INDIANAPOLIS, IN - DECEMBER 16: A detail view of an Indianapolis Colts helmet is seen on the sidelines during the game against the Dallas Cowboys at Lucas Oil Stadium on December 16, 2018 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Michael Hickey/Getty Images)

Colts Rookie Review

LOLB Curtis Weaver: Week 1: 74(Normal) – Superbowl: 78(Normal)

HB Adrian Killins Jr: Week 1: 69(Normal) – Superbowl: 74(Superstar)

CB Tariq Castro-Fields: Week 1: 70(Normal) – Superbowl: 73(Normal)

ROLB Afernee Jennings: Week 1: 72(Normal) – Superbowl: 73(Normal)

Out of all of their draft picks the Colts only kept 4 rookies on the active roster for this season. Each rookie progressed a few points or more with the exception of linebacker Jennings, who hardly saw the field this season. First round draft pick Weaver found himself not being used as much as you would normally use a top draft pick. He continued to train and build himself throughout the season and has set himself up to be the starting defensive end for next season.  Half back Killins has been the most consistent rookie, starting 8 games in Hines absence. He ran fairly well this season, building himself up into superstar status where he was gifted the “jukebox” ability. Cornerback Fields played well in the 4th cornerback slot this season. His major focus for the season was his zone, where he has set himself up to compete for the second cornerback slot this upcoming season. The Colts didn’t have much need to play their rookies as vetern players occupied their spots. They all continued to grow and train and all of them will be expected to make major contributions towards the 2020 season. 


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