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Posted: 8/10/2018 3:13pm ET
Huddle Up: The Colts likely will take things slow with Mack because it is a hamstring injury. Owners should monitor the situation because Mack probably will lead the team in carries in 2018. Mack can be considered a No. 3 receiver if he is healthy for Week 1.
Posted: 8/10/2018 12:29pm ET
Huddle Up: Robert Turbin got a bit of early run for the Colts after Mack left Thursday, but he will be serving a suspension to begin the season. It's very likely Indianapolis will give rookies Jordan Wilkins and Nyheim Hines some more opportunities as the preseason progresses, and those two players should be the ones owners are targeting in fantasy drafts after Mack. The Colts' backfield figures to be a committee attack all season long.
Posted: 8/9/2018 8:07pm ET
Huddle Up: Mack was expected to be the starter for the Colts, and if the injury turns out to be serious, Robert Turbin, Jordan Wilkins and Nyheim Hines could all see more touches. Thanks to his pass-catching prowess, Hines would likely have the easiest path to fantasy relevance.
Posted: 8/4/2018 10:04am ET
Huddle Up: Mack likely is the leading candidate for the starting running back job and could receive a solid amount of carries during the season. He may not rush for 1,500 yards like Irsay indicated but could be a No. 3 running back in most standard leagues.
Posted: 7/25/2018 1:32pm ET
Huddle Up: Mack appears to be the leading candidate for the starting running back job and should see a lot of work during the preseason. He posted decent numbers in 2017 despite the injury and has a chance to be a valuable fantasy option if he starts. Owners in most leagues could consider him a No. 2 or No. 3 back.
Posted: 5/7/2018 9:00pm ET
Huddle Up: The Colts did not give Mack any true competition in the form of an early-round running back in the draft and have yet to sign a free agent who could push him. While telling The Star that Mack needs to improve in pass pro, general manager Chris Ballard also said 'everything with Marlon was better than I expected, everything.' Indianapolis will probably open the season with a committee backfield, but Mack should be given a shot to run away with the job if he starts fast. He's a high-upside, high-end flex option for now.
Posted: 5/1/2018 8:11pm ET
Huddle Up: The Colts did very little to address the running back position in the draft or free agency, so this is Mack's backfield to lead despite head coach Frank Reich suggesting his team doesn't have a starting running back right now. At the very least, Mack figures to nearly double his 93 carries from a season ago, which would make him a strong flex option and possible RB2 given his big-play ability.
Posted: 4/28/2018 7:01pm ET
Huddle Up: Mack should still be considered the frontrunner to start, but he could share touches with Nyheim Hines and others. Mack looks like a RB3 candidate at this point.
Posted: 4/13/2018 8:45pm ET
Huddle Up: If the Colts don't add another back early in the draft, Mack could be given a chance to lead the backfield in 2018. In that scenario, he would be worth grabbing as a RB3.
Posted: 12/23/2017 4:39pm ET
Huddle Up: Mack has received a limited amount of touches during games this season and has not been a big factor for fantasy owners. He can be avoided in fantasy leagues next week against the Houston Texans.
Posted: 12/10/2017 2:18pm ET
Huddle Up: Mack has been receiving a handful of touches during games and probably will receive a similar workload next week against the Denver Broncos. He probably can be avoided in most leagues moving forward.
Posted: 11/26/2017 3:12pm ET
Huddle Up: Late in the fourth Mack was involved on a pitch from Jacoby Brissett. The QB was credited with the lost fumble, but Mack probably should have had it. The Titans covered up in the red zone and ended up going on to victory as a result. As such, Frank Gore is likely to remain the top dog in the Indy backfield for the remainder of the season.
Posted: 11/5/2017 3:13pm ET
Huddle Up: Eventually Mack might take over as the No. 1 tailback in Indianapolis, especially if the team is officially eliminated from any postseason hope. However, he averaged just 3.2 yards per carry to 3.0 per tote for Frank Gore, so he'll need to do more if he wants to push the veteran sooner rather than later.
Posted: 10/29/2017 6:17pm ET
Huddle Up: The Colts used a run-heavy attack with sloppy conditions. The fact Mack had 14 total touches shouldn't lead anyone to believe he is carving into Frank Gore's role, as the veteran had 20 total touches and over 100 scrimmage yards. Mack will need to do more than 2.5 yards per carry to unseat Gore.
Posted: 10/22/2017 3:46pm ET
Huddle Up: Mack is clearly the future in Indianapolis with only the aging Frank Gore ahead of him on the depth chart. Mack is more explosive and a better option for fantasy owners in PPR formats right now.
Posted: 10/19/2017 10:19am ET
Huddle Up: Mack should have been seeing more touches anyway, but Turbin's unfortunate demise has forced Indy's hand. Mack is arguably the Colts' best playmaker on offense not named T.Y. Hilton. Look for him to be more involved in the passing game, too.
Posted: 10/16/2017 10:21pm ET
Huddle Up: Yikes, so much for the Colts getting Mack more work after his big game in Week 5. Luckily for the rookie and his owners, though, Robert Turbin (elbow) looks like he's going to miss at least a few weeks, so Mack should immediately get more work again as early as next week. It's just hard to trust him as a FLEX outside of the deepest formats after tonight's stinker.
Posted: 10/14/2017 6:56pm ET
Huddle Up: Mack had nine carries for 91 yards in Week 5, and he is easily the most explosive back the Colts have. He will be a risky start in Week 6 against the Tennessee Titans, but the needle is pointing up for the rookie, and he should be owned in all formats.
Posted: 10/12/2017 10:23am ET
Huddle Up: Remember that Mack is only a rookie, so he has just three professional games under his proverbial belt. He has shown flashes of being the future of the Colts' backfield, though, and deserves more opportunities. For now, keep Mack on the bench until he's given more touches on a consistent basis.
Posted: 10/8/2017 7:34pm ET
Huddle Up: Mack did a good job, including a 35-yard scamper, while veteran Frank Gore was mostly stuck in neutral against his former team. Might it be a sign of things to come? Well, Gore still had 17 total touches to 10 for Mack. It's certainly a situation worth watching heading into Week 6 and beyond, and scooping up Mack isn't a bad idea if he is available off the waiver wire.
Posted: 9/10/2017 8:06pm ET
Huddle Up: This one was out of hand early, so Mack saw time in place of Frank Gore. Given Gore's age, Mack could be worth a speculative stash, especially in keeper formats.
Posted: 8/19/2017 7:16pm ET
Huddle Up: Mack will enter the season behind Frank Gore and Robert Turbin, but Gore isn't getting any younger, and Mack has the most explosiveness out of the bunch. Mack isn't the worst player to take a flier on with one of your final picks.
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