NFL Betting 2022 Fantasy Team Preview: Indianapolis Colts
What’s New RotoGrinders! The next stop on the FCA The south tour is Indianapolis to take a look at the Colts.
Using RotoGrinders NFL 2022 projections, we review the 32 NFL Teams this summer and check out all the best league winning bets and picks we can find. Among the questions to which we will see the answers in this article:
– Indianapolis Colts Betting Odds: Can they take care of division business?
– Team match preview: The advanced defenses in the FCA West can all be exploited, but can the Colts’ pass defense hold up in these potential shootouts?
– Fantasy football drafts: is a total stallion behind one of the best offensive lines in football. Can he replicate his performance from last season? He is the safest choice on any board.
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2022 Indianapolis Colts Schedule, Lines and Best Bets
Ratings projected, derived and modified from data originally posted by Sean Koerner here.
Win overall and overall favored games:
9.5 (-120) / 12 games favored (4 big favorites / 0 big dogs)
The Colts must beat the Jaguars and Texans twice, but must also face the NFC West, which is the presumed new central division of football. The Colts are favorites in two-thirds of his games, but many of them are boundary coin throws. It will be essential to split at least the two division games against the Titans. should give Indy a bit more stability at quarterback than it did, although I’m not sure the offensive ceiling improves much.
Best bet: Yannick Ngakoue Over 7.5 sacks – This guy is a monster. This seven from the Colts might arguably have the most talent he’s ever been surrounded by. Most of those former Jaguars teams that Ngakoue was part of consisted of negative game scripts, where opponents rarely had to kick the ball in late in the third or fourth quarters.
Now, with 17 games on the schedule and a change of scenery, I really like the 7.5+ sack line. The Texans and Jaguars will need to throw the ball a ton to keep up in the division, while the Titans certainly have their own offensive line issues. These are already six games that should be above average gaming environments for him. In my opinion, the only thing that would stop Yannick from hitting eight sacks would be running out of time due to injury.
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Favorite accessory: I watch these six division games. The matchups against Houston and Jacksonville should be hugely favorable for getting the snot out of football, while Ryan won’t have to do much damage in the air. The Titans have one of the most underrated defensive units in the league with a top 5 on the rise.
This unit showed who they could be against the Bengals in the recent playoffs, setting a league record for sacks in a playoff game. Ryan can still win games, but the Colts will be at their best if he protects football and only tries to win a game when they’re deep behind – which shouldn’t happen during at least a third of their time. I’m leaning under 3,900.5 passing yards on PrizePicks.
Indianapolis Colts Fantasy Football Projections
Rankings and team notes
Offense Ranks: Rank 11 / Elite Rush / Average Pass / Rank 13 points for)
Defense Ranks: Rank 11 / Very strong rush / Average pass / Rank 29 points allowed)
Opponent Strength – Rushing: 6 hard vs rush. 5 soft vs rush.
Opponent Strength – Pass: 4 difficult counter pass. 6 soft counter pass.
It’s no secret that this team’s strength is running the game behind an extremely polished offensive line. Six of Indy’s opponents are labeled with “strong” or “very strong” peak defense. It bodes well for the Colts that they have at least a 50% chance of winning all of those games.
From a betting perspective, the Colts (and Titans) are two of my favorite longest shots to win the FCA. It’s not a 1u game, but it’s worth it. Both teams should take care of the Texans and Jaguars. Imagine if the Colts sweep the Titans, or vice versa? There is a realistic chance that one of these two teams will be 6-0 in the division. Getting the No. 1 seed and the bye week is huge and a hypothetical division sweep would put either team in the driver’s seat.
It is very possible that FCA West battled against each other, leaving the Bills, in my opinion, as one of the other candidates likely to win the conference’s top seed. Indy and Tennessee may not be the most talented overall rosters on paper, but the two franchises are again in unique situations to do even more damage in a lopsided division – much like how the Titans won. the top seed last year in the FCA. You can bet the Colts to win the FCA at 13/1 on Caesars.
Fantasy football prospects are easy. Taylor and Pittman are expected to be weekly starters. Alie-Cox and Ryan should be reserves. Flyers on who wins the No. 2 receiver role come in Week 1.
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Remarkable depth chart
QC: – Ranking of outsiders: 154 (ADP 154 / 0% ADP Difference)
RB: – Outsider Rank: 1 (ADP ten% ADP Difference)
RB: – Underdog Rank: 119 (ADP 137 / 15.13% ADP Difference)
WR: – Underdog Rank: 28 (ADP 30 / 7.14% ADP Difference)
WR: – Ranking of outsiders: 157 (ADP 174 / 10.83% ADP Difference)
WR: – Underdog Rank: 179 (ADP 165 – -7.82% ADP Difference)
AND : – Underdog Rank: 200 (ADP 213 / 6.5% ADP Difference)
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New note additions: , Stephon Gilmore
Departures to note: TY Hilton, Jack Doyle, Xavier Rhodes
I don’t think Ryan gives this team much more of an overall cap. But he has shown in recent years that he has at least the volume of his number one receiving goal. This year, that guy happens to be . He’s a prime candidate and there’s no receiver depth behind him that will challenge any workload. The problem is that you don’t get any break with its current ADPas the market already seems to be catching up to his new supporting cast and his role as an attacking prospect.
Alie-Cox at TE is a deeper punt with high potential equity. He has crazy athleticism. Jack Doyle’s departure is essential for him not only to see more of the field, but also to have a chance to get a few more looks in the red zone.
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