Dwayne Allen, TE Indianapolis Colts

2015 Strength of Schedule - IND
W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17
1
@BUF
27
NYJ
25
@TEN
16
JAX
2
@HOU
23
NE
14
NO
17
@CAR
22
DEN
BYE8
@ATL
15
TB
24
@PIT
16
@JAX
2
HOU
5
@MIA
25
TEN

Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.

2014 Game Stats
WeekOppRecRecYdsRecTDTgtsYPCRuAttRuYdsRuTDFumYPRSnaps%
1DEN4641516.000000-38/7451%
2PHI0001-0000-58/7281%
3JAX4431610.750000-57/7477%
4TEN3381312.670000-53/8761%
5BAL4591514.750000-59/8272%
6HOU3490716.330000-72/8783%
7CIN3521617.330000-55/7970%
8PIT1211221.000000-40/6661%
9NYG4481512.000000-56/7575%
10BYE------------
11NE0000-0000-13/5723%
12JAX------------
13WAS------------
14CLE15035.000000-57/8170%
15HOU216148.000000-53/6878%
16DAL0003-0000-8/6213%
17TEN------------
Totals2939585013.6200000.00619/96464%

Most Recent News

Colts WR Donte Moncrief poised to break out, but playing time is uncertain

Friday, April 3, 2015, 11:15am

Colts.com - [Full Article]

There’s been a lot of wide receiver news this offseason, but all the while, Colts WR Donte Moncrief appears poised for an even bigger second season in the NFL.

“This guy can make plays. He’s big. He’s fast. He can stretch the defense, all those types of things,” said Pagano. “It’s a learning process, and he’s going to be better in year two than he was in year one. He’s going to have more opportunities.”

The question is to what extent will Moncrief’s production increase. There are a lot of options in the passing game for Andrew Luck, not even factoring in tight ends Dwayne Allen and Coby Fleener.

Overall, Moncrief played more than 50% of the snaps in just six games (week 8 at Pittsburgh when Reggie Wayne was out & the last five weeks of the season). In those six games, Moncrief accumulated 18 receptions, 301 yards, and all 3 of his TDs.

That’s more than 56% of his catches for the year, about 68% of his yards, and 100% of his touchdowns for the season...in just six games, the only games where Moncrief played a majority of the snaps. The picture is getting clearer as to why the 6’2”, 221 pound burner is expected to get more opportunities in 2015.

Fantasy Impact:

In those six games, Moncrief averaged 3.0 catches for 50 yards and 0.50 touchdowns, but that split includes both huge games (3-134-2 vs. Washington, 7-113-1 vs. Pittsburgh) and disappearing acts (a goose egg vs. Houston, 2-5 vs. Dallas, 3-16 vs. Tennessee), so his production was all over the place. Moncrief's ADP took a two-round hit (6th to 8th) once the Colts signed Andre Johnson, and the signing certainly takes some of the wind out of Moncrief's sails. But both Reggie Wayne (859 snaps) and Hakeem Nicks (576 snaps) are gone, so there may be room for both Johnson and Moncrief to play starter's snaps. The question is how often the Colts go to two-TE sets since Dwayne Allen should be healthy after missing six games last season. When either Allen or Wayne were out, Nicks played 59% of the snaps. When both were in the lineup, Nicks played just 45% of the snaps. Moncrief is still going to be a breakout candidate, but his playing time is up in the air.

Scouting Report

Dwayne Allen - Week 20 vs. New England
Dwayne Allen continued his endzone dominance last week. He finished with four receptions for 30 yards and a score. Allen doesn't usually put up big numbers, but he's a good bet to catch a touchdown. He's one of the better options at the position this week due to his high probability to score.

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