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Indianapolis Colts 2021 NFL Mock Draft Roundup 6.0

Throughout the year and leading up to the 2021 NFL draft, we will update our Indianapolis Colts Mock Draft Roundup showing picks for the Indianapolis Colts from several prominent sites and draft analysts.

For a more inclusive lists of mock drafts for the Indianapolis Colts, check out our 2021 Indianapolis Colts Mock Draft Database.

The following are picks in recent mock drafts for the Colts:

EDSFootball - Hanson (3/5)

21. Jaelan Phillips, EDGE, Miami (FL)

With the top three (four if you count Vera-Tucker) offensive tackles off the board, I still considered Oklahoma State's Teven Jenkins here. In a year with a deep tackle class, however, the Colts address Anthony Costanzo's retirement in the second round of this mock.

Justin Houston has 19.0 sacks in his two seasons in Indianapolis, but the 32-year-old edge rusher is set to become a free agent later this month. Phillips has taken an indirect path from five-star recruit -- No. 3 in 2017 ESPN 300 -- to potential first-round pick. Unretiring from football and transferring from UCLA, Phillips had eight sacks and 15.5 tackles for loss over 10 games in his only season with the Hurricanes. The scheme-diverse edge rusher has the strength and length to set the edge and the quickness and bend to disrupt the passing game.

ESPN - McShay (3/4)

21. Gregory Rousseau, EDGE, Miami (FL)

Christian Darrisaw might be an option if still available, filling in Anthony Castonzo's spot at left tackle, or the Colts might take a long look at Trevon Moehrig (TCU) at safety. But it's hard to ignore the need for pass-rush depth, especially as Indy deals with free-agency concerns on the edge. Rousseau hasn't played since 2019, but he had 15.5 sacks in that season and can overwhelm blockers with his power. He'd help keep an elite defense at the top of its game.

Mike Wells on his fit with the Colts: Pass-rusher is the Colts' most important area to address this offseason, especially with veteran Justin Houston being a free agent and the team looking to get younger there. Sliding in alongside DeForest Buckner, Rousseau would have an opportunity to be a day one starter if Indy doesn't re-sign Houston, especially if Kemoko Turay's struggles continue.

CBS Sports - Trapasso (3/3)

21. Elijah Moore, WR, Mississippi

Moore is the type of YAC weapon Frank Reich will love in his quick-strike offense.

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2020 NFL Power Rankings: Indianapolis Colts

Throughout the 2020 NFL season, we will compile a consensus NFL Power Rankings that averages the rankings of all 32 NFL teams.

Here is where the Indianapolis Colts rank in terms of average, best and worst in our consensus Week 17 NFL Power Rankings:

Below you will find a Week 17 roundup for the Colts in our consensus 2020 NFL Power Rankings.

The Athletic -- Rank: 10

Philip Rivers, QB: The Colts face key decisions with a number of players like T.Y. Hilton and Justin Houston. But their biggest offseason question is what to do at quarterback. Rivers has been fine (ranking 18th in QBR), but if the season ended today, the Colts would miss the playoffs. Rivers is 39. Will Indianapolis try to bring him back for another one-year run or go in a different direction?

CBS Sports -- Rank: 10

They gagged away a game against the Steelers. With that type of lead, coupled with that defense, that shouldn't happen.

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Indianapolis Colts: 2020 NFL Schedule

Below you will find the weekly NFL regular-season schedule for the Colts in 2020.

MORE: Team-by-Team List of 2021 NFL Opponents

WeekDateOpponentResults
Week 1Sun., Sept. 13at Jacksonville JaguarsL 27-20
Week 2Sun., Sept. 20vs. Minnesota VikingsW 28-11
Week 3Sun., Sept. 27vs. New York JetsW 36-7
Week 4Sun., Oct. 4at Chicago BearsW 19-11
Week 5Sun., Oct. 11at Cleveland BrownsL 32-23
Week 6Sun., Oct. 18vs. Cincinnati BengalsW 31-27
Week 7BYE
Week 8Sun., Nov. 1at Detroit LionsW 41-21
Week 9Sun., Nov. 8vs. Baltimore RavensL 24-10
Week 10Thu., Nov. 12at Tennessee TitansW 34-17
Week 11Sun., Nov. 22vs. Green Bay PackersW 34-31 (OT)
Week 12Sun., Nov. 29vs. Tennessee TitansL 45-26
Week 13Sun., Dec. 6at Houston TexansW 26-20
Week 14Sun., Dec. 13at Las Vegas RaidersW 44-27
Week 15Sun., Dec. 20vs. Houston TexansW 27-20
Week 16Sun., Dec. 27at Pittsburgh SteelersL 28-24
Week 17Sun., Jan. 3vs. Jacksonville JaguarsW 28-14

MORE: Colts historical W-L records - Colts historical head-to-head records

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Indianapolis Colts - 2020 Draft Results

The table below are all of the 2020 NFL Draft picks selected by the Indianapolis Colts.

RoundOverallPlayerPositionSchool
234Michael PittmanWRUSC
241Jonathan TaylorRBWisconsin
385Julian BlackmonSUtah
4122Jacob EasonQBWashington
5149Danny PinterGBall State
6193Rob WindsorDTPenn State
6211Isaiah RodgersDBMassachusetts
6212Dezmon PatmonWRWashington State
6213Jordan GlasgowLBMichigan

More: Full 2020 NFL Draft Results - Indianapolis Colts Draft History

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Indianapolis Colts Fantasy Football ADPs

When it comes time to draft our fantasy football teams, it's helpful to know where players are typically being selected in fantasy football drafts.

As we approach the 2021 NFL season, the tool that helps us understand where players are being selected, on average, is fantasy football average draft position (ADP).

Using data from Fantasy Football Calculator, we have set up pages for all fantasy-relevant players that depicts their current trends in standard-scoring and PPR-scoring ADPs.

The chart below displays the Fantasy Football Average Draft Position (ADP) movement over the past 30 days for Indianapolis Colts wide receiver T.Y. Hilton in 12-team standard-scoring formats.

T.Y. Hilton Average Draft Position

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