• Marlon Mack
  • RB
  • , Indianapolis Colts
  • 23
  • 213 lbs
  • 5' 11"
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Draft note
by John Paulsen
Mack struggled with an injury in training camp, but once he got going, he really got going. He had five games where he ran for at least 119 yards and a touchdown and saw at least 10 carries in all but two games. He was not as involved in the passing game (1.4 receptions per game), but he averaged a total of 87 yards and 0.79 touchdowns per game in 14 games, including the postseason.

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Scouting report

by Brandon Niles

IND RB Marlon Mack - 2019 Fantasy Football Outlook

Fantasy Upside

Marlon Mack had a breakout season in his second year. He missed four games, but he was productive when he was on the field. He averaged 84.25 yards from scrimmage per game and scored 10 touchdowns. He averaged 4.7 yards per carry behind an improved offensive line that featured rookie All-Pro guard Quenton Nelson. While not used extensively in the passing game, he was targeted 26 times and isn’t a liability on passing downs. He’s a key cog in a fantastic Colts offense that was fifth in the league in points per game last season, and seventh in total yards per game.

Fantasy Downside

Mack missed four games and was nicked up for much of the season with nagging injuries. The Colts also have a dynamic pass-catching back in Nyheim Hines, who will limit Mack’s opportunities in the passing game. Spencer Ware was added to the roster in free agency, so it’s possible the Colts employ a committee approach to the backfield. One season does not a career make, and Mack will need to prove he can be productive in multiple years to earn status as a top fantasy back.

2019 Bottom Line

With Andrew Luck returned to form and an emerging Colts offense, Mack should continue to thrive as the primary ball-carrier. Improved offensive line play and a schedule that features the Falcons, Raiders and Chiefs – ranked 28th, 22nd and 31st in rushing yards per attempt allowed last season, respectively – over the first five games of the season could have Mack off to a hot start. He’s well-worth his ADP at the back of the third round in 12-team leagues, and we have him ranked as an RB2 in all league formats.

2019 Strength of Schedule - IND
W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17
12
@LAC
4
@TEN
25
ATL
19
OAK
31
@KC
BYE8
HOU
17
DEN
5
@PIT
32
MIA
6
JAX
8
@HOU
4
TEN
27
@TB
3
@NO
7
CAR
6
@JAX

Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.

2019 Game Stats
WeekOppRuAttRuYdsRuTDFumYPCRecRecYdsRecTDTgtsYPRSTDPPRSnaps%
1CIN--------------
2@WAS1034003.4012022.003.64.618/6129.5%
3@PHI0000-0000-0.00.00/590.0%
4HOU--------------
5@NE--------------
6@NYJ1289007.4214024.009.310.324/6934.8%
7BUF19126106.632331316.5027.929.937/6656.1%
8@OAK25132205.28217048.5026.928.949/7862.8%
9BYE--------------
10JAX1229002.4229024.503.85.833/5560.0%
11TEN1661103.8118028.0012.913.938/6261.3%
12MIA1585005.67211025.509.611.636/6952.2%
13@JAX827003.3816016.003.34.328/7636.8%
14@HOU1433102.360001-9.39.340/6759.7%
15DAL27139215.151100110.0024.925.944/7261.1%
16NYG1234102.8314034.009.810.843/6764.2%
17@TEN25119114.763-103-0.3315.818.853/7967.1%
Per game16.2575.670.750.174.661.428.580.082.176.0613.0914.5136.92/68.4253.80%
Totals195908924.66171031266.06157.1174.1443/88053.80%