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showdown with Chiefs | FOX59INDIANAPOLIS https://www.coltsfanshop.com/hats , Ind. Ė Frank Reich realizes the next step on his teamís dramatic run likely must be taken in less than ideal conditions. The advanced forecast for Saturday afternoon in Kansas City involves temperatures in the mid-30s and a 60-percent chance for snow with an accumulation of at l...Andrew Luck's playoff comeback part of hold Colts have on ChiefsFive years ago, Andrew Luck and the Colts overcome a 38-10 third-quarter deficit to hand the Kansas City Chiefs another crushing playoff lossTony Dungy On Colts' Playoff Hopes, Frank Reich, Andrew LuckLegendary former Indianapolis Colts head coach Tony Dungy on Wednesday stopped by the team facility as part of his duties with NBC, and then spoke to the Colts after practice. He talked about his impressions of the Colts afterwards on 1070 The Fan'sKravitz: From guard to tackle to rising star, Colts rookie Braden Smith solidifies NFLís best offensive line Ė The AthleticSmith has become an unlikely anchor on the right side. He's no longer the leagueís best-kept secret.Kenny Moore Defining Consistency, Dependability For Colts In 2018 | 1070 the FanWhat has Kenny Moore meant to the Coltsí success in 2018? Without a doubt, Moore has been one of the teamís most dependable and important players.Colts' Marlon Mack delivers 'body blows' to wear down competition - Indianapolis Colts Blog- ESPNA patient style with speed to turn the corner and some open-field wiggle makes the slippery back a nice complement to Indianapolis' passing attack.A tougher Marlon Mack helped Colts get NFL playoff date with Chiefs.Running back Marlon Mack's enormous improvement is a chief reason the Colts reached the playoffs, beat the Texans and now face the Kansas City Chiefs.Colts at Chiefs rekindles memory of Indyís great escape in í13 playoffs, 2 trips to Arrowhead | CBS 4 - Indianapolis News, Weather, Traffic and Sports | WTTVINDIANAPOLIS, Ind. Ė To carve a niche in history required some extraordinarily poor play. The Indianapolis Colts spent the first 30 minutes of their 2013 AFC wild-card matchup with the Kansas City Chiefs quieting their lathered-up Lucas Oil Stadium sellout crowd.Five turning points in the greatest comeback in Colts history Ė The AthleticWith the Colts and Chiefs set to meet again in Saturdayís divisional playoff game at Arrowhead Stadium, itís an optimal time to reflect on one of the more insane football games weíve ever seen.Colts Notebook: Malik Hooker Misses Entire Week Of Practice, Questionable For Saturday | 1070 the FanThe Colts had their final practice of the week on Thursday. What does the teamís final injury report of the week look like?Capt. Andrew Luck: The controversy and mystique of the Twitter accountCapt. Andrew Luck revealed a few tidbits about the person behind the Twitter account. We still don't know who it is, but we can guess.Ryan Grant Ruled Out Saturday Against Chiefs; Malik Hooker Questionable, Tyquan Lewis DoubtfulIndianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich on Thursday said just one player, wide receiver Ryan Grant, has been ruled out for Saturdayís Divisional Round matchup on the road against the Kansas City Chiefs. Whatís the status of safety Malik Hooker, defensivWhat it's like for Colts' Eric Ebron to have a baby in during playoffColts tight end Eric Ebron to coach Frank Reich on Saturday: 'Thank you for bringing me here.'Reich: 'Weíre here because of you.'Read Marv Levyís letter to L.A. Times supporting Frank Reich to be NFL head coachLegendary Buffalo Bills coach Marv Levy, who led them to four consecutive Super Bowls during his tenure from 1986-97, wrote Los Angeles Times NFL writer Sam Farmer on Jan. 30, 2018, to promote Frank Reich for a head coaching position. Reich was later hired by the Indianpolis Colts, who are now in the second round of the AFC playoffs.2018 Colts Fantasy Preview: Colts/Chiefs, Divisional RoundThe Indianapolis Colts travel west to take on the Kansas City Chiefs in the Divisional Round of the playoffs, potentially leading to an explosive fantasy matchup.Freddie Kitchens interested in Chuck Pagano and Vance Joseph as DC; Todd Monken and Jim Bob Cooter for OC, per reports | cleveland.comKitchens has already started lining up interviews with coordinator candidates, and they could begin on Friday.COLTS MEDIA As we put the draft in the rear-view mirror, itís time to look ahead at the AFC South and begin to try to predict how the division will break down in the upcoming season. To do that Indianapolis Colts Hoodie , weíll take..." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteStampede Bluean Indianapolis Colts communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsColtsShopAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Colts StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Colts NewsYahoo Colts Team PageYahoo Colts ReportYahoo Colts Depth ChartYahoo Colts TransactionsYahoo Colts PhotosShop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Ranking the AFC South Position Groups: ReceiversNew,54commentsEDTShareTweetShareShareRanking the AFC South Position Groups: ReceiversPhoto by Andy Lyons/Getty ImagesAs we put the draft in the rear-view mirror, itís time to look ahead at the AFC South and begin to try to predict how the division will break down in the upcoming season. To do that, weíll take each position group from each team and pit them against each other, ranking them from worst to best.To clarify how Iíll be arriving at these rankings, I will be taking various factors into account for each position group. For example, simply having the best running back doesnít make a group the strongest if they have to run behind a cardboard cutout offensive line. The totality of the situation will be considered before arriving at a ranking.So far weíve ranked quarterbacks and running backs, and today weíll take a look at the wide receiver position. Jacksonville JaguarsPhoto by Sam Greenwood/Getty ImagesIt may seem like Iím picking on the Jags, but they just have not done much to solidify their offense, and it shows. Nick Foles is going to have his work cut out for him this season, because he wonít have much to work with. Dede Westbrook is the teamís top receiver in terms of talent, and his 717 yard, 5 touchdown campaign in 2018 isnít terrible, but it would be good for second on every other AFC South team except Indy, where it would rank third. Their second most productive receiver in 2018? Donte Moncrief, who left in free agency. Marquise Leeís return from a knee injury that wiped out his 2018 season can hopefully fill the void left by Moncrief.D.J. Chark, Chris Conley, and Keelan Cole make up the rest of the room, and while they are a young group and someone could have a breakout season, there simply isnít a lot of blue chip talent in the receiver room to hang your hat on. Nick Foles is a better quarterback than Blake Bortles, and that will likely mean better performances from the receivers, but how much can he be expected to raise their game? This offense seems set to be a tough watch. Tennessee TitansPhoto by Wesley Hitt/Getty ImagesThis was a really tough one, because there really is a pretty solid group of talent in the AFC South receiver rooms excepting Jacksonville. The thing keeping the Titans out of second here is that they donít yet have an elite player at the wide receiver position. Corey Davis could have that kind of year and be the next big thing, but he isnít there yet, and I donít know that Marcus Mariota can get him there. Adam Humphries was a great addition to their roster and should give them a solid weapon out of the slot. He has been money over his past 3 seasons in that role and should easily be good for 600+ yards and a handful of touchdowns. Taywan Taylor and Tajae Sharp are both solid number depth players to fill out the room.However, it is rookie A.J. Brown that intrigues me. Brown is a very talented player out of Ole Miss. He has good athleticism and size to pair with his polished route running and hands. His consistent play is the kind many receivers donít have when teams get swept away by combine numbers in favor of players who can do their jobs. He can play any position, and could immediately put himself in contention for a starting role and make this offense better.Houston TexansPhoto by Bob Levey/Getty ImagesThe Texans have the best receiver in the division in DeAndre Hopkins. There is an argument to be made that Hopkins is the best receiver in the NFL, and Iím not going to make it here, but Iíd certainly listen if someone else wanted to. Hopkinsí ability to contort to the ball and make highlight reel catches is wild, and now paired with a real quarterback in Deshaun Watson Khari Willis Jersey , he looks better than ever. With the exception of Pierre Desir, Hopkins has been almost unstoppable, and I donít expect that to change in 2019.Behind Hopkins is Will Fuller. Fullerís biggest knock is that he hasnít yet been healthy for an entire season. There is little doubt he can play, and should he stay healthy, this team is completely different. His health does matter though, and heíll be rehabbing a late season ACL tear, which could limit his availability and effectiveness.Keke Coutee also missed a lot of his rookie year with injuries, but when he was on the field looked like a dynamic piece to the Texans offense. If he can stay healthy and take another step in his second season, Coutee should be primed to take on a significant role in the offense.All in all, a lot depends on injury. DeAndre Hopkins has proven he can carry the team on his back, but there are limits to what one player can do, and it seems unfair to ask him to do more than his 1572 yard 11 touchdown season from last year. The guys behind their top three leave a lot to be desired, so if they canít play, it changes the offenseís potential entirely.Indianapolis ColtsPhoto by Streeter Lecka/Getty ImagesOkay, so of the rankings thus far, this one made me squirm the most while deciding the order. There are very good arguments to be made that any of the Titans, Texans, and Colts could be on top here, but I chose the Colts for two reasons: T.Y. Hilton and Frank Reich.First, letís start with Hilton. T.Y. Hilton did something last season I didnít think he could do. He raised his game. The guy has been fantastic for years, so I didnít think I could be much more impressed with him, but his gutsy 2018 campaign changed that. He proved himself to be one of the toughest players on the team, and played through a high and low ankle sprain to lead his team to the playoffs and then a playoff win. He is a top ten wide receiver in the NFL, and a dangerous chess piece for Reichís offense. Oh, and heíll be back healthy. The rest of the receivers are less established, but letís start with Devin Funchess. Funchess was a player Frank Reich specifically wanted to target in free agency, and was brought in to be that number two receiver across from Hilton. He provides a size advantage that should make him a major asset in the red zone, and I expect weíll see Frank Reich capitalize on that to make defenses choose to cover Funchess or Eric Ebron inside the 20. He has averaged 558 yards per season, and that level of production inside this offense would be huge, given the Coltsí tendency to spread the ball around.Chester Rogers is a much maligned player by Colts fans http://www.coltsfanshop.com/Bobby-Okereke-Jersey , but considering that the UDFA has managed to stick on the roster, contribute to special teams, and was one of the more dependable options down the stretch when Luck needed production, Iím not entirely sure why. He isnít a yards after the catch monster or a speedy deep threat, but he does offer a dependable option as a 3rd or 4th receiver on the roster.These three alone arenít worth first place. The next two players, however, might be. Parris Campbell, the Coltsí second round selection, seems like a perfect match for Frank Reichís system, both in terms of skill set and personality. It doesnít mean much, but he has already flashed his potential at the rookie mini camp, and if he is able to contribute in any meaningful way, he adds a much needed yards after the catch receiver who can also make plays downfield. Second year player Deon Cain is another name to watch, as he looked incredible during camp before going down with an ACL tear in the first preseason game. There are certainly some players who light up the off-season and it never translates to actual games, but when you can outshine T.Y. Hilton, who is often the talk of camp, there just might be something to that. Because neither of these guys needs to start or produce right away, they just provide the potential for depth that could eventually challenge to be starters. That depth and potential is huge.ConclusionThis one was the toughest ranking yet. The Titans have possibly the deepest group, with 4-5 guys who will be solid contributors but no sure-fire elite receivers. The Texans have one of the best receivers in the NFL, and two very good guys behind him who canít stay on the field. Ultimately, the Colts have an elite top receiver, a stable full of very good potential receivers, and a coach and quarterback who are great at getting the most out of their talent. All these situations are full of ďifs.Ē If Corey Davis has a breakout year, the Titansí receiver room could be incredible. If The Texans receiver room stays healthy, they should be hard to stop. If the Colts get Parris Campbell really going and Deon Cain comes back to the form he had last off-season, this could be an unbeatable group. 2018 AFC South WR StatsWide ReceiverGamesReceptionsYardsTouchdownsCatch %Wide ReceiverGamesReceptionsYardsTouchdownsCatch %So what do you think?

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