The Indianapolis Colts head to London to take on the Jacksonville Jaguars early Sunday Morning (10-2-16 9:30 ET), here's a list of players that you might start and some sleepers that you might want to know about for your fantasy football teams.
Andrew Luck is starting for the Colts. He’s an every week starter and look for him to have a good game as the Jaguars rank 23rd in points given up to the quarterback.
Blake Bortles is starting for the Jaguars. He’s a good backup option if you have Aaron Rodgers on a bye week. Bortles gets most of his points in garbage time which could happen Sunday. Colts are 15th against quarterbacks so you could see a decent point total.
Frank Gore is starting for the Colts with Josh Ferguson and Robert Turbin backing him up. Frank Gore will get a bulk of the carries but look for Ferguson to steal some carries from the aging running back. The Jaguars rank 7th against the run so don’t look for huge numbers with this group.
T.J. Yeldon is the starter here with Chris Ivory backing him up. Chris Ivory is coming back into shape after missing the first two games with an undisclosed medical issue. They split carries in week three and will continue that against a Colts defense that ranks 31st against running backs.
T.Y. Hilton is the number one wide receiver for the Colts. Donte Moncrief will miss this game with Phillip Dorsett taking his spot. The Jags rank 23rd against wide receivers so look for Dorsett to be a great sleeper option.
Allen Robinson is the number one in Jacksonville with Allen Hurns on the other side. Robinson was a high draft pick this year but has been touchdown dependent so far. Marquise Lee seems to have a good connection with Bortles but don’t look for him to break out this week as the Colts rank 6th against wide receivers.
Dwayne Allen is the Colts starter with Jack Doyle as his backup. Doyle has actually outscored Allen so far this year but mostly because of his huge week one. Look for Allen to get most of the points this week. The Jags rank 11th against tight ends.
Julius Thomas is the number one starter for the Jags but is a game time decision with an elbow injury. The Colts rank 17th against tight ends so if Thomas misses the game Marcedes Lewis is not a bad option to replace him.
Defense will be thin in this divisional matchup so passing on both teams is a good way to go. With that being said, kickers Adam Vinatieri and Jason Myers will have decent points.