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All 32 NFL teams released their schedules for the 2019 season Indianapolis Colts Anthony Walker Jersey , with Week 1 kicking off with a meeting between the Colts and the Chargers. This year’s schedule for Indianapolis is the first time..."All 32 NFL teams released their schedules for the 2019 season, with Week 1 kicking off with a meeting between the Colts and the Chargers. This year’s schedule for Indianapolis is the first time since the 2015 season that they’ll face off against the NFC South, and the first time since 2011 that they’ll play in New Orleans and Tampa Bay.The Colts hold a combined 192-179 record against their upcoming opponents, with all-time losing records to seven teams: the Steelers, Saints, Chargers, Raiders, Dolphins, Broncos and Panthers.Week 1: Colts @ ChargersWhen: Sept. 8, 4:05 p.m.All-time record: Chargers 18, Colts 11Latest result: Colts 26, Chargers 22 (9/25/16)Breakdown: The Chargers and the Colts, before getting bounced in the second round of the playoffs last year, were two of the hottest teams in the league — ending the regular season with 20 wins in 23 contests. Philip Rivers is still running the ship in Los Angeles, but the real matchup to watch is on the line of scrimmage. EDGE rushers Joey Bosa and Melvin Ingram are some of the best in all of football, and the Colts firmly placed themselves as one of the best (if not THE best) offensive line in the NFL.Week 2: Colts @ TitansWhen: Sept. 15, 1:00 p.m.All-time record: Colts 33, Titans 16Latest result: Colts 33, Titans 17 (12/30/18)Breakdown: The Colts are 13-2 in their last 15 games against Tennessee, with the Titans two wins coming in the 2017 season. Quarterback Marcus Mariota has still yet to play all 16 games of a regular season, and backup (maybe eventual starter?) Ryan Tannehill has 19-21 record in his last three seasons. Head coach Mike Vrabel predicates his teams around physicality, led by a strong run game — the seventh best last season — led by Derrick Henry. The only problem? Last year, the Colts held Tennessee to over 25 yards below their normal average. There weren’t any drastic changes for them this offseason, hinting at similar results in 2019.Week 3: Falcons @ ColtsWhen: Sept. 22, 1:00 p.m.All-time record: Colts 14, Falcons 2Latest result: Colts 24, Falcons 21 (11/22/15)Breakdown: A slew of injuries hurt a very talented Falcons team in 2018, with key players like Devonta Freeman, Deion Jones, Andy Levitre and Keanu Neal playing a combined 11 games. Amid those ailments, the Falcons surrender 384.5 yards per game — 28th in the NFL — while the offense still managed the sixth-highest per-game average with 389.1 yards per game. Week 4: Raiders @ ColtsWhen: Sept. 29, 1:00 p.m.All-time record: Raiders 9, Colts 8Latest result: Colts 42, Raiders 28 (10/28/18)Breakdown: Oakland was one of the worst two-way teams in 2018 — scoring 18.1 points per game and allowing a league-high 29.2 — but there are some familiar faces now in the silver and black. Antonio Brown, as dramatic as he may be, has two games with over 100 receiving yards and seven touchdowns in his five games against Indy. This will be a big game for Derek Carr too, as he takes on the same team that ended his 2016 season and broke his leg.Week 5: Colts @ Chiefs (SNF)When: Oct. 6 Womens Anthony Walker 2019 Jersey , 8:20 p.m.All-time record: Colts 16, Chiefs 10Latest result: Chiefs 31, Colts 13 (1/12/19)Breakdown: Indy gets to face off against the team that knocked them out of the playoffs just a few months back, but there’ve been a lot of changes in Kansas City since then — especially on defense. Eric Berry, Dee Ford and Justin Houston have been replaced by Emmanuel Ogbah, Alex Okafor and Tyrann Mathieu. Oh, and Houston? He now wears No. 99 for the blue and white after eight years with the Chiefs. All in all, this should be one of the premiere AFC matchups for the next 5+ years. With two top-tier quarterbacks and brilliant offensive schemes, these are two of the best teams in the league.Week 6: BYE WEEKWeek 7: Texans @ ColtsWhen: Oct. 20, 1:00 p.m.All-time record: Colts 27, Texans 8Latest result: Colts 21, Texans 7 (1/05/19)Breakdown: The Colts will look to extend their win-steak against the Texans to three, after beating them in Week 14 before knocking them out of the wild card round in the playoffs. Houston has stars — like J.J. Watt, Deshaun Watson, DeAndre Hopkins and Jadeveon Clowney — but several holes outside of them on the back end of their defense and on the offensive line. New acquisition Justin Houston and incoming rookies on the defensive line should have a fun time penetrating the O-line to bring down the elusive Watson.Week 8: Broncos @ ColtsWhen: Oct. 27, 4:25 p.m.All-time record: Broncos 14, Colts 13Latest result: Broncos 25, Colts 13 (12/14/17)Breakdown: While it’s unsure who’ll be under center this upcoming season, whether its veteran Joe Flacco or a rookie like Drew Lock from Missouri, the Broncos are a prime candidate to see much improvement from their 6-10 showing in 2018. New head coach Vic Fangio will have unlimited weapons on defense to throw in the way of the Indy offense, including 2018 rookie Bradley Chubb — who was picked one slot before the Colts took All-Pro lineman Quenton Nelson.Week 9: Colts @ SteelersWhen: Nov. 3, 1:00 p.m.All-time record: Steelers 24, Colts 6Latest result: Steelers 20, Colts 17 (11/12/17)Breakdown: Man, the Steelers have really beaten up the Colts over the years. The Colts haven’t won in Heinz Field since 2008, and have dropped their last five decisions to the black and yellow. However, this is a different Pittsburgh team. Ben Roethlisberger is still the quarterback and Mike Tomlin is still the head coach, but they’ll be without running back Le’Veon Bell and wide receiver Antonio Brown for the first time since 2009. With a new supporting cast on offense, it’ll be interesting to see how the 37-year-old quarterback handles more pressure in his 16th season.Week 10: Dolphins @ ColtsWhen: Nov. 10, 4:05 p.m.All-time record: Dolphins 47, Colts 27Latest result: Colts 27, Dolphins 24 (11/25/18)Breakdown: A new era is underway in Miami with Brian Flores taking over the helm. The 2019 season should be a wash for the Dolphins, as they’ll most likely aim to get one of the top picks in the 2020 draft. Ryan Fitzpatrick is on his third AFC East team (if only he could make his way to New England) and the weapons are rare around him. Kenyan Drake will aim for a bounce-back season, but this team had the second-worst offense in 2018 and didn’t make enough moves to warrant much praise.Week 11: Jaguars @ ColtsWhen: Nov. 17, 1:00 p.m.All-time record: Colts 23, Jaguars 13Latest result: Jaguars 6, Colts 0 (12/02/18)Breakdown: Jacksonville enters 2019 with a new quarterback in Nick Foles White Andrew Luck Jersey , but the same stud defense on the opposite side of the field. The Jags were the fifth-best in yards allowed per game, and had the fourth-best scoring defense at 19.8 points per game. This will be another fun battle in the trenches, seeing the likes of Calais Campbell and Yannick Ngakoue take on Quenton Nelson and Ryan Kelly.Week 12: Colts @ Texans (TNF)When: Nov. 21, 8:20 p.m.Week 13: Titans @ ColtsWhen: Dec. 1, 1:00 p.m.Week 14: Colts @ BuccaneersWhen: Dec. 8, 1:00 p.m.All-time record: Colts 8, Buccaneers 5Latest result: Colts 25, Buccaneers 12 (11/29/15)Breakdown: It’s tough to get a good read on the Bucs heading into the new year. They had the second-worst scoring defense in 2018, and some of their best offensive performances came with Ryan Fitzpatrick under center. Jameis Winston seems to be on his last (crab)leg this year, and veteran head coach Bruce Arians will try and bring his quarterback-whisperer success to Tampa to salvage his young career. They have stars at various positions, but really lack the depth to be taken as a serious threat this upcoming year.Week 15: Colts @ Saints (MNF)When: Dec. 16, 8:15 p.m.All-time record: Saints 8, Colts 5Latest result: Saints 27, Colts 21 (10/25/15)Breakdown: It’s been nine years since Super Bowl XLIV and, while both teams have had their ups and downs, the Colts and Saints enter 2019 as two of the more impressive teams in football. Drew Brees is still kicking it at age 40, and Sean Payton has one of the best offensive gamelans in football. While Indy is already familiar with Brees and Payton, this will be its first look at running back Alvin Kamara and wideout Michael Thomas — two of the younger stars at their respective position. This should be a fun, high-scoring game in front of a nationally televised audience.Week 16: Panthers @ ColtsWhen: Dec. 22, 1:00 p.m.All-time record: Panthers 5, Colts 1Latest result: Panthers 29, Colts 26 OT (11/02/15)Breakdown: Like the Falcons, Carolina’s team battled a list of injuries and managed to go just 7-9 in 2018. They were in the middle of the road on defense — allowing 353.2 yards per game — but had a top-10 offense with 373.3 yards per game. This will be the Colts’ first look at star running back Christian McCaffrey, who accumulated 1,965 yards from scrimmage and an average of 6.02 yards per touch last season.Week 17: Colts @ JaguarsWhen: Dec. 29, 1:00 p.m. The Colts Prospect Interviews are still going strong after the Combine. Today’s player to interview is Utah State running back Darwin Thompson. We will be looking at the background of this change..." NFL GeneralColts AnalysisInterviewsColts Prospect Interviews: Utah State RB Darwin ThompsonNew,5commentsESTThe Colts Prospect Interviews are still going strong after the Combine. Today’s player to interview is Utah State running back Darwin Thompson. We will be looking at the background of this change of pace running back along with how he fits the Colts and some film clips of his skillset. The interview will be towards the bottom of the page as we talk about his time in JUCO, his insane workout habits, and what he brings to an NFL team.BackgroundSize:5’8” 200 poundsCareer Stats:153 carries for 1,044 yards with a yards per carry of 6.8 and 14 touchdowns. 23 catches for 351 yards and 2 touchdowns in one year at Utah State.Why He Fits:The Colts have three solid young running backs in Marlon Mack, Nyheim Hines, and Jordan Wilkins. They could use a guy to complete that rotation and provide depth. One way they could use that 4th spot is by adding a power runner and another is adding a dynamic, pass catching back behind Hines. Why not both though? Thompson has the speed and athleticism to be a game changer but also is big and scrappy enough to fight for extra yards in the short game. He would provide valuable depth while also adding an extra dynamic out of the backfield. He excels at catching passes which is key in Frank Reich’s offensive system.Film RoomNotice the game breaking ability from Thompson. He bursts through open lanes with ease and then can hit that second gear past defensive backs for big touchdowns.Evaluators always talk about “contact balance” but what is it? The ability to absorb hits and stay on your feet. Thompson has excellent contact balance and grinds out every yard.He is also a weapon in the receiving game. He can turn simple screen passes into big gains (Colts certainly need more help on screen passes).InterviewZH: How does a potential NFL prospect like yourself get no college offers out of high school?DT: I was an average student, I was an average player. No one was going to take a chance on a kid that’s not that great on the field with average grades. I really held myself back in high school and that’s the message that I’ll preach to this day to the kids still in high school. Take care of your grades and make sure you are great on and off the field, it goes hand in hand. You can’t be great on the field without doing what is right in the classroom.ZH: So you attended Northeastern Oklahoma A&M out of high school, what was your time like there?DT: Humbling. It was a humbling experience since the day I walked on campus. I had to grow up fast, I was on my own. There was no more pointing fingers Andrew Luck Jersey 2019 , I’ll get myself out of JUCO just like I put myself in that situation. I met some of my best friends for the rest of my life and they are my brothers. We all struggled together, living in that same dorm room, taking showers in the same room like we were brothers from the day we met. Definitely a humbling experience that gave me time to grow mentally and physically and I’ll be forever grateful for that.ZH: After one season at Utah State, you decided to turn Pro. What went into that decision?DT: With me playing JUCO ball and then going onto Utah State, I felt like I was well prepared. I played with one of the best JUCO coaches in the Nation and playing with Utah State that ended up being one of the best teams in the Nation. I felt like I was well prepared for the next level mentally and physically and God just put it on my heart. I talked with my parents and talked with my coaches— who ended up going to Texas Tech— and I felt like that was the best decision for me going forward.ZH: At Utah State, you guys ran a fast, high tempo offense. How was that system for you as the main bellcow? Do you think it has better prepared you for the speed of the NFL game?DT: Definitely. Being able to be in sync, play after play taking hand-offs and taking the ball, it just gave me a chance to show how explosive I really am as a ball carrier and just as a playmaker within itself. Running lanes, catching the ball just gave me an opportunity to show off my game.ZH: You were one of the biggest—if not the biggest— NFL Combine snubs this year. Were you disappointed when you found out you weren’t attending the event?DT: I mean, I was definitely a little disappointed but at the end of the day, I preach God’s plan. There is a reason I wasn’t there and I just get the opportunity to showcase myself at Pro Day. We’ve seen the outcome of the RBs that were there and there was a select few that showed out in a sense. I’m just glad that I get an opportunity to showcase my talent at my Pro Day and take it for what it is.ZH: I’ve heard you are an insane athlete with some crazy workouts. Have you always had that type of work ethic in the weight room or is that more of a recent thing?DT: I’ve always been more athletic than I was an actual football player. I was always an athlete and then I started perfecting my craft once I got to the JUCO level and became more of a running back while studying the game. Beforehand I was just an athlete out there playing football and now I’ve started perfecting my craft. I’ve always been strong, fast, able to jump.. I’ve just always been an athlete.ZH: Looking at your film and the contact balance is the first thing that pops. Is that just an innate ability that some guys have or is there a way that you have worked to get where you are with that?DT: I think I really worked on that and perfected that and I think that started in the weight room for me. Some people say I’m small but I believe that I’m just short. I’m not small. I’m 201. I squat and bench more than o-linemen do. I power clean more than o-linemen do. I can be the fastest man on the field as well. Really the contact balance starts in the weight room for me and I read something on Twitter once that changed my game forever. It was like my sophomore year of high school and it said “What makes a great back is his desire to go score.” That is how I walk into every game, I won’t let one man take me down.ZH: Love it man. Just while you brought it up, what is your squat, bench, and power clean that is better than o-linemen?DT: To be honest I don’t know my max, I surprise myself every time I go out to the weight room, but the last time that I did squat, I squatted 695 which I probably could have done four reps. I benched 405. I recently benched 225 pounds 29 times. The last time I power cleaned was 385.ZH: A big part of playing RB is vision. Vision is what separates good running backs from great running backs in the NFL. How does a running back get great vision? Is it from film study or just, again, a natural ability?DT: Definitely a film study. I feel like if you can see yourself before the game has started making certain moves and know the defenses tendencies, you’ll be able to seek out error in the defense. To me ultimately that is called vision, seeking error in the defenses. I feel like that is a film study thing. It can be created just like in today’s game. What LeVeon Bell is doing now, they used to call it dancing in the backfield back in the day. Now he’s getting paid millions of dollars to do something that they’ve been critiquing on and frowned upon and now he’s getting paid million of dollars to be dancing and making money.ZH: Pass catching and pass blocking are so vital for NFL backs nowadays. Are those two areas that you would say you are strong in?DT: My pass blocking can definitely be fine tuned just like anything else in my game but I definitely want to be taught the correct technique. That’s not something that running backs really just focus on because we block maybe three times, four times a game but just to be able to do that to the best of my ability like running or catching the ball. I wanna be 99 percent as a running back. I wanna be 99 overall and to do that, I wanna be a great pass blocker. I’m an athlete so me catching the ball is just natural. I can play receiver or running back, I’m an athlete. I don’t claim to be a running back. I can do it all.ZH: Who in the NFL do you compare yourself most to/ model your game after?DT: I really model my game after a couple running backs. I like Marshawn Lynch and the way he runs the ball with aggression. Jerick McKinnon who is a slasher and really that is who I could see myself mold my game after most. Ameer Abdullah, Ray Rice, I used to watch Adrian Peterson when I was younger and thought I would be 6’2” but it didn’t end up going that way (laughs). I like to try and focus on guys around my height. Ameer Abdullah, Jerick McKinnon, Marshawn Lynch are some of the main guys I study. I watch Barry Sanders a lot too.ZH: Final question for you man. What would it be like to (potentially) be able to play alongside a QB like Andrew Luck and run behind a dominant offensive line like the Colts have?DT: That would be crazy. I mean just look at Marlon Mack. He dominated just as soon as he got into the league and there was doubt against him. No one thought Marlon Mack would step up and be so dominant for the Colts but to be able to get behind that O-line and see what he’s doing, I can only imagine what I could be able to do behind that line for my own sake and my own confidence behind that line, I would be able to kill the game and should be one-on-one with safeties and linebackers and do what I do best. (Regarding) Andrew Luck, I could only imagine playing alongside one of the next great quarterbacks in the NFL. They are another running back away from making a run at the playoffs and the Super Bowl.

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