No one is rushing to draft the Colts DST in Fantasy. The team tried to rebuild its pass rush unit after not re-signing Erik Walden (11 sacks last year) and watching legendary sackmaster Robert Mathis go into retirement. A foursome of defenders -- Jabaal Sheard, John Simon, Barkevious Mingo and rookie Tarell Basham -- were added to help provide depth to the Colts pass rush, but none of them are considered dangerous enough to make opposing offenses sweat. Indianapolis also said farewell to D'Qwell Jackson, hurting their run defense. The secondary got a big boost with the addition of safety Malik Hooker and cornerback Quincy Wilson. The special-teams unit has been responsible for one touchdown in four seasons. What's the upside of a unit playing in the AFC South? Probably the fact that they play in the AFC South and will see Blake Bortles and whoever the Texans start a couple of times each. Until the Colts begin to cultivate some really good defensive talent, keep them far from your Fantasy roster.