ESPN Fantasy Projection: Mack is back with the Colts after ranking top-10 in carries, rushing yards and rushing TDs last season. However, he can be considered a lock for a reduced role after the team drafted Jonathan Taylor in the second round. That's a problem for a player who, despite reaching 900 rushing yards and eight touchdowns each of the past two seasons, has still yet to post a top-20 fantasy campaign. There are two primary culprits: injuries (he has missed at least two games in each of his three NFL seasons) and a minimal workload as a receiver (31 total catches during the past two seasons). Mack may catch a few extra passes with Philip Rivers in town, but Taylor and Nyheim Hines will be major factors. Mack benefits from the Colts' elite offensive line but may struggle for flex value in his new situation.