Indianapolis Colts, Def, Colts
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2014 Outlook: Deep-league OnlyLast updated on Jun-27-2014 by Larry Gold
The Colts' defense is a curious unit to consider. Last year, the Colts ranked ninth in points allowed and 20th in yards allowed. They forced the fifth-most fumbles and were 11th in sacks. Those stats alone put them on the bubble for being a matchup-based start. If Indianapolis has a weakness on defense, it is at safety. They brought in Mike Adams from the Denver Broncos in an attempt to upgrade the position. The Colts are in arguably the weakest division and have a clear path to winning the division for the second-straight season. The defense will be playing with a lead often, particularly against their division foes (all of which have uncertainty at QB), so you can expect some aggressive game plans, particularly at home. At best, the Colts are a backup; however, they have a long way to go to build up their defensive front.
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