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TE Jack Doyle Indianapolis Colts Player Page

#84 Jack Doyle, TE
Indianapolis Colts
Height 6' 6"
Weight 262 lbs
Age 30
Birthdate May 5th 1990
College Western Kentucky
Year 2013
Season Statistics
-- Receiving ---- Rushing --
YEARGPRCPTYARDSTDATTYARDSTD
201355230000
201410181182000
2015812721000
201616595845000
201715806904000
20186262452000
201915434484000
2019 Fantasy Points by Week
Recent Games
-- Receiving ---- Rushing --
WeekRCPTYARDSTDATTYARDSTDPTS
11200000
22210000
34460000
44221000
53190000
73210000
84610000
93221000
103441000
123280000
136731000
142270000
152210000
162170000
17160000
Strength of Schedule
Strength of Schedule is calculated from the opponents projected fantasy points allowed for the TE position. The easiest rating is 1 which gives the player the advantage against the defense and indicates an easy opponent, the most difficult rating is 10 which gives the defense the advantage and indicates a tough opponent.
Fantasy Analysis
Season Projections
His comeback from an injury-wrecked 2018 unfortunately had more negatives than positives statistically mainly because Andrew Luck's surprise retirement forced Doyle to catch passes from an often struggling and banged-up Jacoby Brissett. However, Doyle, leading the Colts (tie) with 72 targets (13th-most at the position) still managed to finish as the fantasy TE18/non-PPR and as the fantasy TE15/PPR. His reception, receiving yardage and scoring stats were all top 17 at the position, too. Heading into 2020, Doyle is an overlooked rebound candidate with a promising fantasy situation. Eric Ebron (Steelers) is gone, and Doyle moves into an unquestioned starting role with only Trey Burton, coming off an overall dud two-year stint with the Bears, and unseasoned Mo Alie-Cox (15 career catches in two seasons) as competition for targets. Even though Philip Rivers' arm is fading, he's still a big upgrade over Brissett. Rivers has a strong history of getting the ball to Antonio Gates and Hunter Henry (Chargers), and Colts head coach Frank Reich's tight ends have combined for at least 23 percent of the target share in each of his six seasons as a head coach or offensive boss. The 30-year-old Doyle, heading into Year 8 of his career, is a blue collar "old school" every-down tight end who lacks big-play speed and athleticism. He usually does his damage in the short area with his great hands and crisp route-running, which is why Doyle relies heavily on target volume. If everything breaks his way, Doyle could sneak into the top 10.

Receiving: 51 Receptions, 555 Yards, 5 TD.

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