The Athletic’s Zak Keefer says the two biggest questions for the Colts on offense in 2020 are if veteran WR T.Y. Hilton can stay healthy and if new QB Philip Rivers can revitalize Indianapolis’ passing attack.
Keefer adds it’s also up in the air whether second-round WR Michael Pittman and RB Jonathan Taylor can have immediate impacts on offense.
Keefer believes the Colts’ offensive line is the strength of the team.
The two most intriguing position battles, per Keefer, are QB Chad Kelly vs fourth-round QB Jacob Eason for the third-string job and the competition for the No. 5 receiver between Daurice Fountain, Marcus Johnson and sixth-round WR Dezmon Patmon.
Colts DE Kemoko Turay posted a video of himself on Twitter working out with former Colts DE Robert Mathis on hand-fighting.
As for the Texans’ swing tackle job, Reiss could see Houston deciding to keep Roderick Johnson if fourth-round OL Charlie Heck is not ready for playing time.
Jim Wyatt of the team website writes Titans WRs Kalif Raymond and Cameron Batson will be battling it out at the end of the roster and it’s not out of the question both could stick on the final 53.
Wyatt believes Titans WR Adam Humphries will be better in 2020, as his first year in Tennessee after signing as a free agent was affected by an ankle injury.
ESPN’s Turron Davenport writes the biggest question for the Titans in 2020 is if QB Ryan Tannehill can keep up his high level of production. Even if Tannehill can’t duplicate his 70.3 completion percentage and 9.6 YPA, Davenport thinks he can still be productive.
Entering a contract year, Titans WR Corey Davis will look to increase his consistency and his production as Tennessee’s No. 2 receiver, per Davenport.
Davenport notes Titans DL DaQuan Jones, LB Rashaan Evans and S Kevin Byard will be expected to take on bigger roles as team leaders following the trade of DT Jurrell Casey.