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|Mack catapulted into the top 10 at the running back position with ten total touchdowns and 1111 combined rushing and receiving yards last year. His 13.4 points per game were better than David Johnson, Phillip Lindsay, and Leonard Fournette, and he scored three more rushing touchdowns than Ezekiel Elliott.
The Colts did not add a young running back in the draft or and have put veteran Spencer Ware on the PUP list, lending credence to the narrative that the team intends on using Mack as their first and second down back and Nyheim Hines as the receiving back once again in 2019.
Another 10-touchdown season for Mack is not out of the question based on the fact that the Colts project to be a top-10 offense and the offensive line for Indy is one of the best in the league. But the fact that Mack is not a heavily used back in the passing game will limit his ability to finish as an elite fantasy running back especially in PPR leagues.
|D'Onta Foreman lands on his feet in Indy|
RB waived by Texans on Aug. 4
By: Doug Orth | Mon Aug 5, 6:40 pm
|D'Onta Foreman claimed off waivers by Colts, per a league source. (Houston Chronicle - Aaron Wilson)|
FFToday's Take: Foreman finds an interesting landing spot with the Colts, who really only have Jordan Wilkins and Jonathan Williams vying for early-down touches behind Marlon Mack. However, the reason he was reportedly available was due to poor work habits, at least that was the opinion of the esteemed Houston Chronicle beat reporter John McClain. If Foreman gets his mind right, he could easily emerge as Mack's primary backup by the end of the preseason.
| Colts' RB Spencer Ware lands on Reserve/PUP list|
Will miss first 6 games of the season
By: Mike Krueger | Fri Aug 2, 5:45 pm
|The Indianapolis Colts today signed free agent defensive end Dadi Nicolas and placed running back Spencer Ware on the Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform List. (Colts.com)|
FFToday's Take: Despite what you might read other places, Ware's season isn't over... at least for right now. The reserve/PUP list means Ware will miss at least the first six games of the season. Nyheim Hines, Jordan Wilkins and Jonathan Williams are next up on the depth chart behind starter Marlon Mack.