didn't play a snap on defense. It looks like Walker is back to full speed after missing a month during the preseason due to a hamstring injury. He could be a reliable source of tackles with his return to full time on the job.
The accident occurred before 4 AM, when Jackson and a ride-sharing operator were killed. Jackson, an inside linebacker, posted 66 tackles and two sacks in 16 games with the Colts in 2016 before spending this past season on injured reserve with an undisclosed injury.
Bashim, a third-round 2017 draft pick, looked to have a shot at starting role at the beginning of training camp, but a knee injury hurt his chances. It looks like he'll have a limited reserve role initially this season.
Burwell originally landed on injured reserve due to injury, but he and the Colts have decided to part ways after the two sides agreed to a settlement. He's now free to sign elsewhere, assuming he goes unclaimed through waivers.
The nature of Therezie's situation isn't clear, but the safety is nonetheless stuck on IR through the end of the league year unless he agrees to an injury settlement.
Webb stands at a massive 6-foot-7, 331 pounds and has 65 starts since entering the league in 2010. He'll be sidelined for the rest of the season if he's not released with an injury settlement.
With the Colts needing a long Hail Mary to win the game, Brisset was used for his stronger arm. Luck is clearly the starting quarterback, but the move could be seen as the team still having some concern about Luck's shoulder after missing last season due to shoulder surgery.
Pascal has taken over as Indy's kickoff returner and he's working as the No. 4 receiver. However, he may not get many balls thrown his way on offense.
Wilson suffered a concussion in Sunday's victory over the Redskins and has been in protocol since, which caused him to miss the entire week of practice. With Christopher Milton (concussion) back to practicing in a full capacity, he will be a primary reserve in the secondary this weekend in Wilson's absence.
Ebron saw increased activity with Jack Doyle out with a hip injury as he led the team in targets. He played a season-high 52 snaps on offense and went out on routes on 41 plays, according to Pro Football Focus. Ebron had just 6.6 yards per reception, so he didn't capitalize on the opportunity. However, he could be set for another large role in the offense next week against Houston if Doyle remains out.
Ridgeway was forced to exit last Sunday's game against the Redskins with a calf injury and did not return. Ridgeway did not practice all week, so it looks like the injury could be a fairly serious one. However, he remains without a clear recovery timetable.
Hunt's sack was a big play in Sunday's game, as it came in the third quarter with the game tied and led to a Colts field goal. The sack gives Hunt three on the season, beating the total from his previous five seasons combined. He'll look to continue what is by far the most prolific season of his career against the Texans in Week 4.
Turay once again still saw limited action on defense, playing in 40 of the team's 82 snaps, but he still made the most of his opportunity by recording the first sack of his NFL career. Turray likely will continue playing off the bench in his rookie season, but if he continues to flash promise in limited action, he could see his snap count steadily rise.
Sunday didn't have the best kicking conditions for Vinatieri with the rain falling hard all game, but that didn't impact the veteran kicker from having a successful Sunday. All of Vinatieri's kicks came from 35 yards or less, so he benefitted from the Colts' inability to score in the red zone, and through three weeks, the team's offense looks to be competent enough to keep the reliable kicker relevant this season.
Glowinski will provide the Colts with another depth option along the interior of the offensive line with starting center Ryan Kelly (concussion) landing on injured reserve. A fourth-round pick of the Seahawks in 2015, Glowinski is capable of playing both guard spots and made 10 appearances (two starts) with Seattle this season before being dropped from the 53-man roster.
Martin, who injured his shoulder in the Colts' third preseason game, is stuck on IR through the end of the league year unless he agrees to an injury settlement.
Once Hogan recovers from his mystery injury, he'll be able to sign with another squad. The 23-year-old played two games for the Colts last season and totaled 24 snaps between defense and special teams.
Johnson played just two snaps on offense and has played just seven snaps on offense this season. This was a rare touch for him on the offense as he's usually stuck on the bench on offense.
It's a bit surprising to see the Colts parting ways with a rookie fifth-round pick at an obvious position of weakness. The team did acquire Marcus Johnson in a trade Saturday with Seattle, providing some semblance of depth behind the top trio of T.Y. Hilton, Ryan Grant and Chester Rogers. Indianapolis likely will place Fountain on the practice squad if he makes it through waivers unclaimed.
Muhammad logged the seventh-highest playing time among defensive lineman Sunday, putting him in a small reserve role.
Leonard has had two great games back-to-back and he's quickly shown the talent that made him a second-round pick. He'll look to continue stacking success next week, when the Colts host the Texans.
Good has remained sidelined since the preseason due to a knee injury but managed to log his first practice of the 2018 regular season. It seems that the depth tackle is close to making a return to the field, but it remains to be seen whether Good will suit up against the Eagles on Sunday.