3. Indianapolis Colts
Most recently, rookie quarterback Anthony Richardson took every single starting rep in practice. This was the first time since camp started that Richardson took 100 percent of the starting snaps, which is a notable accomplishment for the first-year quarterback.
Although Richardson is still a rookie, it's worth noting the potential this offense has. But, a gigantic question mark remains on this offense: running back Jonathan Taylor and his future with the team. The Taylor trade request has been somewhat of a dark cloud over the team for a few days now, making it difficult to see exactly where this offense might land throughout the coming season.
Without Taylor on the field, the next man up was to be Zack Moss, but Moss recently broke his arm and underwent surgery, so the Colts are certainly thin at the position.
As for the defense, it's been all about three-time All Pro Shaquille Leonard as he makes his return from a second surgery to fix a back problem. He has reportedly looked fantastic and is being talked about constantly. If Leonard is right, then this defense has a better chance at getting back to a top-10 unit.