While all of this was somewhat expected, it is disappointing nonetheless. In Mack's absence, expect the 15th-highest scoring running back for the year, Nyheim Hines, to continue to lead the way from a snaps and fantasy scoring perspective. He has played 73 percent and 69 percent of snaps the last two weeks, compared to Jordan Wilkins' 29 percent and 34 percent. Hines is outscoring Wilkins 14.3 PPR PPG to 5.8.
Eric Ebron is also going to keep his role for at least another game, once again slotting in as a top-five tight end. He is already the fifth-highest scoring tight end on the season, averaging 12.5 PPG.
The Colts' receivers look to be more of a mixed bag, with Ryan Grant and Chester Rogers both getting WR4 consideration. Odds are good one of the two will have a 13-15 point sort of effort, but it is anybody's guess as to which one it will be. Each should have a solid floor, though, based on projected target volume in a game Andrew Luck will need to throw the ball a ton for the Colts to keep up (the total for the game is 51.5). Zach Pascal made a little noise last week but is only recommended for the truly desperate.