Indianapolis Colts preview 2023: Over or Under 6.5 wins? Chances to claim AFC South title?

Indianapolis Colts preview 2023: Over or Under 6.5 wins? Chances to claim AFC South title?
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It’s NFL team preview time, and today we’re looking at the Indianapolis Colts. Each Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from July 25 through Sept. 8, we will take an in-depth look at each team in the NFL with a 7- to 10-minute video going through impactful additions and departures, last year’s rankings and strength of schedule in 2023. analyst Jim Derry will then make a prediction on the team’s record this season and where they will finish in their respective division, along with the over/under win total, as posted by our partners at Caesars Sportsbook.

These stories are a brief summary of the accompanied preview videos – powered by the Dattitude Podcast (which will review each division every Friday until the season begins). The schedule for when each team will run is listed below with a link to each story and video that already has run.


2022 record: 4-12-1, 3rd in AFC South; did not make playoffs.

2023 bye week: 11

Coach: Shane Steichen (1st season)

2023 Draft: 1 (4th overall), QB Anthony Richardson, Florida; 2 (44), CB Julius Brents, Kansas State; 3 (79), WR Josh Downs, North Carolina; 4 (106), T Blake Freeland, BYU; 4 (110), DT Adetomiwa Adebawore, Northwestern; 5 (141), CB Darius Rush, South Carolina; 5 (158), S Daniel Scott, California; 5 (162), TE Will Mallory, Miami; 5 (176), RB Evan Hull, Northwestern; 6 (211), DE Titus Leo, Wagner; 7 (221), CB Jaylon Jones, Texas A&M; 7 (236), T Jake Witt, Northern Michigan.

Free-agent signings: K Matt Gay (from LA Rams), 4 years, $22.5M; DE Samson Ebukam (from San Francisco), 3 years, $24M; DT Taven Bryan (from Cleveland), 1 year, $3.51M; QB Gardner Minshew (from Philadelphia), 1 year, $3.5M; WR Isaiah McKenzie (from Buffalo), 1 year, $1.23M; WR Breshad Perriman (from Tampa Bay), 1 year, $1.17M; DE Genard Avery (from Tampa Bay), 1 year, $1.08M; TE Pharaoh Brown (from Cleveland), 1 year, $1.08M; DE Al-Quadin Muhammad (from Chicago), no contract announced as of July 25.

Key moments in video: Is Anthony Richardson going to be the next Lamar Jackson, and can Jonathan Taylor return to form? (1:40) Will it be Richardson or Gardner Minshew to start the season at QB? (4:02) How much will Shane Steichen change up? (4:30); Easiest and toughest parts of schedule (5:30); Over/Under win totals, predictions and projected record and finish in division (7:59).



July 25: Houston Texans

July 26: Indianapolis Colts

July 27: Jacksonville Jaguars

July 28: Tennessee Titans


Aug. 1: Arizona Cardinals

Aug. 2: Los Angeles Rams

Aug. 3: San Francisco 49ers

Aug. 4: Seattle Seahawks


Aug. 8: Denver Broncos

Aug. 9: Kansas City Chiefs

Aug. 10: Las Vegas Raiders

Aug. 11: Los Angeles Chargers


Aug. 15: Dallas Cowboys

Aug. 16: New York Giants

Aug. 17: Philadelphia Eagles

Aug. 18: Washington Commanders


Aug. 22: Buffalo Bills

Aug. 23: Miami Dolphins

Aug. 24: New England Patriots

Aug. 25: New York Jets


Aug. 29: Chicago Bears

Aug. 29: Detroit Lions

Aug. 30: Green Bay Packers

Aug. 30: Minnesota Vikings


Aug. 31: Baltimore Ravens

Aug. 31: Cincinnati Bengals

Sept. 1: Cleveland Browns

Sept. 2: Pittsburgh Steelers


Sept. 5: Atlanta Falcons

Sept. 6: Carolina Panthers

Sept. 7: Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Sept. 8: New Orleans Saints


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