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Monday, September 26, 2016, 10:44am
How would the Colts adjust their offensive personnel with Donte Moncrief out of the lineup?
Well, Sunday, the Colts leaned heavily on their reliable tight ends.
Jack Doyle (6 catches for 65 yards) and Dwayne Allen (3 catches for 35 yards) received ample playing time with the Colts opting to utilize more two tight end looks, versus three receiver sets.
Doyle continues to produce in 2016. The Indy native has caught 13-of-15 (86.7 percent) targets on the year, the top percentage in the NFL for tight ends with at least 11 targets.
“He is a dependable, dependable guy,” Chuck Pagano said of Doyle.
Related players: Phillip Dorsett, T.Y. Hilton
This was something we actually projected leading up to Week 3. WR Phillip Dorsett was/is a guy to pick up at the WR position with Moncrief out, but so is Doyle at TE, who seems like he could benefit the most. Pagano went on to call Doyle a trustworthy guy who finds a way to get open.
Posted by Steve Andress
Friday, September 30, 2016 - 4:02pm
IWeek 4 vs. Jacksonville
n the preseason, we thought Dwayne Allen would get a larger share of the offense with Coby Fleener's departure to New Orleans. Through three weeks, it's still a split in targets at tight end...now with Jack Doyle. Allen and Doyle both have 15 targets, as Allen is being asked to stay in and block at times. Allen dropped a touchdown last week that would have given him a good fantasy day, but it's looking like he needs to score a touchdown each week to be a reliable fantasy starter. He's outside our top-12 TEs this week.
2016 Strength of Schedule - IND
Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.
2016 Game Stats
|Per game||3.00||37.67||0.33||5.00||12.56||0||0||0||0||0.00||56.67/71.33||79.34% |
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