30. Indianapolis Colts (26)
Words can’t even describe how terrible the Indianapolis Colts looked in their opener against the Los Angeles Rams as this team looks like they’re going to be in serious trouble until Andrew Luck is healthy enough to return. For weeks, the Colts seemed confident that Luck would be healthy enough to return for opening weekend, but at this rate, there’s no telling when the quarterback will be able to lineup under center for the offense.
Any confidence that came with Scott Tolzien being capable of handling things until Luck’s return went out the window in Week 1 after the backup was eventually replaced by Jacoby Brissett in the second half. Between his inability to lead the Colts on scoring drives to throwing two interceptions to the Rams that ended up being returned for touchdowns, Tolzien made it look like doesn’t even deserve to be a backup quarterback at this point.
Pressure was already high for Indianapolis entering this season after missing out on the playoffs in each of the last two seasons, and the team better hope Luck’s shoulders magically recovers quick enough to get the quarterback healthy enough to run this offense. Otherwise, the Colts will be heading towards their third-straight season of missing out on the playoffs.