|Offense||25th||133.1 (7th)||194.2 (30th)|
|Defense||16th||97.9 (7th)||248.9 (23rd)|
|81||Alie-Cox, Mo||TE||6-5||267||9/19/1993||3||Virginia Commonwealth|
|96||Autry, Denico||DT||6-5||285||7/15/1990||7||Mississippi State|
|7||Brissett, Jacoby||QB||6-4||238||12/11/1992||5||NC State|
|95||Carter, Ron'Dell||DE||6-3||269||7/3/1997||R||James Madison|
|74||Castonzo, Anthony||T||6-7||307||8/9/1988||10||Boston College|
|62||Clark, Le'Raven||T||6-5||311||4/22/1993||5||Texas Tech|
|91||Day, Sheldon||DT||6-1||285||7/1/1994||5||Notre Dame|
|84||Doyle, Jack||TE||6-6||262||5/5/1990||8||Western Kentucky|
|16||Dulin, Ashton||WR||6-1||215||5/15/1997||2||Malone College|
|10||Fountain, Daurice||WR||6-2||210||12/22/1995||2||Northern Iowa|
|64||Glowinski, Mark||G||6-4||310||5/3/1992||6||West Virginia|
|13||Hilton, T.Y.||WR||5-10||183||11/14/1989||9||Florida International|
|21||Hines, Nyheim||RB||5-9||196||11/12/1996||3||NC State|
|53||Leonard, Darius||OLB||6-2||230||7/27/1995||3||South Carolina State|
|94||Lewis, Tyquan||DE||6-3||277||1/30/1995||3||Ohio State|
|23||Moore, Kenny||CB||5-9||190||8/23/1995||4||Valdosta State|
|97||Muhammad, Al-Quadin||DE||6-4||250||3/28/1995||4||Miami (FL)|
|56||Nelson, Quenton||G||6-5||330||3/19/1996||3||Notre Dame|
|30||Odum, George||SAF||6-1||202||11/3/1993||3||Central Arkansas|
|14||Pascal, Zach||WR||6-2||214||12/18/1994||3||Old Dominion|
|85||Patmon, Dezmon||WR||6-4||225||8/6/1998||R||Washington State|
|63||Pinter, Danny||G||6-4||306||6/19/1996||R||Ball State|
|27||Rhodes, Xavier||CB||6-1||218||6/19/1990||8||Florida State|
|46||Rhodes, Luke||LS||6-2||238||12/2/1992||4||William & Mary|
|17||Rivers, Philip||QB||6-5||228||12/8/1981||17||NC State|
|35||Smith, Tremon||DB||5-11||190||7/20/1996||3||Central Arkansas|
|45||Speed, E.J.||LB||6-3||224||6/1/1995||2||Tarleton State|
|76||Stallworth, Taylor||DT||6-2||305||8/18/1995||2||South Carolina|
|90||Stewart, Grover||DT||6-4||315||10/20/1993||4||Albany State (Ga.)|
|86||Togiai, Noah||TE||6-4||244||7/6/1997||R||Oregon State|
|20||Wilkins, Jordan||RB||6-1||216||7/18/1994||3||Ole Miss|
|37||Willis, Khari||SS||5-11||213||5/7/1996||2||Michigan State|
|49||Adams, Matthew (IR)||OLB||6-0||229||12/12/1995||3||Houston|
|2||Binford, Harvey (IR)||WR||6-0||185||1/20/1991||1||Lindenwood|
|15||Campbell, Parris (IR)||WR||6-0||208||7/16/1997||2||Ohio State|
|Cirino, Michael (IR)||DB||6-1||200||//||R||Adams State|
|76||Donnal, Andrew (IR)||T||6-6||305||3/3/1992||6||Iowa|
|29||Hooker, Malik (IR)||FS||6-1||214||4/2/1996||4||Ohio State|
|53||Jackson, Edwin (IR)||ILB||6-0||234||12/19/1991||2||Georgia Southern|
|18||Listenbee, Kolby (IR)||WR||6-0||183||1/25/1994||1||TCU|
|25||Mack, Marlon (IR)||RB||6-0||210||3/7/1996||4||South Florida|
|36||Chachere, Andre||DB||6-0||200||2/10/1996||1||San Jose State|
|92||Cline, Kameron||DT||6-4||283||2/19/1998||R||South Dakota|
|41||Green, Farrod||TE||6-3||245||6/10/1997||R||Mississippi State|
|5||Harris, De'Michael||WR||5-8||178||7/12/1998||R||Southern Miss|
|43||Jackson, Darius||RB||6-0||230||12/1/1993||4||Eastern Michigan|
|61||O'Donnell, Carter||T||6-5||313||12/23/1998||R||Alberta (Canada)|
|93||Windsor, Rob||DT||6-4||290||1/15/1997||R||Penn State|
Togiai played 53 offensive snaps over the past two weeks and failed to catch his lone target, and he won't be available Sunday as a healthy scratch. Trey Burton (calf) returned from injured reserve Saturday and will be in the mix with Jack Doyle and Mo Alie-Cox.
Green was let go by Indianapolis during roster cuts, but he quickly resurfaced on the team's practice squad. The undrafted rookie out of Mississippi State could offer modest developmental upside for the Colts.
Lewis only played eight games in 2018 -- his rookie season -- and an ankle injury forced him to miss another seven games this year. He made the shift to defensive tackle and averaged a respectable 25.3 defensive snaps per game behind Grover Stewart and Denico Autry (concussion). Lewis' fantasy outlook is limited in 2020 even if he snags a starting role due to his inability to stay healthy.
Kelly, whom the Colts recently made the highest-paid center in the league, is set to draw his usual start in Jacksonville on Sunday. Anthony Castonzo (oblique) and Quenton Nelson (back) have also been cleared to suit up.
Franklin will have a reserve role on defense and get most of his playing time on special teams.
With the Colts needing to make up a large deficit early in the game, Indy turned to the passing game and Wilkins was largely out of the game plan. Wilkins had just four snaps on offense with Nyheim Hines getting 21 snaps. Wilkins gets more playing time when the Colts need someone to give Johnathan Taylor relief when running the ball, with Hines more involved in the passing game.
Castonzo was able to avoid any setbacks after nearly logging a complete week of practice, so he'll suit up for his primary role as the starting left tackle.
The undrafted free agent out of James Madison terminated his contract with the Cowboys on Tuesday to sign with the Colts. He had an extremely productive final collegiate season, recording 66 tackles -- 27 for a loss -- and 12 sacks over 16 games. The 23-year-old defensive end will begin in a reserve role with the Colts.
Jackson claims the spot on Indianapolis' practice squad, which opened up with Daurice Fountain being promoted to the 53-man roster. He hasn't appeared in a regular-season game since 2018, when he spent time with both the Packers and Cowboys.
The 2017 first-round pick will shift his focus to getting healthy for the 2021 season, and since the Colts declined to pick up Hooker's fifth-year option, he'll become an unrestricted free agent in March if he doesn't agree to an extension. Through 36 career games, Hooker has recorded 124 tackles, 11 pass breakups and seven interceptions.
Odum worked in a reserve role and averaged 18 defensive snaps per game, but he also logged a healthy dose of action on special teams. The 26-year-old safety has a chance to earn a starting role in 2020 if Clayton Geathers walks in free agency, but the Colts could bring in additional competition through the draft or free agency.
Gay spent the 2019 season with the Buccaneers and hit 77 percent of his field goals, but he lost the job to Ryan Succop to begin the season. This looks to be the start of a kicker competition in Indianapolis, as rookie Rodrigo Blankenship missed a 30-yard field goal in Week 1.
Adams now has to be sidelined for at least three weeks before he can potentially return from IR. He is primarily a special teams contributor for the team.
Smith spent time with the Eagles and Colts this offseason before signing with the Colts' practice squad the first week of September. Smith has played in 22 career games (one start) in his time with the Eagles, Packers and Chiefs. He has experience as a kick returner and could be a special teams contributor in Indianapolis.
Following the trade to acquire fellow linebacker Kamalei Correa, the team elected to clear the roster spot by ushering Marsh out. Marsh racked up nine tackles (seven solo) across four games this season, so he will look to provide depth elsewhere across the league now that he's a free agent.
Hines played 21 snaps on offense compared to just four snaps for Jordan Wilkins as the Colts turned to the passing game after falling behind early. Hines should continue to get more work as Jonathan Taylor's backup when the Colts need to pass, with Wilkins used more when Taylor needs a break carrying the ball.
Moore was used as the nickel back and played well in coverage by allowing receptions on two of three targets for 12 yards with a 74.3 NFL passer rating against, according to Pro Football Focus.
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.
Alie-Cox had the benefit of a Week 7 bye to rest up, but he still hasn't progressed enough in his recovery to resume practicing. If he's forced to miss Sunday's contest in Detroit, Jack Doyle and Trey Burton will split Indianapolis' main reps at the tight end position.
Nelson's back injury caused him to miss some practice time, but there was never serious doubt about the star guard's availability. With Anthony Castonzo (oblique) and Ryan Kelly (knee) both also off the injury report, Indianapolis' top-five O-line is set to kick off the season at full strength.
Blankenship was perfect for a third straight week, but this was the first time in the undrafted rookie's career that he made fewer than two field goals in a game. It was a solid fantasy day for the Georgia product nonetheless, as he extended his league-high point tally to 63, outpacing Justin Tucker by four. The Colts have a Week 7 bye, which leaves fantasy managers in a tough position on whether to drop him or utilize a bench spot for him. There's only a handful of kickers who qualify to be rostered through a bye week, and Blankenship could fit the mold with seven of the Colts' next eight games being played in a dome.
Rhodes got off to a hot start Week 3, picking off Sam Darnold for a 44-yard return score on New York's first drive. His second interception of the day came with Darnold driving in the red zone, essentially ending any chance of a Jets comeback. The veteran cornerback secured AFC Defensive Player of the Week honors due to his standout performance, and he'll now look to keep up his momentum against Nick Foles in Chicago.
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.
Okereke had an outstanding game despite playing with a wrap/cast on his hand for a broken thumb. He was able to play on all 73 of the defense's snaps.
The Colts found themselves in a 21-point hole early in the second quarter, seemingly setting Hilton up for a productive game against a beatable pass defense. However, he finished tied for fourth on the team in targets and connected with Philip Rivers just once after the pair seemed to establish a bit of a rapport last week. It's been a tough start to the Rivers era for Hilton, who is averaging a dismal 40.2 yards per game, putting him on pace for less than 650 yards for the season. He'll look to figure some things out during the upcoming bye week before facing a porous Lions defense in Week 8.
Mack is set to miss the remainder of the 2020 season after rupturing his right Achilles' tendon in the Colts' Week 1 loss to the Jaguars. The season-ending injury comes at an unfortunate time for Mack, an impending free agent who was hoping to play well in the final year of his rookie deal and potentially cash in this spring. With Mack out of the mix, rookie second-round pick Jonathan Taylor steps in as the Colts' top ball carrier, while Nyheim Hines could be in store for a heightened role as Indianapolis' top change-of-pace option out of the backfield. The Colts elevated receiver Daurice Fountain from the practice squad to take Mack's spot on the 53-man roster.
Carrie practiced at full speed Friday and will return to the lineup after missing just one game. The Colts' secondary is finally healthy, save for Malik Hooker (Achilles), just in time to face Odell Beckham and the Browns. Carrie's role fluctuated from game to game when he was healthy, so it's uncertain how much he'll play Sunday, especially coming off a hamstring injury.
The 24-year-old was waived off Green Bay's injured reserve with an injury settlement before the start of the season, but he's fully recovered from the unspecified injury. Sunderland went undrafted out of Troy in the spring before latching on with the Packers.
Green missed the Week 6 matchup with the Bengals due to the back injury, but he's clear of the issue coming out of the bye week. The 28-year-old has played only six offensive snaps this season and is unlikely to see much playing time without injuries to the Colts' offensive line.
Eason's inactive status is merely confirmation that he'll begin the season as Indianapolis' No. 3 quarterback. Unless one of Philip Rivers or Jacoby Brissett misses time with an injury, Eason will likely remain a fixture on the inactive list throughout his rookie season.
Doyle had disappeared from the passing game with just four receptions in his first four games, so his touchdown was a mild surprise. While Doyle finally showed some signs of being a part of the offense, he also got targets because Mo Alie-Cox was out with a knee injury and the Colts were forced to pass after falling behind big early. Trey Burton has also likely surpassed Doyle as the primary focus at tight end in the passing game, so Doyle could return to a minimal role if Alie-Cox returns after Indy's Week 7 bye.
Willis contributed in the pass rush with a sack, but he struggled in pass coverage. He gave up a touchdown on the only occasion he was directly targeted in the passing game, according to Pro Football Focus. The rookie fourth-round pick made nine starts in 2019, and proved to be a useful run stopper.
Following the departure of Joe Haeg, the Colts appear to have made retaining Clark a priority in order to secure O-line depth. He'll play a reserve role at offensive tackle in 2020. Clark has spent his entire pro career in Indianapolis since being selected in the third round of the 2016 NFL Draft.
Rivers struggled to get going in the first quarter and found his side trailing by 21 points early in the second quarter. He responded with his best yardage output of the season and connected with three different receivers for his first multi-touchdown effort in a Colts uniform. The veteran came in with a poor TD:INT of 4:5 and hadn't topped 250 passing yards since Week 1, so this was a positive sign for fantasy managers that stuck with him through the poor start. He'll use the upcoming bye week to build on this breakout effort before taking on a beatable Lions defense in Week 8.
Banogu was seen as a contender for a starting role at defensive end with Kemoko Turay still out with an anklle injury, but he had a limited reserve role Sunday.
Brother of Ryan and Graham, Glasgow played linebacker at Michigan, where he was a four-year contributor and one-year starter. He's undersized at 6-foot and 221 pounds and had to walk on for the Maize and Blue. He started 13 games as a redshirt senior and piled up 89 tackles and five sacks. He'll have to fight for his roster spot in Indianapolis, but his prowess as a special teamer at Michigan should help his cause.
Stewart has just three career sacks, as he's a run stuffer in the Indy defense.
Anderson, who joined the team as an undrafted free agent, had been looking to secure a depth role in the team's backfield and could end up landing on Dallas' practice squad if he clears waivers.
Ya-Sin was forced out of Week 4's win over the Bears late in the fourth quarter and wasn't able to return. This news is a great sign that he'll be ready to return for Sunday's game, and the injury won't linger. Expect the Temple product to assume his normal starting role at cornerback.
Autry will join fellow defensive end Justin Houston (hip) on the active roster, giving the Colts nine healthy defensive linemen available for the home matchup. Autry is coming off his best statistical performance of the season, racking up a season-high seven combined tackles against the Browns.
The 25-year-old linebacker hasn't yet missed a start in 2020, but a sudden appearance on the injury report this week put his status in question for Sunday's matchup against the Browns. Walker was able to improve from nonparticipation to partial practice participation between Thursday and Friday, and he has since been cleared by the Colts' medical staff. Walker sits just two tackles behind Darius Leonard (groin) for the team lead heading into Week 5.
Coach Frank Reich said Monday that Campbell isn't ruled out for the season, but a timetable for the second-year pro's recovery still remains undisclosed. The 23-year-old looked electric in the season opener when he torched Jacksonville for six catches and 71 yards, and with Michael Pittman (knee) now evidently in line for a multi-week absence, it would provide a significant boost for Indianapolis' receiving corps if Campbell were eventually able to return to the lineup.
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.
The sixth-round rookie out of Washington State did enough in training camp to secure his spot on the Colts' 53-man roster, but the coaching staff apparently didn't view him as being ready to handle a role on offense or special teams. The Colts will keep Michael Pittman and Ashton Dulin active as backups behind the starting receiver trio of T.Y. Hilton, Parris Campbell and Zach Pascal.
Coach Frank Reich said during the preseason that Brissett could play a handful of snaps per game to take advantage of his mobility. Brissett was brought in for such a situation Sunday, but the play was read easily by the Jacksonville defense and resulted in a critical losing play. Reich may have to reconsider Brissett's usage as a result. Brissett otherwise will serve as the backup to Philip Rivers.
Wilson bounced in and out of the starting lineup in Detroit over the past four seasons, with his stint highlighted by last year's career-high 98 tackles. The 30-year-old could serve as the No. 3 safety in Indianapolis, where Malik Hooker and Khari Willis are expected to be the starters. The team also has rookie third-round pick Julian Blackmon, but he's still rehabbing from an ACL tear he suffered in December.
Taylor averaged a healthy 5.0 yards per carry against a beatable Bengals front, but his team unexpectedly found itself in a large early hole, which limited his rushing attempts. Fortunately for fantasy managers who started Taylor, he was excellent as a pass catcher and finished with more receiving yards than he had in his previous four games combined. The rookie has performed quite well when given the chance, but his output has perhaps been limited by a Colts offense that hasn't lived up to expectations to this point. He'll enjoy an upcoming bye before facing a beatable Lions defense in Week 8.
Pascal has been working as the No. 2 receiver with injuries to Parris Campbell (knee) and Michael Pittman (leg), but he had just two targets last week amid Philip Rivers' struggles. With the Colts falling behind early Sunday, the Colts turned to the passing game with Rivers showing a significant improvement (105.4 passer rating). Pascal isn't in a high volume passing offense, so he may not be a steady source of production unless the Colts are forced to catch up like Sunday.
Donnal hasn't started a game since 2016, and he's gone back-to-back seasons with only two appearances. He'll be free to sign as a depth option with another club once fully recovered.
For being promoted a day before the contest, Harris was a solid contributor in the Colts comeback win Sunday. He recorded three receptions for 29 yards on 12 offensive snaps and added another six snaps on special teams. Harris could be line in for more game action once the Colts return from their bye in Week 8.
Dulin only took seven snaps on offense, but he provided the Colts with one of their biggest plays of the day in the second quarter. The wideout should continue to be active week in and week out due to his contributions on special teams, but Dulin is unlikely to be featured often in three-receiver sets.
Turay's still on the PUP list, but his return to practice opens a five-week window for the Colts to add him back to the active roster. He could play as soon as Sunday in Detroit barring any setbacks in practice, but the team will have to activate Turay for him to be eligible for game action.
Burton got his team on the board with a one-yard rushing score in the second quarter and scored a 10-yard receiving touchdown just a few minutes later. He finished second on the team in receiving yards while tying for third in receptions and fourth in targets. He's enjoyed a healthy 16 targets through three games this season and will look to continue his ascent in Week 8 against the Lions, though the team's upcoming bye could allow teammate Mo Alie-Cox (knee) to return from an injury.
Rodgers played 13 snaps on special teams and wasn't used on defense. He's played just 36 snaps on defense this season, but his electric speed has found him a role on special teams as the kick returner.
Glowinski was promoted to the starting job at right guard in mid-October and never looked back, helping Andrew Luck and Marlon Mack enjoy strong seasons. The Colts are set to return all five starters on their offensive line after giving up a league-low 18 sacks in 2018.
Johnson led the team in targets, catches and receiving yards while playing a vital role in the team's comeback after falling into an early hole. He most notably hauled in a 55-yard deep ball from Philip Rivers that nearly resulted in a touchdown, only to be tackled just short of the goal line. Johnson had previously totaled 90 yards while catching four of four targets in his first two games of the season and seems to have developed a nice rapport with Rivers on deeper routes. The Colts will be on bye in Week 7, but Johnson will look to continue his ascent in the team's next game against a beatable Lions defense.
The rookie safety from Utah exited the Colts' Week 5 loss to Cleveland, but he was able to return to action and collect over 85 percent of the defensive workload. Blackmon sat out Wednesday's practice altogether, but having since been upgraded to full participation, it appears he is in line to play Sunday against Cincinnati's bottom-12 pass offense, barring any setbacks.
Despite opportunity knocking in Indy due to multiple injuries at the wide receiver position, Fountain has been unable to capitalize. He saw the field for a total of 49 snaps from Weeks 2 through 4, but has now been a healthy scratch in back-to-back weeks. It appears the likes of Marcus Johnson, Ashton Dulin and DeMichael Harris have leapfrogged Fountain in the race for the No. 3 WR spot.
Muhammad played on 23 of the defense's 50 snaps. He had an impressive training camp and was thought to be a contender for a starting role at defensive end with Kemoko Turay still out with an ankle injury, but he had a smaller reserve role Sunday.
The health of the Indianapolis defensive line was a big question mark heading into Sunday's matchup, but both Houston and fellow defensive end Denico Autry (ankle/knee) will end up on the active roster.
With Pittman now in the designated to return from IR category, the Colts now have a 21-day window to decide whether to return the wideout to their active roster or revert him to IR for the remainder of the season. Unless Pittman suffers a setback, however, it's safe to assume that he's in the team's plans, with offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni indicating that he's eager to welcome Pittman back to the team's pass-catching mix. "Michael is big and physical, but he has almost like little-man feet, like where he is able to get in and out of breaks like a guy who is 5-foot-10" Sirianni noted of the 2020 second rounder, who's listed by Indy as 6-foot-4, 223 pounds."That's a very good ability to have because he can win with both his quickness and his strength and size." Prior to his injury, Pittman hauled in nine of his 12 targets for 73 yards in three games.
The 25-year-old missed the two games leading up to the Colts' bye in Week 7, but he's back on the field after some extra recovery time. Leonard may need to progress to full practice participation by the end of the week to avoid an injury designation, but he's trending in the right direction for Sunday's matchup with the Lions.