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Here’s your 2020 preview of the Indianapolis Colts, the 22nd of 32 team profiles that lead to the draft of the season:
2020 Fantasy MVP: Jonathan Taylor, RB
Taylor is currently the 19th to run off the board in most fantasy drafts. Given the opportunity (250 touches are likely) and the elite offensive line he’ll be working behind … UP: 1,500 total yards and double digit touchdowns.
2020 Fantasy Rookie Watching: Michael Pittman Jr., WR
Philip Rivers is going to fall in love with Pittman’s height (6-foot-4, 223 pounds) and his ball skills. Rivers was just starting to warm up for Mike Williams last season. Do you remember the damage he did to Vincent Jackson? The price of the USC product is dirt cheap (ADP: 173) and I think it will challenge Jack Doyle for most of the team touchdowns. (BONUS: Doyle is dirt cheap too, with an ADP of 146.)
2020 Fantasy Sleeper: Philip Rivers, QB
Despite playing behind five matadors disguised as an offensive line for the past five seasons in Southern California, Rivers averaged 4,523 yards and 29 touchdowns. He is currently the 23rd quarterback drafted on average, which means that depending on the league, he may end up on the waiver wire to start the season. The protection upgrade couldn’t be stricter.
2020 Fantasy Bust: TY Hilton, WR
Hilton (ADP: 61) is almost 31 years old, played ailing last season and came to camp with a non-soccer injury to his Achilles tendon. That’s not a good sign.