Jonathan Taylor, Mo Alie-Cox Prove More Than Capable As New Starters
Whether it was running back Jonathan Taylor replacing Marlon Mack or tight end Mo Alie-Cox filling in for Jack Doyle, both youngsters thrived Sunday in starting roles for the Indianapolis Colts' offense in their 28-11 Week 2 victory over the Minnesota Vikings.
Colts Respond With All-Around Domination Against Vikings
The Indianapolis Colts didn't have the effort they wanted from their offense, defense or special teams in their Week 1 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars. But Sunday's 2020 home opener against the Minnesota Vikings was a completely different story for the Colts, who bullied their way to a 28-11 victory to even their record at 1-1.
Zach Pascal, Michael Pittman Jr. Active Against Vikings; Rock Ya-Sin Inactive
The Indianapolis Colts have announced their inactives list for today's Week 2 contest against the Minnesota Vikings, and two wide receiver labeled as questionable heading in, Zach Pascal and Michael Pittman Jr., are active, while cornerback Rock Ya-Sin is inactive.
2020 Colts Fantasy Preview: Colts/Vikings, Week 2
A week into the regular season, the Indianapolis Colts will already make a change at the running back position, as rookie Jonathan Taylor takes over as the starter after a season-ending Achilles injury to veteran Marlon Mack. What's the ripple effect of that change from a fantasy football perspective? Here's the Week 2 fantasy preview.
Frank Reich Gives His Final Takes On Vikings Before Week 2 Matchup
Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich recently sat down with Colts.com's Matt Taylor to give his final thoughts on Sunday's 2020 Week 2 matchup against the Minnesota Vikings. What did Reich have to say about Mo Alie-Cox and Noah Togiai's opportunity at tight end, correcting the mistakes from Week 1, Jonathan Taylor's first start and more?
Colts Mailbag: Week 1 Thoughts, Jonathan Taylor-Nyheim Hines Splits, Playing More Man Coverage, Vikings Challenges
In this week's Colts Mailbag, readers inquire about what went wrong in the Colts' Week 1 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars, what a Jonathan Taylor-Nyheim Hines backfield will look like moving forward, how defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus is approaching coverage schemes, the challenges the Vikings present on Sunday and much more.
Mo Alie-Cox, Noah Togiai Looking At Expanded Roles At Tight End Sunday Against Vikings
With starter end Jack Doyle out with knee/ankle injuries, and with Trey Burton on injured reserve, the Indianapolis Colts will roll with Mo Alie-Cox and undrafted rookie Noah Togiai at tight end in Sunday's Week 2 contest against the Minnesota Vikings at Lucas Oil Stadium.