Fantasy Team Previews – Indianapolis

Jeff Ratcliffe previews Andrew Luck and the Colts, highlighting their offensive and IDP fantasy prospects for 2014.

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Fantasy Team Previews – Indianapolis


luckvikingsChuck Pagano’s squad gave us one of the most exciting games in last season’s playoffs when the Colts edged Andy Reid’s Chiefs in a shootout in the Wild Card Round. This season, Indy faces the league’s easiest schedule on paper with their opponents combining for a .430 win percentage last season. This schedule appears  to also have some benefits from a fantasy standpoint with quarterback (6th) and running back (2nd) being among the league’s least difficult.

 

Offense

There’s a lot of buzz around this offense, but do yourself a favor and go back and watch the Colts games from last season. Pep Hamilton’s offense is boring and uninspired. Indy was very pass-heavy, but not in the right way. They essentially compensated for a subpar run game that struggles for most of the season.To read the entire article, please login or sign up for a PFF Fantasy Subscription

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Fantasy Team Previews
AFC
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Buffalo Baltimore Houston Denver
Miami Cincinnati Indianapolis Kansas City
New England Cleveland Jacksonville Oakland
NY Jets Pittsburgh Tennessee San Diego
NFC
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Dallas Chicago Atlanta Arizona
NY Giants Detroit Carolina St. Louis
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Washington Minnesota Tampa Bay Seattle

 


Jeff Ratcliffe is the Assistant Managing Editor and resident IDP maven of PFF Fantasy. 

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Jeff Ratcliffe is the Director of Fantasy at Pro Football Focus. He produces all of our projections and is one of the most accurate rankers in the fantasy industry. Jeff also is the host of our show on SiriusXM fantasy sports radio and is one of the main hosts of our Fantasy Slant podcast.

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