NFL Network predicts outcome of every Colts game in 2023

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The Indianapolis Colts are hoping to turn the page into a new era with a first-year head coach and rookie quarterback coming off a four-win campaign in 2022.

While the Colts have one of the softest strengths of schedules entering the new season, the combination of a first-year head coach and rookie quarterback makes it difficult to pinpoint just where the team will land in terms of predicting how the season will unfold.

We gave our game-by-game predictions in a way-too-early fashion back in May when the schedule was released. Now, NFL Network’s Adam Rank did the same at the beginning of the month.

Here’s a look at how Rank sees each game shaking out for the Colts in 2023

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Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports

AP Photo/Zach Bolinger

AP Photo/Zach Bolinger

Week 6 | at Jacksonville Jaguars | Win (2-4)

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Robert Scheer-USA TODAY Sports

AP Photo/David Richard

AP Photo/David Richard

Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports

Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports

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Brian Fluharty-USA TODAY Sports

week 11 | bye

AP Photo/Zach Bolinger

AP Photo/Zach Bolinger

week 13 | at Tennessee Titans | Losses (3-9)

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Wesley Hitt/Getty Images

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Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

Ethan Miller/Getty Images

Ethan Miller/Getty Images

week 18 | vs. Houston Texans | Losses (3-14)

Final records: 3-14

Woof. Not a very fun prediction. Rank did say before he started making his predictions that he loves the addition of rookie quarterback Anthony Richardson. He also mentioned that while the prediction record is abhorrent from a fan’s perspective, it would net the Colts one of the top picks in the 2024 NFL draft, which could go a long way for the future of the organization. Still, it’s never fun seeing a record prediction resulting in a three-win season.

Story originally appeared on Colts Wire

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