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Colts young defense Indianapolis Colts depth chart: Rookie Darius Leonard likely starterThe second-round pick and FCS product shined again in NFL preseason play.Q&A with Booger McFarland: How the defense http://www.indianapoliscoltsteamonline. … ard-jersey , Andrew Luck have looked so far this preseason; thoughts on Frank Reich at the helm, and more – The AthleticINDIANAPOLIS – Former Colts and Buccaneers defensive tackle Anthony “Booger” McFarland helped...Colts safety Malik Hooker ready to return, Anthony Castonzo isn'tIn just six games of work last season as a rookie, Hooker routinely flaunted the big-play potential that made him Chris Ballard’s first draft pick.Colts Notebook: Plan For Malik Hooker To Make 2018 Game Debut On Saturday | WFNI ESPN 107.5 / 1070 The Fan | Indy's SportsCenterFollowing a review of the film from Monday’s loss to the Ravens, Colts head coach Frank Reich covered several pressing topics ahead of a quick turnaround to playing the 49ers on Saturday.Colts Anticipate Malik Hooker, Denzelle Good Will Make 2018 Debuts On SaturdayIndianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich said safety Malik Hooker and tackle/guard Denzelle Good could make their 2018 preseason debuts in Saturday’s game against the San Francisco 49ers. Reich also had updates on several other injured Colts players.Hits And Misses: Positives Hard To Find In Colts Preseason Home Opener | WFNI ESPN 107.5 / 1070 The Fan | Indy's SportsCenterLet’s take a look at the good and the bad from the Colts losing their preseason opener, 20-19, on Monday night against the Ravens.Five Things Learned: Colts-RavensWhat were the main takeaways from Monday’s Indianapolis Colts’ 2018 preseason Week 2 loss to the Baltimore Ravens? Here are Five Things Learned.Andrew Luck “Not Too Sharp” In Second Preseason Game | WFNI ESPN 107.5 / 1070 The Fan | Indy's SportsCenterOn Monday night http://www.authenticsindianapoliscolts. … ers-jersey , Andrew Luck returned to Lucas Oil Stadium but did not perform as well as he would have liked in front of the home faithful. How did Luck look on Tuesday?KRAVITZ: Luck struggles in preseason loss to Baltimore, but he's far from the only one - Bob Kravitz - 13 WTHR IndianapolisAt some point, maybe one-third or halfway into the season, Luck will start consistently playing like the quarterback who carried this franchise from 2012 to 2014.What will the Colts offense look like this season? We’re still trying to figure that out – The AthleticAnother preseason game and fans are still waiting to see the Colts revamped offense with first-year head coach Frank Reich. What have we seen so far?Colts’ offense? An interesting puzzle with a lot of pieces missing | CBS 4 - Indianapolis News, Weather, Traffic and Sports | WTTVINDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The latest installment of Frank Reich’s offense was sloppy, inefficient and largely unproductive. His triggerman White Anthony Walker Jersey , still in the final stages of his return following a 19-month absence, contributed to the uneven Monday evening loss to the Baltimore Ravens at Lucas Oil Stadi...Jack Mewhort Returns To Lucas Oil Stadium As A FanFormer Colts offensive lineman Jack Mewhort retired earlier this month. On Monday night, he was back on the field with his team as a fan.KRAVITZ: Slur accusations against Lamey appear to be the reason for the announcer's sudden retirement | 13 WTHR IndianapolisThe Colts made it sound like Bob Lamey, the team's long-time radio play-by-play man, had simply retired after a long, challenging trip to Seattle that left him wondering if he wanted to go through the NFL grind once again.13 Investigates: Colts announcer Bob Lamey accused of racial slur days before retiring - 13 Investigates - 13 WTHR Indianapolis13 Investigates has learned that just days before Bob Lamey announced his retirement, a complaint was made against him alleging he used the "n-word."Former Colts voice Bob Lamey admits to using "inappropriate word"The Indianapolis Colts announced Lamey's surprise retirement Sunday. Andrew Luck or Deshaun Watson? T.Y. Hilton or Will Fuller? There’s a lot of fantasy questions that need to be answered with the matchup between the Colts and Texans. We’ll try to answer those. Indianapolis Colts (1-2)Andrew Luck and T.Y. Hilton (sit): Andrew Luck has completed nearly 70 percent of his passes (68.3 as it currently sits), but it’s only totaled 662 yards — good for 5.3 yards per completion. The Colts will be without Anthony Castonzo and Joe Haeg (who was put on injured reserve due to a high ankle sprain) Youth Quincy Wilson Jersey , so the Texans’ defensive unit of Jadeveon Clowney and JJ Watt could feast against the likes of Braden Smith and Denzelle Good, depending on who gets the nod for Sunday. T.Y. Hilton earns a spot on the sit list because of the fact the Colts have struggled to push the ball down field, which is Hilton’s strong suit. Although Hilton has had a lot of success against Houston, with a wide receiving unit struggling to make plays, Indianapolis needs to show they can make big plays in the passing game moving forward. Without it, the Colts will become a team that becomes one-dimensional in terms of the passing game. Eric Ebron (start):Despite Luck struggling to complete passes that are longer than 20 yards, Eric Ebron should get a lot of targets in an offense that will be without Jack Doyle for the second straight week. It’s become clear that Ebron is Frank Reich’s go-to target in the red-zone with multiple looks on jump-ball passes. All the positive side, despite only gaining 33 yards against the Eagles Youth Darius Leonard Jersey , Ebron saw 11 targets. I expect that number to stay the same or increase with Doyle absent with an injury. Houston Texans (0-3)Deshaun Watson and Will Fuller (start): The average ranking for Deshaun Watson heading into Week 4 of fantasy is around six. In three games, Watson has connected with Fuller for 214 yards — good for an average of 16.4 yards per reception. This number will probably remain the same because Fuller is expected to get a lot of targets with the Colts’ secondary keying in on DeAndre Hopkins for most of the game. Fuller has visited the end-zone twice in three games, which means he’s a threat to score any time he touches the ball. A week ago, the former Notre Dame star gathered 11 targets and ended with five catches. 38 percent of Fuller’s receptions, for his career, have went for touchdowns from Watson.

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